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Because exponence is situated in the juncture between morphosyntax and phonology, understanding the mechanisms at work is - at least in principle - an important step towards understanding the workings of human language in general. This volume, which assembles chapters on various aspects of exponence, is thus a welcome contribution. (Noam Faust, Journal of Phonology)

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Jochen Trommer is lecturer in Linguistics at the University of Leipzig and specializes in theoretical phonology and morphology, with a particular focus on the structure of lesser studied languages (e.g. Kiranti, Algonquian, and Western Nilotic). Currently his main interests are the learning of morphological segmentation and meaning, the role of moras in phonology and morphology, and the residue of nonconcatenative morphology (polarity and subtraction). His published work includes articles in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory and Linguistics.

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