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Agius, Dionisius

1992. Morphological alternatives in the Gozitan dialects of Maltese. Materiaux Arabes et Sudarabiques 4, 111-161.


 

Aquilina, Joseph

1995. Language and Village dialects. In L. Briguglio & J. Bezzina (eds.), Gozo and its Culture. Proceedings of the 1995 Lowenbrau Seminar. Malta: Formatek Ltd., 106-114.

1981. (co-editor with Benedikt S.J. Isserlin) A survey of contemporary dialectal Maltese. Volume 1: Gozo. Leeds: Leeds University Press. 

1965. Maltese dialect survey. Paper presented at the II International Congress of Dialectologists, Marbug, Germany. In Joseph Aquilina, Maltese Linguistic Surveys, 40-50.


 

Attard, Anton F.

1995. The Folklore of an island. In L. Briguglio & J. Bezzina (eds.), Gozo and its Culture. Proceedings of the 1995 Lowenbrau Seminar. Malta: Formatek Ltd., 83-96.


 

Azzopardi-Alexander, Marie

2011. The vowel systems of Xlukkajr and Naduri. In Sandro Caruana, Ray Fabri & Thomas Stolz (eds.), Variation and Change. The Dynamics of Maltese in space, time and society. Akademie Verlag, 235-253.


 

Borg, Albert

2011. Lectal Variation in Maltese. In Sandro Caruana, Ray Fabri & Thomas Stolz (eds.), Variation and Change. The Dynamics of Maltese in space, time and society. Akademie Verlag, 11-31.

1988. Il-Lingwa f'Malta. Ilsienna: Studju grammatikali. Ħas-Sajjied, 1-36.


 

Borg, Alexander

2007. Between typology and diachrony: some formal parallels in Hebrew and Maltese. Symposia Melitensia 4, Malta, 2007, 1-50.

1976. Reflexes of pausal forms in Maltese rural dialects? Israel Oriental Studies 7, 211-225.


 

Camilleri Grima, Antoinette

2008. Diglossia. Variation on a theme. In Bernard Comrie et al. (eds.), Introducing Maltese Linguistics, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 379-391.

1995.  Issa l-mummy trid tibda tkellimni bil-pulit. A case study of a regional dialect in Malta. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of L'Association Internationale pour la dialectologie Arabe, held at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, 10-14 September 1995, 11-20.

1994. (co-author with Martine Vanhove) A phonetic and phonological description of the Maltese dialect of Mġarr. Journal of Arabic Linguistics 28, 87-110.


 

Cardona, Tony

2004. Il-Malti Standard u d-Djalett. Rabta Bejn l-Ilsien u l-Kultura. Fora Melitensia 1.


 

Fabri, Ray

1995. Review of Gilbert Puech (1994) 'Ethnotextes maltais'. Mediterranean and Linguistic Review I: Studia Melitensia. Malta: University of Malta.


 

Fenech, Edward

1981. The study of Maltese dialects in the past. In Joseph Aquilina & Benedikt S.J. Isserlin (eds.), A survey of contemporary dialectal Maltese Volume 1: Gozo. Leeds: Leeds University Press, 1-32.


 

Isserlin, Benedikt S.J.

1981. (co-editor with Joseph Aquilina) A survey of contemporary dialectal Maltese. Volume 1: Gozo. Leeds: Leeds University Press. 


 

Preca, Annibale

1904. Malta Cananea ossia investigazioni filologico-etimologiche nel linguaggio maltese. Malta: Tipografia del Malta.



Puech, Gilbert

1994. Ethnotextes maltais. Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz Verlag.

1978. A cross-dialectal study of vowel harmony in Maltese. Papers from the 14th regional meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society, University of Chicago, 377-390.


 

Schabert, Peter

1976. Laut- und Formenlehre des Maltesischen anhand zweier Mundarten. Erlangen: Palm Enke.


 

Stumme, Hans

1904. Maltesische Studien. Eine Sammlung prosaischer und poetischer Texte in maltesis cher Sprache nebst Erlaueterungen. Leipzig: Hinrich’sche Buchhandlung.



Vanhove, Martine

1999. La dialectologie maltais et son historie. Revue d’Ethnolinguistique 8, 171-191. 

1994. (co-author with Antoinette Camilleri Grima) A phonetic and phonological description of the Maltese dialect of Mġarr. Journal of Arabic linguistics 28, 87-110. 

1991/2. On the survival of [ʕ] in a Maltese idiolect at Mtaħleb in Malta. Journal of Afroasiatic Languages 3, 22-34.


 

Vassalli, Mikiel Anton

1796. Ktieb il-Kliem Malti mfisser bil-Latin u bit-Taljan. Rome: A. Fulgoni.


 

Vella, Alexandra

2006. D Map – 50 sena ilu. Talk delivered to the Linguistics Circle, Malta: University of Malta, Institute of Linguistics.

2004a. Dialects of Maltese: A pilot study. In-house unpublished paper presented at the University of Leeds, Leeds.

2004b. Xlukkajr: A preliminary analysis of select characteristics of the dialect. In-house unpublished paper presented at the University of Leeds, Leeds.

1997. Intonational variation across dialects: an intonational phonology approach. In Botinis, Antoni; Kouroupetroglou, Georgios & Carayiannis, George (eds.), Intonation theory, models and applications. Greece: European speech communication association, 325-328.



 

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