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Editor(s): Niclas Burenhult, Arthur Holmer, Anastasia Karlsson, Håkan Lundström & Jan-Olof Svantesson
Theme:

Humanities of the lesser-known: New directions in the description, documentation and typology of endangered languages and musics [Special Issue]

Date:
2012
ISSN/ISBN:
1740-6234

Papers on language, prosody and music, typology of agreement and word order, tense-aspect-mood marking, semantics of perception verbs (from a conference Humanities of the lesser-known: New directions in the description, documentation and typology of endangered languages and musics, 10-11th September 2010, Lund University, Sweden.

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Table of Contents (LDD 10)

3-4

Editors' Introduction and List of Contributors (LDD 10)

Niclas Burenhult, Arthur Holmer, Anastasia Karlsson, Håkan Lundström, Jan-Olof Svantesson

5-14

Song-poetry of Central Australia: sustaining traditions

Myfany Turpin

15-36

Tone in speech and singing: a field experiment to research their relation in endangered languages of North East India

Stephen Morey, Jürgen Schöpf

37-60

Assessing music shift: adapting EGIDS for a Papua New Guinea community

Neil Coulter

61-81

Language and music in the songs of Minto, Alaska

Siri G. Tuttle

82-112

The Wichita pitch phoneme: a first look

David S. Rood

113-131

Conversation in Upper Tanana Athabascan: syntactic and prosodic patterns

Olga Lovick, Siri G. Tuttle

132-176

Intonation in Ryukyuan: with reference to modality, syntax, and focus

Yasuko Nagano-Madsen

177-207

Elusive articles in Sulawesi: between syntax and prosody

René van den Berg

208-227

Main clause TAM-marking in Ngarla (Pama-Nyungan), in comparison with two neighbouring languages

Torbjörn Westerlund

228-246

Grammaticalization of tense and aspect in Mbugwe: a preliminary investigation

Vera Wilhelmsen

247-264

The increasing importance of animacy in the agreement systems of Ndengeleko and other Southern Coastal Bantu languages

Eva-Marie Ström

265-287

Exploiting syntax to circumvent morphology: word order as a means for marking grammatical categories

Cynthia I. A. Hansen

288-306

The perception verbs in Lussese (Bantu J10): a matter of experience

Marilena Thanassoula

307-328