Collaborative work with Alan Bale (Concordia University) and Nicolás Arcos López (Universidad Intercultural de Tabasco) on numeral classifiers in Ch’ol (Mayan) was published in the journal Glossa.
Category Archives: Publications
Last May McGill hosted a Symposium on the Role of the University in Supporting Indigenous Languages. The symposium was organized in response to the Final Report of the Provost’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education, which called on McGill to strengthen support of Indigenous languages.
The resulting Vision Paper has now been published online, and is available on the symposium webpage here.
A new paper on roots and stem formation in Chuj was just published online in Journal of Linguistics. The pre-published version is online at LingBuzz.
The collection of Chuj narratives that the Chuj team here as been working on together with Pedro Mateo Pedro has just been published to the Archive of Indigenous Languages of Latin America (AILLA), and is available here. Special thanks to Paulina Elias for a lot of recent work organizing and updating the files, and to the team at AILLA for getting everything online!
Juan Jesús Vázquez Álvarez (CIMSUR) and I recently wrote a review of the book Chol (Mayan) Folktales: A Collection of Stories from the Modern Maya of Southern Mexico (Hopkins, Josserand, and Cruz Gúzman), which was published today in the International Journal of American Linguistics (IJAL).
This issue of the journal Glossa includes an article on Chuj by Jessica Coon and Lizzie Carolan (BA ’14 and former Chuj Lab manager): ‘Nominalization and the structure of the progressives in Chuj Mayan’. The full article is available on the Glossa page.
A special “Mayan Linguistics” edition of the journal Language and Linguistics Compass was just published, featuring articles by Ryan Bennett, Jessica Coon, and Robert Henderson. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/lnc3.v10.10/issuetoc)
Congratulations to Yuliya Manyakina who just completed her MA thesis on noun incorporation in Mi’gmaq. Her thesis can be downloaded here. Yuliya first began working on Mi’gmaq during the 2011 Field Methods course at McGill, and has been an active member of the Mi’gmaq Research Partnership.