Volume 46

The Forty-Sixth Algonquian Conference was held at the Mohegan Sun Casino and Convention Center in Uncasville, Connecticut from October 23-26, 2014. It was co-hosted by Doug Whalen of the Endangered Language Fund and the City University of New York and Stephanie Fielding of the Mohegan Tribe. This fully-refereed volume was edited by edited by Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin.

This volume will soon be available from MSU Press.

Contents

Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin

Preface

Heather Bliss and Will Oxford

Patterns of syncretism in nominal paradigms: A pan-Algonquian perspective

Vincent Collette

Two idiomatic verbs of speaking in Northern East Cree

Amy Dahlstrom

Obviation and information structure in Meskwaki

Brandon J. Fry and Éric Mathieu

La sémantique de l’accord à longue distance en algonquin

Erik D. Gooding

Agi nenadi iboni medgakiwiyattini: Understanding the individual in Meshkwaki culture through history

Michael David Hamilton

Ditransitives and possessor raising in Mi’gmaq

Meredith Johnson and Bryan Rosen

The syntax of medial incorporation and concrete finals in Menominee

Kyumin Kim

Animacy and transitivity alternations in Blackfoot

Carol-Rose Little

Negation and indefinite pronouns in Mi’gmaq

Hunter Thompson Lockwood

Revisiting Potawatomi derivational morphology

Cherry Meyer

Discontinuous constituents in Ojibwe: Accounting for two preverbal words

Richard A. Rhodes

Obviation, inversion, and the notion of topic in Algonquian

Medicine Woman Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel

Algonquian naming, power, and relationality in a rare Native love poem