Arizona Minimalist Syntax Archives

www.minimalism.arizona.edu

Brought to you by the Department of Linguistics
at the University of Arizona

Take me to the papers now! (link to papers index)


Acknowledgment: Much of the information below is adapted from the Rutger's Optimality Archive with permission.

Introduction

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Goals

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Topics & Manuscript Types

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Publication status

Archiving is not a form of publication.

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What happens to the papers if they get published elsewhere?

    1. We remove the article entirely, leaving the abstract, and a citation giving the journal/book information.
    2. We remove the article, leaving the abstract, and provide a link to the online version of the journal that the article appears in. Access to online versions of journals usually require access through a University Subscriber's gateway or through password access. If you click on an AMSA entry and get a password screen, the paper has appeared in a refereed journal, and you must get the password from your institution or access the journal from a computer located on the University campus or be an individual subscriber.
    3. We leave a pre-publication or publication version of the article on the site, with the permission of the copyright holder (usually the publisher), and a link to the published version.
    4. We leave put the published version on the site (this serves the same purpose as an off-print or complementary copy). Authors should check with their publisher to make sure this is acceptable to them.

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Formats

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Submitting Papers

The Archive is currently being compiled manually, and is updated roughly once a week. Please be patient if your paper does not immediately appear on the index.

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How do I submit a revised version of my paper?

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Searching AMSA

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Citation

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Structure of Links in the File Index.

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Refusal.

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Links to other online paper archives.

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