Publications

2021

Asiimwe, Allen, and Jenneke van der Wal. 2021. The multifunctionality of ‑o in Rukiga: pronoun, contrastive topic, and mirative marker. Nordic Journal of African Studies 30 (1).

Van der Wal, Jenneke. 2021. On the use of idioms for testing focusSemantic Fieldwork Methods 3(2).

2020

Kerr, Elisabeth J. 2020. The grammaticalisation of a specific indefinite determiner: Prenominal -mɔ̀tɛ́ in Tunen. In Van der Wal, Jenneke, Heleen Smits, Sara Petrollino, Victoria Nyst, and Maarten Kossmann (eds.), Essays in African languages and linguistics: in honour of Maarten Mous, 241-266. Leiden: ASCL Occasional Publication 41. 

Li, Zhen. 2020. A note on the functional passives in Teke-Kukuya (Bantu B77, Congo). In Van der Wal, Jenneke, Heleen Smits, Sara Petrollino, Victoria Nyst, and Maarten Kossmann (eds.), Essays in African languages and linguistics: in honour of Maarten Mous, 267-286. Leiden: ASCL Occasional Publication 41. 

Van der Wal, Jenneke, and Allen Asiimwe. 2020. The residue of the conjoint/disjoint alternation in Rukiga. Studies in African Linguistics 49 (1). 43-59.

In preparation

Van der Wal, Jenneke, and Stavros Skopeteas. Glossary of information structure (version Nov 2019)

Van der Wal, Jenneke, and Aurélio Simango. Subject inversion in Changana. manuscript for comments

Asiimwe, Allen, Maria Kouneli, and Jenneke van der Wal. Determiner spreading in Rukiga.

Asiimwe, Allen, Patrick Kanampiu, Elisabeth Kerr, Zhen Li, Amani Lusekelo, Ernest Nshemezimana, and Jenneke van der Wal. Bantu word order between discourse and grammatical roles.

Amani Lusekelo and Jenneke van der Wal. The V and CV augment in Kinyakyusa and exhaustivity.

Simon Msovela, Jenneke van der Wal, and Amani Lusekelo. Subject inversion in Kinyakyusa.

Van der Wal, Jenneke, and Kyle Jerro. Concessive and intensive meaning in Bantu predicate doubling.

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