Publications

See also Selected manuscripts

Monographs

Dahlstrom, A. (2014). Plains Cree Morphosyntax. London: Routledge. [link to Routledge catalog] (Reprint of 1991 Garland edition.)

Dahlstrom, A. (1995). Topic, Focus, and Other Word Order Problems in Algonquian. The Belcourt Lecture, delivered before the University of Manitoba on 25 February 1994. Winnipeg: Voices of Rupert’s Land. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1991). Plains Cree Morphosyntax. (Outstanding dissertations in linguistics series). New York: Garland Publications.

Articles

Dahlstrom, A. (under review, Feb. 2018) An overview of Meskwaki evidentiality. Actes du quarante-neuvième congrès des Algonquinistes, Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin, eds. Michigan State University Press. [pdf]

Goddard, Ives, and Amy Dahlstrom. (under review, Sept. 2017) Meskwaki (Algonquian) Evidence Against Basic Word Order and Configurational Models of Argument Roles. Language Change and Endangered Languages: Studies in Honor of Lyle Campbell [tentative title], Thiago Chacon, Nala Lee and Wilson Silva, eds. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (in press) Embedded questions in Meskwaki: syntax and information structure.  Papers of the Forty-Eighth Algonquian Conference, Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin, eds. Michigan State University Press. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2017). Obviation and information structure in Meskwaki.  Papers of the Forty-sixth Algonquian Conference 2014, Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin, eds., 39-54.  Michigan State University Press. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2017). Seeking consensus on the fundamentals of Algonquian word order.  Papers of the Forty-fifth Algonquian Conference 2013, Monica Macaulay, ed., 59-72. Michigan State University Press. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2015). Highlighting rhetorical structure through syntactic analysis: An illustrated Meskwaki text by Alfred Kiyana.  New Voices for Old Words: Algonquian Oral Literatures, David J. Costa, ed., 118-197. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  [NB: the first run of copies contained errors introduced by the press.  Later print-on-demand orders will be correct, but in the meantime please find a correct version of my chapter here or download an errata sheet here.]

Dahlstrom, A. (2015). Meskwaki comparatives: A first look. Papers of the Forty-third Algonquian Conference 2011, Monica Macaulay and J. Randolph Valentine, eds., 15-27. Albany: State University of New York Press. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2014). Multiple oblique arguments in Meskwaki.  Papers of the Forty-second Algonquian Conference 2010, J. Randolph Valentine and Monica Macaulay, eds., 56-68Albany: State University of New York Press. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2013). Argument structure of quirky Algonquian verbs. From Quirky Case to Representing Space: Papers in Honor of Annie Zaenen, T.H. King and V. de Paiva, eds., 61-71. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2009). OBJθ without OBJ: A typology of Meskwaki objects. Proceedings of the LFG09 Conference, Miriam Butt and Tracy H. King, eds., 222-239. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information Publications. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2006). The syntax of Algonquian ethnopoetics.  Actes du 37e Congrès des Algonquinistes, H.C. Wolfart, ed., 131-147. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2003). Focus constructions in Meskwaki (Fox).  Proceedings of the LFG03 Conference, Miriam Butt and Tracy H. King, eds.,144-163. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2003). Owls and cannibals revisited: Traces of windigo features in Meskwaki texts.  Papers of the Thirty-fourth Algonquian Conference, H.C. Wolfart, ed., 81-114. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2003). Warrior powers from an underwater spirit: Cultural and linguistic aspects of an illustrated Meskwaki text. Anthropological Linguistics45(1), 1-56. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (2000). Morphosyntactic mismatches in Algonquian: Affixal predicates and discontinuous verbs. In , Proceedings from the Panels of the Chicago Linguistic Society’s Thirty-sixth Meeting, Arika Okrent and John Boyle, eds., 63-87. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1997). Fox (Mesquakie) reduplication. International Journal of American Linguistics 63:203-26. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1996). Affixes vs. clitics in Fox. Contemporary Linguistics 2, 47-58. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1996). Edition and translation of esamegamata.menetowita.sakimewa [Mosquito, who fasted too long and became a spirit]. Contemporary Linguistics 2, 121-130. [pdf] Better formatted and slightly revised translation (July 2015): [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1996). Narrative structure of a Fox text.  nikotwâsik iskwâhtêm, pâkihtêpayih! Studies in Honour of H.C. Wolfart, J.D. Nichols and A.C. Ogg, eds., 113-162. Algonquian and Iroquoian Memoir 13. Winnipeg: Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1995). Motivation vs. predictability in Algonquian gender. Papers of the Twenty-sixth Algonquian Conference, David H. Pentland, ed., 52-66. Winnipeg. University of Manitoba. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1994). An analog to tough movement in Fox.  Actes du vingt-cinquième congrès des algonquinistes, William Cowan, ed., 59-71. Ottawa: Carleton University. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1993). The syntax of discourse functions in Fox. Berkeley Linguistics Society 19. Special Session on Syntactic Issues in Native American Languages, David A. Peterson, ed., 11-21. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1993). Diversity and the connotations of universals. Modern Philology, vol. 90 supplement. S39-S45. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1989). Morphological change in Plains Cree verb inflection. Folia Linguistica Historica. IX.2. pp. 59-72. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1988). Independent pronouns in Fox.  In Honor of Mary Haas, William Shipley, ed., 165-194. Berlin: Mouton. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1987). Discontinuous constituents in Fox. Native American Languages and Grammatical Typology, Paul Kroeber and Robert Moore, eds., 53-73. Bloomington: Indiana University Linguistics Club. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1986). Weak crossover and obviation.  Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, V. Nikiforidou, et al., eds., 51-60. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1983). Agent-patient languages and split case marking systems. Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, Amy Dahlstrom et al, eds., 37-46. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society. [pdf]

Dahlstrom, A. (1982). A functional analysis of switch-reference in Lakhota discourse. In K. Tuite, et al. (Eds.), Papers from the Eighteenth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, Kevin Tuite, et al., eds. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. [pdf]

Edited volumes

Contemporary Linguistics 2, 1996. Special issue on Fox.

Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1983. [link]