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Demuth, K. & Kline, M. 2006. The distribution of passives in spoken Sesotho. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24, 377-388. (Special issue on Theory and Description of Southern Bantu Syntax).
Rose, Y. & Demuth, K. 2006. Vowel epenthesis in loanword adaptation: representational and phonetic considerations. Special volume on Loanword Adaptation. Lingua, 116, 1112–1139.
Cutler, A., K. Demuth & J. McQueen. 2002. Universality versus language-specificity in listening to running speech. Psychological Science 13 (3) 258-262.
Demuth, K. & M. Machobane. 2001. Sesotho. In J. Garry & C. Rubino (eds.), Facts about the world’s languages: An encyclopedia of the world's major languages, past and present. pp. 633-636. The H. W. Wilson Company: York New. New England Publishing Associates.
Harford, C. & Demuth, K. 1999. Prosody outranks syntax: An Optimality approach to subject inversion in Bantu relatives. Linguistic Analysis 29 (1-2).
Demuth, K. & C. Harford. 1999. Verb raising and subject inversion in comparative Bantu. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 20 (1), 41-61.
Demuth, K. & S. Mmusi. 1997. Presentational focus and thematic structure in comparative Bantu. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 18, 1-19.
Demuth, K. & J. Gruber. 1995. Constraining XP-sequences. In V. Manfredi & K. Reynolds (eds.), Niger-Congo Syntax and Semantics 6, 3-30. Boston University African Studies Center, Boston.
Demuth, K. 1990. Locatives, impersonals and expletives in Sesotho. The Linguistic Review 7, 233-249. Foris Publications: Dordrecht. 1990.
Demuth, K. 1989. Maturation and the acquisition of Sesotho passive.Language, 65, 56-80.
Demuth, K. & M. Johnson. 1989. Interactions between discourse functions and agreement in Setawana. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 11, 22-35.
Demuth, K. & T. Sekhesa Mputhi. 1979. Basic Sesotho: An Oral Approach. Indiana University Linguistics Club. Bloomington, Indiana.
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