Karolina Grzech
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Discourse enclitics in Tena Kichwa: A corpus-based account of information structure and epistemic meaning
KZ Grzech
SOAS, University of London, 2016
¿ Es necesario elegir entre la estandarización de las lenguas minoritarias y la vitalidad de sus variedades? Estudio de caso del kichwa de Alto Napo
K Grzech
Onomázein, 16-34, 2017
Divided we stand, unified we fall? The impact of standardisation onoral language varieties: a case study of Amazonian Kichwa
K Grzech, A Schwarz, G Ennis
Revista de Llengua i Dret, 123-145, 2019
Managing Common Ground with epistemic marking:‘Evidential’markers in Upper Napo Kichwa and their functions in interaction
K Grzech
Journal of Pragmatics 168, 81-97, 2020
Using discourse markers to negotiate epistemic stance: A view from situated language use
K Grzech
Journal of Pragmatics 177, 208-223, 2021
Epistemic primacy, Common Ground management, and epistemic perspective
K Grzech
Evidentiality, egophoricity, and engagement, 23, 2020
LANGUAGE LANDSCAPE: An innovative tool for documenting and analysing linguistic landscapes.
K Grzech, E Dohle
Lingue e Linguaggi 25, 2018
The marker= ga and topicality in Tena Kichwa
K Grzech
SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics; Vol. 18, 2016
Planning language, planning identity: A case study of Ecuadorians in London
K Grzech
SOAS, 2013
The role of pragmatics in the definition of evidentiality
H Bergqvist, K Grzech
STUF-Language Typology and Universals 76 (1), 1-30, 2023
The non-evidential meaning of the Tena Kichwa ‘Direct Evidential'
K Grzech
York Papers in Linguistics: Special Issue PARLAY Proceedings, 2016
Knowing in interaction: An introduction
K Grzech, E Schultze-Berndt, H Bergqvist
Folia Linguistica 54 (2), 281-315, 2020
Fieldwork on epistemic authority markers: What we can learn from different types of data
K Grzech
Folia Linguistica 54 (2), 405-445, 2020
Autoridad epistémica y atenuación en Tena Kichwa: Análisis de enclítico= cha basado en el corpus [Epistemic authority and attenuation in Tena Kichwa: Corpus-based analysis of …
K Grzech
Normas 7 (2), 48-71, 2017
Egophoricity and evidentiality: Different categories, similar discourse functions: Insights on conversational data from the Tibetan Plateau and the Amazonian Foothills
E Sandman, K Grzech
Interactional Linguistics 2 (1), 79-109, 2022
Building trust on Zoom: A workflow for language documentation via videoconferencing software
K Grzech, S Tisalema Shaca
Language Documentation & Conservation 16, 79-97, 2022
A multi-dimensional, multi-functional and multilingual account of discourse marker variation
L Degand, L Crible, K Grzech
DIPVAC4: Discourse-Pragmatic Variation and Change, 2018
Constructing shared knowledge in conversation: the use of discourse enclitics= mi,= cha and= tá in Tena Kichwa
K Grzech
Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Lima, Peru, 2017
Language Landscape: A digital platform for mapping languages
E Dohle, K Grzech, C Hemmings
Book 2.0 4 (1-2), 71-89, 2014
Lexically driven patterns of contact in alignment systems of languages of the northern Upper Amazon
R van Gijn, J Case, M Bruil, SA Claassen, K Grzech, N Julmi
Open Linguistics 9 (1), 20220224, 2023
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