|Title||Qualitative morphological complexity: The Case of Athabaskan|
|Description:||Powerpoint presentation for the workshop, "Growth and Decline of Morphological Complexity," organized by the Surrey Morphology Group, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany, April 28, 2012. Explanation of Qualitative Morphological Complexity theory and how Athabascan languages, i.e., the Upper Kuskowkim language as an example of this linguistic behavior. Digital file only.|
|Comments||Research supported by NSF grant, "IPY: Documenting Alaskan and Neighboring Languages."|
Kibrik, Andrej A. (author)
Link to this page: http://www.uaf.edu/anla/item.xml?id=UK997K2012b
Users may experience a delay when accessing digital files. If your browser times out, simply wait a minute or so and then reload the page. The delay is caused by the mass storage system occasionally needing to load data into the disk cache.
Permission to use digital content for non-commercial, educational purposes is granted under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. Report inappropriate content to uaf-anla-dept [at] alaska.edu.