Robert Botne / Axel Fanego Palat (eds.): Domains and Regions in Bantu Tense and Aspect [PDF]


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GA Grammatical Analyses of African Languages Volume 62

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X, 251 pp.
1 map, numerous diagrams, figures, tables and charts; appendix: The Domains and Regions Framework – An Overview; subject, language and person index

Text language: English


Axel Fanego Palat: Introduction – Construing time and tense in a Domains and Regions framework

Robert Botne: Domains and Regions – Tense and the pluperfect(ive) in Kihehe, Bantu, and Beyond

Robert Botne: Manifest Status in Bantoid, Bantu, and Jukunoid Languages – Five Case Studies

Robert Botne / Malin Petzell / Nadine Grimm: Temporal Status vs. Timescape Status in Kami and Gyeli

Thera Marie Crane: Non-metrical Tense Distinctions in isiNdebele (South Africa)

Rasmus Bernander: Tense and Aspect in Manda – A Domains and Regions (DaR) Analysis

Tim Roth / Robert Botne: Discourse-Pragmatic Functions of Focus, Tense, and Aspect in Ishenyi Narratives

Glossary of terms
Appendix: The Domains and Regions Framework – An Overview
Index: Subjects, languages and names

The following paper collections on Bantu languages have been published in our programme:

Karsten Legère / Christina Thornell (eds.): Bantu Languages – Analyses, Description and Theory [PDF]
Christina Thornell / Karsten Legère (eds.): North-South Contributions to African Languages [PDF]
Jean A. Blanchon / Denis Creissels (eds.): Issues in Bantu Tonology [PDF]

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