Johanna Nichols - Selected Publications#

Grünthal, Riho, Volker Heyd, Sampsa Holopainen, Juha Janhunen, Olesya Khanina, Matti Miestamo, Johanna Nichols, Janne Saarikivi, and Kaius Sinnemäki. Drastic demographic events triggered the Uralic spread. Diachronica, in press.

Anna Bugaeva, Johanna Nichols, Balthasar Bickel. Verbs in appositive possession: Ainu and the Trans-Pacific languages. Linguistic Typology, 2021.

The origin and dispersal of Uralic: Distributional typological view. Annual Review of Linguistics 7, 2021.

Johanna Nichols, Yury Lander. Head-dependent marking. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Oxford University Press, 2020.

Johanna Nichols, Richard A. Rhodes. Vectors of language spread at the central steppe periphery: Finno-Ugric as catalyst language. Guus Kroonen and Rune Iverson, eds., Digging for words, 58-68. (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2888.) Oxford: BAR Publications, 2018.

Polysynthesis and head marking. In Michael Fortescue, Nicholas Evans, and Marianne Mithun, eds., Polysynthesis, 59-69. Oxford University Press, 2017.

Ingush Grammar. (UCPL 143.) Berkeley-LA: University of California Press, 2011.

Language spread rates as indicators of glacial-age peopling of the Americas. Current Anthropology 49:6.1109-1117 plus supporting online material. 2008.

Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time. University of Chicago Press, 1992.

Head-marking and dependent-marking grammar. Language 62:1.56-119, 1986.

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