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Query:   Valence changing and ergativity
Author:  Eva Monr√≥s
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Language Documentation

Summary:   Dear all,

Three weeks ago, I sent a query on ergativity in Amazonian languages and valence changing. Below I list the bibliographical references I have received from the readers of both Linguist List and Etnolinguistica.

- Larsen, Thomas. 1984. Case marking and subjecthood in Kipe? Kirir?. BLS 10:189-205.
- Urban, Greg. 1985. Ergativity and accusativity in Shokleng (G?). IJAL, 51.164-87.
- Alves, Fl?via de Castro. 2002. Aspectos da ergatividade cindida em Ap?niekr? (J?). In Santos, Ludovico & Pontes, Ismael (editors), L?nguas J?: Estudos V?rios,
83-93. Londrina: Editora UEL.
- Costa, Raquel Guimar?es Romankevicius. 2000. Case marking in Marubo (Panoan): a diachronic approach. In Proceedings of WAIL 2000, 3-15. Santa Barbara: University
of California.
- A number of recent descriptions of Macro-J? languages have been written as PhD dissertations (including Luciana Dourado's work on Panar?, Ludoviko Santos'
on Suy?, and Mar?lia Ferreira's on Parkat?j?).
- M. Amelia Reis Silva (2003). Pronomes, Ordem e Ergatividade em Mebengokre (Kayapo?). Masther's Thesis. In
- Hein van der Voort & Simo van de Kerke (2000). Indigenous languages of Lowland South America. Universitiet Leiden.
- Pilar Valenzuela ''Ergatividad escindinda en Wariapano, Yaminawa y Shipibo-Konibo'', p.111-128.
- P. Valenzuela. ''El morfema de ergatividad en el Shipibo-Conibo''. In: Luis Miranda & Amanda Orellana (eds.) Actas del II Congreso Nacional de Investigaciones Ling??stico-Filol?gicas, vol. II, p.217-245. Lima, Peru: Universidad Ricardo Palma. Facultad de Lenguas Modernas.
- Jos? ?lvarez (1998). ?Split Ergativity and Complementary Distribution of NP?s and Pronominal Affixes in Pem?n (Cariban)?. Opci?n (Revista de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales) 25:69-94, Universidad del Zulia.
- Jos? ?lvarez (2000). ?Construcciones Progresivas en Pem?n y otras Lenguas Caribes?. Opci?n (Revista de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales) 32:96-130, Universidad del Zulia.
- Guirardello, R. (1999). A Reference Grammar of Trumai. Phd Thesis.

I also was informed about the journal:
- LIAMES (Lenguas indigenas americanas).

Other suggestions: MLA and Bibliographie Linguistique.

Thank you very much to all contributors: Eduardo Ribeiro, ?ngel Corbera Mori, John E. Koontz, Andr?s P. Salanova, Jos? ?lvarez, Raquel Guirardello, Susana Sotillo.


Eva Monr?s
Universitat de Barcelona

LL Issue: 14.1836
Date Posted: 02-Jul-2003
Original Query: Read original query


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