Cowell, Andrew – The Noowo3ineheeno’ Language [Cowell_AC52]

Dahlstrom, Amy – Ditransitive Licensing of Long Distance Agreement in Meskwaki [Dahlstrom_AC52]

Genee, Inge and Fangfang Li – Measuring the VOT of Blackfoot Oral Stops [Genee_Li_AC52]

Hammerly, Christopher – Processing Obviation and Voice in Border Lakes Ojibwe [Hammerly_AC52]

Henke, Ryan – Marking Number and Obviation for Possessors: Child and Child-Directed Speech in Northern East Cree [Henke_AC52]

Holmstrom, Sarah – Discourse Particles in Menominee [Holmstrom_AC52]

Kasper, Corinne – Revisiting the é-Preverb [Kasper_AC52]

Lewis, Robert – A History of Potawatomi Language Planning and Policy: Education Funding from 1819 to 1848 [Lewis_AC52]

Mazzoli, Maria – Productivity, Polysynthesis and the Algonquian Language [Mazzoli_AC52]

Odribets, Zlata and Will Oxford – Algonquian Languages are not Ergative [Odribets_Oxford_AC52]

Oxford, Will – Direct, Inverse, and Neutral: Refining the Description of Algonquian Transitive Verb Forms [Oxford_AC52]

Rice, Mskwaankwad – The Preterit Mode and Counterfactuality [Rice_AC52]

Schmirler, Katherine – Infrequent Morphosyntactic Phenomena in Plains Cree: Bloomfield’s Text Collections and the Ahenakew-Wolfart Corpus [Schmirler_AC52]

Schmirler, Katherine and Antti Arppe – A Quantitative Look at Plains Cree Text Types: âtayôhkêwina vs. âcimowina in Bloomfield’s Texts and âcimisowina vs. kakêskihkêmowina in the Ahenakew-Wolfart Corpus [Schmirler_Arppe_AC52]

Thomason, Lucy – The Sound in the Sky of Cranes Approaching: II Verbs with Animate Adjuncts in Meskwaki [Thomason_AC52]

Vogel, Rachel – Phonology of Multiple Types of Vowel Devoicing in Cheyenne: A Featural Approach [Vogel_AC52]

Weber, Natalie – Phonological Domains within Blackfoot: Towards a Family-Wide Comparison [Weber_AC52]

Wilson, Fiona – Quantitative Analysis of Negation in Two Cree Corpora [Wilson_AC52]

Xu, Yadong – The Cline of the Peripheral Agreement and its Implication about Object Types [Xu_AC52]