Anne Storch - Selected Publications#

1. Storch, Anne. 2014. A Grammar of Luwo. An Anthropological Approach. Amsterdam: Benjamins. [monograph]]

2. Storch, Anne. 2011. Secret Manipulations. New York: Oxford University Press. [monograph]]

3. Lüpke, Friederike & Anne Storch 2013. Repertoires and Choices in African Languages. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter. [monograph]]

4. Storch, Anne. 2018. Evidentials in African languages. In Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Evidentiality, pp. 610-628. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

5. Storch, Anne. 2017. Typology of secret languages and linguistic taboos. In Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald & R.M.W. Dixon (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Typology, pp. 287-322. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

6. Coly, Jules Jacques & Anne Storch. 2017. Semantics of number marking in Maaka. In Storch, Anne & Jules Jacques Coly (eds.), Pluractional verbs and verbal plurals in African languages. STUF special issue: 51-72. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter.

7. Storch, Anne. 2017. At the fringes of language: on the semiotics of noise. In Ana Deumert & Joan Swann (eds.), The sociolinguistics of everyday linguistic creativity. Language Sciences.
8. Storch, Anne. 2015. Linguistic etiquette in a frontier situation: a case study from Chopi. In A. Mietzner & A. Storch (eds.), Nilo-Saharan Languages: Description and Modelling. Cologne: Köppe.

9. Storch, Anne. 2014. Counting chickens in Luwo. In A. Storch & G.J. Dimmendaal (eds.), Number: Constructions and Semantics. Case studies from Africa, India, Amazonia & Oceania, pp. 265-281. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

10. Storch, Anne. 2013. Knowing, smelling and telling tales in Luwo. In A.Y. Aikhenvald & A. Storch (eds.), Perception and Cognition in Language and Culture, pp. 47-68. Leiden: Brill.

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