[Lingtyp] References on antipassives in ergative lgs?

Peter Arkadiev peterarkadiev at yandex.ru
Thu Jun 13 12:01:08 EDT 2019


Dear Ilja, Katarzyna and typologists,

I think I am in a position to recommend the dissertation by Raina Heaton, recently highly commended by the ALT Greenberg Award jury, as the most comprehensive source of information on antipassive to date. It can be downloaded here: https://www.academia.edu/32690613/A_typology_of_antipassives_with_special_reference_to_Mayan

Best regards,

Peter

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13.06.2019, 18:46, "Ilja Seržant" <ilja.serzants at uni-leipzig.de>:
> Dear colleagues,
>
> Katarzyna Janic and I are exploring the antipassives in ergative
> languages but we are running a bit out of data. We have already
> integrated the languages and the families that are discussed in Maria
> Polinsky's WALS chapter on antipassives (https://wals.info/chapter/108)
> but there might be a bit more languages from other families that are
> both ergative and have an antipassive. So, we would appreciate any
> reference or hint in that direction very much.
>
> Best,
>
> Ilja
>
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