The 51st Algonquian Conference was held from October 25 to 27, 2019, at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was organized by Janine Metallic (McGill University), Jessica Coon (McGill University), Amy Dahlstrom (University of Chicago), Monica Macaulay (University of Wisconsin–Madison), Margaret Noodin (University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee), and Angela Mesic (University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee). This fully refereed volume was edited by Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin.
This volume is now available from MSU press: order.
Monica Macaulay, Margaret Noodin
Jerome Biedny, Andrea Cudworth, Sarah Holmstrom, Monica Macaulay, Gabrielle Mistretta, Joseph Salmons, Charlotte Vanhecke, and Bo Zhan
Lexical Relationships in Central Algonquian
David J. Costa
Prenouns and Noun Compounding in Miami-Illinois
How Many Classifiers in Arapaho?
R.-M. Déchaine, M. Dufresne, and S. Frazier
The Deployment of Ojibwe Discourse Markers
Erik D. Gooding
Put No Faith in the Foxes. They Are a Proud People. They Despise the French and All the Other Nations Also: Understanding Meshkwaki Social Landscapes through Semiotic Analysis of Ethnonyms
Robert E. Lewis Jr.
The Scattered Evidential System of Potawatomi
Gii-moozhiginigaazowag Miinawaa Gii-webinigaazowag (They Were Kidnapped and Orphaned): Including Boarding School History in Anishinaabemowin Curriculum
Exceptional Animates in Ojibwe: The Link between Gender and Classifiers
Constellational Visions: International Configurations of Survivance in Gerald Vizenor’s Hiroshima Bugi
Cécile Planchon, Marie-Odile Junker, John O’Meara, and Claire Owen
Adapting the CEFR to Algonquian Languages
#Begish naa weweni bgosendmaan—I Hope I’m Hoping Properly: Hope and Wish Constructions in Nishnaabemwin
Richard A. Rhodes
Ojibwe Obstruent Voicing
Rachel Vogel and Sarah E. Murray
Prosodically Conditioned Phonology in Cheyenne
H. C. Wolfart
Obligation and Restriction in Plains Cree