Publikationen

  • Makasso, E. M. To appear.  (with Larry Hyman and Peter Jenks)  Adjectives as nominal heads in Basaa. To appear in Selected Proceedings of 43rd Annual Conference of African Linguistics, Tulane University, New Orleans, Cascadilla
  • Makasso, E. M. To appear.  (with Peter Jenks and Larry Hyman)  Relative clauses in Basaa, To appear in Rebecca Grollemund (ed.) Relative clauses in some Cameroonian languages:Structure, function and semantism.
  • Makasso, E.-M. 2012. Metatony in Basaa. In Michael R. Marlo, Nikki B. Adams, Christopher R. Green, Michelle Morrison & Tristan M. Purvis (eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference on African Linguistics: African Languages in Context. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2011.  (with Fatima Hamlaoui)  Basaa Wh-Questions and Prosodic Structuring,  ZAS papers in Linguistics 55. 47-63.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2010.  Processus de relativisation en basaa: de la syntaxe a la prosodie,  ZAS papers in Linguistics 53. 145-158.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2010. Functions of prosody in spontaneous speech in Bàsàa (Bantu A 43): the case of melism. In Legere, Karsten & Thornell, Christina. Bantu Languages: Analyses, Description and Theory. Cologne: R. Koeppe.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2008. Melisms and subjectivity in Bàsàa oral spontaneous discourse. In The Journal of West African Languages. Vol. XXXV (1-2). pp. 33-44.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2008. Intonation et mélismes dans le discours oral spontané en bàsàa. PhD Thesis. Université de Provence.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2008. Prosody and expressiveness marking in Bàsàa oral discourse: the case of melisms (first results). In Proceedings of the Workshop on spoken languages technologies for under-resourced languages. Hanoï, May 4th-6th. pp. 87-91.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2006. Education. In Christian Seignobos (ed.), Atlas de l’Afrique: Cameroun. Paris: Jeune Afrique. pp. 94-95.
  • Makasso, E. M. 2000. Influence de la position sur les consonnes du bàsàa, une approche expérimentale. Thèse de DEA, Université de Yaoundé 1, Cameroon.