Papers of the Fiftieth Algonquian Conference /

"Papers of the Algonquian Conference is a collection of peer-reviewed scholarship from an annual international forum that focuses on topics related to the languages and cultures of Algonquian peoples. This series touches on a variety of subject areas, including anthropology, archaeology, educat...

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Other Authors: Noodin, Margaret (Editor), Macaulay, Monica Ann (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, [2021]
Series:Papers of the Algonquian Conference Ser.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • 50th Algonquian Conference Retrospective / Richard Preston
  • Algonquian Studies: Where We Came from and Where We Are Going / Mary Ann Naokwegijig- Corbiere
  • The Importance of Being Not-Obviative / Irene Appelbaum
  • The Benign Neglect of Language Materials by Historians: A Northeastern Oklahoma Case Study / Amy Dianne Bergseth
  • A Meskwaki Construction in Narrative Texts: Independent Pronoun + Full NP / Amy Dahlstrom
  • The Syntax of (IR)REALIS in Innu / Rose-Marie Dechaine, Monique Dufresne
  • A Ditransitive Analysis of Possessor Raising in Mi'kmaw: Distinct Licensing for Possessor and Possessum / Yvonne Denny, Arlene Stevens, Elizabeth Paul, Barbara Sylliboy, Dianne Friesen
  • Nominalization Strategies in Plains Cree: An Analysis of the -win Suffix / Lex Giesbrecht, Jordan Lachler
  • The Acquisition of Obviation in Northern East Cree: Evidence from Possessive Constructions / Ryan E. Henke
  • Derivational Functions of Theme Signs in Oji-Cree / Sarah Hoffman, Will Oxford
  • Gatherings: The Transformation of Algonquin Settlement Patterns in the 19th Century / Leila Inksetter
  • The Bible in "Plain" Cree: A Look at the Language of the 1862 Translation / Bill Jancewicz
  • Denominative and Quantitative Verbs of Possession in Plains Cree / H.C. Wolfart.