• An acoustic analysis of Burmese tone 

      Kelly, Niamh Eileen (2012-12)
      This paper examines the acoustic characteristics that differentiate the four tones of Burmese: high, low, creaky and stopped. The majority of previous work on Burmese tone is impressionistic but recently has become ...
    • Aspects of phonology and morphology of Teotepec eastern Chatino 

      McIntosh, Justin Daniel (2015-05)
      This dissertation is a description of aspects of the phonetics, phonology and morphology of Teotepec Chatino (ISO 639-3 identifier: cya; here abbreviated as TEO), an indigenous language spoken by approximately 3800 people ...
    • Grammatical sketch of Teotepec Chatino 

      McIntosh, Justin Daniel (2011-05)
      Teotepec Chatino is a Zapotecan language of the Otomanguean stock, spoken in the Southeastern Sierra Madre, in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. Although other varieties of the Chatino language family have been described - ...
    • The phonology and inflectional morphology of Cháʔknyá, Tataltepec de Valdés Chatino, a Zapotecan language 

      Sullivant, John Ryan; 0000-0002-3968-7693 (2015-05)
      This dissertation is a description of the phonology and inflectional morphology of an endangered indigenous language of Mexico stemming from a collaborative research project that places an emphasis on natural language and ...
    • The phonology and morphology of Zacatepec eastern Chatino 

      Villard, Stéphanie (2015-05)
      This dissertation presents an analysis of the phonology and some aspects of the morphology of Zacatepec Eastern Chatino (ISO 639-3: ctz), an Otomanguean language of the Zapotecan branch spoken near the Pacific coast of the ...
    • Phonology, tone and the functions of tone in San Juan Quiahije Chatino 

      Cruz, Emiliana (2011-08)
      The dissertation is a basic description of segmental phonology, tone, and the functions of tone in the San Juan Quiahije (SJQ) variety of Eastern Chatino. Chatino languages are spoken in the southern part of Oaxaca, Mexico. ...