8 langues concernées

90114Niger-Kordofan > Niger-Congo
NomsMande-Atlantic-Congo ; Niger-Congo ; Niger-Kongo ; Proto-Niger-Congo ; niger-congo

57 titres trouvés

[2138]   Bendor-Samuel, John Theodor (1986) : Niger-Congo today
[2139]   Bendor-Samuel, John Theodor (Ed) (1987) : The Niger-Kordofanian-Congo language family
[2141]   Bendor-Samuel, John Theodor (Ed) (1989) : The Niger-Congo languages: a classification and description of Africa’s largest language family
[2161]   Bennett, Patrick R. & Jan P. Sterk (1977) : South Central Niger-Congo: a reclassification
[2575]   Blench, Roger M. (1995) : Is Niger-Congo simply a branch of Nilo-Saharan?
[2783]   Bokula, Moiso (1984) : Le point des recherches sur la classification des langues Niger-Congo-Kordofaniennes
[2811]   Bôle-Richard, Rémy (1985) : Hypothèse sur la genèse de la nasalité en Niger-Congo
[3042]   Boyd, Raymond (1978) : Etudes comparatives: a propos des ressemblances lexicales entre langues niger-congo et nilo-saharienne
[3868]   Casali, Roderic F. (2003) : [ATR] value asymmetries and underlying vowel inventory structure in Niger-Congo and Nilo-Saharan
[4208]   Claudi, Ulrike (1993) : Die Stellung von Verb und Objekt in Niger-Kongo-Sprachen: ein Beitrag zur Rekonstruktion historischer Syntax
[5157]   Demuth, Katherine Alison , Nicholas G. Faraclas & Lynell Marchese (1985) : Niger-Congo noun class and agreement systems in historical and acquisition perspective
[5158]   Demuth, Katherine Alison , Nicholas G. Faraclas & Lynell Marchese (1986) : Niger-Congo noun classes and agreement systems in language acquisition and historical change
[5212]   Der-Houssikian, Haig (1972) : The evidence for a Niger-Congo hypothesis
[7156]   Gensler, Orin David (1997) : Grammaticalization, typology and Niger-Congo word order: progress on a still-unsolved problem
[7200]   Gerhardt, Ludwig (1986) : Die Niger-Kongo-Sprachen
[7312]   Givón, Talmy (1975) : Serial verbs and syntactic change: Niger-Congo
[7589]   Greenberg, Joseph Harold (1949) : Studies in African linguistic classification. Part 1: introduction; the Niger-Congo family
[7642]   Greenberg, Joseph Harold (1977) : Niger-Congo noun class markers: prefixes, suffixes, both or neither
[8513]   Heine, Bernd (1980) : Language typology and linguistic reconstruction: the Niger-Congo case
[9081]   Horton, Robin (1995) : The Niger-Congo diaspora: language, geography and history
[9439]   Hyman, Larry Michael (1975) : On the change from SOV to SVO: evidence from Niger-Congo
[10605]   Kähler-Meyer, Emmi (1971) : Niger-Congo, Eastern Bantu
[11191]   Kouwenberg, Silvia & Darlene la Charité (2004) : Echoes of Africa: reduplication in Caribbean creole and Niger-Congo languages
[11826]   Lefebvre, Claire & Isabelle Haïk (Ed) (19--) : Niger-Congo syntax and semantics 2
[12965]   Manfredi, Victor B. (Ed) (1988) : Niger-Congo syntax and semantics 1
[12973]   Manfredi, Victor B. & Karl H. Reynolds (Ed) (1995) : Niger-Congo syntax and semantics 6: proceedings of the 1993 Niger-Congo Workshop, Boston University
[15868]   Olson, Kenneth S. (2004) : An evaluation of Niger-Congo classification
[17965]   Schadeberg, Thilo C. (1986) : The lexicostatistic base of Bennett and Sterk’s reclassification of Niger-Congo with particular reference to the cohesion of Bantu
[19055]   Stewart, John Massie (1971) : Niger-Kongo, Kwa
[19081]   Stewart, John Massie (2002) : The potential of Proto-Potou-Akanic-Bantu as a pilot for Proto-Niger-Congo, and the reconstructions updated
[20857]   Welmers, William Everrett (1963) : Associative a and ka in Niger-Congo
[20871]   Welmers, William Everrett (1971) : Niger-Congo, Mande
[21247]   Williamson, Kay [Ruth] [Margaret] (1982) : The classification of East Niger-Congo
[21256]   Williamson, Kay [Ruth] [Margaret] (1986) : Niger-Congo: SVO or SOV?
[21261]   Williamson, Kay [Ruth] [Margaret] (1989) : Niger-Congo overview
[21275]   Williamson, Kay [Ruth] [Margaret] & Roger M. Blench (2000) : Niger-Congo
[21276]   Williamson, Kay [Ruth] [Margaret] (2004) : Implosives in Mande-Atlantic-Congo
[21393]   Wolf, Paul Polydoor de (1981) : Das Niger-Kongo (ohne Bantu)
[21395]   Wolf, Paul Polydoor de (1983) : The ku/a-gender in Bantoid, Benue-Congo and Niger-Congo
[22852]   Wiesemann, Ursula (1988) : Niger-Congo noun class systems
[23271]   Maho, Jouni Filip (2005) : Draft bibliography for Niger-Congo noun class studies
[23347]   Meeussen, Achille Emiel (1976) : Noun class systems in Niger-Congo
[23610]   Casali, Roderic F. (1995) : Patterns of glide formation in Niger-Congo: an optimality account
[24100]   Williamson, Kay [Ruth] [Margaret] (2003) : Typical vowel systems and processes in West African Niger-Congo languages
[24734]   Hyman, Larry Michael (2007) : Niger-Congo Verb Extensions: Overview and Discussion
[24765]   Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2007) : Focus Strategies in African Languages; The Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic
[25345]   Babaev, Kyrill V. (2011) : Niger-Congo reconstruction project and the perspectives of Niger-Congo comparative studies
[25458]   Pozdniakov, Konstantin , Valentin Vydrin & Alexander Zheltov (2010) : Personal Pronouns in Niger-Congo Languages
[25473]   Pozdniakov, Konstantin (2010) : Analogical changes in Niger-Congo pronominal systems
[25480]   Zheltov, Alexander Jurievich (2010) : 1 and 2 person in Niger-Congo languages: together or separately, and who is “higher” in the latter case
[25545]   Anyanwu, Rose-Juliet (2012) : On the strategic partnership of verbs – Serial verbs in Niger-Congo languages
[25876]   Zheltov, Alexander (2009) : Brothers, sisters, and noun class typology: what is special about Niger-Congo?
[26570]   Hammarström, Harald (2013) : Noun class parallels in Kordofanian and Niger-Congo – evidence of genealogical inheritance?
[27046]   Safir, Ken & Naga Selvanathan (2017) : Niger-Congo transitive reciprocal constructions and polysemy with reflexives
[27201]   Good, Jeff (2017) : Niger-Congo languages
[27398]   Kießling, Roland (2013) : On the origin of Niger Congo nominal classification
[27446]   Pozdniakov, Konstantin (2018) : The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction