Dyck, Carrie

Professeure agrégé Memorial University of Newfoundland, Department of Linguistics
Ville : , Saint-Jean Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador Canada Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. Téléphone : 1.709.737.8170 Thème Autochtones Dyck, Carrie (1990). "Cayuga syllable structure and epenthesis", Forum Paper (MA thesis), University of Toronto. 180 pages. Target audience: academic and other experts.

Dyck, Carrie (1997). "Accent and lengthening in Cayuga (Iroquoian)", Canadian Journal of Linguistics, 42(3), pp. 285-322.

Dyck, Carrie, Keye, A., Keye, L. et Froman, F. (1999)."Cayuga conversations", Ms., Memorial University of Newfoundland and Sweetgrass First Nations Language Council, Inc. 5 p. Target audience: non-academic audience; community groups; schools.

Dyck, Carrie (1999). "Cayuga syllable structure", Linguistica Atlantica, 21, pp. 69-105.

Dyck, Carrie (2002). "Review of Tsi Kartakta: at the Edge of the Woods", Language Learning and Technology 6(2), pp. 27-33. 8 pages. Target audience: academic and other experts; educators using on-line technologies.

Dyck, C. (2003). « Defining the word : evidence from a polysynthetic language (Cayuga, Iroquoian) », Ms., Memorial University of Newfoundland, 50 p.

Dyck, C. (2003). « Candian Aboriginal languages », 110-word entry for the Oxford Canadian Companion to History, Toronto, Oxford University Press.

Dyck, C., Froman, F., Keye, L. et Keye, A. (2003). « English-Cayuga Cayuga-English Dictionnary », Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 860p.

Dyck, Carrie & Briggs, Dr. J.(2003). "Phonology of Utkuhiksalingmiut (a dialect of Natsilingmiutut Inuktitut.)", Ms., Memorial University of Newfoundland. 30 pages. Role of co-author: provided the phonetically-transcribed data for the paper. [STATUS: IN PROGRESS]

Dyck, Carrie (2003). "Cayuga Grammar", Ms., Memorial University of Newfoundland. 500p. Co-authored with Frances Froman, Lottie Keye and Alfred Keye. Role of co-authors: Cayuga language speakers who provided the data for the grammar. Target audience: academic and other experts; non-academic audience; community groups; secondary school; post-secondary institutions.