As part of the research conducted within Surrey Morphology Group a substantial number of annotated and working bibliographies have been produced covering different methodological approaches, language families or morphology properties.
This bibliography was produced by Carole Tiberius, Greville Corbett and Julia Barron as part of an ESRC project 'Agreement: An investigation into the distribution of information'.
Publications on Canonical Typology are increasing steadily. The list of publications and preprints available in this working bibliography show how the framework has progressed from its origins in morphology and syntax to cover a much greater range, including phonology and sign language.
This bibliography was produced by Matthew Baerman for the AHRC funded project 'A typology of defectiveness.'
This bibliography was produced by Matthew Baerman for the ESRC project 'Extended deponency: The right morphology in the wrong place'. It contains summaries of works which focus on the theoretical implications of deponency or deponency-like morphological mismatches.
Publications that employ Network Morphology as a theoretical model deal with data from languages as varied as Russian (Slavonic, Indo-European), Arapesh (Kombio-Arapesh, Torricelli) and Bininj Gun-wok (Gunwinygic, Australian). This bibliography includes some of the major publications on Network Morphology.
The bibliography was produced by Bill Palmer to collate information on known materials, published and unpublished (excluding religeous translations), on languages of the Northwest Solomonic (NWS) branch of Oceanic.
This annotated bibliography was produced by Marina Chumakina as part of an AHRC project 'Brighter, cleverer, but more intelligent: Understanding periphrasis'.
This annotated bibliography presents statistical studies in Russian morphosyntax which provided secondary statistics for the six databases created for the AHRC project 'Short term morphosyntactic change'. A link to statistical data from these sources is available in the databases to as part of the search functionality.
This provisional bibliography was prepared by Greville G. Corbett for the Tagung 'Linguistische Universalien und Slavische Sprachen' organized by Professor Daniel Weiss at the Slavisches Seminar Zürich, 13-14 May 1996.
This annotated bibliography was produced by Marina Chumakina as part of an AHRB project 'The notion 'possible word' and its limits: A typology of suppletion'.
This annotated bibliography was produced by Matthew Baerman as part of the ESRC-funded project 'Where word forms collide: A typology of syncretism'.TOP