Dernière mise à jour : 15/10/2014

Spike GILDEA

  • Professeur, Université Oregon

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✉ spike@uoregon.edu

  • Axes :
  • Description, Typologie, Terrain




 PRINCIPALES PUBLICATIONS ET CONFÉRENCES

  • Ouvrages édités
    • Guillaume, A. & Gildea, S. (eds), 2018, "The evolution of argument coding patterns in South American languages", Journal of Historicial Linguistics, 8:1, 167 p. p.

    • Gildea, S. (ed), 1999, "Reconstructing grammar comparative linguistics and grammaticalization", John benjamins publishing company

  • Articles de revues
    • Gildea, S. & Guillaume, A., 2018, "Introduction: The evolution of argument coding patterns in South American languages", Journal of Historical Linguistics (Special issue on 'The evolution of argument coding patterns in South American languages', edited by A. Guillaume & S. Gildea)), 8:1, pp. 1-6

    • Gildea, S., 2006, "The development of tense markers from demonstrative pronouns in panare (cariban)", Studies in Language, 17

  • Communications
    • Gildea, S. & Walther, G., 2015, "Information load determines optionality in Cariban", System Typology session - 11th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT11), Albuquerque, August 1-3

    • Cáceres, N. & Gildea, S., 2014, "Patient Nominalization > Passive in Panare and Ye’kwana (Cariban)", Voice Systems in Diachrony: a Comparative Perspective, Università di Pavia, Pavie, Italie, 11 septembre