Michael R. Marlo, Ph.D.

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Linguistics University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Andries W. Coetzee grad student 2007 University of Michigan
 (The verbal tonology of Lunyala and Lumarachi: Two dialects of Luluyia (Bantu, J.30, Kenya).)
David Odden grad student 2007 University of Michigan
 (The verbal tonology of Lunyala and Lumarachi: Two dialects of Luluyia (Bantu, J.30, Kenya).)
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Ebarb KJ, Marlo MR. (2015) Vowel length (in)sensitivity in Luyia morphophonology Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies. 33: 373-390
Marlo MR. (2015) On the number of object markers in Bantu languages Journal of African Languages and Linguistics. 36: 1-65
Marlo MR, Mwita LC, Paster M. (2014) Problems in Kuria H tone assignment Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 33: 251-265
Marlo MR. (2014) Exceptional patterns of object marking in Bantu Studies in African Linguistics. 43: 85-123
Marlo MR, Mwita LC, Paster M. (2014) Kuria tone melodies Africana Linguistica. 20: 277-294
Marlo MR, Odden D. (2014) Bakweri tone melodies Africana Linguistica. 20: 295-312
Ebarb KJ, Green CR, Marlo MR. (2014) Luyia tone melodies Africana Linguistica. 20: 121-143
Botne R, Ochwasa H, Marlo MR. (2009) Grammatical sketch of the Lusaamia verb (JALL (2006) 29:2 (249)) Journal of African Languages and Linguistics. 30: v
Marlo MR. (2009) Khayo verbal tonology Africana Linguistica. 15: 77-129
Marlo MR, Pharris NJ. (2004) Which wič is which? Prefixing and suffixing in klamath full-root reduplication Linguistic Inquiry. 35: 639-656
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