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    • A Grammar of Wampis 

      Peña, Jaime (University of Oregon, 2016-02-23)
      This dissertation constitutes the first attempt at describing the grammar of Wampis (Spanish: Huambisa), a language spoken in the Peruvian Amazon. Wampis belongs to the so-called Jivaroan family of languages and is closely ...
    • A Grammar of Northern and Southern Gumuz 

      Ahland, Colleen (University of Oregon, 2012)
      Gumuz is a Nilo-Saharan dialect cluster spoken in the river valleys of northwestern Ethiopia and the southeastern part of the Republic of the Sudan. There are approximately 200,000 speakers, the majority of which reside ...
    • A GRAMMAR OF NORTHERN MAO (MÀWÉS AAS’È) 

      Ahland, Michael (University of Oregon, 2012)
      Northern Mao is an endangered Afroasiatic-Omotic language of western Ethiopia with fewer than 5,000 speakers. This study is a comprehensive grammar of the language, written from a functional/typological perspective which ...
    • Topics in Ho Morphophonology and Morphosyntax 

      Pucilowski, Anna (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      Ho, an under-documented North Munda language of India, is known for its complex verb forms. This dissertation focuses on analysis of several features of those complex verbs, using data from original fieldwork undertaken ...