I. Fiedler / J. Junglas / M. Schulze (eds.): Gur Languages and Nominal Classification Diversity [PDF]


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Gur Monographs · Monographies Voltaïques Volume 13

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256 pp.
1 colour map, 13 colour tables, numerous tables and charts

Text language: English


Ines Fiedler / Jan Junglas / Michael Schulze: Diversity in Gur nominal classification
Robert Carlson: Gender and noun classes in Supyire
Klaudia Dombrowsky-Hahn: Gender and deriflection in Syer (Western Karaboro, Senufo)
Jeffrey Heath: Nominal classes/declensions and limited agreement in Tiefo languages (Burkina Faso)
Anthony Struthers-Young: Comparative Toussian nominal morphology
Gudrun Miehe: The position of Cerma within the cosmos of Gur noun classification
Ines Fiedler / Benedikt Winkhart: The gender and deriflection system of Miyobe
Brigitte Reineke: Gender and deriflection in Ditammari
John Rennison: The phonology of Niger-Congo noun-class and gender markers, with special reference to Western Koromfe (North Central Gur)
Gudrun Miehe: Noun class systems in Gur and Plateau languages – Comparing the diachronic developments

In the same series, two previous volumes have been published – offering systematical descriptions of noun class systems in the most important Gur languages:

Gudrun Miehe / Brigitte Reineke / Kerstin Winkelmann (eds.): Noun Class Systems in Gur Languages I + II [PDF]

Separated according to classificatory branches of Gur languages, they can be ordered as single parts:

G. Miehe / K. Winkelmann (eds.): Noun Class Systems in Gur Languages – Vol. I Southwestern Gur Languages (without Gurunsi) [PDF]
G. Miehe / B. Reineke / K. Winkelmann (eds.): Noun Class Systems in Gur Languages – Vol. II North Central Gur Languages [PDF]

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