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Name: Rachel  Nordlinger
Institution: University of Melbourne
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://www.linguistics.unimelb.edu.au/people/staff/nordlinger.html
State and/or Country: VIC
Australia   
Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Linguistic Theories
Morphology
Syntax
Typology
Subject Language(s): Wambaya
Language Family(ies): Australian
Selected Publications: see above web page
Announced on LINGUIST :  A Grammar of Wambaya, Northern Territory (Australia)
 Constructive Case
 A Grammar of Tetun Dili
 A Grammar of Bilinarra
Courses Taught: Introduction to Linguistics
Syntax
Morphology
Advanced Syntax
Field Methods
Dissertation Director * of: Agreement in Mawng: Productive and lexicalised uses of agreement in an Australian language
(Ruth Singer, Author)
Dissertation Director * of: A Grammar of Oksapmin
(Robyn Loughnane, Author)
Dissertation Director * of: Case-Marking in Contact: The development and function of case morphology in Gurindji Kriol, an Australian mixed language
(Felicity Meakins, Author)
Dissertation Director * of: A Grammar of Kuuk Thaayorre
(Alice Gaby, Author)
Academic Paper Abstract: Nominal juxtaposition in Australian languages: An LFG analysis

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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