Diana Massam est professor linguisticae in parte linguisticae Universitatis Torontonensis. Gradum Ph.D. anno 1985 in Massachusettense Institutum Technologiae adepta est, Noam Chomsky principali consiliario.[1] Syntaxi studet linguae Niueanae, lingua linguae Austronesiae in usu in Niue, insula Polynesia in medio Oceano Pacifico sita. Massam explicationem evolvit generis compositionis incorporatio nominum appellatae, quae explicationem rerum similes in aliis linguis adiuvat. Sua explicatio etiam novam cognationis subiecti eiusque praedicati intellectae viam proposuit.

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  1. De curriculo vitae, homes.chass.utoronto.ca/~dmassam/about.htm.

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Opera recentioraRecensere

  • Massam, Diane. 2001. Pseudo Noun Incorporation in Niuean. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 19(1):153–197.
  • Massam, Diane, et Wolfgang Sperlich. 2000. Possession in Niuean. In Possessive Markers in Central Pacific Languages, ed. Steven Fischer, 281-292. Volumen thematicum seriei Language Typology and Universals (Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung).
  • Massam, Diane, Mohammad Haji Abdolhosseini, et and Kenji Oda. 2002. Number and Events: Verbal Reduplication in Niuean. Oceanic Linguistics 41(2):475–492.
  • Massam, Diane, Josephine Lee, et Nicholas Rolle. 2006. Still a Preposition: The Category of ko. Te Reo: Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand 49:3–38.
  • Massam, Diane, Donna Starks, et Ofania Ikiua. 2006. On the Edge of Grammar: Discourse Particles in Niuean. Oceanic Linguistics 45(1):191–205.
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