List of John Benjamins publications for which Bernat Bardagil-Mas plays a role.
Number morphology in Panará. A typology of the mass/count distinction in Brazil and its relevance for mass/count theories, Lima, Suzi and Susan Rothstein (eds.), pp. 312–3232020.
In this paper I present a description of number in Panará, with singular, dual and plural, and discuss the mass-count properties of Panará nouns. I also describe an until now unattested instance of omnivorous dual in Panará, where one dual morpheme can map to one or more arguments. read more | Article
Realigning alignment: The completeness typology applied to case marking in Jê languages. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2018, Le Bruyn, Bert and Janine Berns (eds.), pp. 1–182018.
We analyse case marking in the Jê language family (Brazilian Amazonia) with the new completeness alignment typology proposed by Lindenbergh & Zwart (2017). In contrast with classical alignment typology, the completeness typology first determines whether all grammatical functions participate in a… read more | Article
Tangled up in mood: Exploring Panará split ergativity. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2015, Köhnlein, Björn and Jenny Audring (eds.), pp. 1–152015.
The two primary goals of this article are to present data concerning the mood-based alignment split that can be observed in Panará pronominal clitics and to put forward a tentative formal analysis that can capture the motivations of such phenomena in the grammar. This paper aims to explore an… read more | Article