Diachronica

Papers
(The median citation count of Diachronica is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Areal pressure in grammatical evolution13
Phylogenetic signal in phonotactics10
A study of the development of the Chinese correlative comparative construction from the perspective of constructionalization8
Drastic demographic events triggered the Uralic spread8
Reflex prediction7
The diachrony of participles in the (pre)history of Greek and Hittite6
Venir de (+ infinitive)5
The loss of inflection as grammar complication5
The Tupí-Guaraní language family5
Phylogenetic linguistic evidence and the Dene-Yeniseian homeland4
Bidirectionality between modal and conditional constructions in Mandarin Chinese4
The rise of middle voice systems4
Palenquero origins3
Is Malayo-Polynesian a primary branch of Austronesian?3
Whensomethingbecomesa bit3
Pathways to split ergativity2
Phylogenies based on lexical innovations refute the Rung hypothesis2
On the nature of inverse systems2
Interrogatives as relativization markers in Indo-European2
Statistical evidence for the Proto-Indo-European-Euskarian hypothesis2
A Bayesian approach to the classification of Tungusic languages2
Continuity and change in the evolution of French yes-no questions2
A long birth2
The distribution, reconstruction and varied fates of topographical deixis in Trans-Himalayan (Sino-Tibetan)2
Grammaticalization without Feature Economy2
On the polymorphemic genesis of some Proto-Quechuan roots2
The evolution of consonant mutation and noun class marking in Wolof1
Evolutionary dynamics of Indo-European alignment patterns1
Evidentiality in Selibu1
r-Epenthesis and the bigrade alternation1
Anti-scope prefix order and zero-marked obliques1
Two types of alignment change in nominalizations1
A history of the Basque prosodic systems1
Reconstructing non-contrastive stress in Austronesian and the role of the mora in stress shift, gemination and vowel shift1
Introduction1
Typology and diachrony of converbs in Indo-Aryan1
Lenition alternation in West Gyalrongic and its implications for Southeast Asian panchronic phonology1
The early history of clicks in Nguni1
Never just contact1
Persistent innovations and historical conspiracies as reanalysis and extension1
Copying form without content1
Correlated grammaticalization1
Disentangling Ancestral State Reconstruction in historical linguistics0
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Origins of Dogon NP tonosyntax0
Gender reduction in contact0
Weaving together the diverse threads of category change0
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Word order evolves at similar rates in main and subordinate clauses0
Liquid polarity, positional contrast, and diachronic change0
Ernst Frideryk Konrad Koerner0
The word order of negation in the history of Basque0
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Abrupt grammatical reorganization of an emergent sign language0
Claire’s Corner0
Review of Daniels (2020): Grammatical reconstruction: The Sogeram languages of New Guinea0
An information structure scenario for V2 loss in Medieval French0
Claire’s corner0
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The phonetic tone change *high > rising0
Lost in translation0
Claire’s corner0
Large-scale computerized forward reconstruction yields new perspectives in French diachronic phonology0
Preverbala-marking in Palenquero Creole0
Agreement in Kadu0
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Loanwords vs relics0
Language sources and the reconstruction of early languages0
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Claire’s Corner0
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Review of Denison (1993): English Historical Syntax0
Obituary0
Diachronic Dimensions of Alignment Typology0
Norsk Språkhistorie IV Tidslinjer, Nesse, Agnete (ed.)0
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Tracing semantic change with distributional methods0
Linguistic mechanisms of colour term evolution0
Phonological change and interdialectal differences between Egyptian and Coptic: ḏ, ṯ → c = ϫ versus ḏ, ṯ → t = ⲧ0
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Realis morphology and Chatino’s role in the diversification of Zapotec languages0
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On the origins of multiple exponence in Crow0
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Verbal borrowability and turnover rates0
Environmental factors affect the evolution of linguistic subgroups in Borneo0
A terminological problem0
Papuan-Austronesian contact and the spread of numeral systems in Melanesia0
Diachrony and Diachronica0
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Diachrony and Diachronica0
A multifaceted approach to understanding unexpected sound change0
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