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Topics in Kashmiri Linguistics

 
Omkar N. Koul (Editor) Kashi Wali (Editor)
Synopsis Topics in Kashmiri Linguistics include papers related to Hindi Syntax and Semantics. The papers are contributed by Kashi Wali (WH Questioins in Marathi and Kashmiri), Kashi Wali and Ashok K. Koul (Kashmiri Clitics: The Role of Case and CASE), Kashi Wali, Omkar N. Koul (Long shadows of Ergativity in Kashmiri and Marathi), Kashi Wali, Omkar N. Koul and Ashok K. Koul (Multiple Case Marking in Kashmiri Possessive: Traditional and Modern perspective), Kashi Wali, Omkar N. Koul and Ashok K. Koul (The Significance of Topic in a V2 Language: Evidence from Kashmiri) Peter Edwin Hook and Ashok K. Koul (Under the Surface of the South Asian Linguistics Area: More on the Syntax of Derived Transitives and Causatives in Kashmiri), Achla Misri Raina (The Verb Second Phenomenon in Kashmiri, estella Del Bon (Personal Inflexions and Order of Clitics in Kashmiri), and Peter Edwin Hook and Omkar N. Koul (The verb laayun is not an Exception). Linguists, language teachers and students interested in Kashmiri language and linguistics will find this volume quite useful.
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About the authors

Omkar N. Koul

Dr. Omkar N. Koul is Chairman of the Indian Institute of Language Studies. He has held the positions of Director, and Professor-cum-Deputy Director of the Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, Professor of LBS National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, and Principal of Northern Regional Language center, Patiala. His publications related to Kashmiri language and linguistics include Linguistics Studies in Kashmiri (1977), Kashmiri: A Socio linguistics Survey (co-author), 1983), An intensive Course in Kashmsiri (1985), Spoken Kashmiri: A Language Course (1987), An Intermediate Course in Kashmiri (1995), Kashmiri: A Descriptive-Cognitive Grammar (co-author, 1997), Kashmiri Language Linguistics and Culture: An Annotated Bibliography (2000) and a large number of papers.

Kashi Wali

Dr. Kashi Wali is a visiting Professor at the Cornell and Syracuse Universities. She has been working on Kashmiri for last two decades and has published extensively in the fields of linguistics and South Asian languages. Her publications include Marathi Syntax: A Study of Reflexives (1989), Kashmiri: A Descriptive-Cognitive Grammar (co-author 1997), Lexical Anaphora and pronouns in Selected South Asian Languages (co-editor 2000) and a large number of papers.

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Bibliographic information

Title Topics in Kashmiri Linguistics
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Creative Books
Language: English
isbn 8186318992
length viii+152p., Figures; Tables; References; 22cm.