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|Name:||Heather Littlefield (IPA: Heather Littlefield)|
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|Specialty:||lexical and functional categories (structure, acquisition)|
|Selected Publications:||Littlefield, H. (2006) Syntax and Acquisition in the Prepositional Domain: Evidence from English for fine-grained syntactic categories. Dissertation. Boston University.
Littlefield, H. (2005) “Lexical and Functional Prepositions in Acquisition: Evidence for a Hybrid Category.” Boston University Conference on Language Development 29, Online Proceedings Supplement.
Githiora, C, H. Littlefield, & V. Manfredi (eds). (2004) Trends in African Linguistics 6: Kinyi)ra Nji)ra!--Step Firmly on the Pathway. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.
Littlefield, H. (2003) “The Developmental Patterns of Prepositions and Homophonous Adverbs and Particles.” Manuscript, Boston University.
Littlefield, H. (2003) “Object Asymmetry in Fula Applicatives.” Manuscript, Boston University.
Littlefield, H. (2002) “Book Review: Beyond Ebonics.” Linguistics and Education 13 (1): 137-141.*
*Note: this review was the third most requested piece (including both full articles and reviews) from this journal during 2002, as judged by hits on the publisher's website.
Greenhill, A., H. Littlefield, & C. Tano (eds). (1999) Boston University Conference on Language Development Proceedings 23. Boston: Cascadilla Press.
Greenhill, A., M. Hughes, H. Littlefield, and H. Walsh (eds). (1998) Boston University Conference on Language Development Proceedings 22. Boston: Cascadilla Press.
Littlefield, H. (1997) “Language Policy and Education Reform in West Africa.” Master’s Thesis, Boston University.
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|Dissertation Abstract:||Syntax and Acquisition in the Prepositional Domain: Evidence from English for fine-grained syntactic categories|
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