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|Name:||Carmen Jany (IPA: Carmen Jany)|
|Institution:||California State University, San Bernardino|
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|Specialty:||Language Documentation, Native American languages|
-2016.Language Contact and Change in the Americas: Studies in honor of Marianne Mithun. Amsterdan: John Benjamins. Co-edited with Andrea Berez-Kroeker and Diane Hintz.
-2013 Functional Approaches to Language. Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs (TiLSM) 248. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Co-edited with Shannon Bischoff
-2016. The Role of Passives in the Formation of Hierarchical Systems in Northern California. Chapter in Language Contact and Change in the Americas: Studies in honor of Marianne Mithun. Amsterdan: John Benjamins. Edited by Berez-Kroeker et al.
-2016. The Northern Hokan Area. Chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Polysynthesis. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Edited by Michael Fortescue et al.
-2014. Individuality versus Unity in Mixean: Challenges in Orthography Design. Chapter in Dialogue on Dialect Standardization. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Edited by Carrie Dyck et al.
-2013. Grammatical Relations in Mixe and Chimariko. Chapter in Responses to Language Endangerment. Studies in Language Companion Series 142. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Edited by Elena Mihas et al.
-2015. Hokan Languages. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Oxford University Press
-2014. The Stability of Word Stress Across Mixean Languages. Extended Abstracts of the Linguistic Society of American Annual Meeting
-2013. ‘Defining nominal compounding as a productive word-formation process in
Chuxnabán Mixe’, International Journal of American Linguistics 79:4. 533-553.
-2012. ‘Hokan Languages’. Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics. Oxford University Press.
-2011.‘Causation in Chuxnabán Mixe’. Santa Barbara Papers in Linguistics Volume 22 (2011)
-2011.‘The Phonetics and Phonology of Chuxnabán Mixe’, Linguistic Discovery 9:1
-2011. ‘Clausal nominalization as relativization strategy in Chimariko’, International Journal of American Linguistics 77:3
-2010‘Orthography Development for Chuxnabán Mixe’
-2010 With Matthew Gordon, Carlos M Nash, and Nobutaka Takara, ‘Syllable Structure and Extrametricality: A typological and phonetic study’
-2008 With Matthew Gordon, Carlos M Nash, and Nobutaka Takara, ‘Vowel and Consonant Sonority and Coda Weight: A Cross-Linguistic Study’
-2007 With Matthew Gordon, Carlos M Nash, and Nobutaka Takara, ‘How Universal is the Sonority Hierarchy?: A Cross-Linguistic Acoustic Study’
-2007 ‘Is there any evidence for complementation in Chimariko?’
-2006 ‘Vowel length and phonation contrasts in Chuxnabán Mixe'
-2005 With Matthew Gordon, Carlos M Nash, and Nobutaka Takara, ‘Acoustic and perceptual correlates of syllable weight’
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Language Contact and Change in the Americas
|Courses Taught:||Spanish Linguistics
Second Language Acquisition
Spanish in the US
California Indian Languages
Ergativity in Amazonia
(LL Issue 22.361)
The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Fieldwork (LL Issue 23.1962)
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