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LING 226 Morphology

Find an Endangered Language

 The World Atlas of Language Structures (WALS) is a large database of structural (phonological, grammatical, lexical) properties of languages gathered from descriptive materials (such as reference grammars).

Find Peer-Reviewed Literature

DiscoverUR: Use filters to narrow to linguistics-related items.

Remember, your sources need to be peer-reviewed and produced by a scholarly publisher. Materials created by native speakers can be given special consideration.

Your sources should also have:

  • Surface string
  • Morpheme break up
  • Gloss
  • Translation

If you come across items on endangered languages that would be helpful for your research and that UR does not own, please let me know and I will purchase these items using the funds I have for Linguistics collection development.

Annotated Bibliography

As part of your assignment you need to create an Annotated Bibliography. Check the links below for definitions and examples.