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WATANABE, Honoré

Professor, Dr.

Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa,
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
3-11-1 Asahi-cho, Fuchu-shi,
Tokyo, 183-8534, Japan

Email: honore[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp

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Research interests: Salishan languages



My interests include morphology, typology, language description/documentation, Native American languages, particularly the Salishan languages, and all things linguistic. (... well, almost all!) I have been conducting research on the Sliammon/Homalco/Klahoose language, which is one of the Coast Salish languages. A representative work is my 2003 publication, A Morphological Description of Sliammon, Mainland Comox Salish, With a Sketch of Syntax, which is a revised and expanded version of my 2000 Kyoto University doctoral dissertation. (For availability, please contact eplr[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp) I am currently also working on a project (as the project coordinator) on clause combining, along with some twenty colleagues.

ʔəymut [ʔiːmot] 'Thank you' (in Sliammon)


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