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|Institution:||University of Chicago|
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|Specialty:||Field Linguistics/L/Areal Linguistics/L/Typology/L/Languages of Pakistan|
|Selected Publications:||2014. Two micro-areal developments in northwestern South Asia: Causative involuntatives and causee marking postpositions. Paper presented at the International workshop on linguistic microareas in South Asia, Uppsala University, 5-6 May 2014.
2011. Kalasha: Past, present, and possible futures. In: Carol Everhard & Elizabeth Mela-Athanasopoulou (eds.), Selected Papers from the the International Conference on Language Documentation and Tradition, with a special interest in the Kalasha of the Hindu Kush valleys, Himalayas, 7-9 November, 2008, pp. 13-36. Thessaloniki: School of English, Department of Theoretical & Applied Linguistics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
2011. Urdu and Linguistics: A fraught but evolving relationship. The Annual of Urdu Studies 26:97-123.
2010. Traces of mirativity in Shina. Himalayan Linguistics 9(2):1-55. http://www.linguistics.ucsb.edu/HimalayanLinguistics/
2010. Innovations in the Brahui verb system. Journal of South Asian Linguistics 3(1): 23-44 . http://tiger.sprachwiss.uni-konstanz.de/~jsal/ojs/index.php/jsal/article/view/21/17
2009. Wakhi. To appear in The Iranian Languages, ed. G. Windfuhr. London: Routledge Curzon.
2007. Contact-induced change in Khowar. In Saeed, Shafqat (ed.) New Perspectives on Pakistan: Contexts, Realities and Visions of the Future. Karachi: Oxford University Press, pp. 205-238.
2007. Some transitional features of Eastern Balochi: An areal and diachronic perspective. In: The Baloch and Others: Linguistic, historical and socio-political perspectives on pluralism in Balochistan. Wiesbaden: Dr. Ludwig Reichert.
2007. Evidentiality in South Asian Languages. In: The Proceedings of the LFG-06 Conference. http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/LFG/11/lfg06.html, pp. 30-50.
2004. Innovations in the Brahui verb system. Paper presented at the 24th South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable (SALA 24), Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, November 19-20, 2004.
2003. Dardic. In: The Indo-Aryan Languages, ed. G. Cardona. London: Routledge, pp. 818-94.
2001. Spatial Representation in Khowar. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.
1991c. A Contrastive Analysis of Balochi and Urdu. Washington, D.C. and Peshawar, Pakistan: Academy for Educational Development, 300 p.
1991b. A Contrastive Analysis of Brahui and Urdu. Washington, D.C. and Peshawar, Pakistan: Academy for Educational Development, 298 p.
1991a. A Contrastive Analysis of Pashto and Urdu. Washington, D.C. and Peshawar, Pakistan: Academy for Educational Development, 295 pp.
1988. Inferentiality in Kalasha and Khowar. In: Proceedings of the 24th Regional Meeting (CLS 24). Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.
|Announced on LINGUIST :||
The Languages and Linguistics of South Asia
|Courses Taught:||Urdu language
Panjabi language (occasionally)
|Dissertation Abstract:||Topics in Kalasha Syntax: An areal and typological perspective|
Lang Description: Holisky & Tuite (2003)
(LL Issue 15.1937)
Typology: Aikhenvald & Dixon, eds. (2003) (LL Issue 14.1664)
Language Description: Tulpule & Feldhaus (2000) (LL Issue 12.1204)
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