Bibliography: Part II E. Morphology

1. Introductory texts

  • Aronoff, Mark and Fuderman, Kirsten. 2011. What is Morphology? 2nd ed. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Booij, Geert. 2007 The Grammar of Words. An Introduction to linguistic  Morphology. 2nd ed. OUP.
  • Carstairs-McCarthy, A. 1992. Current Morphology. Routledge.
  • Katamba, F. & J.T. Stonham. 2006. Morphology. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Matthews, P. 1991. Morphology. 2nd edition. CUP.
  • Spencer, A. 1991. Morphological Theory. Blackwell.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2010. Understanding Morphology. 2nd ed. Hodder Education.

2. Higher level texts and research works

  • Anderson, S. 1992. A-Morphous Morphology. CUP.
  • Aronoff, M. 1993 Morphology By Itself. MITP.
  • Baker, M. 1988. Incorporation. Chicago University Press.
  • Bazell, C. 1949 On the problem of the morpheme in E. Hamp, F. Householder and R. Austerlitz. 1966. Readings in Linguistics Vol.2, pp. 216-226, University of Chicago Press.
  • Beard, Robert. 1995 Lexeme Morpheme Base Morphology. SUNY.
  • Blevins, J. 2016. Word and Paradigm Morphology. CUP.
  • Bybee, J. 1985. Morphology: a study of the relation between meaning and form. 1995. Benjamins.
  • Carstairs, A. 1987. Allomorphy in Inflexion. Croom Helm.
  • Dressler, W. 1985. Morphonology: the dynamics of derivation. Karoma.
  • Hammond, M. and Noonan, M. (eds). 1988. Theoretical Morphology: approaches in modern linguistics. Academic Press.
  • Hockett, C. 1954. Two models of grammatical description. Word 10, pp. 210-31.
  • Lieber, R. 1992. Deconstructing Morphology. Chicago.
  • Matthews, P. 1993. Grammatical Theory in the United States. CUP.
    [for an overview of Bloomfieldian and post-Bloomfieldian morphological theory]
  • Matthews, P. 1972. Inflectional Morphology. CUP.
  • Plank, F. (ed.) 1991. Paradigms: the economy of inflection. Mouton De Gruyter.
  • Stewart, T. 2016. Contemporary Morphological Theories. A User’s Guide. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Stump, G. 2016. Inflectional Paradigms. CUP.
  • Stump, G. 2001. Inflectional Morphology. A theory of paradigm structure. CUP.
  • Wurzel, W. 1989. System-dependent morphological naturalness in inflection, in Dressler, W., Mayerthaler, W., Panagl, 0. and Wurzel, U. (eds.) 1989. Leitmotifs in Natural Morphology. Benjamins, pp.59-96.
  • Wurzel, W. 1989. Inflectional Morphology and Naturalness. Kluwer.

3. Reference

  • Spencer, A. and Zwicky, A. 1998. The Handbook of Morphology. Blackwell.

4. Journals

A journal dealing exclusively with morphology is the Morphology (formerly Yearbook of Morphology / Morphology Yearbook) [Bod.l. All the major linguistics journals (e.g., Language, Lingua, Linguistics, Journal of Linguistics) regularly carry articles on morphology.

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