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Readership: Syntacticians; Morphologists; Phonologists; all those wishing to understand more about the typological significance of Kayardild.
Erich R. Round, Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Queensland
Having spent nine months in the field with the last speakers of Kayardild, Erich R. Round received his doctorate from Yale University in 2009 and completed a post-doctoral appointment at Yale in 2011. He is now Lecturer in Linguistics at the University of Queensland, Australia, where he continues his research on typological and theoretical morphology and phonology.
2: Morphological Structures
3: Specific Stems and Suffixes
4: Correlates of Inflection
5: The Clause and VP
6: The DP
7: DP Juxtaposition
8: Feature Percolation
11: Constraint-based Realizational Morphology