LINGUIST List 32.528

Thu Feb 11 2021

TOC: Language in Africa 1 / 3 (2021)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>



Date: 26-Jan-2021
From: Andrey Shluinsky <ashliling-ran.ru>
Subject: Language in Africa Vol. 1, No. 3 (2021)
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Publisher: Institute of Linguistics RAS
http://iling-ran.ru

Journal Title: Language in Africa
Volume Number: 1
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: 2021


Subtitle: Special issue on the Adamawa languages (Proceedings of the first Adamawa Conference (Mainz, September 9–11 2019))


Main Text:

https://iling-ran.ru/web/ru/publications/journals/languageinafrica/1-3

The Jen language cluster: A comparative analysis of wordlists
Russell Norton, Nlabephee Othaniel

The internal reconstruction of Bena-Yungur consonants and tone patterns
Dmitry Idiatov and Mark van de Velde

Plurality marking in Leko and Yendang groups (Adamawa, Niger-Congo) with some reference to noun classification
Alexander Zheltov

The phonology and noun morphology of Yi Kitʊlɛ, an Adamawa language of East-Central Nigeria
Roger Blench

The Bua group noun class system: looking for a historical interpretation
Pascal Boyeldieu, Raimund Kastenholz, Ulrich Kleinewillinghöfer, Florian Lionnet

The numeral system in Longuda
Friederike Vigeland

The control marker na ~ naw in Samba Leko, a language spoken in Cameroon – Nigeria
Gwenaëlle Fabre

Adpositional expression of spatiality in Adamawa languages with focus on the Samba-Duru group
Sabine Littig

Personal pronouns in Bua languages
Pascal Boyeldieu

Ideophones in Dzə (Jenjo), an Adamawa language of Northeastern Nigeria
Peace Benson

Coverbs and auxiliaries in Pèdè
Raimund Kastenholz

Aspects of the phonology and morphosyntax of Kyak, an Adamawa language of Nigeria
Matthew Harley


Linguistic Field(s): Genetic Classification
                            Language Documentation

Subject Language(s): Aari (aiz)

Language Family(ies): Adamawa


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