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Michael Galant, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages

Department: Foreign Languages

Office: LCH A-309
Phone Extension: x3533
Email Username: mgalant

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  • Galant, M. (to appear). “La expresión de conceptos de propiedad en el zapoteco de San Andrés Yaá”. In A. López Cruz and M. Swanton, coords. Memorias del Coloquio Francisco Belmar: Las lenguas otomangues y oaxaqueñas ante el siglo XXI. Oaxaca: Instituto Estatal de Educación Pública de Oaxaca (IEEPO) / Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indígenas (INALI) / Universidad Autónoma 'Benito Juárez' de Oaxaca (UABJO) / Fundación Alfredo Harp Helú.
  • Galant, M. (to appear). “Positional verbs in San Juan Yaee Zapotec”. In Brook Danielle Lillehaugen and Aaron Huey Sonnenschein, Eds. Expressing Location in Zapotec. München, LINCOM Europa.
  • Galant, M. (to appear). “Kinship Terms in San Andrés Yaá Zapotec”. In Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, Volume 23.
  • Galant, M. (2006). Comparative Constructions in Spanish and San Lucas Quiavini Zapotec (LINCOM Studies in Language Typology 15). Lincom Europa: München.
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  • Galant, M. (2005). “Nature of the Standard of Comparison in San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec Comparatives”. In Rosemary Beam de Azcona and Mary Paster, eds. Papers from the Conference on Otomanguean and other Oaxacan Languages. Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Report 13. Berkeley, California: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages.
  • Munro, P. and F. Lopez, with O. Méndez, R. Garcia, and M. Galant (1999). Di'csyonaary X:tèe’n Dìi'zh Sah Sann Lu'uc (San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec Dictionary / Diccionario Zapoteco de San Lucas Quiaviní). UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Publications: Los Angeles, CA.
  • Galant, M (1998). “On Spanish mucho and muy”. In L. Silva-Villar and J. Gutierrez-Rexach, eds., Perspectives on Spanish Linguistics 2: 43-58. The Ohio State University: Columbus, OH.

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