Bibliography of Materials on the
Slave Language
Delancey, Scott (1990)
"Notes on Evidentiality in Hare," International Journal of American Linguistics 56.152-181.

Hoijer, Harry (1966)
"Hare Phonology: An Historical Study," Language 42.499-507.
Based on unpublished data collected in 1929 by Fan-Kuei Li.

Howard, Philip (1963)
"A Preliminary Presentation of Slavey Phonemes," University of California Publications in Linguistics 29.42-47.

Howard, Philip (1977)
A Dictionary of the Verbs of the Slave Language. Ottawa: Northern Social Research Division, Department of Northern and Indian Affairs.

Howard, Philip (1990)
A Dictionary of the Verb of South Slavey. Yellowknife: Department of Culture and Communication, Government of the Northwest Territories.

Moore, Pat and Angela Wheelock (eds.) (1990)
Wolverine Myths and Visions: Dene Traditions from Northern Alberta. Compiled by the Dene Wodih Society. Edmonton: University of Alberta.
The second part of the book contains over 150 pages of texts in Slave with interlinear glosses. The first part contains free English translations of the texts with introductions to the various genres.

Pepper, Mary (1985)
"Slavey Expressive Terms: Synchronic Evidence for Diachronic Change," Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics 4.

Petitot, Emile (1876)
Dictionaire de la language Déné-Dindjíe. Paris: Ernest Leroux.

Rice, Keren (1976)
Hare Phonology. Ph. D. dissertation, University of Toronto.

Rice, Keren (1977)
Hare Noun Dictionary. Ottawa: Northern Social Research Division, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs.

Rice, Keren (1977)
A Preliminary Grammar of Fort Good Hope Slavey (Hare). Ottawa: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.

Rice, Keren (1977)
"The Continuants in Hare," International Journal of American Linguistics 43.315-326.

Rice, Keren (1978)
Hare Dictionary. Ottawa: Northern Social Research Division, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs.

Rice, Keren (1980)
"A Rule-Ordering Paradox in Hare," Canadian Journal of Linguistics 25.25-32.

Rice, Keren (1983)
Fort Nelson Dene Topical Dictionary. Victoria: British Columbia Provincial Museum.

Rice, Keren (1985)
``The optative and *s and *n conjugation marking in Slave,'' International Journal of American Linguistics 51.282-301.

Rice, Keren (1985)
``Continuant voicing in Slave (northern Athabaskan): the cyclic application of default rules,'' In M. Hammond and M. Noonan (eds.) Morphology Yearbook pp. 371-378. New York: Academic Press.

Rice, Keren (1985)
"Noun Compounds in Dene," Journal of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association 6/7.55-72.

Rice, Keren (1986)
"Some Remarks on Direct and Indirect Discourse in Slave," in Florian Coulmas (ed.) Reported Speech Across Languages. (Berlin: Mounton de Gruyter). pp. 47-76.

Rice, Keren (1987)
"Metrical Structure in a Tone Language: the Foot in Athapaskan (Slave)," Chicago Linguistic Society (Parasession) 23.239-253.

Rice, Keren (1987)
"The Function of Structure Preservation: Derived Environments," North-Eastern Linguistic Society 17.501-20.

Rice, Keren (1988)
"On Defining the Intonation Phrase: Evidence from Slave," Phonology Yearbook 4.37-60.

Rice, Keren (1988)
"Continuant Voicing in Slave (Northern Athapaskan): the Cyclic Application of Default Rules," in Michael Hammond and Michael Noonan (eds.) Theoretical Morphology (San Diego: Academic Press) pp. 371-388.

Rice, Keren (1988)
"Conditions on Delinking in Syllable Template Phonology," North-Eastern Linguistic Society 18.395-411.

Rice, Keren (1988)
"Vowel-initial Suffixes and Clitics in Slave," in Donna B. Gerdts and Karin Michelson (eds.) Theoretical Perspectives on Native American Languages (Albany: State University of New York) pp. 104-132.

Rice, Keren (1989)
A Grammar of Slave. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Rice, Keren (1989)
"The Phonology of Fort Nelson Slave Stem Tone: Syntactic Implications," in Eung-Do Cook and Keren Rice (eds.) Athapaskan Linguistics: Current Perspectives on a Language Family. pp. 229-264. Trends in Linguistics. State-of-the-Art Reports 15. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Rice, Keren (1990)
"Predicting Rule Domains in the Phrasal Phonology," in Sharon Inkelas and Draga Zec (eds.) The Phonology/Syntax Connection (Chicago: University of Chicago Press) pp. 289-312.

Rice, Keren (1991)
``Prosodic constituency in Hare (Athabaskan): evidence for the foot,'' Lingua 82.201-245.

Rice, Keren (1991)
``Intransitives in Slave (Northern Athabaskan): Arguments for Unaccusatives,'' International Journal of American Linguistics 57.51-69.

Rice, Keren (1991)
"Predicting the Order of the Disjunct Morphemes in the Athapaskan Verb," Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 11.99-121.

Rice, Keren (1992)
"On Deriving Rule Domains: the Athapaskan Case," West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 10.417-430.

Rice, Keren (1992)
"Blocking and Privative Features: a Prosodic Account," The Linguistic Review 9.359-93.

Rice, Keren (1993)
"A Reexamination of the Feature [sonorant]: the Status of `sonorant obstruents'," Language 69.308-344.

Rice, Keren (1993)
"The Structure of the Slave Verb," in Sharon Hargus and Ellen Kaisse (eds.) Studies in Lexical Phonology (New York: Academic Press) pp. 145-172.

Rice, Keren (1993)
``A Sketch of Slave (Northern Athapaskan),'' ms. University of Toronto.

Rice, Keren (1994)
"Laryngeal Features in Athapaskan Languages," Phonology 11.107-147.

Rice, Keren (1995)
"The Representation of the Perfective Suffix in the Athapaskan Language Family," International Journal of American Linguistics 61.1-37.

Rice, Keren and Sharon Hargus (1989)
"Conjugation and Mode in Athapaskan Languages: Evidence for Two Positions," in Eung-Do Cook and Keren Rice (eds.) Athapaskan Linguistics: Current Perspectives on a Language Family. pp. 265-315. Trends in Linguistics. State-of-the-Art Reports 15. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Rice, Keren and Leslie Saxon (1993)
"Paradigmatic and Syntagmatic Mechanisms for Syntactic Change in Athapaskan," Berkeley Linguistics Society 19s.

Rice, Keren and Leslie Saxon (1994)
"The Subject Position in Athapaskan Languages," in Heidi Harley and Colin Philips (eds.) The Morphology-Syntax Connection. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 22.173-195.

Rice, Keren and Leslie Saxon (1994)
"On Subject-Verb Constituency: Evidence from Athapaskan Languages," West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 11.434-450.

Rushforth, Scott (1981)
"Speaking to `relatives-through-marriage': Aspects of Communication among the Bear Lake Athapaskans," Journal of Anthropological Research 37.28-45.

Rushforth, Scott (1991)
"Uses of Bearlake and Mescalero (Athapaskan) Classificatory Verbs," International Journal of American Linguistics 57.251-266.

Rushforth, Scott and Larry Gorbet (1989)
"Notes on Bearlake Athapaskan Relative Clauses," International Journal of American Linguistics 55.455-467.

Saxon, Leslie (1989)
"Lexical Versus Syntactic Projection: the Configurationality of Slave," in Eung-Do Cook and Keren Rice (eds.) Athapaskan Linguistics: Current Perspectives on a Language Family. pp. 379-406. Trends in Linguistics. State-of-the-Art Reports 15. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

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