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Name: Jean-François  R.  Mondon
Institution: Minot State University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: ND
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Language Family(ies): Celtic
Selected Publications: 2015. Intensive Intermediate Latin. Routledge.
2014. Intensive Basic Latin. Routledge.
2014. A Syntactically Parsed Reader of Caesar's De Bello Gallico. Routledge.
2012. Grabar: An Introduction to Classical Armenian. Lincom Europa.
2008 [2010]. “The development of interconsonantal laryngeals in Classical Armenian,” in Historische Sprachwissenschaft 121: 162-180.
2009. “A Reassessment of Anti-Homophony in Bulgarian,” in Penn Working Papers in Linguistics, 16.1.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Introduction to Classical Armenian
 GRABAR
 Intensive Basic Latin
Courses Taught: Phonology
Intro to ling.
Old English
Latin
Morphology
Dissertation Abstract: The Nature of Homophony and its Effects on Diachrony and Synchrony
Reviewer of: Elementary Lessons in Historical English Grammar Containing Accidence and Word-Formation (LL Issue 24.551)
Small-Language Fates and Prospects (LL Issue 26.1298)
Latin Historical Phonology Workbook (LL Issue 26.3058)
The Phonology of Welsh (LL Issue 25.4632)



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