Publications 2000-2015

000. A Linguistic Image of the World? The Burmese Classifiers Reviewed. Paper presented at the 33. International Conference of Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics in Bangkok/Trang.

2001a. The Aspect System of Thai. In Ebert, Karen and Fernando Zúñiga (eds.) Aktionsart and Aspectotemporality in Non-European Languages. ASAS 16. University of Zurich, 97-140.
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2001b. Exstract historic dal velg et nouf testamaint. Analyse eines rätoromanischen Textes aus dem frühen 18. Jh. In Annalas 114/2001: 247-262.

2001c. A short introduction to the Mon language. Sangkhlaburi: MCL.
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2003. New Infixes in Spoken Mon. In Mon-Khmer Studies 33, 183-94.

2005. The Verb System of Mon. ASAS 19. University of Zurich.
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2006. Mon ra' and nong: assertive particles? In Mon-Khmer Studies 36, 21-38.

2007. The Story of Prince Sangada - a Mon epic in Southeast Asian context. Electronic edition by Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.

2009a. Modality in Burmese: 'may' or 'must' - grammatical uses of  'get'. In JSEALS 1, 111-126.

2009b. Deixis and information structure in Mon. The multifunctional particle kòh. In JSEALS 2, 53-71.

2010. Benefactive strategies in Thai. In Zúñiga, Fernando and Seppo Kittilä. Benefactives and Malefactives. 
Case studies and typological perspectives. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 377-92. 

2011a. The Mon over Two Millennia. Monuments, Manuscripts, Movements. Edited by Patrick McCormick, Mathias Jenny, and Chris Baker. Bangkok: Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University.

2011b. The Story of Prince Sangada: A Mon legend in Southeast Asian context. In Mc Cormick, Patrick, Mathias Jenny and Chris Baker (eds.), 147-168.  (attachment below)

2011c. Who changes language? Bilingualism and structural change in Burma and the Reef Islands. (with  Åshild Næss). Journal of Language Contact 4, 217-49.

2011d. Burmese in Mon syntax - external influence and internal development. In Sophana Srichampa, Paul Sidwell and Kenneth Gregerson (eds.) Austroasiatic Studies: papers from ICAAL4. Mon-Khmer Studies Journal Special Issue No. 3, 48-64. (attachment below)

2012. The far west of Southeast Asia - 'give' and 'get' in the languages of Myanmar. Paper presented at Mainland Southeast Asia - state of the art, MPI Leipzig, 29.11.-01.12.2012. (attachment below)

2013a. The Mon language: recipient and donor between Burmese and Thai. In Journal of Language and Culture, Mahidol University, Thailand, 5-33. (attachment below)

2013b. New aspects of aspect in Burmese. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 162.2, 477-484.

2013c. Contact and convergence: the Mon language in Burma and Thailand. Together with Patrick McCormick. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 42-2, 77-116.

2013d. Differential subject marking without ergativity - the case of colloquial Burmese. Together with San San Hnin Tun. Studies in Language 37:4, 693-735.

2014a. Transitivity and affectedness in Mon. Mon-Khmer Studies 43.1, 57-71 (ICAAL 5 special issue).

2014b. Rhythmic variability between some Asian languages: results from an automatic analysis of temporal characteristics. With Volker Dellwo & Peggy Mok. Interspeech 2014:1708-1711.

2015a. Handbook of the Austroasiatic languages. Overview volume edited together with Paul Sidwell. Leiden/Boston: Brill.

2015b. Modern Mon. In Jenny & Sidwell (eds.) Handbook of the Austroasiatic languages, 553-600.

2015c. Old Mon. With Patrick McCormick. In Jenny & Sidwell (eds.) Handbook of the Austroasiatic languages, 517-552.

2015d. The Austroasiatic languages. Typological overview. With Tobias Weber and Rachel Weymuth. In Jenny & Sidwell (eds.) Handbook of the Austroasiatic languages, 13-143.

2015e. The far west of Southeast Asia: ‘give’ and ‘get’ in the languages of Myanmar. In Enfield, Nick & Bernard Comrie (eds.), Languages of Mainland Southeast Asia - the state of the art. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 151-204.

forthcoming 2015. Syntactic diversity and change in Austroasiatic languages. To be published in Carlotta Viti (ed.) Perspectives on Historical Syntax. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 317-340.

(submitted) Comparative, equative, and similative constructions in Mon - form, function, and development. To be published in Yvonne Treis & Martine Vanhove (eds.) Similative and equative constructions: A cross-linguistic perspective. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

(submitted) Grammatical relations in Mon. To be published in Alena Witzlack & Balthasar Bickel (eds.).

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