AA book chapters

The final list of chapters and respective authors are as follows:

Part I: General chapters

Introduction

The Austroasiatic languages - a typological overview Mathias Jenny, Tobias Weber and Rachel Weymuth

1. Phonetics and phonology

1.1 Word and syllable structure

1.2 Phoneme inventory and phonotactics

1.3 Suprasegmentals

2. Word formation

2.1 Compounding

2.2 Reduplication

2.3 Derivation

3. Clause structure

3.1 Simple clauses

3.2 Subordinate clauses

3.3 Clause chaining and coordination

3.4 Questions

3.5 Imperatives

3.6 Pragmatics and syntax

4. Grammatical categories

4.1 TAM and directionals

4.2 Causative and passive constructions

4.3 Negation

4.4 Demonstratives

4.5 Pronominal systems

4.6 Classifiers

4.7 Case and adpositions

4.8 Clause and sentence particles

5. Conclusion

6. References

Classification Paul Sidwell

1.Introduction

2. A short history of AA classification proposals

3. Proposals for AA families & sub-families

3.1 Munda vs. Mon-Khmer

3.2 Northern Mon-Khmer?

3.3 Katuic-Bahnaric?

3.4 Vieto-Katuic?

3.5 Nico-Monic?

3.6 Provisional AA classification

4. Internal phylogeny of Austroasiatic branches

4.1 Aslian

4.2 Bahnaric

4.3 Katuic

4.4 Khasian

4.5 Khmer

4.6 Khmuic

4.7 Mangic/Pakanic

4.8 Monic

4.9 Munda

4.10 Nicobaric

4.11 Palaungic

4.12 Pearic

4.13 Vietic

5. Appendix

6. References

Reconstruction Paul Sidwell and Felix Rau

1. Introduction

2. Reconstruction of protoAustroasiatic (pAA)

2.1 Preliminary remarks

2.2 pAA phonological word

2.3 Segmental phonology

3. Austroasiatic branches

3.1 Aslian

3.2 Nicobarese

3.3 Monic

3.4 Khmeric

3.5 Bahnaric

3.6 Katuic

3.7 Khasian (Meghalayan)

3.8 Khmuic

3.9 Palaungic

3.10 Pearic

3.11 Vietic (Mu'o'ng-Viet)

3.12 Munda

4. References

5. Appendix

Munda Gregory D. S. Anderson

1. Introduction

1.1 On the prehistory of the Munda-speaking peoples

1.2 Internal relationships among languages of the Munda family

1.3 Noteworthy features of Munda languages

1.4 Estimated number of speakers of some modern Munda languages

1.5 Munda in the Austroasiatic language family

1.6 Munda languages in the South Asia areal context

2. Overview of the phonology of Munda languages

2.1 Phonemic inventory of Santali

2.2 Aspects of Munda phonology in an Austroasiatic perspective

2.3 Dravidian influence on Munda phonology

3. Munda nominal morphology

3.1 Animate and inanimate noun classes

3.2 Infixation

3.3 Case prefixes

3.4 Case suffixes/enclitics

3.5 Santali demonstratives

3.6 Munda numerals

4. Overview of Munda verbal systems

4.1 TAM, voice and valence categories in Munda

4.2 Subject and object encoding

4.3 Negation in Munda verbal morphology

4.4 Munda complex predicate structures

4.5 Nominal combining forms in Sora

5 Overview of Munda syntax

5.1 Switch reference in Gtaʔ

6 Munda lexicon

7 Summary

8. References

Part II: grammar sketches

Aslian

North Aslian Nicole Kruspe, Niclas Burenhult and Ewelina Wnuk

1.Background

2.Phonetics and phonology

2.1 Word and syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory and phonotactics

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational morphology

3.3 Clitics

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Basic clauses

4.2 Nonverbal clauses

4.3 Complex clauses

4.4 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Prepositions

5.5 Negators

5.6 Conjunctions/connective words

5.7 Adverbs

5.8 Particles

6. Lexical semantics

6.1 Lexicalisation principles

6.2 Foraging and specialized ritual vocabulary in Ceq Wong

7.Text

8. Bibliography

Semaq Beri Nicole Kruspe

1. Background

2.Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Syllable and word structure

2.2 Phonemes and phonotactics

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational morphology

3.3 Deriving verbs

3.4 Clitics

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple clauses

4.2 Complex clauses

4.3 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Directional adverbs

5.4 Adverbs

5.5 Propositions

5.6 Negators

5.7 Connectives

5.8 Particles and Interjections

5.9 Expressives

6. The lexicon

7. Sample text

8. Bibliography

Monic

Old Mon Mathias Jenny and Patrick McCormick

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word and syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Derivational affixes

3.2 Compounding

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple clauses

4.2 Complex clauses

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

5. Word classes

5.1 Nominals

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Prepositions and adverbs

5.4 Sentence particles

6. Semantic fields

7. Sample glossed text

Modern Mon Mathias Jenny

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word and syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

5. Word classes

5.1 Nominals

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Prepositions and adverbs

5.4 Sentence particles

5.5 Ideophones and euphonic expressions

6. Semantic fields

7. Sample glossed text

Pearic

Chong Suwilai Premsrirat and Nattamon Rojanakul

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Words/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventories

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

4.4 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Prepositions

5.4 Conjunctions

5.5 Final particles

5.6 Negation

5.7 Vocatives

5.8 Exclamation

6. Semantic fields

7. Glossed text

8. Bibliography

Khmeric

Old Khmer Paul Sidwell

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory and phonotactics

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

4.4 Nominal phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Prepositions

5.4 Adverbs

5.5 Conjunctions

6. Glossed text

7. Bibliography

Khmer Walter Bisang

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word and syllable structure, phonotactics

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

4.4 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Conjunctions/connective words

5.5 Particles

6. Semantic and pragmatics

6.1 Specialised vocabulary

6.2 language use

7. Sample glossed text

8. Bibliography

Bahnaric

Bunong Becky Butler

1. Language background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

4.4 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Conjunctions/connective words

6. Sample glossed text

7. Bibliography

Ko’ho-Sre Neil H. Olsen

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

3.4 Clitics

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Conjunctions/connective words

5.5 Particles

6. Semantics and pragmatics

7. Glossed text

8. Bibliography

Sedang Kenneth Smith and Paul Sidwell

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory and phonotactics

2.3 Suprasegmentals

2.4 Phonological reduplication

3. Word formation

3.1 Prefixing/infixing

3.2 Morpheme reduplication

3.3 Compounding

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Basic clauses

4.2 Clause coordination, chaining and subordination

4.3 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns and other NP constituents

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Conjunctions/connective words

5.5 Final particles

6. Sedang text: The Rat Trap

7. Bibliography

Katuic

Kui Ntua Kees Jan Bos and Paul Sidwell

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventories

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Morphology

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

4.4 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbals

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Conjunctions/connective words

5.5 Particles

5.6 Adverbs

5.7 Expressives

6. Glossed text

7. Bibliography

Pacoh Mark J. Alves

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

3.4 Case-marking clitics/affixes

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics (topic-comment, etc.)

4.4 Noun phrases

4.5 Aspect

4.6 Modality

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Prepositions and relator nouns

5.4 Conjunctions and clause-connecting words

5.5 Adverbs

5.6 Sentence-final particles

6. Semantics and pragmatics

6.1 Specialized vocabulary

6.2 Language use

6.3 Names in Pacoh

6.4 Grammaticalization

7. Glossed text

8. Bibliography

Vietic

Vietnamese Marc Brunelle

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory and phonotactics

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

3.4 Sound symbolism

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Noun phrases

4.2 Verb phrases

4.3 Sentence structure

4.4 Complex sentences structures

5. Word classes

5.1 Lexical words

5.2 Function words

6. Semantics and pragmatics

6.1 Specialized vocabulary

6.2 Language use

6.3 Focus marking

7.Sample glossed text

8. Bibliography

Khmuic

Kammu Jan-Olof Svantesson and Arthur Holmer

1. Background

2. Phonetics and phonology

2.1 Word and syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Intonation

2.4 Tonogenesis

2.5 Tai loanwords

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

4.4 Noun phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Pronouns and determiners

5.3 Quantity words and measure words

5.4 Verbs

5.5 Prepositions

5.6 Conjunctions

6. Semantic fields

6.1 Agriculture and calendar

6.2 Kinship terms

7. Sample text

8. Bibliography

Mlabri Kevin Bätscher

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory and phonotactics

2.3 Suprasegmentals

2.4 Sentence prosody

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics (topic-comment, etc.)

4.4 Noun phrases

4.5 Adverbs

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Adjectives

5.3 Verbs

5.4 Locational and directional words

5.5 Conjunctions/connective words

5.6 Particles

6. Semantics

6.1 Specialized vocabulary

6.2 Language use

7. Sample glossed text

8. Bibliography

Mangic

Bugan Jinfang Li and Yongxian Luo

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Suprasegmentals

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Affixation

3.3 Alternations

3.4 Loanwords

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Sentences

4.2 Phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Adjectives

5.4 Adverbs

5.5 Prepositions

5.6 Structural particles

5.7 Co-verbs, prepositions and conjunctions

5.8 Discourse particles

6. Glossed text

7. References

Palaungic

Dara’ang Palaung Sujaritlak Deepadung, Ampika Rattanapitak and Supakit Buakaw

1. Background

1.1 Cultural sketch

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word structure

2.2 Syllable structure

2.3 Phoneme inventory

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Syntax and pragmatics

4.4 Noun phrases

4.5 Verb phrases

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Conjunctions

5.5 Temporals

5.6 Demonstratives

5.7 Appellatives

5.8 Loanwords

6. Kinship terms

7. Example DP text: Ipai

8. Bibliography

Danaw Aung Si

1. Background

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory and phonotactics

2.3 Suprasegmentals: tone and prosody

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Complex sentences

4.3 Topic and comment

4.4 Noun phrase

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Locational and directional words

5.4 Particles

6. Glossed text

7. Bibliography

Khasian

Standard Khasi K. S. Nagaraja

1. Introduction

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational affixation

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple clauses

4.2 Complex sentences

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Location, position and direction words

5.4 Adverbs

5.5 Conjunctions/connective words

5.6 Interjections

6. Glossed text

7. Bibliography

Pnar Hiram Ring

1. Background

2. Phonetics and phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Prosody and suprasegmentals

2.4 Orthography

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Derivational morphemes

3.3 Reduplication

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Simple sentences

4.2 Pragmatic variation

4.3 Syntactic-pragmatic variation

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

5.3 Case markers

5.4 Modifiers: adverbs, adjectives

5.5 Relativizer

5.6 Discourse connective, coordinator, subordinator

5.7 Concessive subordinators

5.8 Phrasal conjunction

5.9 Interjections, exclamations

6. Semantic fields

7. Sample glossed text

8. Bibliography

Nicobarese

Car Paul Sidwell

1. Background

1.1 Production of this sketch

1.2 Car people and language of this study

2. Phonetics/phonology

2.1 Word/syllable structure

2.2 Phoneme inventory

2.3 Morphophonemics

3. Word formation

3.1 Compounding

3.2 Deriving nouns

3.3 Deriving verbs

4. Phrase and clause structure

4.1 Clause and sentence structure

4.2 Noun phrase

5. Word classes

5.1 Nouns

5.2 Verbs

6. Sample glossed text

7. Bibliography

Appendix: Synoptic wordlist of AA languages