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Recordings of Ranmo (Blafe)

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Brief description

Recordings of narratives, elicitation sessions, and natural speech in Ranmo (Blafe)

Associated grants:
Research Experience for Graduates (REG) Supplement (#1502502)
National Science Foundation

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (#1263754)
National Science Foundation/National Endowment for Humanities

Related publications:
2016. Pluractionality in Ranmo. Oceanic Linguistics 55(1): 25-51.
2016. Root alternation and verbal plurality in Ranmo. In University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 22(1): 197-206. Philadelphia, PA.
2016. Split ergativity and voice marking in Ranmo. In Proceedings of the 45th North East Linguistic Society, ed. by Thuy Bui and and Deniz Ozyildiz. Amherst, MA: GSLA.
2015. Pluractionality and the stative vs. eventive contrast in Ranmo. In Proceedings of the 41st Berkeley Linguistic Society. Berkeley, CA.

Created: 20 06 2014

Data time period: 12 10 2013 to 31 10 2013

This dataset is part of a larger collection

141.433,-8.427 141.433,-8.726 141.02,-8.726 141.02,-8.427 141.433,-8.427

141.2265,-8.5765

text: Papua New Guinea

iso31661: PG

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