Sebastian Dom
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The antipassive in Bantu
K Bostoen, S Dom, G Segerer
Linguistics 53 (4), 731-772, 2015
Event-centrality and the pragmatics–semantics interface in Kikongo: From predication focus to progressive aspect and vice versa
J De Kind, S Dom, GM De Schryver, K Bostoen
Folia Linguistica 49 (Historica-vol-36), 113-163, 2015
The middle as a voice category in Bantu: Setting the stage for further research
S Dom, L Kulikov, K Bostoen
Lingua Posnaniensis 58 (2), 129-149, 2016
Antipassive/associative polysemy in CilubÓ (Bantu, L31a): A plurality of relations analysis
S Dom, G Segerer, K Bostoen
Studies in Language. International Journal sponsored by the Foundationá…, 2015
Examining variation in the expression of tense/aspect to classify the Kikongo Language Cluster
S Dom, K Bostoen
Africana Linguistica 21, 163-211, 2015
Valency-decreasing derivations and quasi-middles in Bantu: A typological perspective
S Dom, L Kulikov, K Bostoen
Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 36 (3), 165-173, 2018
The diachronic semantics of the dissociative past completive construction in the Kikongo language cluster (Bantu)
S Dom, GM De Schryver, K Bostoen
Folia Linguistica 52 (s39-s2), 297-340, 2018
The neuter in Bantu: A systemic functional analysis
S Dom
Unpublished MA dissertation, 2014
Tijd en aspect in Kikongo (Bantoe H16): Een comparatieve benadering van het Kimbata, Kimbeko, Kinkanu, Cizali, Ciwoyo en Kisolongo
S Dom
MA dissertation, Ghent University, Ghent, 2013
Multiple reciprocity marking in the Kikongo Language Cluster: Functional distribution and origins
S Dom, H Goes, GM de Schryver, K Bostoen
6th International Conference on Bantu Languages (Bantu 6), 2016
forthcoming,“Multiple Reciprocity Marking in the Kikongo Language Cluster: Functional Distribution and Origins”
S Dom, H Goes, K Bostoen
Current Approaches to Morphosyntactic Variation in Bantu, 0
The neuter suffix-ik-in Bantu
S Dom
Unpublished manuscript, 2015
The neuter suffix in Bantu: A Systemic Functional Analysis
S Dom
Ghent: Ghent University, 2014
Frontedinfinitive constructions in Kikongo (Bantu H16): verb focus, progressive aspect and future tense
J De Kind, S Dom, GM de Schryver, K Bostoen
Societas Linguistica Europaea: 46th Annual Meeting, 2013
Variation in the coding of the noncausal/causal alternation: Causative*-i in East Bantu languages
S Dom, L Bar-el, PS Kanijo, M Petzell
Linguistique et langues africaines, 2022
Kisikongo (Bantu, H16a)<? br?> present-future isomorphism: A diachronic conspiracy<? br?> between semantics and phonology
S Dom, GM De Schryver, K Bostoen
Journal of Historical Linguistics 10 (2), 251-288, 2020
Middle voice in Bantu
S Dom, L Kulikov, K Bostoen
46th Poznań Linguistic Meeting (PLM 2016), 2016
Middle voice in Bantu: in-and detransitivizing morphology in Kagulu
S Dom, L Bar-el, PS Kanijo, M Petzell
STUF-Language Typology and Universals 76 (2), 195-216, 2023
Bantu verbal derivation and tense/aspect from a historical-comparative perspective: the Kikongo Language Cluster and beyond
S Dom
Ghent University, 2018
The noncausal/causal alternation in Kagulu, an East Ruvu Bantu language of Tanzania
S Dom, L Bar-el, PS Kanijo, M Petzell
Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 44 (2), 129-153, 2023
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