Papers and Publications

2017. Mynamar-based Khamti Shan Orthography. Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. 10.1:xlvii-lxi.

2014. This here thing: Specifying Morphemes an3, nai1, and mai2 in Tai Khamti  

     Reference-point Constructions. PhD dissertation. University of Alberta. 274 pages.

2013. Oral stop consonants in Tai Khamti: An acoustic study in voice onset time. Paper             presented at the 46th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and                     Linguistics. Dartmouth College. 20 pages.

2013. Reference-point constructions in Tai Khamti using the proximal deictic mai2. Paper

     presented at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 12. University of

     Alberta.

2011. From deictic to object marking in Tai Khamti: A Cognitive Grammar account. Paper

     presented at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 11. Xi’an, China. 14

     pages.

2007. Nominal structure of Tai Khamti. Research paper #312.      

     Chiangmai: Payap University. 28 pages.

2006. Tai Khamti text collection. Technical paper #201.

     Chiangmai: Payap Univeristy. 86 pages.

2004. Cognitive grammar and lexicography. Paper presented at the

     2nd Asia international lexicography conference. Payap University and Southeast

     Asian Lexicography. 11 pages.

2003. Conceptual structure of numeral classifiers in Thai.

     Cognitive linguistics and non-Indo-European languages. CLR Series 18. Eugene

     E. Casad and Gary B. Palmer (eds.) Mouton deGruyter. 223-246.

2000. Grammatical conceptual structure of numeral classifiers in

     Thai – Part 2. Technical paper #165. Chiangmai:Payap University. 19 pages.

1999. Lexical conceptual structure of numeral classifiers in Thai -

     - Part 1. Technical paper #163. Chiangmai:Payap University. 15 pages.

1999. Some discourse evidence for analyzing Molbog as an ergative

     language. PYU Working papers in linguistics. Vol 3. Chiang Mai: Payap

     University. 60-89.

1998. Some discourse evidence for analyzing Molbog as an ergative

     language. Technical paper #39. Chiangmai: Payap University. 33 pages.

1997. Salience hierarchy in a Molbog text. Journal of translation

     and textlinguistics. Vol 9. 1-14.

 

Co-authored

2005. Inglis, Douglas, Nasaw Sampu, Wilai Jaseng, Thocha Jana. A preliminary

     Ngochang - Kachin- English lexicon. Technical paper #107. Chiangmai: Payap

     University. 155 pages. [Douglas Inglis wrote the paper and formatted the data;

     Other authors compiled the lexemes]

2003. Inglis, Douglas and Connie Inglis. A preliminary phonology of NgoChang.

     Paper presented at the 36th international conference on Sino-Tibetan languages

     and linguistics. Melbourne: LaTrobe University. 37 pages. [Douglas Inglis wrote

     the paper and analyzed the phonology; Connie Inglis analyzed the phonetics]

 

Other:

2006. AL 713 field methods [course curriculum] Chiangmai: Payap

     University. 75 pages.

2004. Review of Michael Barlow and Suzanne Kemmer (eds.). 2000.

     Usage-based models of language. In SIL electronic book reviews.

2001. Review of Leonard Talmy 2000. Toward a cognitive

     semantics. Vol I and II. MIT Press. In Notes on linguistics. Vol 4 Number 4. 226-

     229.

2000. AL 642 semantics. [course curriculum] Chiangmai: Payap

     University. 272 pages.

1999. Report on the 6th International Cognitive Linguistics

     Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. Presented to the Technical memo of SIL

     International.

(ed.). 1998. Discover your language workshop: English - Thai

     teacher's manual. Applied Linguistics Training Program [ALTP]. Payap

     University.