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Nominal contact in Michif by Carrie Gillon, Nicole Rosen, Verna Demontigny (review) 806 LANGUAGE, VOLUME 95, NUMBER 4 (2019) Corbett, Greville G. 2009. Canonical inflection classes. Selected proceedings of the 6th Décembrettes, ed. by Fabio Montermini, Gilles Boyé, and Jessie Tseng, 1–11. Online: http://www.lingref.com/cpp/decemb /6/paper2231.pdf. Dahl, Östen. 2004. The growth and maintenance of linguistic complexity. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Harley, Heidi. 2008. When is a syncretism more than a syncretism? Impoverishment, metasyncretism, and underspecification. Phi theory: Phi-features across modules and interfaces, ed. by Daniel Harbour, David Adger, and Susana Béjar, 251–94. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Parker, Jeff, and Andrea D. Sims. 2020. Irregularity, paradigmatic layers, and the complexity of inflection class systems: A study of Russian nouns. Morphological complexities, ed. by Peter Arkadiev and Francesco Gardani. Oxford: Oxford University Press, to appear. Sagot, Benoît, and Géraldine Walther. 2011. Non-canonical inflection: Data, formalisation and com- plexity measures. SFCM 2011: The second workshop on Systems and Frameworks for Computational Morphology, ed. by Cerstin Mahlow and Michael Piotrowski, 23–45. Berlin: Springer. Stump, Gregory T. 2016. Inflectional paradigms: Content and form at the syntax-morphology interface. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Zwicky, Arnold M. 1992. Some choices in the theory of morphology. Formal grammar: Theory and imple- mentation, ed. by Robert Levine, 327–71. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Department http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Language Linguistic Society of America

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806 LANGUAGE, VOLUME 95, NUMBER 4 (2019) Corbett, Greville G. 2009. Canonical inflection classes. Selected proceedings of the 6th Décembrettes, ed. by Fabio Montermini, Gilles Boyé, and Jessie Tseng, 1–11. Online: http://www.lingref.com/cpp/decemb /6/paper2231.pdf. Dahl, Östen. 2004. The growth and maintenance of linguistic complexity. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Harley, Heidi. 2008. When is a syncretism more than a syncretism? Impoverishment, metasyncretism, and underspecification. Phi theory: Phi-features across modules and interfaces, ed. by Daniel Harbour, David Adger, and Susana Béjar, 251–94. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Parker, Jeff, and Andrea D. Sims. 2020. Irregularity, paradigmatic layers, and the complexity of inflection class systems: A study of Russian nouns. Morphological complexities, ed. by Peter Arkadiev and Francesco Gardani. Oxford: Oxford University Press, to appear. Sagot, Benoît, and Géraldine Walther. 2011. Non-canonical inflection: Data, formalisation and com- plexity measures. SFCM 2011: The second workshop on Systems and Frameworks for Computational Morphology, ed. by Cerstin Mahlow and Michael Piotrowski, 23–45. Berlin: Springer. Stump, Gregory T. 2016. Inflectional paradigms: Content and form at the syntax-morphology interface. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Zwicky, Arnold M. 1992. Some choices in the theory of morphology. Formal grammar: Theory and imple- mentation, ed. by Robert Levine, 327–71. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Department

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