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Karin Michelson

Karin Michelson Karin Michelson (kmich@buffalo.edu)
Professor
Office: 602 Baldy Hall
Phone: (716) 645-2463

Ph.D., Harvard University

Iroquoian Languages, Phonology, Morphology, Lexical Semantics, Historical Linguistics, and Field Linguistics

Recent Publications:

Michelson, Karin, Norma Kennedy, and Mercy Doxtator (2016) Glimpses of Oneida Life. University of Toronto Press.

Michelson, Karin (2015) “Gender in Oneida”, in Gender Across Languages, Volume 4, ed. by Marlis Hellinger and Heiko Motschenbacher, 277-301 John Benjamins Press.

Koenig, Jean-Pierre, and Karin Michelson (2015) “Invariance in Argument Realization: The case of Iroquoian”. Language 91, 1-47.

Koenig, Jean-Pierre, and Karin Michelson (2015) “Morphological complexity à la Oneida”, in Understanding and Measuring Morphological Complexity, ed. by Matthew Baerman, Dunstan Brown, and Greville Corbett, 69-92. Oxford University Press.

Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Karin Michelson (2014) “Deconstructing SYNtax”, in Proceedings of the 21th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, ed. by Stefan Müller, 114-134. CSLI Publications.