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Article

Bickmore, LS and Kula, NC (2013) Ternary spreading and the ocp in copperbelt bemba. Studies in African Linguistics, 42 (2). pp. 101-132.

Basciano, B and Kula, NC and Melloni, C (2011) Modes of compounding in Bantu, Romance and Chinese. Italian Journal of Linguistics, 23 (2). pp. 203-249.

Delfitto, D and Fiorin, G and Kula, NC (2011) Syntactic gradients in compounding: Bemba associative nominals vs. prepositional and deverbal compounds. Italian Journal of Linguistics, 23 (2). pp. 301-325.

Kula, NC (2009) Book review: Lee Bickmore, Chilungu Phonology , CSLI Publications, University of Chicago Press, Stanford (2007). Lingua, 119 (3). pp. 502-506.

Kula, NC and Tzakosta, M (2006) Complex structures in the acquisition of Greek: A GP and OT approach. Glossologia, 17. pp. 111-125.

Kula, NC (2006) Licensing saturation: co-occurrence restrictions in structure. Linguistic Analysis, 32 (3-4). pp. 366-406.

Kula, NC (2006) No initial empty CV in clusterless languages. Linguistics in the Netherlands, 23 (1). pp. 137-149. DOI https://doi.org/10.1075/avt.23.15kul

Cheng, L and Kula, NC (2006) Syntactic and phonological phrasing in Bemba relatives. ZAS Papers in Linguistics, 43. pp. 31-54.

Book Section

Kula, NC (2016) The conjoint/disjoint alternation and phonological phrasing in Bemba. In: The Conjoint/Disjoint Alternation in Bantu. Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] . De Gruyter, Berlin, Germany, pp. 258-294. ISBN 9783110490831.

Kula, NC (2013) On retaining vowel colour in derived roots: blocked imbrication in Bemba. In: Bantu Languages and Linguistics: Papers in memory of Dr Rugatiri D.K Mekacha. Bayreuth African Studies Series . Thielmann & Breitinger, Ecksdorf. ISBN 9783939661122.

Botma, B and Kula, NC and Nasukawa, K (2010) Features. In: Bloomsbury Companion to Phonology. Continuum Companions . Continuum International Publishing Group, London, England, pp. 33-63. ISBN 9780826434234.

Kula, NC and Marten, L (2010) Argument structure and agency in Bemba passives. In: Bantu Languages Analyses, Description and Theory. East African Languages and Dialects . Rudiger K�ppe Publications, Cologne, pp. 115-130. ISBN 978-3-89645-705-9.

Kula, NC and Lutz, M (2009) Central, East and Southern African Languages. In: One Thousand Languages. Ivy Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, pp. 86-111. ISBN 9780520255609.

Kula, NC (2009) Opacity in Bantu: In support of the internal organisation of features. In: Proceedings of Conference on Language Documentation & Linguistic Theory. Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project.

Kula, NC and Lutz, M (2008) Zambia: 'One Zambia, One Nation, Many Languages'. In: Language and National Identity in Africa. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 291-313. ISBN 978-0-19-928675-1.

Kula, NC (2006) Lesotho language situation. In: Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics. Elsevier, Oxford, creators-Kula=3ANancy_C=3A=3A. ISBN 978-0-08-044854-1.

Kula, NC (2006) Zambia language situation. In: Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics vol 13. Elsevier, Oxford, pp. 744-745. ISBN 978-0-08-044854-1.

Kula, NC (2000) The morphology-phonology interface: consonant mutations in Bemba. In: Linguistics in the Netherlands. John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam, pp. 171-183. ISBN 9789027231666.

Monograph

Kula, NC and Marten, L (2007) Introduction to Bantu in Bloomsbury: Special Issue on Bantu Linguistics. Working Paper. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics 15, London.

Kula, NC and Marten, L (2007) Morphosyntactic co-variation in Bantu: Two case studies. UNSPECIFIED. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics 15, London.

Kula, NC (2006) On derived environments in GP. UNSPECIFIED. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics.

Book

Kula, NC and Botma, B and Nasukawa, K (2013) Bloomsbury Companion to Phonology. Continuum Publishing Corporation, New York, pp. 1-314. ISBN 9781441140180.

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