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- ISBN: 9780198795841 | 019879584X
- Cover: Hardcover
- Copyright: 1/1/2019
Heiko Narrog, Professor at the Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku
Heiko Narrog is Professor at Tohoku University. He received a PhD in Japanese Studies from the Ruhr University Bochum in 1997, and a PhD in Language Studies from Tokyo University in 2002. He is the author of Modality in Japanese and the Layered Structure of the Clause (Benjamins, 2009), and Modality, Subjectivity, and Semantic Change: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective (OUP, 2012) as well as numerous articles in linguistic typology, semantics and language change, and Japanese linguistics.
Bernd Heine is Emeritus Professor at the Institute of African Studies, University of Cologne. He has held visiting professorships at universities across the world, including Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, La Trobe University, the University of Cape Town, Dartmouth College, and Universidade Federal Fluminense. His many publications include The Changing Languages of Europe (OUP, 2006) and The Genesis of Grammar: A Reconstruction (OUP, 2007), both with Tania Kuteva.
Bernd Heine and Heiko Narrog are co-editors of the OUP volumes The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis (2010; second edition 2015) and The Oxford Handbook of Grammaticalization (2010).
1. Introduction: Typology and grammaticalization, Heiko Narrog and Bernd Heine
2. Grammaticalization in Africa: Two contrasting hypothese, Bernd Heine
3. Typological features of grammaticalization in Semitic, Mohssen Esseesy
4. Grammaticalization and inflectionalization in Iranian, Geoffrey Haig
5. Grammaticalization in the languages of Europe, Osten Dahl
6. Revisiting the anasynthetic spiral, Martin Haspelmath
7. Grammaticalization in the North Caucasian Languages, Peter Arkadiev &Timur Maisak
8. Grammaticalization in Turkic, Lars Johanson and Eva A. Csato
9. Grammaticalization in Japanese and Korean, Heiko Narrog, Seongha Rhee, and John Whitman
10. Grammaticalization processes in the languages of South Asia, Alexander R. Coupe
11. Grammaticalization in isolating languages and the notion of complexity, Umberto Ansaldo, Walter Bisang, and Pui Yiu Szeto
12. Typology and grammaticalization in the Papuan languages of Timor, Alor, and Pantar, Marian Klamer
13. Grammaticalization and typology in Australian Aboriginal languages: Evidence from second position clitic constructions, Ilana Mushin
14. Grammaticalization in Oceanic languages, Claire Moyse-Faurie
15. Shaping typology through grammaticalization: North America, Marianne Mithun
16. Areal diffusion and the limits of grammaticalization: An Amazonian perspective, Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
17. Diachronic stories of body-part nouns in some language families of South America, Roberto Zariquiey
18. Addressing questions of grammaticalization in creoles: It's all about the methodology, Hiram Smith
19. Is grammaticalization in Creoles different?, John McWhorter