Articles, volume chapters, and books

Compton, Richard & Heather Bliss (in prep). Polysynthesis. In The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Morphology, eds. Peter Ackema, Sabrina Bendjaballah, Eulàlia Bonet, & Antonio Fábregas. Wiley Blackwell.

Compton, Richard (submitted). Western Canadian Inuit. In The Unagnan, Yupik, and Inuit Languages, eds. Anna Berge, Anja Arnhold, & Naja Trondhjem. Oxford University Press.

Compton, Richard & Michelle Yuan (submitted). Agreement in Inuktut. In The Unagnan, Yupik, and Inuit Languages eds. Anna Berge, Anja Arnhold, & Naja Trondhjem. Oxford University Press.

Compton, Richard & Tom Leu (submitted). Adjacency and Linearization in Distributed Morphology. In The Handbook of Distributed Morphology, eds. Artemis Alexiadou, Ruth Kramer, Alec Marantz & Isabel Oltra-Massuet. Cambridge University Press. (36 pages)

Compton, Richard (submitted). Eskimo-Aleut Languages. In The Languages and Linguistics of Indigenous North America: A Comprehensive Guide, eds. Carmen Jany, Marianne Mithun & Keren Rice. De Gruyter (The World of Linguistics Series). (32 pages)

Anja Arnhold, Emily Elfner, & Richard Compton (submitted). Inuktitut and the concept of word-level prominence. In Word Prominence in Polysynthetic Languages, eds. Ksenia Bogomolets & Harry van der Hulst. Oxford University Press. (67 pages) Pre-publication version

Compton, Richard (2019). Person complementarity and (pseudo) Person Case Constraint effects: Evidence from Inuktitut. Canadian Journal of Linguistics / Revue canadienne de linguistique, 64, pp. 592-616. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/cnj.2019.20

Compton, Richard (2019). Agreement and related phenomena in North American languages. In The Routledge Handbook of North American Languages, eds. Daniel Siddiqi, Michael Barrie, Carrie Gillon, Jason Haugen, and Eric Mathieu, pp. 167-192. Routledge: New York. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315210636

Kudlak, Emily & Richard Compton (2018). Kangiryuarmiut Inuinnaqtun Uqauhiitaa Numiktitirutait — Kangiryuarmiut Inuinnaqtun Dictionary. Nunavut Arctic College: Iqaluit, Nunavut. 554 pages

Compton, Richard (2017). Ergativity in Inuktitut. In Oxford Handbook of Ergativity, eds. Jessica Coon, Diane Massam and Lisa Travis. Oxford University Press.

Compton, Richard (2017). Polysynthetic adjuncts as a diagnostic of Inuit word-formation. In The Structure of Words at the Interfaces, eds. Heather Newell, Maire Noonan, Glyne Piggott and Lisa deMena Travis. Oxford University Press.

Compton, Richard (2016). The semantics of Inuit adjectives. Questions de sémantique inuit / Topics in Inuit Semantics. Numéro special d’Amerindia 38:179-200.

Compton, Richard (2015). Evaluative morphology in Inuktitut. In Edinburgh Handbook of Evaluative Morphology, eds. Nicola Grandi and Livia Kortvelyessy, p. 559-567. Edinburgh University Press.

Compton, Richard & B. Elan Dresher (2011). Palatalization and ‘strong i’ across Inuit dialectsCanadian Journal of Linguistics 56(2):203–228.

Compton, Richard & Christine Pittman (2010). Word-formation by phase in InuitLingua 120(9):2167–2192.

Conference Proceedings

Compton, Richard (submitted). Agree on C: case and agreement at the left-periphery in Inuktitut. Proceedings of the Forty-Eight Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 48). Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts.

Kudlak, Emily & Richard Compton (to appear). Collaborating on a Kangiryuarmiutun dictionary: lessons from a speaker-linguist and linguist duo. Proceedings of the Workshop on Structure and Constituency in the Languages of the Americas 21. UBC Working Papers in Linguistics.

Compton, Richard (2017). Mutually conditioned mood and object agreement in Inuit. Proceedings of the Forty- Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 46), eds. Christopher Hammerly and Brandon Prickett. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts.

Arnhold, Anja, Emily Elfner, & Richard Compton (2016). Prosody and Wordhood in South Baffin Inuktitut. Proceedings of the Workshop on Structure and Constituency in the Languages of the Americas 21. UBC Working Papers in Linguistics.

Compton, Richard (2016) Detecting the Effects of a Covert aP Layer in Polysynthetic Words in Inuit. Proceedings of the 33rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 33), eds. Kyeong-min Kim et al., 109-118. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.

Compton, Richard (2012). Explaining the lack of intersective strictly-attributive adjectives in Inuit. Proceedings of SULA 6 and SULA-Bar: Semantics of Under-Represented Languages in the Americas (and Elsewhere). Edited by Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten. Amherst: GLSA Publications.

Compton, Richard (2011). Adjectives and adverbs as distinct lexical categories in Inuktitut. Proceedings of WSCLAXVI: The Sixteenth Workshop on Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas. UBC Working Papers in Linguistics.

Compton, Richard (2011). Polysynthetic word-internal adjectives and verb-like adjectives in Inuit. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association 2011. Edited by Lisa Armstrong.

Compton, Richard & Christine Pittman (2010). Pi as a syntactic pro-form in Inuktitut noun-incorporation and beyond. Proceedings of WSCLAXV: The Fifteenth Workshop on Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas. Edited by Beth Rogers and Anita Szakay. UBC Working Papers in Linguistics.

Compton, Richard (2008). Explaining Inuktitut consonant alternations with contrastive underspeci cation. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association 2008. Edited by Susie Jones.

Compton, Richard (2008). Restrictions on the use of Predicate Modi cation in Inuktitut. Proceedings of WSCLAXII: The Twelfth Workshop on Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas. Edited by Seok Koon Chin et Hudu Fusheini. UBC Working Papers in Linguistics.

Compton, Richard & B. Elan Dresher (2008). Palatalization and ‘strong’ /i/ across Inuit dialects. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association 2008. Edited by Susie Jones.