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Baerman, Matthew, Palancar, Enrique L. and Feist, Timothy (2019) Inflectional class complexity in the Oto-Manguean languages Amerindia, 41. pp. 1-18.

Palancar, E and Feist, T (2016) Number agreement with subjects in Amuzgo: A rare split in verbal inflection Linguistic Typology.

Palancar, EL and Feist, T (2015) Agreeing with subjects in number: The rare split of Amuzgo verbal inflection LINGUISTIC TYPOLOGY, 19 (3). pp. 337-383.

Palancar, EL (2013) The evolution of number in Otomi The many faces of the dual STUDIES IN LANGUAGE, 37 (1). pp. 94-143.

Palancar, EL (2012) A typology of split conjunction LINGUISTIC TYPOLOGY, 16 (2). pp. 264-319.

Palancar, EL (2012) The conjugation classes of Tilapa Otomi: An approach from canonical typology LINGUISTICS, 50 (4). pp. 783-832.

Hernandez-Green, N, Palancar, EL and Hernandez-Gomez, S (2011) The Spanish loanword lado in Otomi spatial descriptions LANGUAGE SCIENCES, 33 (6). pp. 961-980.

Palancar, EL (2011) The conjugations of Colonial Otomi Transactions of the Philological Society, 109 (3). pp. 246-264.

Palancar, EL (2011) Oblique reflexives in Spanish: A constructional account of si and si mismo PROBUS, 23 (1). pp. 57-103.

Palancar, EL (2011) Revisiting the conjugation classes of Eastern Highlands Otomi STUF - Language Typology and Universals, 64 (3). pp. 213-236.


Palancar, EL (2007) Cutting and breaking verbs in Otomi: An example of lexical specification COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS, 18 (2). pp. 307-317.

Palancar, EL (2006) Property concepts in Otomi: A language with no adjectives International Journal of American Linguistics, 72 (3). pp. 325-366.

Palancar, EL (2006) Intransitivity and the origins of middle voice in Otomi LINGUISTICS, 44 (3). pp. 613-643.

Book Section

Feist, T and Palancar, E (2015) Tracing the emergence of inflectional tone in Cuicatec In: Tone and inflection: New data under new perspectives. De Gruyter Mouton.

Baerman, Matthew and Palancar, E (2014) The organization of Chinantec tone paradigms In: Proccedings of the Décembrettes. 8th International conference on morphology. December 6-7, 2012. Carnets de grammaire . UNSPECIFIED, pp. 46-59.

Conference or Workshop Item

Feist, T and Palancar, E (2015) The rare plural subject split of Amuzgo verbs In: Journée d'étude: ‘Approches formelles, quantitatives et descriptives des systèmes morphologiques, 2015-10-13, University of Chicago Center in Paris, Paris.

Feist, T and Palancar, E (2014) The singular/plural split and the marking of verb inflectional classes in San Pedro Amuzgo In: 16th International Morphology Meeting (IMM 16), 2014-05-29 - 2014-06-01, Budapest, Hungary.

Feist, T and Palancar, E (2014) Patrones en la flexión tonal del cuicateco In: Coloquio sobre lenguas otomangues y vecinas (COLOV) 6, 2014-04-24 - 2014-04-27, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Feist, T and Palancar, E (2013) Disentangling the tonal inflection of Cuicatec In: Workshop: Tons et Paradigmes Flexionnels: Modélisation et Parcimonie, 2013-06-17 - 2013-06-18, Maison de la Recherche, Université de Paris 3, Paris.


Palancar, E, Baerman, Matthew and Feist, T (2016) New lights on inflectional classes: Endangered complexity in the Oto-Manguean languages of Mexico. UNSPECIFIED.


Palancar, EL and Feist, T Oto-Manguean Inflectional Class Database [Dataset]

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