Honoré Watanabe

List of John Benjamins publications for which Honoré Watanabe plays a role.




Edited by Nicholas Evans and Honoré Watanabe

[Typological Studies in Language, 115] 2016. xii, 435 pp.
Subjects Semantics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics | Typology


Evans, Nicholas and Honoré Watanabe 2016 Chapter 1. The dynamics of insubordination: An overviewInsubordination, Evans, Nicholas and Honoré Watanabe (eds.), pp. 1–38 | Article
This chapter has a triple function, as an introduction to the phenomenon of insubordination with particular exemplification from the Australian language Kayardild, a review article drawing together the last decade of research on the topic, and a reasoned synthesis of the chapters comprising this… read more
Watanabe, Honoré 2016 Chapter 12. Insubordination in Sliammon SalishInsubordination, Evans, Nicholas and Honoré Watanabe (eds.), pp. 309–340 | Article
In Sliammon, a Salishan language spoken in Canada, both subordinate clause types, namely conjunctive and nominalized clauses, can occur independently without any matrix clauses. Insubordinated conjunctive clauses have various functions that correspond well to those demonstrated in Evans (2007).… read more
Watanabe, Honoré 2010 Fillers and their relevance in describing Sliammon SalishFillers, Pauses and Placeholders, Amiridze, Nino, Boyd Davis and Margaret Maclagan (eds.), pp. 173–188 | Article
Since fillers do not play a central role in the grammar of a language, they are often neglected in language description. This is especially true of research on under-documented, endangered languages, and even more so at early stages of research on them, because there are so many “important” aspects… read more