Publications

Inhaltsverzeichnis

  1. In preparation
  2. In press
  3. Published

In preparation

  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Transeurasian linguistics (4 volumes). Routledges Critical Concepts in Linguistics series. London: Routledge.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming). Japanese and the Transeurasian verb system. (Typological Studies in Language) Berlin: Mouton-De Gruyter.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming). Waar komt het Japans vandaan? (Licht op Japan Serie) Amsterdam: University Press.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming). The development of finiteness in the Transeurasian languages. Bisang & Wiemer (eds.) Clausal complementation Strategies, Linguistics special issue.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Japanese, Korean and the Transeurasian languages: Area and family. In: Hickey, Raymond (ed.) The Cambridge handbook of areal linguistics (Cambridge Handbooks in Language and Linguistics.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Insubordination and the establishment of genealogical relationship. In: Evans, Nicholas & Watanabe, Honore (eds.) Dynamics of insubordination. (Typological Studies in Language.) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Denominal verbalizers in the Transeurasian languages: borrowed or inherited? In: Nino Amiridze, Peter Arkadiev and Francesco Gardani. Borrowed morphology. (Language Contact and Bilingualism.) The Hague: Mouton De Gruyter
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Paradigm change in the Transeurasian languages. In: Kazuha Watanabe (ed.) Paradigm change in the East Asian languages. (Typological Studies in Language.)Amsterdam: Benjamins]
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Vertical and horizontal transmission in linguistic prehistory. In: Suleimenov, Olzhas (ed.) Great migrations: Asia to America. New York: UNESCO.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Review of Róna-Tas, András & Berta, Árpad 2011. West Old Turkic. Turkic loanwords in Hungarian. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Review of Osterkamp, Sven 2011. Nicht-monosyllabische Phonogramme im Altjapanischen. Kritische Bestandsaufnahme, Auswertung und Systematisierung der Fälle vom Typ oñgana. (Veröffentlichungen des Ostasien-Instituts der Ruhr-Universität Bochum 60). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Cahiers de Linguistique – Asie Orientale
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Review of De Rachewiltz, Igor & Rybatzki, Volker. 2010. Introduction to Altaic Philology: Turkic, Mongolian, Manchu. (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 8 Uralic & Central Asian Studies 20.) Leiden: Brill. Turkic languages

 

In press

  • Robbeets, Martine & Cuyckens, Hubert (eds.) (forthcoming) with Shared Grammaticalization. (Studies in Language Companion Series.) Amsterdam: Benjamins. (forthcoming).Towards a typology of shared grammaticalization. In: Robbeets, Martine & Cuyckens, Hubert (eds.) Shared grammaticalization. (Studies in Language Companion Series) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming). Genealogically motivated grammaticalization. In Robbeets & Cuyckens (eds.) Shared grammaticalization. (Studies in Language Companion Series) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming) Transeurasian: a linguistic continuum between Japan and Europe. In: Ureland, Sture (ed.) Innner and Global Eurolinguistics (Series in Eurolinguistics 8.) Berlin: Logos Verlag.
  • Robbeets, Martine (forthcoming). Verbal copies and cognates in Altaic. In: Csato, Éva , Menz, Astrid & Karakoç, Birsel (eds.). The Uppsala Meeting. (Turcologica.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

 

Published

2012

  • Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (2012). Bound morphology in common: copy or cognate? In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) (2012). Copies vs. cognates in bound morphology. (Brill’s Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture.) Leiden: Brill, 3-22.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2012) Shared verb morphology in the Transeurasian languages: copy or cognate? In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) (2012). Copies vs. cognates in bound morphology. (Brill’s Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture.) Leiden: Brill, 427-446.
  • Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (es.) (2012). Copies versus cognates in bound morphology. (Brill’s Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture 3.) Leiden: Brill.

 

2010

  • Robbeets, Martine (2010). The historical comparison of Japanese, Korean and the Trans-Eurasian languages. Revista Linguistica 81, 261-287.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2010) Samuel Martin (1924-2009). Journal of Philology 31. Ural-Altaic Studies 2, 122-124
  • Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (2010) Introduction. In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) 2010. Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance. (Turcologica 78.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1-5.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2010). Japanese linguistics: text in the city. In: Siahaya, Corrie & Westgeest, Helen (eds.) 2010. Making Research Visible to the World. Canon Fellows Anniversary Book. Amsterdam: Canon Foundation.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2010). Transeurasian: Can verbal morphology end the controversy? In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) 2010. Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance. (Turcologica 78.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 81-114
  • Robbeets, Martine (2010). The ‘intimate’ parts of Altaic: two velar verb suffixes. In: Boeschoten, Hendrik & Rentzsch, Julian (eds.) 2010. Turcology in Mainz. (Turcologica 82.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 225-238.
  • Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) (2010) Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance. (Turcologica 78.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz

 

2009

  • Robbeets, Martine (2009) Insubordination in Altaic. Journal of Philology 31. Ural-Altaic Studies 1, 61-79.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2009). Review of Whitman, John & Frellesvig, Bjarke (eds.) 2008. Proto-Japanese: Issues and prospects. (Current issues in Linguistic Theory 294.) New York: Benjamins. Journal of language relationship 2, 144-150.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2009). Review of Veit, Veronika (ed.) (2007). The role of Women in the Altaic World. (Asiatische Forschungen 152). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 13.1, 144-149.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2009) Review of Maezono, Kyoko (2007). Intransitiv-, Transitiv-, Kausativ- und Passivverben im Mandschu und Mongolischen. (Tunguso-Sibirica 17) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 13.1. 281-289
  • Robbeets, Martine (2009) Review of Maezono, Kyoko. (2007). Verbbildungs-Suffixe im Mandschu und Mongolischen. (Tunguso-Sibirica 18) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 13.1. 281-289.

 

2008

  • Robbeets, Martine (2008). If Japanese is Altaic, why is it so simple? In: Lubotsky, Alexander; Schaeken, Jos & Wiedenhof, Jeroen (eds.) 2006. Evidence and Counter-evidence, Essays in Honour of Frederik Kortlandt. Volume 2: General Linguistics. (Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 33.) Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2008) The development of passive morphology in Korean. In: Current issues in unity and diversity of Languages. Collection of the papers selected from the CIL 18, Korea University Seoul. July 21-26, 2008.

 

2007

  • Robbeets, Martine (2007). The causative-passive in the Trans-Eurasian languages. Turkic Languages 11, vol 2.235-278.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2007). How the actional suffix chain connects Japanese to Altaic. Turkic Languages 11, vol 1.3-58.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2007) Koguryo as a Missing Link. In: Breuker, Remco (ed.) 2007. Korea in the Middle. Festschrift for Boudewijn Walraven. Leiden: CNWS, 118-141
  • Robbeets, Martine (2007). Review of Boikova, Elena V. & Rybakov, Rostislav B. (2006). Kinship in the Altaic world. Proceedings of the 48th PIAC. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 11.vol2.284-292.

 

2006

  • Robbeets, Martine (2006). Conference report of “The International Conference on the Language(s) of Koguryo and the Reconstruction of Old Korean and Neighboring Languages” held in Hamburg on September 23-24, 2005 Journal of Inner and East Asian Studies 2, 209-216
  • Robbeets, Martine (2006). Book Summary: “Is Japanese related to Korean, Tungusic, Mongolic and Turkic?” EAJS (European Association of Japanese Studies) Bulletin 71, 21-25

 

2005

  • Robbeets, Martine. (2005). Is Japanese related to Korean, Tungusic, Mongolic and Turkic? (Turcologica 64.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 975pp
  • Robbeets, Martine (2005). Obituary Sergei Starostin. Turkic Languages 9,168-172.
  • Robbeets, Martine (2005). Some Comments on Japanese-Koguryoic comparative historical linguistics. Proceedings of The International Conference on the Language(s) of Koguryo and the Reconstruction of Old Korean and Neighboring Languages. Hamburg, Germany 12pp

 

2004

  • Robbeets, Martine. (2004). Swadesh 100 on Japanese, Korean and Altaic. Tokyo University Linguistic Papers, TULIP 23, 99-118
  • Robbeets, Martine. (2004) Does Doerfer’s Zufall mean ‘cognate’? The case of the initial velar correspondence in Altaic. Turkic Languages 8, 146-178
  • Robbeets, Martine. Belief or argument? The classification of the Japanese language. Studies in Old Eurasian Languages Newsletter 8, 2-7
  • Robbeets, Martine. (2004). Basic vocabulary and the Japanese-Altaic question. Researches on Endangered Altaic Languages. Proceedings of the 6th Seoul International Altaic Conference. SIAC 6, 43-62
  • Robbeets, Martine. (2004).[Comments on “Eurasian linguistic history at present”] Research Report of the Institute for Nature and Humanities, Kyoto, Japan. 7pp (in Japanese)

 

2003

  • Robbeets, Martine. (2003) Part 1. Is Japanese related to the Altaic languages? Part 2. Etymological Index of Japanese. Leiden: CNWS [Leiden university doctoral dissertation].
  • Robbeets, Martine. (2003). Grammaticalization or external explanation? Etymologies for the OJ modal auxiliaries and the OJ -mi1 gerund. Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Japanese Linguistics and LanguageTeaching, Napels, Italy, 397-419
  • Robbeets, Martine. (2003). Is Japanese an Altaic Language? Preceedings of the Linguistic Databases and Linguistic Taxonomy Workshop, Santa Fe, NM. 6pp

 

2002

  • Robbeets, Martine. (2002). Japanese-Altaic: a State of the Art. Preceedings of the Oxford University Workshop on Japanese Linguistics. 9pp

 

2000

  • Robbeets, Martine. (2000). A Palatal Nasal Genitive in Altaic? Proceedings of the Second International Conference on distant language relationship, Moscow, May 2000. 16pp