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Publications

  • Comrie, Bernard, Diana Forker & Zaira Khalilova. In Press. Insubordination in the Tsezic languages. In Nicholas Evans & Honoré Watanabe (eds.) The dynamics of insubordination. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Forker, Diana. Evidentiality in Nakh-Daghestanian languages. In Press. In Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Evidentiality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Forker, Diana. Ergativity in Nakh-Daghestanian languages. In Press. In Jessica Coon, Diane Massam, & Lisa Travis (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Ergativity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Forker, Diana. Grammatical relations in Sanzhi Dargwa. In Press. In Balthasar Bickel & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.) Handbook of grammatical relations. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Comrie, Bernard, Diana Forker & Zaira Khalilova. In Press. Affective constructions in Tsezic languages. In Jóhanna Barðdal, Stephen Mark Carey, Thórhallur Eythórsson & Na'ama Pat-El (eds.), Non-canonically case-marked subjects within and across languages and language families: The Reykjavík-Eyjafjallajökull papers. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Forker, Diana & Oleg Belyaev. In Press. Information structure in Nakh-Daghestanian languages. In M.M.Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest & Robert D. Van Valin Jr (eds.), Information structure and spoken language from a cross-linguistic perspective. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Forker, Diana. Complementizers in Hinuq. In Press. In Kasper Boye & Petar Kehayov (eds.) Semantic functions of complementizers in European languages. Berlin: de Gruyter.
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  • Forker, Diana. 2014c. Are there subject anaphors? Linguistic Typology 18: 51–81.
  • Forker, Diana. 2014b. A canonical approach to the argument/adjunct distinction. Linguistic Discovery 12: 27–40.
  • Forker, Diana. 2014a. The grammar of knowledge in Hinuq. In Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (ed.). The grammar of knowledge, 52-68. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  • Forker, Diana. 2013e. Interrogative particles in Nakh-Daghestanian languages. Rice Working Papers in Linguistics 4.
  • Forker, Diana. 2013d. Microtypology and the Tsezic languages: A case study of syntactic properties of converbal clauses. SKY Journal of Linguistics 26: 21-40.
  • Forker, Diana. 2013c. Hinuq verb forms and finiteness. Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 66, 6993.
  • Forker, Diana. 2013b. Differential agent marking in Hinuq. In Elly van Gelderen, Michaela Cennamo & Johanna Barðdal (eds.) Variation and change in argument realization: The Naples Capri papers. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 33–52. 
  • Forker, Diana. 2013a. A Grammar of Hinuq.* Berlin: de Gruyter.
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  • Forker, Diana. 2012d. Experiencer constructions in Hinuq. In B. Belikov, M. Daniel, E. Ljutikova, T. Majsak, S. Tatevosov & O. Fedorova (eds.) Aleksandr Egvenevič Kibrik. In Memoriam. Moscow: MSU, 143–145.
  • Forker, Diana. 2012c. Spatial relations in Hinuq and Bezhta. In Luna Filipović & Kasia M. Jaszczolt (eds.) Space and time across languages, disciplines, and cultures. Volume I. Linguistic diversity. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 15–34.
  • Comrie, Bernard, Diana Forker & Zaira Khalilova. 2012b. Adverbial clauses in the Tsezic languages. In Holger Diessel & Volker Gast (eds.) Clause combining in cross-linguistic perspective. Berlin: de Gruyter, 157–190.
  • Forker, Diana. 2012a. The Bi-absolutive construction in Nakh-Daghestanian. Folia Linguistica 46, 75–108.
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  • Comrie, Bernard, Diana Forker & Zaira Khalilova. 2011d. Alignment typology, reflexives, and reciprocals in Tsezic languages. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society 37, 3251.
  • Forker, Diana. 2011c. Evidentiality and new media in the Caucasus - The case of Hinuq. In Peter Austin, Oliver Bond, David Nathan & Lutz Marten (eds.) Proceedings of Conference on Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 3. London: SOAS, 101–110.
  •  Forker, Diana. 2011b. Grammatical relations in Hinuq. In Vittorio Tomelleri, Manana. Topadze & Anna Lukianowicz (eds.) Languages and cultures in the Caucasus. Papers from the international conference "Current advances in Caucasian studies", Macerata, January 21-23, 2010. Munich/Berlin: Otto Sagner, 553–567.
  • Forker, Diana. 2011a. Finiteness in Hinuq. Linguistic Discovery 9, 3–29.
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  • Forker, Diana. 2010b. Non-Local Uses of Local Cases in the Tsezic Languages. Linguistics 48(5), 1083-1109.
  • Forker, Diana. 2010a. Variation in Stem Formation in Tsezic Languages. Suvremena Lingvistika 69(1), 1-19.
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  • Forker, Diana. 2009b. Information Structure and Reference-Tracking in Hinuq. Caucasiologic Papers, 181-186.
  • Cysouw, Michael & Diana Forker. 2009a. Reconstruction of Morphosyntactic Function: Nonspatial Usage of Spatial Case Marking in Tsezic. Language 85(3), 588-617.

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