ICSNL Volumes

This page conaints ICSNL volumes from 2004 to the present. The Kinkade Collection contains freely downloadable ICSNL volumes from the year 1967 to the present. Here is a historical note on the Kinkade Collection and ICSNL.

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The Fifty-First International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages is being hosted by the Tla'amin First Nation, BC, August 13-14, 2016. Editors: Marianne Huijsmans, Thomas J. Heins, Oksana Tkachman, and Natalie Weber.

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The Fiftieth International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages was co-hosted by the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC and the Simon Fraser University First Nations Language Centre, Burnaby, BC, August 5-7, 2015. Editors: Natalie Weber, Erin Guntly, Zoe Lam, and Sihwei Chen.

  • Frontmatter (includes Preface and Introduction for the 50th year), pp. i-ix

Part I: Phonetics and phonology

Part II: Syntax and semantics

Part III: Neighbouring languages

Part IV: Collaborations, indigenous voices, and stories

Part V: Additional contributions

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The Forty-Ninth International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages was hosted by the Coeur d'Alene Casino, Worley, Idaho, August 2-3, 2014. Editors: Natalie Weber, Emily Sadlier-Brown, and Erin Guntly.

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Edited by Joel Dunham, Patrick Littell, and John Lyon

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Edited by Joel Dunham, John Lyon and Natalie Weber

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Edited by John Lyon and Joel Dunham

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Edited by Joel Dunham and John M. Lyon

  • Dawn Bates and Deryle Lonsdale, “Recovering and updating legacy dictionary data”, pp. 1-12.
  • Jan P. van Eijk, “Salish words for ‘black bear’ and ‘grizzly bear’”, pp. 13-25.
  • John Lyon, “Okanagan demonstratives and their uses in story: Some notes on their frequency, distribution, and function”, pp. 26-45.
  • Lisa Matthewson, “Mood and modality in St’át’imcets and beyond”, pp. 46-107.
  • Mizuki Miyashita and Annabelle Chatsis, “Developing Blackfoot language teaching in collaboration”, pp. 108-115.
  • Mizuki Miyashita and Rosella Many Bears, “Academic-community collaboration: Data collection, linguistics research, and language teaching”, pp. 116-123.
  • Nico Baier, “Irrealis morphology in Montana Salish”, pp. 124-139.
  • Matthew Davidson and Adam Werle, “Makah texts and analysis”, pp. 140-154.
  • Ryan Denzer-King, “A Preliminary look at restricted counting in Proto-Salish”, pp. 155-170.
  • Jan P. van Eijk, “‘Cherchez la femme:’ A Lillooet lexical treasure hunt”, pp. 171-174.
  • Donna B. Gerdts, “Agreement in Halkomelem complex auxiliaries”, pp. 175-189.
  • Elizabeth Herrling (produced by Stolo Shxweli), “Summertime”, pp. 190-198.
  • John Lyon, “Nominal modification in Upper Nicola Okanagan: A working paper”, pp. 199-233.
  • Connor Mayer, “Voice onset time and the realization of voiced stops in Kwak’wala”, pp. 234-244.
  • Claire K. Turner, “Aspectual properties of SENCOTEN reflexives”, pp. 245-268.
  • Suzanne Urbanczyk, “Evidence from Halkomelem for a Grounded Morphology (abstract)”, pp. 269-269.
  • Henry Zenk et. al., “Chinuk Wawa (Chinook Jargon) etymologies”, pp. 270-348.

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Edited by Christiana Christodoulou and John M. Lyon

  • Nico Baier and Di Wdzenczny, “Negation in Montana Salish”, pp. 1-13.
  • Jason Brown, “An unexpected gap in Gitksan consonant cluster phonotactics”, pp. 14-21.
  • Seth Cable, “Covert A-scrambling in Tlingit”, pp. 22-53.
  • Andrew Cienski, “Towards a Taxonomy of Cowichan Epistemological Roots”, pp. 54-83.
  • Mona Jules, “Le tu7kwem’inem te melmac”, pp. 84-96.
  • Karsten A. Koch, “Some issues in the structure and interpretation of clefts in Nłe’kepmxcin (Thompson River Salish)”, pp. 97-120.
  • John M. Lyon, “Parsing Lawrence Nicodemus’ Snchitsu’umshtsn File Card Collection”, pp. 121-134.
  • Tony Mattina, “How I interlinearize “Invaluable Stories” and Other Texts”, pp. 135-150.
  • James J. Thompson, “Control constructions as a sub-class of nominalized clauses in Upriver Halkomelem”, pp. 151-162.

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Edited by Kristin M. Jóhannsdóttir and Martin A. Oberg

  • Ben Barrett, “Summary of qʷiˑqʷiˑdiččaq (Makah) attitudinal pilot study”, pp. 1-27.
  • David Beck, “A taxonomy of Lushootseed valency-increasing affixes”, pp. 28-88.
  • Jason Brown, “Patterns of deglottalisation in Tsimshianic”, pp. 89-100.
  • Yunhee Chung, “The internal structure of Kwak’wala nominal domain”, pp. 101-118.
  • Henry Davis, Lisa Matthewson & Hotze Rullmann, “A unified modal semantics for “out-of-control” marking in St’át’imcets”, pp. 119-160.
  • Jan van Eijk, “Súnułqaz’: The quest continues”, pp. 161-163.
  • Hudu Fusheini, “The low vowel and retraction in St’át’imcets”, pp. 164-175.
  • Donna B. Gerdts & Kaoru Kiyosawa, “Combinatorial properties of Salish applicatives”, pp. 176-219.
  • Jennifer Glougie, “Aspect in St’át’imcets future expressions”, pp. 220-235.
  • Peter Jacobs, “Intonation of yes/no questions in Skwxwú7mesh”, pp. 236-255.
  • Peter Jacobs, “Txw as an out of control marker in Skwxwú7mesh”, pp. 256-284.
  • Masaru Kiyota, “Aspectual properties of unaccusatives and transitives in Saanich”, pp. 285-292.
  • Karsten Koch, “Questions and Answers in Nłe’kepmxcin: Facilitating Transfer from Theoretical Linguistics to Education”, pp. 293-323.
  • John Lyon, “A Perception Study of Glottalization in St’át’imcets /l̓/”, pp. 324-335.
  • Calisto Mudzingwa, “h in St’át’imcets”, pp. 336-356.
  • Martin A. Oberg, “Intonation contours in St’át’imcets”, pp. 357-370.
  • Sylvia Renardy, “Laura’s first time in Vancouver”, pp. 371-382.
  • Kimary Shahim, “An acoustic study of schwa production in two St’át’imcets varieties”, pp. 383-390.
  • Evelyn Windson Wakas, “Heiltsuk place names: a Wakashan perspective”, pp. 391-395.
  • Evelyn Windsor, Elizabeth Bolton, Beth Humchitt, Susan Russell, Andrew Speck and Connie Tallio, “The airplane project: safety announcements in Heiltsukvla”, pp. 396-408.
  • Tim Montler, “Klallam demonstratives”, pp. 409-425.

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Edited by Masaru Kiyota, James J. Thompson & Noriko Yamane-Tanaka

  • Bakker, Peter, “Algonquian-Ritwan, (Kutenai) and Salish: Proving a distant genetic relationship”, pp. 1-32.
  • Black, Deirdre, “The /әə̲/ patterns of Spokane-Kalispel-Seliš”, pp. 33-59.
  • Charnley, Kerrie, “Our stories are our sacred ground; our language is the air we breathe — toward a Halq’eméylem-based literary aesthetic: The Aboriginal worldview in contrast with the European philosophical tradition”, pp. 60-76.
  • Dilts, Philip, “An analysis of the Okanagan “middle” marker -M”, pp. 77-98.
  • Galloway, Brent, “Semantic roles in Upriver Halkomelem”, pp. 99-128.
  • Gerdts, Donna B. & Thomas E. Hukari, “Classifying Halkomelem causatives”, pp. 129-145.
  • Gillon, Carrie, “Deictic features: Evidence from Skwxwú7mesh determiners and demonstratives”, pp. 146-179.
  • Igarashi, Yuko, “The position of the negative particle /?a/ and a relative clause in Tsilhqut’in”, pp. 180-191.
  • Koch, Karsten A., “Transitive word order in Nłe’kepmxcin (Thompson River Salish)”, pp. 192-220.
  • Matthewson, Lisa, Hotze Rullmann & Henry Davis, “Evidentials are epistemic modals in St’át’imcets”, pp. 221-263.
  • Rude, Noel, “Proto-Sahaptian vocalism”, pp. 264-277.
  • White, Frederick, “Haida language research digitization project”, pp. 278-285.
  • Wiltschko, Martina, “Inlocatives in Upriver Halkomelem”, pp. 286-310.

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Edited by J. C. Brown, M. Kiyota and T. Peterson

  • Preface:, “The Kinkade Collection – 40 years of papers from the International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages: 1967-1987″.
  • Adams, George, Brent Galloway, and Catalina Renteria, “A Nooksack story from 1956, How to become an Indian Doctor”, pp. 1-31.
  • Bates, Dawn, “Code-switching in Martha Lamont’s “Little Diver Was the Wife of Heron”", pp. 32-48.
  • Brown, Jason & James J. Thompson, “Is Upriver Halkomelem a tone language?”, pp. 49-64.
  • Brown, Jason, Karsten Koch & Martina Wiltschko, “On certain unexpected gaps in transitive paradigms and their implication”, pp. 65-88.
  • Davis, John Hamilton, “High consonants, articulatory transitions, and nonhigh vowels in Comox”, pp. 89-97.
  • Gerdts, Donna B. & Kaoru Kiyosawa, “Discourse functions of Salish applicatives”, pp. 98-124.
  • Koch , Karsten A., “Double subject marking in Nłe’kepmxcin”, pp. 125-139.
  • Leonard, Janet, “Lexical Suffixes, Roots and Stress in SENCOTEN”, pp. 140-165.
  • Matthewson, Lisa, Hotze Rullman, & Henry Davis, “Modality in St’át’imcets”, pp. 166-183.
  • Pharris, Nicholas & Sarah Thomason, “Lexical transfer between Southern Interior Salish and Molalla-Sahaptian”, pp. 184-209.
  • Shaw, Patricia A., Fiona Campbell, Flora Ehrhardt & Patricia McKay, “Patterns and timing of resonant glottalization in Nłe’kepmxcin”, pp. 210-224.
  • Thompson, James J., “Vowel duration in Upriver Halkomelem”, pp. 225-233.
  • Thompson, Nile R. & C. Dale Sloat, “The case of the two ladies and the owl: How a disagreement can help a dying language speak”, pp. 234-244.
  • Turner, Claire Kelly, “Resultatives and Actuals in SENĆOŦEN”, pp. 245-263.
  • Wiltschko, Martina, “A part of wood is not a tree. On the absence of the count/mass distinction in Halkomelem”, pp. 264-288.
  • Wojdak, Rachel, “”Outside-in” dependencies in Nuu-chah-nulth affixation”, pp. 289-1000.
  • Zenk, Henry B. & Tony A. Johnson, “Chinookan word classes and Chinuk Wawa etymologies”, pp. 1001-1002.

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Edited by J. C. Brown & Tyler Peterson

  • Dawn Bates & Thom Hess, “The expression of NPs in Lushootseed texts”, pp. 1-44.
  • Larry Grant, Susan J. Blake & Ulrich C. Teucher, “Meanings of Musqueam ancestral names; The Capilano tradition”, pp. 45-66.
  • Marion G.Caldecott, “St’át’imcets /-min̓/ transitivizing suffix alternations; A case for paradigm leveling?”, pp. 67-82.
  • Henry Davis, “Locative relative clauses in St’át’imcets (Lilloet Salish)”, pp. 83-116.
  • Henry Davis, “VP ellipsis and its implications”, pp. 117-140.
  • Brent Galloway, George Adams & Catalina Renteria, “Bringing back the Nooksack languages from the dead”, pp. 141-148.
  • Brent Galloway, George Adams & Catalina Renteria, “What a Nooksack story can tell us about morphology and syntax”, pp. 149-168.
  • Dr. Stelomethet Ethel B. Gardiner, “T’ít’elemettset te st’ílems the skw’okw’qáq:q: Singing the robin’s song”, pp. 167-182.
  • Rosaleen George, “Yamelot’s Sasq’ets story”, pp. 183-188.
  • Donna B. Gerdts, “Halkomelem directional applicatives”, pp. 189-200.
  • Donna B. Gerdts & Thomas E.Hukari, “Halkomelem denominal verbs”, pp. 201-214.
  • Carrie Gillon & Martina Wiltschko, “Missing determiners/complemetizers in wh-questions: Evidence from Skwxwú7mesh and Halq’em’ylem’”, pp. 215-230.
  • M. Dale Kinkade & Masaru Kiyota, “Changing state in Salishan languages”, pp. 231-240.
  • Kaoru Kiyosawa, “The distribution of possessive applicatives in Interior Salish languages”, pp. 241-252.
  • Masaru Kiyota, “Aspectual classification of verbs in Sәnčáθәn”, pp. 253-268.
  • Karsten Koch, “On predicate modification in Nłe’kepmxcin (Thompson river Salish)”, pp. 269-282.
  • Aliki Marinakis, “A Preliminary description of consonant clusters in Upriver Halq’eméylem”, pp. 283-302.
  • Thimothy Montler, “Klallan from A to B”, pp. 303-316.
  • Hank Nater, “Bella Coola /-uks/ reconsidered”, pp. 317-322.
  • Tyler Peterson, “Case and the (re)organization of semantic roles in Tsimshian connectives”, pp. 323-340.
  • Elizabeth Ritter & Martina Wiltschko, “The lack of tense as a syntactic category; Evidence from Blackfoot and Halkomelem”, pp. 341-370.
  • David Robertson, “On the meaning of Thompson resonant glottalization”, pp. 371-384.
  • Nile Robert Thompson & C. Dale Sloat, “The growth of Salishan ‘gardens’; Part one : Interior Salish”, pp. 385-402.
  • Frederick White, “Linguistic strategies encountered at a Haida immersion camp”, pp. 403-418.
  • Henry B. Zenk & Tony A. Johnson, “Uncovering the roots of Chinuk Wawa: a new look at the linguistic and historical record”,
    pp. 419-452.
  • From 2003: Lisa Matthewson, “On the absence of tense on determiners: a reply to Wiltschko”, pp. 453-482.