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Exceptional animates in Ojibwe. The link between gender and classifiers2022 Papers of the Algonquian conference (51): 137-55
  • Cherry Meyer
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671in thematic issue 'Lexical relationships in Central Algonquian'
An inspectino of preferred argument structure in Mapudungun narratives2020 International journal of American linguistics 86 (1): 59-93
  • Florian Matter
Paradigm leveling in south east Cree verbal inflections2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 33-52
  • Vincent Collette
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Intersubjective traps over tricks on the Kazakhstani puppet stage: animation as dicentization2019 Journal of linguistic anthropology 29 (3): 375-96
  • Meghanne M. Barker
H6/KK [JOURNAL-]1055-1360
The world of Ilhuitl: its rhythms and durations2019 Trace 75: 86-127
  • Marc Thouvenot
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0185-6286in special section 'Ritualidad y calendario entre los antiguos nahuas: homenaje a Michel Graulich'; English and French summaries
Grammatical number and the scale of individuation2018 Language 94 (3): 527-74
  • Scott Grimm
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Blackfoot and core Algonquian inflectional morphology: archaisms and innovations2018 Papers of the Algonquian conference 47: 83-106
  • Ives Goddard
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
The role of final morphemes in Blackfoot: marking aspect of sentences?2018 Papers of the Algonquian conference 47: 147-63
  • Kyumin Kim
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Subjects, animacy, and agreement in Mi'gmaq transitive verbs2018 Papers of the Algonquian conference 47: 165-84
  • Carol-Rose Little
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Noun categorization in Ojibwe: animacy is gender and gender is separate from the count/mass distinction2018 Papers of the Algonquian conference 47: 199-216
  • Cherry Meyer
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Patterns of syncretism in nominal paradigms: a pan-Algonquian perspective2017 Papers of the Algonquian conference 46: 1-18
  • Heather Bliss
  • Will Oxford
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Animacy and transitivity alternations in Blackfoot2017 Papers of the Algonquian conference 46: 123-40
  • Kyumin Kim
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Learning the grammar of animacy2017 Anthropology of consciousness 28 (2): 128-34
  • Robin Wall Kimmerer
H6/KH [ANTHROPOLOGY-]1053-4202in special issue 'Way out voices: a phenomenology of interbeing'
Animacy and inverse in Movima: a corpus study2014 Anthropological linguistics 56 (3-4): 294-314
  • Katharina Haude
The role of agency and animacy in the alignment system of Wichí2014 Anthropological linguistics 56 (3-4): 315-33
  • Jimena Terraza
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
The relation of switch-reference, animacy, and obviation in Plains Cree2012 International journal of American linguistics 78 (2): 203-38
  • Jeffrey Muehlbauer
A study of the Kālakāñjas and their ancestors and descendants in old and middle Indic texts2011 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 91: 33-45
  • Timothy P. Lighthiser
Plurality agreement in some eastern Mayan languages2011 International journal of American linguistics 77 (3): 397-412
  • Nora C. England
Sentience and stem agreement in Blackfoot2008 Papers of the Algonquian conference 39: 358-77
  • Sara Johansson
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Determinants of split intransitivity in Blackfoot: evidence form verbs of emission2008 Papers from the Institute of Archaeology (London) 40: 171-85
  • Elizabeth Ritter
  • Sara Johansson
H6/KE [PAPERS-]0965-9315
Morphological causatives and split intransitivity in Mapudungun2007 International journal of American linguistics 73 (2): 209-38
  • Lucía A. Golluscio
Object agreement in Blackfoot: sentient and non-sentient controllers2007 Papers of the Algonquian conference 38: 11-28
  • Heather Bliss
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Learning animacy hierarchy effects in Seosotho double object applicatives2005 Language 81 (2): 421-47
  • Christopher Odato
  • Francina Moloi
  • Katherine Demuth
  • Malillo Machobane
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Animacy versus weight as determinants of grammatical variation in English2005 Language 81 (3): 613-44
  • Anette Rosenbach
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Mi'kmaq transitive verbs and suppletion: the division of transitive verbs into transitive animate and transitive inanimate1999 Papers of the Algonquian conference 30: 95-107
  • James L. Fidelholtz
Lexico-grammatical system of suffixal names denoting liviing creatures in Belorussian language1999 Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belarusi 4: 127-33, 56
  • A. A. Lukashanets
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAVUK BYELARUSKAY SSR-]0321-1649English and Russian summaries