Nilotic Research
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Hamaya, Mitsuyo.  1993.  Maasai Auxiliaries and Infinitival ConstructionsUniversity of Oregon M.A. Thesis.
Kotikash, Leonard.  2000.  The Derivational Morphology of the Maa Noun.  Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, Final Project.

Lamoureaux, Siri Van Dorn.  2004.  Applicative Constructions in Maasai.  University of Oregon MA. Thesis.
Oduor Ojwang', Benson. 1998. The Syntax and Semantics of Ellipsis in Dholuo Coordinate Sentences. University of Nairobi M.A. Thesis.

Payne, Doris L. 2004.  Functions of Maa pe + Low Tone: a Case Study of Discourse Driven Polysemy.  Journal of Language Sciences [Korea] 11.97-139.
Schneider, Cindy.  1998.  Property Concept Terms in Maasai.  University of Oregon M.A. Thesis.
Rasmussen, Kent. 2002. Verb Tone in Il-Keekonyokie Maa. University of Oregon M.A. Thesis.

Remijsen, Bert, and Cedric Macmartin. 2007. Dinka Prosody Data Collection. University of Edinburgh
Wright, Frank.  1999.  Nuer Noun Morphology.  SUNY-Buffalo M.A. Thesis.
Zwarts, Joost.  Various papers on Endo (Southern Nilotic), including phonology, morphology, semantics, lexical semantics, discourse.


Please forward information to dlpayne@darkwing.uoregon.eduon links to additional Nilotic research papers, or unpublished manuscripts.

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  This page last updated October 6, 2004, by Doris L. Payne