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Selected Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference on African Linguistics
edited by Doris L. Payne and Jaime Peña
Printed edition: $250.00

Contents

Acknowledgments
Doris L. Payne and Jaime Peña
v (abstract or complete paper)

— Language Contact, Areal Effects, and Endangerment —

Grammatical Change and Emblematic Features in Western Nilotic
Anne Storch
1-15 (abstract or complete paper)

Bantu Plant Names as Indicators of Linguistic Stratigraphy in the Western Province of Zambia
Koen Bostoen
16-29 (abstract or complete paper)

Language Contact Phenomena in Togo: A Case Study of Kabiye-Ewe Code-switching
Komlan E. Essizewa
30-42 (abstract or complete paper)

Vidunda (G38) as an Endangered Language?
Karsten Legère
43-54 (abstract or complete paper)

The Lexicon in Language Attrition: The Case of N|uu
Bonny Sands, Amanda L. Miller, and Johanna Brugman
55-65 (abstract or complete paper)

— Phonetics and Phonology —

Iambicity in Kera
Mary Pearce
66-76 (abstract or complete paper)

Minimality and Morae in Malila (M.24)
Constance Kutsch Lojenga
77-87 (abstract or complete paper)

High-toned Mora Insertion Between Onsetless Morphemes in Cilungu
Lee Bickmore
88-95 (abstract or complete paper)

Ghost Consonants: The Glottal Stop in Kaansa
Stuart D. Showalter
96-110 (abstract or complete paper)

— Semantics and Pragmatics —

Lexical Resources in Wolof and English for Talking of Time in Terms of Space
Kevin Ezra Moore
111-124 (abstract or complete paper)

Time Reference of Aspectual Forms in Wan (Southeastern Mande)
Tatiana Nikitina
125-133 (abstract or complete paper)

Akan Demonstratives
Nana Aba Appiah Amfo
134-148 (abstract or complete paper)

— Morphosyntax —

Niger-Congo Verb Extensions: Overview and Discussion
Larry M. Hyman
149-163 (abstract or complete paper)

The Emergence of Tense in Early Bantu
Derek Nurse
164-179 (abstract or complete paper)

Subject-agreeing Complementizers and Their Functions in Chokwe, Luchazi, Lunda, and Luvale
Boniface Kawasha
180-190 (abstract or complete paper)

The Syntax of Verb Focus in Kabiye
Chris Collins and Komlan E. Essizewa
191-203 (abstract or complete paper)