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Name: Elsa  Gomez-Imbert
Institution: ERSS-CNRS-Université de Toulouse
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Homepage: http://w3.univ-tlse2.fr/erss/
State and/or Country: Lot
France   
Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Morphology
Phonology
Selected Publications: 1996. « When animals become 'rounded' and 'feminine' : conceptual categories and linguistic classification in a multilingual setting ». In Gumperz J. J., Levinson S. C., eds., Rethinking Linguistic Relativity. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, pp. 438-469.
1997. « Structure prosodique et processus segmentaux en barasana (langue Tukano orientale d'Amazonie colombienne) ». Cahiers de Grammaire 22, pp. 97-125. Toulouse : ERSS, Université Toulouse- Le Mirail.
1998. « Nasalité en barasana ». Langues et Grammaire (II-III) : Phonologie, pp. 43-60. Saint-Denis : Paris 8-Documents de Travail Langues & Grammaire #6.
1999. « Variations tonales sur fond d'exogamie linguistique ». Cahiers de Grammaire 24, pp. 67-94. Toulouse : ERSS, Université Toulouse-Le Mirail.
2000 (co-author Michael KENSTOWICZ). « Barasana tone and accent ». International Journal of American Linguistics 66.4, 419-463. Chicago : The University of Chicago Press.
2001. « More on the tone versus pitch-accent typology : evidence from Barasana and other Eastern Tukanoan languages ». Proceedings of the Second Symposium “ Cross-Linguistic Studies of Tonal phenomena. Tonogenesis, typology and Related Topics ”. Tokyo : ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, pp. 369-412.
2003. « Une langue du Nord-ouest amazonien : le barasana ». Faits de langues 21 : Méso-Amérique, Caraïbes, Amazonie vol. 2, pp. 171-183. Paris : Ophrys.
2003. « Voir et entendre comme sources de connaissance grammaticalement explicites ». In Vandeloise C., dir., Langues et cognition, chap. 4 : pp. 117-133. Paris : Hermès Science Publications.
2003. (co-author Bruna FRANCHETTO). « Review : The Amazonian Languages . Edited by R. M. W. Dixon and Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Pp. xxviii + 446. International Journal of American Linguistics 69.2, pp. 232-238. Chicago : University of Chicago Press.
2004. (co-author Bruna FRANCHETTO). « Artigo bibliográfico : Para o conhecimento das línguas da Amazônia: R.W. Dixon & A. Aikhenvald Amazonian languages ». MANA 10 (2) : pp. 377-396. PPGAS, Museu Nacional, U. Federal do Rio de Janeiro.
(2004-2005). « Fonología de dos idiomas tukano del Piraparaná : barasana y tatuyo ». Amerindia 29/30 : 43-80. Paris: CELIA.
2005. (co-author Sergio MEIRA). « Review : Language contact in Amazonia, Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald. Studies in Language 29.1: pp. 168-179.
(2007). « Nominal classification in Tukanoan languages ». In W. Leo Wetzels (ed.) Language Endangerment and Endangered Languages : Linguistic and Anthropological Studies with Special Emphasis on the Languages and Cultures of the Andean-Amazonian Border Area. Indigenous Languages of Latin America series (ILLA). Publications of the Research School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies (CNWS). Leiden University, The Netherlands.
(2007). « Construcciones seriales en tatuyo y barasana (familia TUKANO): hacia una tipología de la serialización verbal ». En A. Romero-Figueroa, A. Fernández Garay y A. Corbera Mori (eds.) Lenguas indígenas de América del Sur: Estudios descriptivo-tipológicos y sus contribuciones para la linguística teórica, pp. 172-189. Caracas: Ediciones UCAB.



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