Proceedings of the Hokan-Penutian Workshop

The cover of Proceedings of the 1990 Hokan-Penutian Languages Workshop
The cover of Proceedings of the 1990 Hokan-Penutian Languages Workshop

Proceedings of the 1990 Hokan-Penutian Languages Workshop
(1990, Occasional papers in linguistics, Volume 15)
Edited by James E. Redden

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1-10Nominalization in Jamul Diegueño[PDF]
Richard Epstein
11-22Lenition in Jamul Diegueño[PDF]
Michel Achard
23-31Some differences between two speakers of Jamul Diegueño[PDF]
Amy Miller
32-42The use of auxiliaries in Jamul Diegueño[PDF]
Kim Kellogg
43-51The perfective-imperfective opposition in Kashaya[PDF]
Robert L. Oswalt
52-61Suffixal aspect and tense-aspect in Northern Pomo[PDF]
Mary Catherine O'Connor
62-75The role of lexicalization in shaping auxiliary systems: Central Pomo[PDF]
Marianne Mithun
75-91Glottalized and aspirated sonorants in Kashaya[PDF]
Eugene Buckley
91-117Kashaya switch reference[PDF]
David Gamon
118-135Agentivity and the animacy hierarchy in Kashaya[PDF]
Kira Hall
136-143Patterns of the generic and particular in Wintu narrative texts[PDF]
Suzanne Wash
144-153Vowel length and pitch in Yavapai[PDF]
Kimberly D. Thomas and Alan Shaterian
154-162Aspiration in Tolkapaya Yavapai[PDF]
Pamela Munro
163-177Noun incorporation in the Yuman languages: The relationship between wa- and -ya[PDF]
Joshua T. Katz
178-183Walapai kinship terminology[PDF]
James E. Redden
184-190Diegueño: How many languages?[PDF]
Margaret Langdon
191-197Non-Walapai words in Walapai[PDF]
Werner Winter