[Lingtyp] predicative possession

Fany Muchembled fany.muchembled at tec.mx
Wed Apr 22 17:05:18 UTC 2020

Beside Heine (the major reference) and Stassen (more cuestionable), Creissels wrote a reference paper a few years ago:‘Remarques sur l’émergence de verbes ‘avoir’ au cours de l’histoire des langues’. Faits de langues. 149-158.
He has also publishes other Works about the topic (see http://www.deniscreissels.fr/index.php?pages/articles-publi%C3%83%C2%A9s)

and for an exploration of this topic in uto-aztecan languages:
Muchembled, F. 2014. La posesión predicativa en lenguas yutoaztecas. Tesis doctoral. Hermosillo, UNISON / Paris, INALCO


Dra. Fany Muchembled

Profesora de Francés y Ciencias Sociales

Investigadora en Lingüística (GIEE Comunicación y Estudios Culturales)

PrepaTec Campus Sonora Norte

Departamento de Idiomas

Tecnológico de Monterrey

De: Lingtyp <lingtyp-bounces at listserv.linguistlist.org> en nombre de Sergey Loesov <sergeloesov at gmail.com>
Enviado: miércoles, 22 de abril de 2020 04:25 a. m.
Para: lingtyp at listserv.linguistlist.org <lingtyp at listserv.linguistlist.org>
Asunto: [Lingtyp] predicative possession

Dear colleagues,

could you please advise me literature on the encoding of the notion HAVE/HAVING in the languages that, unlike English, do not have generally applicable and versatile HAVE-verbs? I am interested in the grammaticalization paths in this semantic domain.  (I suspect people call this field “predicative possession.”)

Best wishes,

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