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The lexicographical heritage: nineteenth century compilations and their contribution to the linguistics of the Bribir language2019 Indiana 36 (2): 69-99
  • Julio Arias Cordero
H6/KUL [INDIANA-]0341-8642in special issue 'Contribuciones de la documentación colonial de lenguas indoamericanas a los estudios lingüísticos actuales'; English summary
Contributions of the colonial documentation of Indo-American languages to current language studies2019 Indiana 36 (2): 9-16
  • Fernando Zúñiga
  • Marisa Malvestiti
H6/KUL [INDIANA-]0341-8642introduction to special issue 'Contribuciones de la documentación colonial de lenguas indoamericanas a los estudios lingüísticos actuales'
The role of mas (<Sp. Más) in Q'eqchi': comparison and degree in a Mayan language2019 International journal of American linguistics 85 (3): 365-99
  • Paul Kockleman
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Ch'ort', Lenca, and Pipil: an onomastic approach to redefining the sixteeenth-century southeastern Maya frontier2019 Ethnohistory 66 (2): 301-28
  • Erlend M. Johnson
  • Mary Kate Kelly
  • Pastor Gómez Zuñiga
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Syntactic and prosodic contrastive focus marking in K'ichee2018 International journal of American linguistics 84 (3): 295-325
  • Brandon O. Baird
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Deriving verb-initial word order in Mayan2018 Language 94 (2): 237-80
  • Jessica Coon
  • Lauren Clemens
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Kings of the East: Altun Ha and the water scroll emblem glyph2018 Ancient Mesoamerica 29 (1): 113-35
  • Christophe Helmke
  • Phillip J. Wanyerka
  • Stanley P. Guenter
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
The contribution of research on the languages of the Americas to the field of linguistics2017 International journal of American linguistics 83 (1): 7-39
  • David Beck
  • Donna B. Gerdts
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
A holistic humanities of speaking: Franz Boas and the continuing centrality of texts2017 International journal of American linguistics 83 (1): 41-78
  • Anthony C. Woodbury
  • Anthony K. Webster
  • Patience L. Epps
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
On the morphosyntax of indigenous languages of the Americas2017 International journal of American linguistics 83 (1): 111-39
  • Fernando Zúñiga
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Semantics in indigenous American languages: 1917-2017 and beyond2017 International journal of American linguistics 83 (1): 141-72
  • Lisa Matthewson
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
From patterns in language to patterns in thought: relativity realized across the Americas2017 International journal of American linguistics 83 (1): 173-201
  • Caleb Everett
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Theory and method in Maya decipherment2017 PARI journal 18 (2): 1-48
  • Marc Zender
H1/KUC [PRE-COLUMBIAN-]1531-5398monographic issue
Códice de Dresde: parte 2. Edición facsimilar2017 Arqueología mexicana (72): 7-92
  • Erik Velásquez García
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218monographic issue
A way to know the though of Teotihuacans from the sixteenth century2017 Estudios de cultura náhuatl 54: 9-15
  • Miguel León-Portilla
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0071-1675English summary
How changing lifestyles impact Seri smellscapes and smell language2016 Anthropological linguistics 58 (2): 107-31
  • Asifa Majid
  • Carolyn O'Meara
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Testing the proto-Mayan-Mijie-Sokean hypothesis2016 International journal of American linguistics 82 (2): 125-80
  • David F. Mora-Marín
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Phonological adaptation of Spanish loanwords in Zaniza Zapotec2016 International journal of American linguistics 82 (2): 211-38
  • Natalie Operstein
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Ritual diversity and divergence of classic Maya dynastic traditions: a lexical perspective on within-group cultural variation2016 Latin American antiquity 27 (1): 74-95
  • Jessica Munson
  • Jonathan Scholnick
  • Martha J. Macri
  • Matthew Looper
  • Yuriy Polyukhovych
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
Variation and change: the case of movement verbs in Kaqchikel2016 International journal of American linguistics 82 (3): 317-52
  • Raina Heaton
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Registration versus applicative constructions in Acazulco Otomi2016 International journal of American linguistics 82 (3): 353-83
  • Néstor Harnández-Green
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Teomatachilitzli: an analysis of the language in a Nahua sermon from colonial Guatemala2016 Colonial Latin American review 25 (2): 220-44
  • Julia Madajczak
  • Magnus Pharao Hansen
*H6/KUL [COLONIAL-]1060-9164
Semantic variation and the grammar of property concepts2015 Language 91 (3): 533-63
  • Andrew Koontz-Garboden
  • Itamar Francez
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Las cátedras de lenguas indígenas en la universidad del Reino de Guatemala, siglos XVII-XIX2015 Estudios de cultura maya 46 (46): 119-39
  • Adriana Álvarez Sánchez
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0185-2574English summary
La cátedras de lenguas indígenas en la Universidad del Reino de Guatemala, siglos XVII-XIX2015 Estudios de cultura maya 46 (46): 119-39
  • Adriana Álvarez Sánchez
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0185-2574English summary
Los maíces amarillos, los ibes rojos y el chicozapote. Omisiones e identificaciones erróneas en diversas ediciones de la primera página del Chilam Balam de Chumayel2015 Anales de antropología 49 (2): 317-22
  • Miguel Mauricio Vassallo Rodríguez
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225
Licensing focus constructions in Yucatec Maya2015 International journal of American linguistics 81 (1): 1-40
  • Elisabeth Verhoeven
  • Stavros Skopeteas
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
On the (non)universality of the preference for subject-object word order in sentence comprehension: a sentence-processing study of Kaqchikel Maya2014 Language 90 (3): 722-36
  • Jungho Kim
  • Katsuo Tamaoka
  • Masatoshi Koizumi
  • Sachiko Kiyama
  • Yoshiho Yasugi
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Chitimacha: a Mesoamerican language in the lower Mississippi valley2014 International journal of American linguistics 80 (4): 425-74
  • Cecil H. Brown
  • David Beck
  • Søren Wichmann
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Xinkan verb categorization: morphosyntactic marking in intransitive verbs2014 International journal of American linguistics 80 (3): 371-97
  • Chris Rogers
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Inversion, obviation, and animacy in Native languages of the Americas: elements for a cross-linguistic survey2014 Anthropological linguistics 56 (3-4): 334-55
  • Fernando Zúñiga
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Schwa in the modern Yucatecan languages and orthographic evidence of its presence in colonial Yucatecan Maya, colonial Chontal, and precolumbian Maya hieroglyphic texts2014 International journal of American linguistics 80 (2): 175-207
  • Olanike O. Orie
  • Victoria R. Bricker
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Progressive aspect in Mayan languages2013 Anales de antropología 47 (2): 127-54
  • Igor Vinogradov
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225English summary
Las lenguas y la historiografía de América Latina2013 Allpanchis 43 (81/82): 437-68
  • Alan Durston
H6/KUL [ALLPANCHIS-]0252-8835in thematic issue 'Religión y sociedad en el espacio andino chileno'; English summary
U'jóok'ol t'aan. The coming out of speech2012 Estudios de cultura maya 39: 195, 197-226
  • Ilario Chi Chanul
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0185-2574In Maya with English summary and Spanish translation
A Maya version of Jespersen's cycle: the diachronic evolution of negative markers in K'iche' Maya2012 International journal of American linguistics 78 (1): 77-96
  • Sergio Romero
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Proto-Uto-Aztecan as a Mesoamerican language2012 Ancient Mesoamerica 23 (1): 57-68
  • Jane H. Hill
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Complex predicates in Q'anjob'al (Maya): the verbial resultative2012 International journal of American linguistics 78 (4): 465-95
  • Eladio (B'aalam) Mateo Toledo
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
The noun classifiers of Cuchumatán Mayan languages: a case of diffusion from Otomanguean2012 International journal of American linguistics 78 (3): 411-27
  • Nicholas A. Hopkins
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
A logogram for SIP, "Lord of the Deer"2012 Mexicon 34 (6): 138-41
  • Nikolai Grube
*H6/KUL [MEXICON-]0720-5988
Birth of a language: the formation and spread of colonial Yucatec Maya2012 Journal of anthropological research 68 (4): 449-71
  • William F. Hanks
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Information structure and the expression of givenness in Buglere (Chibchan)2011 International journal of American linguistics 77 (2): 285-309
  • J. Diego Quesada
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Continuity and change in early colonial Maya community governance: a lexical perspective2011 Ethnohistory 58 (4): 683-726
  • Sarah E. Jackson
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Plurality agreement in some eastern Mayan languages2011 International journal of American linguistics 77 (3): 397-412
  • Nora C. England
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Totozoquean2011 International journal of American linguistics 77 (3): 323-72
  • Cecil H. Brown
  • David Beck
  • Grzegorz Kondrak
  • James K. Watters
  • Søren Wichmann
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Words and things in Yucatán: poststructuralism and the everyday life of Mayan multiculturalism2011 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 17 (1): 63-81
  • Fernando Armstrong Fumero
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
"Títulos de B'oko": seventeenth-century Kaqchikel-Maya land documents2010 Mesoamérica 31 (52): 111-41
  • Judith M. Maxwell
  • Robert M. Hill II
H6/KUL [MESOAMERICA-]0252-9963English summary
Comments on Kaufman and Justeson: "The history of the word for cacao in ancient Mesoamerica"2010 Ancient Mesoamerica 21 (2): 415-41
  • Christopher S. Beekman
  • George L. Cowgill
  • Karen Dakin
  • Nicholas A. Hopkins
  • Robert M. Rosenwig
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361see Ancient Mesoamer 2007 (18):193-237
Rethinking split ergativity in Chol2010 International journal of American linguistics 76 (2): 207-53
  • Jessica Coon
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Thomas Smith-Stark (1 January 1948-17 May 2009)2010 International journal of American linguistics 76 (3): 383-96
  • Jonathan A. Amith
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
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