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Friederike Lüpke
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Principles of event segmentation in language: The case of motion events
J Bohnemeyer, NJ Enfield, J Essegbey, I Ibarretxe-Antuñano, S Kita, ...
Language, 495-532, 2007
3002007
Repertoires and choices in African languages
F Lüpke, A Storch
Walter de Gruyter, 2013
1962013
Orthography development
F Lüpke
Cambridge University Press, 2011
1062011
Uncovering small-scale multilingualism
F Lüpke
Critical Multilingualism Studies 4 (2), 35-74, 2016
1022016
A grammar of Jalonke argument structure
F Lupke
[Sl]:[Sn], 2005
822005
Multilingualism and language contact in West Africa: towards a holistic perspective
F Lüpke, M Chambers
Journal of Language Contact 3 (1), 1-12, 2010
502010
Data collection methods for field-based language documentation
F Lüpke
Language documentation and description 6, 53-100, 2009
502009
Research methods in language documentation
F Lüpke
Language documentation and description 7, 55-104, 2010
412010
Pure fiction–the interplay of indexical and essentialist language ideologies and heterogeneous practices: A view from Agnack
F Lüpke
Language Documentation & Conservation 10, 8-39, 2016
392016
Carrefour des langues, carrefour des paradigmes
A Cobbinah, A Hantgan, F Lüpke, R Watson
Espaces, mobilités et éducation plurilingues: Eclairages d’Afrique ou d …, 2016
362016
Ideologies and typologies of language endangerment in Africa
F Lüpke
Language documentation and endangerment in Africa 16, 59-105, 2015
352015
Not cut to fit-zero-coded passives in African languages
A Cobbinah, F Lüpke
Rüdiger Köppe, 2012
302012
Caused positions
FM Hellwig, F Lüpke
Manual for the field season 2001, 126-128, 2001
302001
Beneath the surface? Contemporary ajami writing in West Africa, exemplified through Wolofal
F Lüpke, S Bao-Diop
Cambridge Scholars, 2014
252014
Language and identity in flux: In search of Baïnounk
F Lüpke
Journal of Language Contact 3 (1), 153-174, 2010
252010
Language planning in West Africa-who writes the script?
F Lüpke
Language documentation and description 2, 90-107, 2004
252004
African (ist) perspectives on vitality: Fluidity, small speaker numbers, and adaptive multilingualism make vibrant ecologies (Response to Mufwene)
F Lüpke
Language 93 (4), e275-e279, 2017
242017
1. Multilingualism on the ground
F Lüpke
Repertoires and choices in African languages, 13-76, 2013
232013
Satellite-vs. verb-framing underpredicts nonverbal motion categorization: Insights from a large language sample and simulations
G Montero-Melis, S Eisenbeiss, B Narasimhan, I Ibarretxe-Antuñano, ...
Cognitive Semantics 3 (1), 36-61, 2017
222017
Multiple choice: Language use and cultural practice in rural Casamance between convergence and divergence
F Lüpke
Creolization and pidginization in contexts of postcolonial diversity, 179-208, 2018
212018
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