1. Special Issue on Indigenous Languages: Introduction
  2. Sarah G. Thomason
  3. pp. e474-e478
  4. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2019.0087
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Indigenous Languages: 21st-Century Perspectives

  1. Ingush ˀa: The elusive Type 5 clitic?
  2. David A. Peterson
  3. Originally published: Volume 77, Number 1, March 2001
  4. pp. 144-155
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2001.0032
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  1. The semantics of gender in Mayali: Partially parallel systems and formal implementation
  2. Nicholas Evans, Dunstan Brown, Greville G. Corbett
  3. Originally published: Volume 78, Number 1, March 2002
  4. pp. 111-155
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2002.0014
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  1. Explaining final obstruent voicing in Lezgian: Phonetics and history
  2. Alan C. L. Yu
  3. Originally published: Volume 80, Number 1, March 2004
  4. pp. 73-97
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2004.0049
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  1. Iterative footing and prominence-driven stress in Nanti (Kampa)
  2. Megan J. Crowhurst, Lev D. Michael
  3. Originally published: Volume 81, Number 1, March 2005
  4. pp. 47-95
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2005.0013
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  1. Madurese prolepsis and its implications for a typology of raising
  2. William D. Davies
  3. Originally published: Volume 81, Number 3, September 2005
  4. pp. 645-665
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2005.0121
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  1. Problems for the pronominal argument hypothesis in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy
  2. Philip S. LeSourd
  3. Originally published: Volume 82, Number 3, September 2006
  4. pp. 486-514
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2006.0150
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  1. The verbs for ‘and’ in Walman, a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea
  2. Lea Brown, Matthew S. Dryer
  3. Originally published: Volume 84, Number 3, September 2008
  4. pp. 528-565
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.0.0044
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  1. Reconstruction of morphosyntactic function: Nonspatial usage of spatial case marking in Tsezic
  2. Michael Cysouw, Diana Forker
  3. Originally published: Volume 85, Number 3, September 2009
  4. pp. 588-617
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.0.0147
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  1. Malagasy backward object control
  2. Eric Potsdam
  3. Originally published: Volume 85, Number 4, December 2009
  4. pp. 754-784
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.0.0160
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  1. Perception of exuberant exponence in Batsbi: Functional or incidental?
  2. Alice C. Harris, Arthur G. Samuel
  3. Originally published: Volume 87, Number 3, September 2011
  4. pp. 447-469
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2011.0068
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  1. Modals without scales
  2. Amy Rose Deal
  3. Originally published: Volume 87, Number 3, September 2011
  4. pp. 559-585
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2011.0060
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  1. Subjects in Acehnese and the nature of the passive
  2. Julie Anne Legate
  3. Originally published: Volume 88, Number 3, September 2012
  4. pp. 495-525
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2012.0069
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  1. Tonosyntax and reference restriction in Dogon NPs
  2. Jeffrey Heath, Laura McPherson
  3. Originally published: Volume 89, Number 2, June 2013
  4. pp. 265-296
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2013.0020
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  1. The role of multiple sources in the formation of an innovative auxiliary category in Light Warlpiri, a new Australian mixed language
  2. Carmel O'Shannessy
  3. Originally published: Volume 89, Number 2, June 2013
  4. pp. 328-353
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2013.0025
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  1. Transitivity and polysynthesis in Fijian
  2. Raúl Aranovich
  3. Originally published: Volume 89, Number 3, September 2013
  4. pp. 465-500
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2013.0038
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  1. Statistical insensitivity in the acquisition of Tsez noun classes
  2. Annie Gagliardi, Jeffrey Lidz
  3. Originally published: Volume 90, Number 1, March 2014
  4. pp. 58-89
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2014.0013
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  1. Distributive numerals and distance distributivity in Tlingit (and beyond)
  2. Seth Cable
  3. Originally published: Volume 90, Number 3, September 2014
  4. pp. 562-606
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2014.0055
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  1. Negation and nominalization in Kusunda
  2. Mark Donohue, Bhojraj Gautam, Madhav Pokharel
  3. Originally published: Volume 90, Number 3, September 2014
  4. pp. 737-745
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2014.0054
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  1. Invariance in argument realization: The case of Iroquoian
  2. Jean-Pierre Koenig, Karin Michelson
  3. Originally published: Volume 91, Number 1, March 2015
  4. pp. 1-47
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2015.0008
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  1. Patterns of contrast in phonological change: Evidence from Algonquian vowel systems
  2. Will Oxford
  3. Originally published: Volume 91, Number 2, June 2015
  4. pp. 308-357
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2015.0028
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  1. Modally hybrid grammar?: Celestial pointing for time-of-day reference in Nheengatú
  2. Simeon Floyd
  3. Originally published: Volume 92, Number 1, March 2016
  4. pp. 31-64
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2016.0013
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  1. Repair organization in Chinantec whistled speech
  2. Mark A. Sicoli
  3. Originally published: Volume 92, Number 2, June 2016
  4. pp. 411-432
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2016.0028
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  1. Seri verb classes: Morphosyntactic motivation and morphological autonomy
  2. Matthew Baerman
  3. Originally published: Volume 92, Number 4, December 2016
  4. pp. 792-823
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2016.0073
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  1. Dementia and grammar in a polysynthetic language: An Arapaho case study
  2. Andrew Cowell, Gail Ramsberger, Lise Menn
  3. Originally published: Volume 93, Number 1, March 2017
  4. pp. 97-120
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2017.0002
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  1. Extraction and licensing in Toba Batak
  2. Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine
  3. Originally published: Volume 94, Number 3, September 2018
  4. pp. 662-697
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2018.0039
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  1. From possessor agreement to object marking in the evolution of the Udmurt -jez suffix: A grammaticalization approach to morpheme syncretism
  2. Katalin É. Kiss, Orsolya Tánczos
  3. Originally published: Volume 94, Number 4, December 2018
  4. pp. 733-757
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2018.0052
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  1. A unified account of conditioned phonological alternations: Evidence from Guébie
  2. Hannah Sande
  3. Originally published: Volume 95, Number 3, September 2019
  4. pp. 456-497
  5. DOI: 10.1353/lan.2019.0053
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