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Here you find all my talks and publications.

List of publications

Kolly, Marie-José and Leemann, Adrian and Matter, Florian. 2015. Analysis of spatial variation with app-based crowdsourced audio data. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2015, 1710–1714.

Matter, Florian. 2020. An Inspection of Preferred Argument Structure in Mapudungun Narratives. International Journal of American Linguistics 86. 59–93.

Matter, Florian. 2021. The origin of split third person marking in Arara (Cariban). Cadernos de Etnolingüística 8. 1–22.

List of talks

2021. Combining description and documentation: a digital Boasian trilogy. International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation, Online. 07.03.2021.

2020. Combining language description and documentation: a digital Boasian trilogy. Webinar, Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund. 01.10.2020.

2020. Integrating grammatical description, text collection and dictionary: Language documentation and description for the digital age. SLE 2020, Online. 27.08.2020.

2019. Using CLDF and CLLD for language documentation and description. UPPLADOC Workshop on language documentation: multilingual settings and technological advances, University of Uppsala. 25.10.2019.

2019. “Linking” morphology in Tupían, Cariban, and Macro-Jê languages (with Rik van Gijn). SLE 2019, University of Leipzig. 21.08.2019.

2018. Hierarchies and inversion in Cariban languages. Forschungskolloquium Berner Linguistik, University of Bern. 18.10.2018.

2018. Gliding into a smaller inventory: A reanalysis of diphthongs in Bernese German. SLE 2018, University of Tallinn. 29.08.2018.

2018. “Relational” morphology in Cariban, Macro-Jê and Tupian languages. Forschungskolloquium Berner Linguistik, University of Bern. 18.04.2018.

2017. Wieviele Diphthonge hat Berndeutsch – und wenn ja, warum?. Forschungskolloquium Berner Linguistik, University of Bern. 29.10.2017.

2016. Preferred Argument Structure in Mapudungun Narratives. European Summer School of Linguistic Typology 2016, Porquerolles FR. 14.09.2016.

2016. Preferred Argument Structure in Mapudungun Narratives. Forschungskolloquium Berner Linguistik, University of Bern. 26.04.2016.