& Handout Downloads
These are .pdf versions of selected publications, handouts (or works in
progress). Note: These manuscripts are generally not the most updated
(or released) version of the published manuscript (i.e. they are
pre-prints). Many of these are available from academia.edu.
Look at my
updated C.V. and e-mail me if you want a copy of something not
available here or via academia.edu
Hildebrandt, Kristine. 2004a. "How
do you 'Do' in Manange?" Unpublished Ms (despite the analytical flaws,
& F0 trace: 'copper' (tone 4) in Manange
there is a story here...)
Hildebrandt, Kristine. 2004b. "A
Grammar & Dictionary of the Manange Language." p. 2-189 in
Tibeto-Burman Languages of Nepal: Manange and Sherpa. Carol Genetti, ed.
Linguistics. (This is a pre-page-proofs version only)
Also from the grammar: the glossary;
Hildebrandt, Kristine. 2005. “A
Phonetic Analysis of Manange Segmental & Suprasegmental Properties.”
Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman
Area 28.1 1-36.
Hildebrandt, Kristine. 2007a. “Prosodic
and Grammatical Domains in Limbu.” Himalayan
Linguistics Journal 8. 1-34
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. 2007b. “Tone
in Tibeto-Burman Languages: Typological and Sociolinguistic Approaches.”
p. 67-90 in New Trends in Typology: Young Typologists’ Contributions to
Linguistic Theory. Matti Miestamo and Bernhard Waelchli, eds. Berlin:
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. 2007c. “Phonology
and Fieldwork in Nepal: Problems and Potentials.” p. 33-44 in
Proceedings of the Conference on Language Documentation and Linguistic
Theory. Peter Austin, Oliver Bond and David Nathan, eds. London: SOAS.
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. 2007d. “Manange.”
283-300 in Grammatical Borrowing in Cross-linguistic Perspective. Yaron
Matras and Jeanette Sakel, eds. Berlin: Mouton.
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. 2008. “Tonal
F0 Variation in Manange (Tibeto-Burman, Nepal): A Case Study.”
Unpublished Manuscript (this is an ever-evolving and
never-actually-published study of tonal phonetics in Manange...sigh.... you
can ask me to find what what kind of manifestation it has taken most
Hall, T.A., and Kristine A. Hildebrandt. 2008a. "Phonological
and Morphological Domains in Kyriong Tibetan." Linguistics 46.2
Hall, T.A., Kristine A. Hildebrandt and Balthasar Bickel. 2008b. "Introduction:
Theory and Typology of the Word." Linguistics 46.2 183-192.
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. and Oliver Bond. 2009 "WALS
in the University Classroom: A Review". Linguistic Typology 13:
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. 2009. “Loanwords
in Manange, a Tibeto-Burman Language of Nepal.” p. 447-470 in
Loanwords in the World's Languages. Martin Haspelmath and Uri Tadmoor, eds.
Bickel, Balthasar, Kristine A. Hildebrandt and René Schiering.
Distribution of Phonological Word Domains: A Probabilistic Typology.”
p. 47-75 in Phonological Domains: Universals and Deviations. Baris Kabak and
Janet Grijzenhout, eds. Berlin: Mouton.
Genetti, Carol; Coupe, Alec R.; Bartee, Ellen; Hildebrandt, Kristine and
Yin, You-Jing. 2009. "Syntactic
Aspects of Nominalization in Five Tibeto-Burman Languages of the Himalayan
Area." Linguistics of the
Tibeto-Burman Area 31.2 97-143.
Schiering, René, Balthasar Bickel and Kristine A. Hildebrandt. 2010. “The
Prosodic Word is not Universal.” Journal of Linguistics 46 657-709.
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. and John Joseph Perry. 2011/to appear. "Preliminary
Notes on Gyalsumdo: An Undocumented Tibetan Variety in Manang District,
Linguistics 10.1 1-19.
Hildebrandt, Kristine A. Forthcoming. "Manange."
How Languages Work, Carol Genetti, ed. CUP. (this is still a pretty early
Selected Presentations (if you
would like to cite these, it's okay, but please ask me first, as I may have
done some updated work on the topic)
“Complex Stems in
Manange.” Linguistic Society of Nepal, 25th Annual Meeting,
Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu Nepal, November 2004
“Bipartite Stems and
the Himalayan Enclave Hypothesis.” 2005 Linguistic Society of
America Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA, January 9 2005
“The Areal and
Genealogical Dimensions of Hiatus.” Workshop on Areal Linguistics,
Bielefeld Germany, February 2006.
Role of Sub-phonemic Detail in Explaining Phonological Change.” The
Linguistic Association of Great Britain Annual Meeting, London, August 2007
“The Production and
Perception of Tone in Manang Gurung.” Workshop on Phonological Words
in South and Southeast Asia, Leipzig, Germany, September 2007 (co-presenter
Analysis of Phonological Word Domains.” The 7th Biennial Conference of
the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT 7), Paris, September, 2007
(co-presenters Balthasar Bickel and René Schiering).
"How Low Can You Go?
Contact Effects in Manange (Sino-Tibetan, Nepal)." University of
the West of England Linguistics Seminar, Bristol, March 2008.
Hiatus in Sino-Tibetan." Poster presentation at the 17th Annual
Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester, U.K., May 2009.
(Tibeto-Burman) at the Tonogenetic Crossroads." 15th Annual
Mid-continental Workshop on Phonology, Indiana University, October 2009.