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Name: Elena  L.  Bashir
Institution: University of Chicago
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Homepage: http://salc.uchicago.edu/faculty
State and/or Country: IL
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Linguistic Field(s): Typology
Specialty: Field linguistics, areal linguistics, typology
Subject Language(s): Urdu
Language Family(ies): Indo-European
Selected Publications: (forthcoming). Wakhi. To appear in The Iranian Languages, ed. G. Windfuhr. London: Routledge Curzon.

(in press). Contact-induced change in Khowar. In Saeed, Shafqat (ed.) New Perspectives on Pakistan: Contexts, Realities and Visions of the Future. Karachi: Oxford University Press, pp. 205-238.

2007b. Some transitional features of Eastern Balochi: An areal and diachronic perspective. In: The Baloch and Others: Linguistic, historical and socio-political perspectives on pluralism in Balochistan. Wiesbaden: Dr. Ludwig Reichert.

2007a. Evidentiality in South Asian Languages. In: The Proceedings of the LFG-06 Conference. http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/LFG/11/lfg06.html, pp. 30-50.

2004. Innovations in the Brahui verb system. Paper presented at the 24th South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable (SALA 24), Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, November 19-20, 2004.

2003. Dardic. In: The Indo-Aryan Languages, ed. G. Cardona. London: Routledge, pp. 818-94.

2001. Spatial Representation in Khowar. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

1991c. A Contrastive Analysis of Balochi and Urdu. Washington, D.C. and Peshawar, Pakistan: Academy for Educational Development, 300 p.

1991b. A Contrastive Analysis of Brahui and Urdu. Washington, D.C. and Peshawar, Pakistan: Academy for Educational Development, 298 p.

1991a. A Contrastive Analysis of Pashto and Urdu. Washington, D.C. and Peshawar, Pakistan: Academy for Educational Development, 295 pp.

1988. Inferentiality in Kalasha and Khowar. In: Proceedings of the 24th Regional Meeting (CLS 24). Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.
Courses Taught: Urdu language
Dissertation Abstract: Topics in Kalasha Syntax: An areal and typological perspective
Reviewer of: Lang Description: Holisky & Tuite (2003) (LL Issue 15.1937)
Typology: Aikhenvald & Dixon, eds. (2003) (LL Issue 14.1664)
Language Description: Tulpule & Feldhaus (2000) (LL Issue 12.1204)



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