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Gelderen, Elly van (1993) ‘The Rise of Functional Categories.’ Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [details]

Gelderen, Elly van (2004) ‘Grammaticalization as Economy.’ Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [details]

Georgiev, V I. (1973) ‘Interdependenz von Syntax und Morphologie.’ In: Redard, Georges (ed.), Indogermanische und Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft. Wiesbaden: Reichert. p. 59-65. [details]

Givón, Talmy (1971) ‘Historical syntax and synchronic morphology. An archeologist’s field trip.’ In: CLS 7. p. 394-415. [details]

Givón, Talmy (1976) ‘Topic, Pronoun, and Grammatical Agreement.’ In: Li, C. N. (ed.), Subject and Topic. New York: Academic Press. p. 149-188. [details]

Givón, Talmy (1979) ‘From discourse to syntax: Grammar as a processing strategy.’ In: Givón, Talmy (ed.), Syntax and Semantics. New York: Academic Press. p. 81-112. [details]

Goddard, Cliff (1982) ‘Case systems and case marking in Australian languages: a new interpretation.’ Australian Journal of linguistics 2. p. 167-96. [details]

Golston, Chris (1995) ‘Syntax Outranks Phonology: Evidence from Ancient Greek.’ Phonology 12. p. 343--368. [details]

Gouskova, Maria (2007) ‘The reduplicative template in Tonkawa.’ Phonology 24. p. 367-396. [details]

Greenberg, Joseph (1978) ‘How does a language aquire gender markers.’ In: Greenberg, J.; Ferguson, C.A. and Moravcsik, E. (eds.), How does a language aquire gender markers. Stanford: Stanford University Press. p. 47-82. [details]

Grimshaw, Jane (1997) ‘The Best Clitic: Constraint Conflict in Morphosyntax.’ In: Haegeman, Liliane (ed.), Elements of Grammar. Kluwer Academic Publishers. p. 169-196. [details]

Haas, Mary (1970) ‘From auxiliary verb phrase to inflectional suffix.’ In: Li, C. N. (ed.), Mechanisms of Syntactic Change. Austin: University of Texas Press. p. 525-537. [details]

Haas, William (1957) ‘Zero in linguistics description.’ Studies in linguistic analysis. p. 33-53. [details]

Haiman, John (1971) ‘Targets and paradigmatic borrowing in Romantsch.’ Language 47(4). p. 797-809. [details]

Haiman, John (1991) ‘From V/2 to subject clitics: Evidence from Northern Italian.’ In: Traugott, E. and Heine, B. (eds.), Approaches to Grammaticalization. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. p. 135-157. [details]

Haiman, John and Benincà, Paola (1992) ‘The Rhaeto-Romance Languages.’ London and New York: Routledge. [details]

Hale, Mark (2007) ‘Historical Linguistics. Theory and Method.’ Oxford and Malden: Blackwell. [details]

Hall, Christopher J. (1988) ‘Integrating diachronic and processing principles in explaining the suffixing preference.’ In: Hawkins, J. A. (ed.), Explaining Language Universals. Oxford: Blackwell. p. 321- 349. [details]

Hall, Tracy Alan and Scott, John H. G. (2007) ‘Inflectional paradigms have a base: evidence from s-Dissimilation in Southern German dialects.’ Morphology 17(1). p. 151-178. [details]

Halle, Morris (1973) ‘Prolegomena to a theory of word formation. .’ Linguistic Inquiry 4. p. 3-16. [details]

Halle, Morris (1992) ‘The Latvian declension.’ Yearbook of Morphology 1991. p. 33-48. [details]

Halle, Morris (1997) ‘Impoverishment and fission.’ In: Bruening, Benjamin; Kang, Yoonjung and McGinnis, Martha (eds.), Papers at the Interface. Cambridge: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 30. p. 425-449. [details]

Halle, Morris (2003) ‘Infixation versus onset metathesis in Tagalog, Chamorro and Toba Batak.’ In: Ken Hale: a life in language. Cambridge: MIT Press. p. 153-168. [details]

Halle, Morris and Harris, James (2005) ‘Unexpected plural inflections in Spanish: reduplication and metathesis.’ Lingusitic Inquiry 36. p. 195-222. [details]

Halle, Morris and Marantz, Alec (1993) ‘Distributed Morphology and the Pieces of Inflection.’ In: Hale, Kenneth and Keyser, S. Jay (eds.), The View from Building 20. Cambridge MA: MIT Press. p. 111-176. [details]

Hamilton, William S. (1974) ‘Deep and surface changes in four Slavic noun systems.’ Linguistics 127. p. 27-73. [details]

Hansson, Gunnar Ólafur (1999) ‘'When in doubt…': intraparadigmatic dependencies and gaps in Icelandic. In:.’ In: Tamanji, Pius M.; Hirotani, Maki and Hall, Nancy (eds.), Proceedings of NELS 29. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications. p. 105-119. [details]

Harbour, Daniel (2003) ‘The Kiowa case for feature insertion.’ Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 21. p. 543-578. [details]

Harbour, Daniel,; Adger, David and Béjar, Susana (eds.) (2008) ‘Phi Theory: Phi-features across modules and interfaces.’ Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]

Harley, Heidi (2008) ‘When is a Syncretism more than a Syncretism? .’ In: Harbour, Daniel; Adger, David and Bejar, Susana (eds.), Phi Theory: Phi-Features Across Modules and Interfaces. Oxford: Oxford University Press. . p. 251-294. [details]

Harris, Alice C. (2009) ‘Exuberant exponence in Batsbi .’ Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 27. p. 267–303. [details]

Haspelmath, Martin (1993) ‘The diachronic externalization of inflection.’ Linguistics 31. p. 279-309. [details]

Haspelmath, Martin (1995) ‘The growth of affixes.’ Yearbook of Morphology 1994. p. 1-29. [details]

Haspelmath, Martin (2008) ‘Frequency vs. iconicity in explaining grammatical asymmetries.’ Cognitive Linguistics 19(1). p. 1-33. [details]

Hayes, Bruce and Abad, May (1989) ‘Reduplication and syllabification in Ilokano.’ Lingua 77. p. 331-374. [details]

Heath, Jeffrey (1991) ‘Pragmatic disguise in pronominal-affix paradigms.’ In: Plank, F. (ed.), Paradigms: The Economy of Inflection. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. p. 75-90. [details]

Heath, Jeffrey (1998) ‘Pragmatic skewing in 1 $\leftrightarrow$ 2 pronominal combinations in Native American Languages.’ International Journal of American Linguistics 64. p. 83--104. [details]

Heine, Bernd; Claudi, Ulrike and Hünnemeyer, Friederike (1991) ‘Grammaticalizazion: A Conceptual Framework.’ Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [details]

Heine, Bernd and Kuteva, Tania (2002) ‘World Lexicon of Grammaticalization.’ Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]

Heine, Bernd and Reh, Mechthild (1984) ‘Grammaticalization and Reanalysis in African Languages.’ Hamburg: Helmut Buske. [details]

Helmbrecht, Johannes (1999) ‘The typology of 1st person marking and its cognitive background.’ In: Hiraga, Masako K.; Sinha, Chris and Wilcox, Sherman (eds.), Cultural, Psychological and Typological issues in Cognitive Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. p. 285-297. [details]

Hendricks, Sean (1999) ‘Reduplication without template constraints: a study in bare-consonant reduplication.’ University of Arizona. [details]

Hetzron, Robert (1975) ‘Where the Grammar Fails.’ Language 51(4). p. 859-872. [details]

Hewson, John (1989) ‘Motivated Syncretism.’ Journal of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association 11. p. 39-56. [details]

Hjelmslev, Louis (1943/61) ‘Prolegomena to a theory of language (translation of Omkring sprogteoriens brundlaeggelse).’ Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. [details]

Hock, Hans H. (1991) ‘Principles of Historical Linguistics.’ Mouton de Gruyter. [details]

Hodge, Carleton T. (1970) ‘The linguistic cycle.’ Language Sciences 13. p. 1-7. [details]

Hopper, Paul and Traugott, Elizabeth (1993) ‘Grammaticalization.’ Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]

Horwood, Graham (2001) ‘Antifaithfulness and subtractive morphology..’ Ms., Rutgers University. [details]

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