Andrew Garrett: Publications

with Basic Yurok

with Basic Yurok in 2016

Andrew Garrett, 2013

on a break during northern California fieldwork, 2013

Hittite enclitic subjects and transitive verbs, 1990

"Hittite enclitic subjects and transitive verbs", Journal of Cuneiform Studies 42 (1990)

Books

  1. Basic Yurok (Berkeley: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, 2014)

  2. Dianne Jonas, John Whitman, and Andrew Garrett, eds., Grammatical change: Origins, nature, outcomes (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)

  3. Lisa Conathan, Andrew Garrett, and Juliette Blevins, compilers, Preliminary Yurok dictionary (Berkeley: Yurok Language Project, Department of Linguistics, UC Berkeley, 2005)

Articles and book chapters

  1. "Online dictionaries for language revitalization", to appear in The Routledge handbook of language revitalization, edited by Leanne Hinton, Leena Huss, and Gerald Roche (Routledge, 2017)

  2. Will Chang, Chundra Cathcart, David Hall, and Andrew Garrett, "Ancestry-constrained phylogenetic analysis supports the Indo-European steppe hypothesis", Language 91 (2015) 194-244 [offprint]

  3. "Sound change", in The Routledge handbook of historical linguistics, edited by Claire Bowern and Bethwyn Evans (Routledge, 2015), p. 227-248

  4. Molly Babel, Andrew Garrett, Michael Houser, and Maziar Toosarvandani, "Descent and diffusion in language diversification: A study of Western Numic dialectology", International Journal of American Linguistics 79 (2013) 445-489 [offprint]

  5. Andrew Garrett and Keith Johnson, "Phonetic bias in sound change", in Origins of sound change: Approaches to phonologization, edited by Alan C. L. Yu (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 51-97 [uncorrected proofs]

  6. "The historical syntax problem: Reanalysis and directionality", in Grammatical change: Origins, nature, outcomes, ed. by Dianne Jonas, John Whitman, and Andrew Garrett (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 52-72

  7. "An online dictionary with texts and pedagogical tools: The Yurok Language Project at Berkeley", International Journal of Lexicography 24 (2011) 405-419 [online]

  8. Andrew Garrett and Juliette Blevins, "Analogical morphophonology", in The nature of the word: Essays in honor of Paul Kiparsky, ed. by Kristin Hanson and Sharon Inkelas (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2009), pp. 527-545 [uncorrected proofs]

  9. "Paradigmatic uniformity and markedness", in Explaining linguistic universals: Historical convergence and universal grammar, ed. by Jeff Good (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 125-143

  10. Juliette Blevins and Andrew Garrett, "The rise and fall of l-sandhi in California Algic", International Journal of American Linguistics 73 (2007) 72-93

  11. "Convergence in the formation of Indo-European subgroups: Phylogeny and chronology", in Phylogenetic methods and the prehistory of languages, ed. by Peter Forster and Colin Renfrew (Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2006), pp. 139-151

  12. Juliette Blevins and Andrew Garrett, "The evolution of metathesis", in Phonetically-based phonology, ed. by Bruce Hayes, Robert Kirchner, and Donca Steriade (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. 117-156

  13. "The evolution of Algic verbal stem structure: New evidence from Yurok", in Proceedings of the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, February 13-16, 2004: Special Session on the Morphology of American Indian Languages, ed. by Marc Ettlinger, Nicholas Fleisher, and Mischa Park-Doob (Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society, 2004), pp. 46-60

  14. "Proto-Algonquian and 'Ritwan': A rejoinder", Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 29 (2004) 50-51

  15. Esther Wood and Andrew Garrett, "The semantics of Yurok Intensive infixation", in Proceedings from the Fourth Workshop on American Indigenous Languages, ed. by Jeannie Castillo (Santa Barbara: Department of Linguistics, UC Santa Barbara, 2001), pp. 112-126

  16. "Reduplication and infixation in Yurok: Morphology, semantics, and diachrony", International Journal of American Linguistics 67 (2001) 264-312

  17. "On the prosodic phonology of Ogam Irish", Ériu 50 (1999) 139-160

  18. "A new model of Indo-European subgrouping and dispersal", in Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, February 12-15, 1999, ed. by Steve S. Chang, Lily Liaw, and Josef Ruppenhofer (Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1999), pp. 146-156

  19. "On the origin of auxiliary do", English Language and Linguistics 2 (1998) 283-330

  20. Juliette Blevins and Andrew Garrett, "The origins of consonant-vowel metathesis", Language 74 (1998) 508-556

  21. "Adjarian's Law, the glottalic theory, and the position of Armenian", in Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, February 14-16, 1998: Special Session on Indo-European Subgrouping and Internal Relations, ed. by Benjamin K. Bergen, Madelaine C. Plauché, and Ashlee C. Bailey (Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1998), pp. 12-23

  22. "Remarks on the Old Hittite split genitive", in Mír Curad: Studies in honor of Calvert Watkins, ed. by Jay Jasanoff, H. Craig Melchert, Lisi Oliver (Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck, 1998), pp. 155-163

  23. "Wackernagel's Law and unaccusativity in Hittite", in Approaching second: Second position clitics and related phenomena, ed. by Aaron L. Halpern and Arnold M. Zwicky (Stanford, Calif.: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1997), pp. 85-133

  24. "Pudenda Asiae Minoris" (with Leslie Kurke), Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 96 (1994) 75-83

  25. "Relative clause syntax in Lycian and Hittite", Die Sprache 36 (1994) 29-69

  26. "A note on the morphosyntax of Lycian and Anatolian possession", Die Sprache 35 (1991-93) 155-162

  27. Juliette Blevins and Andrew Garrett, "The evolution of Ponapeic Nasal Substitution", Oceanic Linguistics 32 (1993) 199-236

  28. "Topics in Lycian syntax", Historische Sprachforschung 105 (1992) 200-212

  29. "Ponapean Nasal Substitution: New evidence for rhinoglottophilia" (with Juliette Blevins), in Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, February 14-17, 1992, ed. by Laura A. Buszard-Welcher, Lionel Wee, and William Weigel (Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1992), pp. 2-21

  30. "The Lycian nasalized preterite", Münchner Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 52 (1991) 15-26

  31. "Review Article: Indo-European reconstruction and historical methodologies", Language 67 (1991) 790-804

  32. "Hittite enclitic subjects and transitive verbs", Journal of Cuneiform Studies 42 (1990) 227-242

  33. "The origin of NP split ergativity", Language 66 (1990) 261-296

  34. "Applicatives and preposition incorporation", in Grammatical relations: A cross-theoretical perspective, ed. by Katarzyna Dziwirek, Patrick Farrell, and Errapel Mejías-Bikandi (Stanford, Calif.: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1990), pp. 183-198

  35. "Ergative case assignment, Wackernagel's Law, and the VP Base Hypothesis", Proceedings of the North East Linguistic Society 19 (1989) 113-126

Reviews

  1. Lyle Campbell and Andrew Garrett, Review, Jorma Koivulehto, Uralische Evidenz für die Laryngaltheorie (1991), in Language 69 (1993) 832-836

  2. Book Notice: Rudolf Thurneysen, Gesammelte Schriften (1991), in Language 69 (1993) 437-438

  3. Book Notice: Kazuhiko Yoshida, The Hittite mediopassive endings in -ri (1990), in Language 69 (1993) 226-227

  4. Book Notice: Warren Held, William Schmalstieg, and Janet Gertz, Beginning Hittite (1988), in Language 67 (1991) 402-403

  5. Book Notice: Günter Neumann, Phrygisch und Griechisch (1988), in Language 67 (1991) 413-414

Ephemera, juvenilia, poetica

  1. Linguistics Department Commencement Address, May 2013

  2. "Biography of Paul Kiparsky", in The nature of the word: Essays in honor of Paul Kiparsky, ed. by Kristin Hanson and Sharon Inkelas (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2009), pp. xv-xvi

  3. "On 'The phonological basis of sound change' (after Hopkins)", in The nature of the word: Essays in honor of Paul Kiparsky, ed. by Kristin Hanson and Sharon Inkelas (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2009), p. 3

  4. "Graduation day", Berkeley Language Center Newsletter 24/1 (Fall 2008): Commencement address to language and literature departments, Zellerbach Hall, May 19, 2008

  5. Memorial reminiscences for Corinne Crawford, August 27, 2007

  6. Linguistics Department Commencement Address, May 1997

  7. "The Dwarvish language", I Cala 1 (1976) 8-10

  8. "The Black Speech", I Cala 1 (1976) 11-12