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Rusty Barrett

From drag queens to leathermen: Language, gender, and gay male subcultures. Oxford Studies in Language and Gender, New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 2017.

Indigenous hip hop as anti-colonial discourse in Guatemala. In Music as multimodal discourse: Semiotics, power, and protest. Ed by Lyndon C. S. Way and Simon McKerrell. London: Bloomsbury. 2017.

Mayan language revitalization, hip hop, and ethnic identity in Guatemala. Language & communication. 47: 144-153. 2016.

The emergence of the unmarked:  Queer theory, language ideology, and formal linguistics, In Jenny Davis, Joshua Raclaw and Lal Zimman (eds), Queer excursions: Retheorizing binaries in language, gender, and sexuality. New York: Oxford University Press. 2014: 195-224.

Ideophones and (non-)arbitrariness in the K’iche’ poetry of Humberto Ak’abal. Pragmatics and society. 5(3): 406-418. 2014.


Jung-Tae Kim and Rusty Barrett,영어강의를위한실용교실영어: Classroom English in Use. Seoul: Kyung Moon Publishers. 2011.

Linguistic differentiation in Mayan language revitalization in Guatemala. Journal of Sociolinguistics. 12(3): 275-305. 2008.


Anna Bosch


  • (Translator) Spatial Prepositions: A Case Study from French. 1991. A translation of L’Espace en Français, by Claude Vandeloise (1986).  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.  265pp.
  • A Handbook of Creek (Muscogee) Grammar. 1984. Muskogee, Oklahoma: Indian University Press. 35pp.

Selected articles:

  • “Transcription: The phonetics-phonology interface,” 2011. In Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics, edited by Andrew Carnie.  Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 307-320.
  • “Syllable-internal structure,” 2011.  In The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, edited by Marc van Oostendorp, Colin Ewen, Beth Hume, and Keren Rice.  Blackwell (5 vols.), pp. 781-798. [link to online chapter]
  • “Phonology in modern Gaelic,” 2010. In The Edinburgh Companion to the Gaelic Language, edited by Moray Watson and Michelle Macleod. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 114-135.
  • “Revisiting preaspiration: Evidence from the Survey of the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland,” 2010.  Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, vols 26 & 27, pp. 269-290.
  • “Fine-grained morphophonological variation in Scottish Gaelic,” co-authored with James Scobbie, 2009.  In Variationist Approaches to Indigenous Minority Languages, edited by James Stanford and Dennis Preston. John Benjamins, pp. 347-368.
  • “Scottish Gaelic dialectology: A preliminary assessment of the Survey of the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland.” 2006. Lingua 116, 2012-2022.
  • “Borgstrøm’s Dialect of Barra in the Outer Hebrides: The uses and misuses of description in theory,” 2003. Scottish Gaelic Studies XXI, 221-240.
  • “The syllable in Scottish Gaelic dialect studies,” 1998a. Scottish Gaelic Studies XVIII, 1-22.
  • (with Kenneth de Jong),“Syllables and supersyllables: Evidence for low level phonological domains,”  1998b. Texas Linguistic Forum 41: Exploring the Boundaries Between Phonetics and Phonology, 1-14.
  • “Transcription and representation in Scottish Gaelic dialect studies,” 1997a. Orbis 39, 79-89.
  •  “Prominence at two levels: Stress versus pitch prominence in North Welsh,” 1997b. The Journal of Celtic Linguistics 5, 121-165.
  • “The prosody of Barra Gaelic epenthetic vowels,” (with Kenneth de Jong) 1997c. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 27, 1-15.
  • “A brief historiography of Scottish Gaelic dialect studies.”  1990a. Celtic Language, Celtic Culture: A Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp, 199-206, edited by A. Matonis and D. Melia.  Van Nuys, CA: Ford and Bailie.
  • (with Diane Brentari) “The mora: Autosegment or syllable constituent?”  1990b. Papers from the 26th Annual Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, II: Parasession on the Syllable, 1- 16, edited by M. Noske, M. Ziolkowski and K. Deaton.

Andrew M. Byrd



Thomas Clayton


  • 2006. Language choice in a nation under transition: English language spread in Cambodia. New York: Springer ("Language Policy" series, No. 5).
  • 2006. Rethinking hegemony. Edited. Melbourne: James Nicholas Publishers ("International Studies in Education and Social Change" series).
  • 2000. Education and the politics of language: Hegemony and pragmatism in Cambodia, 1979-1989. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong, Comparative Education Research Centre ("Studies in Comparative Education" No. 8).

Jennifer Cramer


Cramer, Jennifer. 2016. Contested Southernness: The linguistic production and perception of identities in the borderlands. Publication of the American Dialect Society 100. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. [See for full text]

Cramer, Jennifer and Chris Montgomery (eds.). 2016. Cityscapes and Perceptual Dialectology: Global perspectives on non-linguists’ knowledge of the dialect landscape. Language and Social Life 5. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.


Cramer, Jennifer. 2015. An Optimality-Theoretic Approach to Dialect Code-switching. English World-Wide 36 (2): 170-197.

Anderson, Bridget L., Jennifer Cramer, Bethany K. Dumas, Beverly Olson Flanigan, and Michael Montgomery. 2014. Needed Research on the Englishes of Appalachia. Southern Journal of Linguistics 38 (1): 1-30.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2014. Is Shakespeare Still in the Holler? The Death of a Language Myth. Southern Journal of Linguistics 38 (1): 195-207.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2013. Styles, Stereotypes, and the South: Constructing Identities at the Linguistic Border. American Speech 88 (2): 144–167.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2010. “Do we really want to be like them?”: Indexing Europeanness through pronominal use. Discourse & Society 21 (6): 619–637.

Lichtman, Karen, Shawn Chang, Jennifer Cramer, Claudia Crespo del Rio, Amanda Huensch, Alexandra Morales, and Jill Hallett. 2010. IPA Illustration of Q’anjob’al. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences. <>.

Book Chapters:

Cramer, Jennifer and Jill Hallett. 2010. From Chi-Town to the Dirty Dirty: Regional identity markers in U.S. Hip Hop. In M. Terkourafi (ed.), The Languages of Global Hip Hop. London and New York: Continuum. 256–276.

Stayc DuBravac

  • DuBravac, Stayc. Technology in the L2 Curriculum. Prentice-Hall. 2012
  • DuBravac, Stayc & Margaret Gonglewski. "Multiliteracy: Second Language Literacy in the Multimedia Environment," in Lara Ducate Nike Arnold (Eds.). Calling on CALL: From Theory and Research to New Directions in Foreign Language Teaching. CALICO. 2006.
  • Dicho y Hecho: Methodology for visual literacy for instructors. Instructors' Resource Manual. Format: Print. [Companion volume to video, see below]. [ISBN 0-471-46720-2]. New York: Wiley Sons, Inc. 2004. To accompany student textbook, Dicho y Hecho, 7th ed., by Laila M. Dawson, Albert C. Dawson, Gorky Cruz. New York: Wiley Sons, Inc. 2004.
  • Dicho y Hecho. Edited volume of 27 cultural profiles and practices. Format : Video. 66 min. [ISBN 0-471-48416-4]. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. 2004.
  • DuBravac, Stayc. Interaction. Critical Analysis and Pedagogical Presentation of Ten Literary Texts. Format: CD-ROM. [ISBN 0-8384-0343-3]. Boston: Heinle Heinle. 1999.
  • Moehle-Vieregge, Linda, Mary Ann Lyman-Hager, Stayc DuBravac, Travis Bradley (equal authorship). Surf's Up: A website workbook for Basic French. Format: Print. [ISBN 0-8843-2934-8] Guilford, CT: Jeffrey Norton. 1997.
  • DuBravac, Stayc, Matthieu Dalle. "Reader question formation as a tool for measuring comprehension: Narrative and expository textual inferences in a second language." Journal of Research in Reading [England] 25(2) 2002: 217-231.
  • DuBravac, Stayc. "L2 Task design for electronic media" in Meena Singhal (Ed.). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Second and Foreign Language Teaching and Research. The Reading Matrix, Inc.: United States. September 25-26, 2004. pp. 173-180.

Recent Courses

  • Psycholinguistics
  • Theory of Language
  • Principles of Linguistic Analysis
  • Methods of Teaching Language 9-12

Atsushi Hasegawa

Hasegawa, A. (2018, in press). Understanding task-in-process through the lens of laughter: Activity designs, instructional materials, learner orientations, and interpersonal relationships. Modern Language Journal, 102(1).

Hasegawa, A. (2017, in press). Collaborative orientation to the ‘search for what to say’ in pair work interactions. In Greer, T., Ishida, M., & Tateyama, Y. (Eds.), Interactional Competence in Japanese as an Additional Language (pp. 175-210). Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai‘i, National Foreign Language Resource Center.

Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., Kumagai, Y, & Kamiyoshi, U. (forthcoming). Content-based instruction for the social future: A recommendation for critical content-based instruction (CCBI). To appear in L2 Journal.

Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., Kumagai, Y., & Kamiyoshi, U. (2015). Naiyōjūshi no hihanteki nihongo kyōiku: Riron to sono jissen (Critical content-based Japanese instruction: Theory and practice). In S. Sato, T. Takami, U. Kamiyoshi, & Y. Kumagai (Eds.), Naiyōjūshi no nihongo kyōiku: Naiyō jūshi no hihanteki nihongo kyōiku o mezashite (Content-based language instruction: Towards critical Japanese language education). Tokyo: Coco Publisher.

Takami, T., Kumagai, Y., Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., & Morioka, A. (2015). Amerika ni okeru naiyō jūshi no nihongo kyōiku (Content-based instruction in the U.S. context). In S. Sato, T. Takami, U. Kamiyoshi, & Y. Kumagai (Eds.), Naiyōjūshi no nihongo kyōiku: Naiyō jūshi no hihanteki nihongo kyōiku o mezashite (Content-based language instruction: Towards critical Japanese language education). Tokyo: Coco Publisher.

Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., Kumagai, Y., & Kamiyoshi, U. (2013). Naiyō jūshi no gengo kyōiku no riron to jissen: “Hihanteki” nihongo kyōiku ni mukete (Theories and practices of content-based instruction: Toward “critical” Japanese language education). In K. Kondo-Brown, Y. Saito-Abbott, S. Satsutani, M. Tsutsui, & A. Wehmeyer (Eds.), New perspectives on Japanese language learning, linguistics, and culture. Manoa, HI: National Language Resource Center.

Hasegawa, A. (2010). Learner construction of task-in-process: A conversation analytic study of semiscripted pair work interaction (Doctoral dissertation). UMI Number: 3424233.

Hasegawa, A., Shima, C., & Mori, J. (Eds.) (2009). Toward advanced Japanese language proficiency. Proceedings of the 20th annual conference of the Central Association of Teachers of Japanese (CATJ). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Mori, J., & Hasegawa, A. (2009). Doing being a foreign language learner in a classroom: Embodiment of cognitive states as social events. IRAL: International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 47(1), 65-94.

Hanabusa, N., Hasegawa, A., Yasuda, M., & Matsumoto, K. (2008). Toward “contents” in the beginning language class. In Y. Hatasa (Ed.), Japanese as a foreign language education: Multiple perspectives, Tokyo: Kurosio Publisher.

Fabiola Henri

Books (author/co-author)

Fabiola Henri, Verbal constructions in Mauritian: morphological, syntactic and discourse-based aspects, Benjamins Creole Library. Amsterdam, 400 pp.

Viviane Déprez and Fabiola Henri (eds.), Negation and Negative Concord: The view from Creoles, Benjamins, Creole Language Library. Amsterdam.

Journal Articles

Olivier Bonami, Gilles Boyé and Fabiola Henri, Assessing empirically the inflectional complexity of Mauritian, Morphology. Springer.

Alain Kihm and Fabiola Henri, Inflectional Periphrasis in Creole Languages: The case of Mauritian and Kriyol, Word Structure. Special Issue. Edinburgh University Press.

Book Chapters

Fabiola Henri., “Attenuative verbal reduplication in Mauritian: a morpho-semantic approach", In The Morphosyntax of Reiteration in Creole and Non-Creole Lan- guages, Aboh, E., Smith, N. and Zribi-Hertz, A. (eds.) Benjamins, Creole Language Library. Amsterdam..

Fabiola Henri and Frédéric Laurens, “The complementation of raising and con- trol verbs in Mauritian", in Empirical issues in syntax and semantics 8, Bonami, O. and Cabredo-Hofherr, P. (eds.). 195-220.

Sibylle Kriegel, Ralph Ludwig and Fabiola Henri, “Les rapports entre créole et bhojpouri à Maurice: contact de langues et actes identitaires", In Multiple Identities in Action: Mauritius and some Antillean Parallelisms, Hookoomsing, V., Ludwig, R. and Schnepel, B. (éds.). PeterLang, Sprache-Identität-Kultur, Frankfurt. 203-252.

Ralph Ludwig, Fabiola Henri and Florence Bruneau-Ludwig, “Hybridation linguistique et fonctions sociales - aspects des contacts entre créole, français et anglais à Maurice", In Multiple Identities in Action: Mauritius and some Antillean Par- allelisms, Hookoomsing, V., Ludwig, R. and Schnepel, B. (éds.). Peter Lang, Sprache-Identität-Kultur, Frankfurt. 165-202.

Sibylle Kriegel, Ralph Ludwig and Fabiola Henri, “Encoding Path in Mauritian Creole and Bhojpuri: problems of language contact", In Roots of Creole Structures. Weighing the Contribution of Substrates and Superstrates, Michaelis, S. (ed.). Benjamins, Creole Language Library 33, Amsterdam. 169-196.

Published Conference Proceedings

Fabiola Henri and Anne Abeillé, “Verb forms alternation in Mauritian", On-line Proceedings of the HPSG-2008 Conference, CSLI Publications. 378-398.

Fabiola Henri and Anne Abeillé, “The syntax of copular constructions in Mauritian", On-line Proceedings of the HPSG-2007 Conference, CSLI Publications. 130- 149.

Fabiola Henri and Muhsina Alleesaib, Relative drop in Mauritian: the case of subject relativisation, On-line Proceedings of the LingO 2007, Oxford.

Fabiola Henri, Natural Language Processing: Developing and Implementing a Formal Mauritian Grammar, Proceedings of the LASU Conference 2004.


Towards a TreeBank for Mauritian, Strand 6 “Language Resources 4.6", Labex project Empirical Foundations of Linguistics, PRES Sorbonne Paris-Cité.

Hubert-Curien PESSOA project, La structure flexionnelle du portugais et des créoles à base portugaise - une perspective empririque, formelle et quantitative, Bilatéral project LLF/CELGA. Coordinators - Olivier Bonami & Ana R. Luìs.

GDRI- International Research Group on Creole Languages, Participants - LLF, (UMR 7110) & SFL (UMR 7023, Université Paris-8) & University of Amsterdam, University of Coimbra, University of Lisbon, ZAS, University of Orléans, University Aix-Marseille, University of Westminster. Coordinators - Olivier Bonami, Anne Zribi-Hertz & Alain Kihm.

Emergence and morphosyntax of creole languages, Strand 4 “Language Repre- sentation and Processing in a lifespan perspective”, Labex project Empirical Founda- tions of Linguistics, PRES Sorbonne Paris-Cité, Coordinators - Alain Kihm, Thierry Nazzi & Barbara Hemforth.

TUL project - Ellipse, Projet de la Fédération 2559 du CNRS - Typologies et Universaux Linguistique, Coordinators - Anne Abeillé & François Mouret.

TUL project - Corpus oraux et typologie de l’articulation syntaxe/prosodie, Projet de la Fédération 2559 du CNRS - Typologies et Universaux Linguistique, Coordinator - Martine Vanhove.


Andrew Hippisley


Digital publications


Mark Richard Lauersdorf

Editorial Positions

Selected Print Publications


Edited Volumes:

  • Slovo a tvar v štrukúre a v komunikácii, special issue of Philologica (Zborník Filozofickej fakulty Univerzity Komenského) Vol. LXXII. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 2013. 458 pp. (Co-edited with Gabriela Múcsková, Katarína Muziková, Zuzana Hargašová.)
  • Slavia Centralis Vol. 3, No. 1 and Vol. 3, No.2 (special volume: Papers from the 6th Congress of the International Society for Dialectology Geolinguistics (SIDG), Maribor, Slovenia, 14-18 September 2009). Maribor, Slovenia: Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, 2010. (Co-edited with Mihaela Koletnik, Astrid Nahl, Marc L. Greenberg.)
    [ Full online access: Vol. 3, No. 1 and Vol. 3, No.2 ]
  • Slavic Sociolinguistics in North America, special double issue of the Journal of Slavic Linguistics, Vol. 17. Bloomington, Indiana: Slavica Publishers, 2009. (Co-edited with Curt F. Woolhiser.)
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Articles and Chapters:

  • "Eugen Pauliny and Historical Sociolinguistics", in: Slovo a tvar v štrukúre a v komunikácii, special issue of: Philologica (Zborník Filozofickej fakulty Univerzity Komenského) LXXII. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 2013: 243-249.
  • "Slovencina na zaciatku mladšieho predspisovného obdobia (15. – 16. storocie): Ked ani viac dát nestací" (= "Slovak at the Beginning of the Early Pre-Codification Period (15th-16th Centuries): When Even More Data Isn't Enough"), in: Varia XX. Bratislava: Slovenská jazykovedná spolocnost pri SAV, 2012: 391-394.
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  • "Slavic Sociolinguistics in North America: Lineage and Leading Edge", in: Slavic Sociolinguistics in North America, special double issue of the Journal of Slavic Linguistics, vol. 17.1-2 (2009): 3-52.
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  • "Protestant Language Use in 17th Century Slovakia in a Diglossia Framework", in: Peter Ženuch, ed. Život slova v dejinách a jazykových vztahoch. Bratislava: Slavistický kabinet SAV, 2003: 49-60.
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  • "Slovak Standard Language Development in the 15th-18th Centuries: A Diglossia Approach", in: Laura A. Janda, Ronald Feldstein, and Steven Franks, eds. Indiana Slavic Studies (Bloomington, Indiana), Vol. 13 (2002): 245-264.
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  • "Kultúrna slovencina administratívno-právnych textov zo 16. storocia. 'Co s fonológiou a morfológiou?' " (= "Cultural Slovak in 16th Century Slovak Administrative-Legal Texts. 'What About Phonology and Morphology?' "), in: Mira Nábelková, ed. Varia VII. Bratislava: Slovenská jazykovedná spolocnost pri SAV, 1998: 308-312.
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Selected Digital Publications

Digital Projects:

Conference Proceedings:

Gregory Stump


  • 2016. Inflectional Paradigms: Content and Form at the Syntax-Morphology Interface. Cambridge University Press.  [book website]
  • 2013 (with Raphael A. Finkel). Morphological Typology: From Word to Paradigm. Cambridge University Press.  [book website]
  • 2001. Inflectional morphology: A theory of paradigm structure. Cambridge University Press.
  • 1985. The Semantic Variability of Absolute Constructions, Dordrecht: Reidel.

Articles and book chapters

  • 2017a (with Andrew Hippisley, University of Kentucky). Introduction. In Andrew Hippisley & Gregory Stump (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of morphology, 1–24. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • 2017b (with Olivier Bonami, University of Paris 7). Paradigm Function Morphology. In Andrew Hippisley & Gregory Stump (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of morphology, 449–481. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • 2017c. Polyfunctionality and the variety of inflectional exponence relations. In Ferenc Kiefer, James P. Blevins & Huba Bartos (eds.), Perspectives on morphological organization: Data and analyses, 11–30. Leiden: Brill.
  • 2017d. Rule conflation in an inferential-realizational theory of morphotactics. Acta Linguistica Academica.64.1, 79–124.  []
  • 2017e. Rules and blocks. In Claire Bowern, Laurence Horn & Raffaella Zanuttini (eds.), On looking into words (and beyond), 421–440. Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • 2017f. The nature and dimensions of complexity in morphology. Annual Review of Linguistics 3, 65–83. [].
  • 2016a. Morphomic categories and the realization of morphosyntactic properties. In Ana Luís & Ricardo Bermudez-Otero (eds.), The morphome debate, 175–206. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2016b. Paradigms at the interface of a lexeme’s syntax and semantics with its inflectional morphology. In Daniel Siddiqi & Heidi Harley (eds.), Morphological Metatheory, 27–58. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: Benjamins.
  • 2015a (with Raphael Finkel). Contrasting modes of representation for inflectional systems:  Some implications for computing morphological complexity.  In Matthew Baerman, Dunstan Brown & Greville G. Corbett (eds.), Understanding and measuring morphological complexity, 119–140. Oxford University Press.
  • 2015b. Inflection classes. In Matthew Baerman (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Inflection, 113–139. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2015c (with Raphael Finkel). The complexity of inflectional systems. Linguistics Vanguard 1.1, 101-18.
  • 2015d. The interface of semantic interpretation and inflectional realization.  In Laurie Bauer, Lívia Körtvélyessy & Pavol Štekauer (eds.), Semantics of complex words, 27–45. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • 2014a. Derivation and function words. In Rochelle Lieber & Pavol Štekauer (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Derivation, 317–37. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2014b. Morphosyntactic property sets at the interface of inflectional morphology, syntax and semantics. Lingvisticæ Investigationes 37:2 [special issue: Morphology and its interfaces – Syntax, semantics and the lexicon, ed. by Dany Amiot, Delphine Tribout, Natalia Grabar, Cédric Patin and Fayssal Tayalati], 290–305.
  • 2014c. Polyfunctionality and inflectional economy. Linguistic Issues in Language Technology 11.3, 73–93.
  • 2013a (with Andrew Spencer). Hungarian pronominal case and the dichotomy of content and form in inflectional morphology. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 31, 1207–1248.
  • 2013b. Periphrasis in the Sanskrit verb system. In Marina Chumakina & Greville G. Corbett (eds.), Periphrasis: The role of syntax and morphology in paradigms (Proceedings of the British Academy 180), 105-38. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2012. The formal and functional architecture of inflectional morphology. In Angela Ralli, Geert Booij, Sergio Scalise & Athanasios Karasimos (eds.), Morphology and the Architecture of Grammar: On-line Proceedings of the Eighth Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM8), Cagliari, Italy, 14-17 September 2011, 254-70. URL:
  • 2011a (with Farrell Ackerman & Gert Webelhuth). Lexicalism, periphrasis and implicative morphology, Non-transformational Theories of Grammar, ed. by B. Borsley and K. Börjars, 325-58.  Oxford:  Blackwell.
  • 2011b (with Andrew Hippisley).  Valence sensitivity in Pamirian past-tense inflection: A realizational analysis, Topics in Iranian Linguistics, ed. by Agnes Korn, Pollet Samvelian and Geoffrey Haig, 103-115.  Wiesbaden: Reichert.
  • 2010a. Interactions between defectiveness and syncretism, Defective paradigms: Missing forms and what they tell us(Proceedings of the British Academy 163), ed. by Matthew Baerman, Greville Corbett and Dunstan Brown, 181–210.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2010b. The derivation of compound ordinal numerals: Implications for morphological theory, Word Structure 3.2, 205-33.
  • 2009a. Cells and paradigms in inflectional semantics, Theory and Evidence in Semantics, ed. by J. Nerbonne and E. Hinrichs, pp. 215-33. Stanford: CSLI Publications.
  • 2009b (with Raphael Finkel). Principal parts and degrees of paradigmatic transparency, Analogy in Grammar: Form and Acquisition, ed. by James P. Blevins and Juliette Blevins, pp.13-53.Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2009c (with Raphael Finkel). What your teacher told you is true: Latin verbs have four principal parts, Festschrift for Ross Scaife, special edition of the online journal Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.1 (Winter 2009). [] 
  • 2007a. A noncanonical pattern of deponency and its theoretical implications, in Matthew Baerman, Greville G. Corbett, Dunstan Brown, Andrew Hippisley (eds.), Deponency and Morphological Mismatches: Proceedings of the British Academy 145, 71-95. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2007b (with Raphael Finkel). A default inheritance hierarchy for computing Hebrew verb morphology, Literary and Linguistic Computing.22.2, 117-136.
  • 2007c (with Tom Stewart). Paradigm Function Morphology and the morphology/syntax interface, in Gillian Ramchand Charles Reiss (eds.), The Oxford handbook of linguistic interfaces, pp. 383-421. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2007d (with Raphael Finkel). Principal parts and morphological typology, Morphology 17, 39-75.
  • 2006. Heteroclisis and paradigm linkage, Language 82, 279-322.
  • 2005a. Delineating the boundary between inflection-class marking and derivational marking:  The case of Sanskrit -aya, in Wolfgang U. Dressler, Dieter Kastovsky, Oskar E. Pfeiffer Franz Rainer (eds.), pp.293-309. Morphology and its Demarcations. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 2005b. Referrals and morphomes in Sora verb inflection, in G. Booij and J. van Marle, eds., Yearbook of Morphology 2005 (Springer), 227-251.
  • 2004 (with Farrell Ackerman). Paradigms and periphrastic expression: A study in realization-based lexicalism, in Louisa Sadler Andrew Spencer (eds.), Projecting Morphology, pp.111-157. CSLI Publications.
  • 2002a (with Raphael Finkel). Generating Hebrew verb morphology by default inheritance hierarchies, in M. Rosner and S. Wintner, eds., Computational Approaches to Semitic Languages: Proceedings of the Workshop, pp.9-18.  Philadelphia: Association for Computational Linguistics.
  • 2002b. Morphological and syntactic paradigms: Arguments for a theory of paradigm linkage, in Geert Booij Jaap van Marle (eds.), Yearbook of Morphology 2001, pp.147-180. Dordrecht: Kluwer.
  • 2001. Default inheritance hierarchies and the evolution of inflectional classes, in Laurel Brinton (ed.), Proceedings of the XIVth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, pp.293-307. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 1997. Template Morphology and Inflectional Morphology, in G. Booij and J. van Marle, eds., Yearbook of Morphology 1996 (Kluwer), 217–241.
  • 1995. The Uniformity of Head Marking in Inflectional Morphology, in G. Booij and J. van Marle, eds., Yearbook of Morphology 1994 (Kluwer), 245–296.
  • 1993a. How Peculiar is Evaluative Morphology?, Journal of Linguistics 29, 1–36.
  • 1993b. On Rules of Referral, Language 69, 449–479.  [Reprinted in Morphology: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, ed. by Francis Katamba (London: Routledge, 2003).]
  • 1993c. Position Classes and Morphological Theory, in G. Booij and J. van Marle, eds., Yearbook of Morphology 1992 (Kluwer), 129–180.
  • 1993d. Reconstituting Morphology: The Case of Bantu Preprefixation, Linguistic Analysis 23, 169–204.
  • 1992. On the Theoretical Status of Position Class Restrictions on Inflectional Affixes, in G. Booij and J. van Marle, eds., Yearbook of Morphology 1991 (Kluwer), 211–241.
  • 1991. A Paradigm-based Theory of Morphosemantic Mismatches, Language 67, 675–725.
  • 1990a. Breton Inflection and the Split Morphology Hypothesis, in R. Hendrick, ed., Syntax and Semantics, Volume 23: The Syntax of the Modern Celtic Languages (Academic Press), 97–119.
  • 1990b. La morphologie bretonne et la frontière entre la flexion et la dérivation, La Bretagne linguistique 6, 185–237.
  • 1989. A Note on Breton Pluralization and the Elsewhere Condition, Natural Language and Linguis­tic Theory 7, 261–273.



Haralambos Symeonidis (Χαραλαμπος Συμεωνιδης)

Invited Presentation on the ALGR-Project at the International Linguistic Association (ILA) in New York  

  • “Judeo-Spanish Lexicon”. Romania Judaica – The Romance Languages of the Jews. Eds. Guido Mensching, Frank Savelberg. Berlin: De Gruyter. [Forthcoming].
  • “The development of kinship terms as an indicator of the Romanization of the Guaranitic area”. Estudios y Homenajes Hispanoamericanos III. Eds. Efthimia Pandis Pavlakis, Haralambos Symeonidis, Dimitrios L. Drosos, Anthi Papageorgiou. Madrid: Ediciones del Orto. 2015. 269-285.
  • “Análisis sociolingüístico del leísmo paraguayo”. In: RIH, Revista Internacional d’Humanitats. 2013. 55-68.
  • “Paraguay.” Weltsprache Spanisch - Verbreitung, Variation, Soziolinguistik. Ein Handbuch für das Studium der Hispanistik. Eds. Sandra Herling, Carolin Patzelt. Stuttgart: ibidem. 2013.
  • Atlas Lingüístico Guaraní-Románico (ALGR-L), Tomo II Léxico-Cuerpo Humano. Co-editor and Co-director with Wolf Dietrich, Harald Thun, and Almidio Aquino. Kiel, Westensee-Verlag. [= Dialectologia Pluridimensionalis Roma­nica 11]. 2009.
  • Dynamik romanischer Varietaten auserhalb Europas - Alte und Neue Romania im Dialog. Co-Editor with Silke Jansen, Bern; Berlin; Bruxelles, Frankfurt/Main; New York; Oxford; Wien: Peter Lang Verlag. 2009.
  • Geschichte und Aktualität der deutschsprachigen Guaraní-Philologie.  Co-editor with Wolf Dietrich. Münster: Lit Verlag, 2008
  • Procesos de transferencia en el léxico del castellano paraguayo.” Actes du XXIVe Congrès International de Linguistique et de Philologie Romanes, Aberystwyth, 1er-6 août 2004. Tome I. Eds. David Trotter. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2007. 565-76.
  • Guaraní y “Mawetí-Tupí-Guaraní”. Estudios históricos y descriptivos sobre una familia lingüística de América del Sur. Co-editor with Wolf Dietrich. Münster: Lit Verlag, 2006.
  • Sprache in Iberoamerika. Zum 65. Geburtstag von Wolf Dietrich. Co-editor with Volker Noll. Hamburg: Buske, 2005. 
  • “Aspectos sintácticos en el habla popular románico de la zona guaranítica.” El español en América. Aspectos teóricos, particularidades, contactos. Eds. Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh, Volker Noll, and Klaus Zimmermann. Frankfurt/Main: Vervuert, 2005. 235-248. 
  • “Os brasiguaios no Brasil: O uso das preposições em e a com o verbo ir.”, O português do Brasil. Perspectivas da pesquisa atual. Eds. Wolf Dietrich and Volker Noll. Frankfurt/Main: Vervuert, 2004. 155-67.
  • Das Judenspanische von Thessaloniki: Beschreibung des Sephardischen im griechischen Umfeld. Bern; Berlin; Bruxelles; Frankfurt/Main; New York; Oxford; Wien: Peter Lang Verlag. [= Sephardica 2], 2002

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