Patrick J. Dickens: The Complete Linguist [PDF] (Kopie)


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Papers in Memory of Patrick J. Dickens

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536 pp.
1 map, 2 b/w photos, numerous tables and diagrams, index
Text language(s): English

Megan Biesele:
Patrick John Dickens — 1953–1992
H. Russell Bernard / George Ngong Mbeh / W. Penn Handwerker:
The Tone Problem
Megan Biesele:
Patrick Dickens’s Ju|’hoan Linguistics Work – Educational and Political Implications
Melissa Heckler:
The Whole Village Classroom – a Portrait of a Linguist and a People
Wilhelm J.G. Möhlig:
The Architecture of Bantu Narratives – an Interdisciplinary Matter Analysis of a Dciriku Text
Sigrid Schmidt:
Representatives of Evil in Khoisan Folktales
Richard Bailey:
Issues in the Phonology and Orthography of Chopi (ciCopi S 61)
Toni Borowsky:
Hausa Plurals and Optimality
G. Tucker Childs:
Tone and Accent in Atlantic
Robert K. Herbert:
Prenasalized Consonants and Dahl’s Law – Questions of Representation and Subclass
J.A. Louw:
Xhosa Tone
J.S.M. Khumalo:
CV Templates in Zulu Morphology – a Multilinear Approach
Andrew van der Spuy:
Morphological Case-Marking in Zulu
Susan M. Suzman:
The Discourse Origin of Agreement in Zulu
Wilfrid H.G. Haacke:
Instances of Incorporation and Compounding in Khoekhoegowab (Nama/Damara)
Mark Sebba:
Some Remarks on Ju|’hoan Serial Verbs
Thomas Widlok:
The “Irrealis” at Work in Hai||om
Sabine Neumann:
Static Spatial Relations in SheNgologa (SheKgalagadi)
Tore Janson:
The Status, History and Future of Sekgalagadi
Gabriele Sommer / Rainer Vossen:
Linguistic Variation in Siyeyi
Mary C. Bill:
Berthoud’s Leçons de Sigwamba (1883) – the First Tsonga Grammar
Anthony Traill:
Interpreting |Xam Phonology: the Need for Typological Cleansing