Niger-Congo Personal Pronouns Workshop


A workshop on personal pronouns in Niger-Congo languages will be held in St. Petersburg (Russia) on September 13-15, 2010.

The following materials for the Workshop can be downloaded below:

Babaev, Kirill. On the Reconstruction of Person Marking in South-Western Mande.

Davydov, Artem. Historical Morphology of Personal Pronouns in Manding.

Friedman, H. Quelques remarques sur les marques personnelles de l’ébira.

Hyman, Larry M. Pronoun systems in Grassfields Bantu.

Khachaturyan, Maria. The syntactic approach to pronominal systems in South and South-Western Mande languages.

Konoshenko, Maria. Indirect Object Marking in Kpelle: Dative Pronominals and Postpositional Agreement.

Kuznetsova, Natalia. Series of personal pronouns in Guro.

Kuznetsova, Olga. Transformation of a post-verbal pronoun in Guro into a tonal morpheme.

Makeeva, Nadezda. Pronoms réfléchis en kla-dan.

McGill, Stuart. Person and gender: competing agreement paradigms in Cicipu

Mishchenko, Daria. Pronominal system of the Looma language: the Woi-Balagha dialect.

Moñino, Yves. La structuration du système pronominal en proto-gbaya.

Nikitina, Tatiana. Logophoricity and number in Wan (Southeastern Mande).

Perekhvalskaya, Elena. Pronouns and pronominal compounds in Mwan.

Pozdniakov, Konstantin. Analogical changes in Niger-Congo pronominal systems.

Prokhorov, Kirill. Towards a reconstruction of the Proto-Dogon pronominal system.

Rolle, Nicholas. Non-participant personal pronouns in Esan: Feature geometry and reflexes of structure.

Schadeberg, Thilo. Pronouns and concords in Ebang (Heiban, Kordofanian).

Segerer, Guillaume. Qui se ressemble s'assemble: Analyse quantitative de l'unification par analogie au sein des systèmes de marques personnelles.

Vydrin, Valentin. Co-ordinative pronouns in Southern and South-Western Mande: A second compound pronouns area in Africa?

Vydrina, Alexandra. A reflexive pronoun in Kakabe.

Vinogradov, Victor. Pronouns in Grassland Bantu (Cameroon).

Zheltov, Alexandre. 1 and 2 person in Niger-Congo languages: together or separately, and who is “higher” in the latter case.