2004
Volume 51, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 1876-9071
  • E-ISSN: 2214-5729

Abstract

Dutch is one of the most well-studied living languages; research on it has had a major, and continuing, impact on the development of formal linguistic theory, and it plays an important role in various other types of linguistic research. It is therefore unfortunate that there is no recent comprehensive scientifically based description of the grammar of Dutch that is accessible to a wider international audience. The series (), which has become available as of the period 2012-6 in book form (Amsterdam University Press) as well as open access publications (oapen.org), aims at filling this gap for syntax. The is primarily intended as a tool for scientific research, but may also be useful in other contexts. This article provides some general information about this series concerning its target group, goals, object of description and overall organization in order to enable the reader to determine when the SoD can be fruitfully used in, e.g., classroom situations. Work on the will continue after completion of the book series within the wider context of the project and this article therefore also discusses some future prospects.

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