The Routledge handbook of North American languages / edited by Daniel Siddiqi, Michael Barrie, Carrie Gillon, Jason D. Haugen and Éric Mathieu.
- New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
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- Indians of North America -- Languages.
Indians of Central America -- Languages.
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- Daniel Siddiqi is Professor of Linguistics, Cognitive Science, and English at Carleton University, Canada. His research focuses on stem allomorphy, metatheory and grammatical architecture, and non-standard English phenomena. He is also co-editor of The Routledge Handbook of Syntax. Michael Barrie is Associate Professor of English at Sogang University, Korea. His research focuses on the syntax-semantics and syntax-prosody interfaces and is based on extensive field work on Northern Iroquoian and Algonquian languages in North America, as well as Cantonese, Korean, and Romance languages. Carrie Gillon is co-founder of Quick Brown Fox Consulting and co-host of The Vocal Fries, the podcast about linguistic discrimination. Formerly a professor of linguistics, her research focused on the syntax and semantics of understudied languages, mainly indigenous languages of Canada like Skwxwú7mesh., Inuttut, and Innu-aimun. Jason D. Haugen is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Oberlin College, USA. His research focuses on the morphosyntax and historical linguistics of Uto-Aztecan languages. Éric Mathieu is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Ottawa, Canada. His research focuses on syntax and the Ojibwe (an Algonquian language) and French (Modern and Old) languages.
- "The Routledge Handbook of North American Languages is a one-stop reference for linguists on those topics that come up the most frequently in the study of the languages of North America (including Mexico). This handbook compiles a list of contributors from across many different theories and at different stages of their careers, all of whom are well known experts in North American languages. The volume comprises two distinct parts: the first surveys some of the phenomena most frequently discussed in the study of North American languages and the second surveys some of the most frequently discussed language families of North America. The consistent goal of each contribution is to couch the content of the chapter in contemporary theory so that the information is maximally relevant and accessible for a wide range of audiences, including graduate students and young new scholars, and even senior scholars who are looking for a crash course in the topics. Empirically-driven chapters provide fundamental knowledge needed to participate in contemporary theoretical discussions of these languages, making this handbook is an indispensable resource for linguistics scholars"-- Provided by publisher.
- Phonological inventories / Keren Rice
Segmental processes / Heather Newell and Andréia de Souza
Stress, tone, and pitch accent / Eugene Buckley
Prosodic morphology and reduplication / Suzanne Urbanczyk
The expanded NP : number, possessors, gender, animacy, and classifiers / Carrie Gillon
Morphosyntactic strategies in spatial description / Carolyn O'Meara and Gabriela Pérez Báez
Agreement and related phenomena in North American languages / Richard Compton
Inverse systems and person hierarchy effects / Heather Bliss, Elizabeth Ritter, and Martina Wiltschko
Switch-reference in American languages : a synthetic overview / Mark Baker and Livia Carmargo Souza
Ergativity and ergativity splits / Bettina Spreng
Noun incorporation and polysynthesis / Michael Barrie and Éric Mathieu
Antipassives / Kumiko Murasugi
Evidentials and modals / Marianne Huijsmans and Sarah E. Murray
Quantification / Henry Davis and Lisa Matthewson
Otomanguean languages / Brook Danielle Lillehaugen
Mayan languages / Lauren Clemens
Muskogean languages / George Aaron Broadwell
Iroquoian languages / Michael Barrie and Hiroto Uchihara
Salish languages / Henry Davis
Na-Dene languages / Alessandro Jaker, Nicholas Welch, and Keren Rice
Algonquian languages / Will Oxford
Eskimo-Aleut languages / Alana Johns
Evaluating proposals for long-distance genetic relationships :
Uto-Aztecan vs. Plateau Penutian / Jason D. Haugen
Areal linguistics and linguistic areas in California / Jane H. Hill.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on November 11, 2019).
- Siddiqi, Daniel, editor.
Barrie, Michael, Ph. D. editor.
Gillon, Carrie, editor.
Haugen, Jason D., editor.
Mathieu, Eric, 1967- editor.
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- Print version: Routledge handbook of North American languages.
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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