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Carol Rose Little
Carol Rose Little
Assistant professor of linguistics, University of Oklahoma
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Mutual dependencies of nominal and clausal syntax in Ch'ol
CR Little
Cornell University, 2020
92020
Left branch extraction, object shift, and freezing effects in Tumbalá Ch’ol
CR Little
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 5 (1), 2020
62020
Classifiers and the definite article in Indonesian
CR Little, E Winarto
Proceedings of the 49th North East Linguistics Society 2, 209-220, 2019
62019
Focus in Ch’ol
L Clemens, J Coon, CR Little, MV Martínez
Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA), 2017
62017
A compositional morphosemantic analysis of exclusivity in Ch’ol
CR Little, M Wiegand
Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America 3 (1), 70-1–15, 2018
52018
Language research and revitalization through a community–university partnership: The Mi'gmaq research partnership
CR Little, T Wysote, E McClay, J Coon
52015
La distribución e interpretación de sustantivos en el ch'ol: Un estudio práctico de corpus
CR Little, MV Martínez
Form and Analysis in Mayan Linguistics (FAMLi) 5, 2018
22018
Modeling obviation in Algonquian
CR Little, M Moroney
Proceedings of 9th conference of the Semantics of Under-Represented …, 2016
22016
Evidentiality in Mi’gmaq
CR Little
45th Algonquian Conference, University of Ottawa, 2013
22013
Student perspectives on Mi'gmaq language-learning through multi-modal teaching: A community-linguistics partnership
E McClay, C Little, MB Wysote, S Vicaire, T Wysote, M Metallic, J Metallic, ...
22013
The Finnish partitive in counting and measuring constructions
PR Sutton, CR Little
Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 24 (2), 336-353, 2020
12020
Classifying classifiers: Two kinds of numeral classifiers across languages
CR Little, M Moroney, J Royer
94th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. New Orleans, LA, 2020
12020
A feature-based analysis of the Ch’ol (Mayan) person paradigm
CR Little
Proceedings of the 44th Berkeley Linguistics Society, 147-161, 2018
12018
A binary feature analysis of Mi’gmaq number agreement
CR Little
West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL), 35.242-50, 2018
12018
Negation and indefinite pronouns in Mi’gmaq
CR Little
Papers of the forty-sixth Algonquian conference, 141-161, 2017
12017
Modeling the proximate/obviative contrast in Algonquian languages
CR Little, M Moroney
Presentation given at Semantics of Under-Represented Languages in the Americas, 2016
12016
Inanimate nouns as subjects in Mi’gmaq: Consequences for agreement morphology
CR Little
Proceedings of the 21st Workshop on the Structure and Constituency of …, 2016
12016
Translators' Note: Translating Ch'ol A Bridge between Linguistics and Poetry
CR Little, C Friedman
World Literature Today 96 (2), 8-8, 2022
2022
Three Poems from Chiapas
JP Montejo, CR Little, C Friedman
World Literature Today 96 (2), 32-32, 2022
2022
Two types of numeral classifiers: Evidence from Shan, Ch’ol (and Chuj)
M Moroney, CR Little, J Royer
2021
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