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Deborah Morton

Deborah Morton

Visiting Assistant Professor of Linguistics


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Research Interests:

Fieldwork-based language analysis, the West African language Anii, formal phonology and formal semantics.

Representative Publications

Temporal and Aspectual Reference in Bassila Anii.  In the journal Afrika and Übersee, special issue on Ghana-Togo Mountain Languages.  

[ATR] Harmony in an Eleven-Vowel Language: The Case of Anii. In: Marlo, Michael R.,Nikki B. Adams, Christopher R. Green, Michelle Morrison, and Tristan M. Purvis (Eds.). Selected Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference on African Linguistics. 70-78. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. Peer-reviewed. 2012.

Temporal and Aspectual Reference in Bassila Anii. In: Bogal-Allbritton, Elizabeth (Ed.), Proceedings of SULA 6 and SULA-Bar: Semantics of Under-Represented Languages in the Americas (and Elsewhere). 349-363. Amherst: GLSA Publications. 2012.

AYAH GADO Amadou. 2006. Morton, Deborah, editor. Gʊya K’ushile [Market Day]. Bassila: La Sociéte Internationale de Linguistique. 2006.