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l. 1995. The grammar of inalienability. A typological perspective on body parts terms and the part-whole relation. (Empirical approaches to language typology 14). Berlin; Mouton de Gruyter (xiii +93l pp.) [with William McGregor (editors/authors)].

2. 2001. Sinitic grammar: synchronic and diachronic perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (429 pp.) [editor/author]; 2nd edition, 2004, retitled Chinese grammar: synchronic and diachronic perspectives.

3. 2005. A grammar and lexicon of Hakka: Historical materials from the Basel Mission Library. Collection des Cahiers de Linguistique -Asie Orientale 8, Paris: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (421 pp.) [with Christine Lamarre] .

4. 2013. Breaking down the barriers: interdisciplinary studies in Chinese linguistics and beyond. 2 vols. Taipei: Academia Sinica (joint editorship with Cao Guangshun, R. Djamouri & Thekla Wiebusch), 1171 pp.

5. 2015. Diversity in Sinitic languages. editor/author, Oxford: Oxford Unversity Press, 315 pp.


1989 Alienability, inalienability and classification. Proceedings ofthe Berkeley Linguistics Society 15: 24-36 [with William McGregor].

1995 Inalienability and the personal domain in Mandarin Chinese discourse. ln H. Chappell & W.McGregor (eds.) The grammar of inalienability. A typological perspective on body part terms and the part—whole relation, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 465-527.

1999 The double unaccusative in Sinitic languages. In: Doris L. Payne and Immanuel Barshi (eds.) External Possession and related noun incorporation constructions. (Typological Studies in Language Series 39). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 197-232.

2000 Dialect grammar in two early modem Southern Min texts: A comparative study of dative kit, comitative cang and diminutive -guia. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 28.2: 247-302.

200la Language contact and areal diffusion in Sinitic languages: problems for typology and genetic affiliation, ln: Alexandra Aikhenvald & R.M.W. Dixon (eds,) Areal dyfusion and genetic inheritance: problems in comparative linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 328- 357.

200lb A typology of evidential markers in Sinitic languages, ln: H. Chappell (ed.) Sinitic grammar: Synchronic and diachronic perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 56-84.

2006 From Eurocentrism to Sinocentrism: the case of disposal constructions in Sinitic languages. In Felix Ameka, Alan Dench and Nicholas Evans (eds.) Catching language: the standing challenge of grammar writing Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter,44l-486.

2006 Chappell, Hilary and Alain Peyraube. The analytic causatives of Early Modern Southem Min in diachronic perspective. Dah—an Ho, H. Samuel Cheung, Wuyun Pan and Fuxiang Wu (eds.) Linguistic studies in Chinese and neighboring languages. Taipei : Academia Sinica, 973-101 l.

2008 Variation in the grammaticalization of complementizers from verbo dicendi in Sinitic languages. Linguistic Typology 12.1: 45—98.

2016.Major non-canonical clause types in Mandarin Chinese: bă, bèi, and ditransitives. Chapter 15 in Chu-Ren Huang & Dingxu Shi (eds.), Reference Grammar of the Chinese Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.53-83 .

2016. Modality and mood in Sinitic languages, In: Jan Nuyts & Johan van der Auwera (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Mood and Modality. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 296-329. (with Alain Peyraube)

2016. Mandarin and other Sinitic languages. In Chan Sin-wai (ed.) The Routledge Encyclopedia of the Chinese Language. Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge. (with Li Lan), 605-628.

2016. A semantic typology of negation in Sinitic languages: synchronic and diachronic views. In Pang-hsin Ting, Samuel Hung-nin Cheung, Sze-Wing Tang and Andy Chin (eds.), New Horizons in the Study of Chinese: Dialectology, Grammar, and Philology - Studies in Honor of Professor Anne Yue. Hong Kong : T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Center, Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp. 483-534 (2016). (with Alain Peyraube).

2017. From verb of saying to attitudinal discourse marker in Southern Min: (inter)subjectivity and grammaticalization. In Hubert Cuyckens, Lobke Ghesquière and Daniël Van Olmen (eds.), Aspects of Grammaticalization: (Inter)Subjectification, Analogy and Unidirectionality. (Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 139-165.

2017. Languages of China in their East and South-East Asian context. In Raymond Hickey (ed). The Cambridge Handbook of Areal Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 196-214.

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