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Haurholm-Larsen, Steffen (2016). A Grammar of Garifuna. (Dissertation, University of Bern, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Linguistics)


Haurholm, Steffen (September 2015). Gender marking recruited as number marking in Garifuna (Arawak) (Unpublished). In: 48th meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. Leiden, Netherlands. 02.-05.09.2015.

Haurholm, Steffen (January 2015). Why state the obvious? Tense-aspect marking as a clue to information structure in Garifuna (Unpublished). In: Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas annual meeting. Portland, Oregon, USA. 08.-11.01.2015.

Haurholm-Larsen, Steffen (2015). Clitics, affixes, and wordhood in Garifuna (Arawak): A multidimensional continuum of morphosyntactic boundness. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia, 47(2), pp. 81-100. Routledge 10.1080/03740463.2015.1097089


Haurholm, Steffen (December 2014). Exploring grammatical categories of Tol: a journey into the unknown (Unpublished). In: State of the Art of Mesoamerican Linguistics. Leipzig, Germany. December, 2014.

Haurholm, Steffen (November 2014). Exploring grammatical categories of Tol: a journey into the unknown (Unpublished). In: Bernerzirkel talk series, University of Bern. Bern, Schweiz. November, 2014.

Haurholm, Steffen (September 2014). Two kinds of clitics in Garifuna? (Unpublished). In: 47th meeting of Societas Linguistica Europaea. Poznan, Poland. September, 2014.

Haurholm, Steffen (June 2014). Interaktion mellem progressivt aspekt og andre verbalkategorier i garifuna (Unpublished). In: Tempus- og aspektseminar, University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark. June, 2014.

Haurholm, Steffen (May 2014). Discourse and adverbial enclitics in Garifuna - A preliminary view (Unpublished). In: BeLing Colloquium, Universität Bern. Bern, Switzerland. May, 2014.

Haurholm-Larsen, Steffen (2014). Dixon, R.M.W. 2012. Basic Linguistic Theory. Volume 3. Further Grammatical Topics. Studies in Language, 38(4), pp. 1005-1013. John Benjamins 10.1075/sl.38.4.11hau

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