Nathan W. Hill
List of John Benjamins publications for which Nathan W. Hill plays a role.
Accusative alignment in the Old Tibetan switch reference system Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 45:2, pp. 300–3112022
The use of ནས་ -nas to mark cross-clausal co-reference in Version I of the Old Tibetan Rāmāyaṇa reveals accusative alignment in Tibetan syntax, which in turn vindicates the notion of ‘subject’ applied to Tibetan. read more | Article
A refutation of Song’s (2014) explanation of the ‘stop coda problem’ in Old Chinese International Journal of Chinese Linguistics 3:2, pp. 270–2812016
Song (2014) draws renewed attention to the problem of groups of Chinese words in which the character used to write one of the words has a stop final reading in Middle Chinese but the character used to write another of the words has an open syllable reading in Middle Chinese, although the two seem… read more | Article
The Contribution of Tangut to Trans-Himalayan comparative linguistics Archív Orientální 83:1, pp. 187–2002015