Language Documentation and Description Volume 10
Volume 10 is a collection of papers dealing with several topics in language documentation:
language and music
The papers arise from a conference held at Lund University in September 2010, and represent important contributions to the theory and practice of the field of language documentation by leading scholars and younger researchers. The volume is of interest to anyone concerned with documenting and describing languages.
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- Introduction Jan-Olof Svantesson, Niclas Burenhult, Arthur Holmer, Anastasia Karlsson and Håkan Lundström
- Song-poetry of Central Australia: sustaining traditions Myfany Turpin
- Language and music in the songs of Minto, Alaska Siri G. Tuttle
- Tone in speech and singing: a field experiment to research their relation in endangered languages of North East India Stephen Morey & Jürgen Schöpf
- Conversation in Upper Tanana Athabascan: syntactic and prosodic patterns Olga Lovick & Siri G. Tuttle
- Intonation in Ryukyuan: with reference to modality, syntax, and focus Yasuko Nagano-Madsen
- The Wichita pitch phoneme: a first look David S. Rood
- Assessing music shift: adapting EGIDS for a Papua New Guinea community Neil R. Coulter
- Elusive articles in Sulawesi: between syntax and prosody René van den Berg
- Exploiting syntax to circumvent morphology: word order as a means for marking grammatical categories Cynthia I. A. Hansen
- The increasing importance of animacy in the agreement systems of Ndengeleko and other Southern Coastal Bantu languages Eva-Marie Ström
- The perception verbs in Lussese (Bantu J10): a matter of experience Marilena Thanassoula
- Main clause TAM-marking in Ngarla (Pama-Nyungan), in comparison with two neighbouring languages Torbjörn Westerlund
- Grammaticalization of tense and aspect in Mbugwe: a preliminary investigation Vera Wilhelmsen
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