Mary Willie, Ph. D.
Assistant Professor, Departments of Linguistics and American Indian Studies, University of Arizona
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    Jelinek, E. and M.A. Willie. 1997. "Navajo as a Discourse Configurational Language". In Athabakan: Language and Linguistics. Eds. P. Platero and T. Fernald, Oxford University Press. (in press)
    Eloise Jelinek and MaryAnn Willie. 1996."Psych Verbs in Navajo". In Athabaskan Papers in Honor of Robert Young, University of New Mexico Press.
    MaryAnn Willie. 1996. "On the Expression of Modality in Navajo". In Athabaskan Papers in Honor of Robert Young, University of New Mexico Press.
    MaryAnn Willie. 1996. "Number and Person in Din¢". In Encyclopedia of the American Indian Languages, Houghton Mifflin Company, Trade and Reference Division, Boston, MA.
    MaryAnn Willie. 1996. "Coumadin Theraphy". For Iverson Language Associates. Milwaukee, WI.
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    Negative Particles in Navajo, Navajo Semantics Workshop, Tsaile, AZ. Aug. 1997.Navajo as a Discourse Configurational Language, with Eloise Jelinek. Swarthmore College, Athabaskan Workshop, April, 1996
    Mode and Modality in Navajo. Ninth Annual Navajo Studies Conference. Durango, CO. April, 1996.
    Works in Progress
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    The Errors That Navajo Students Make in the Acquisition of Written Navajo. From five years of language data.
    The Influence of English on Interpretations of "MUSTâ. An extension of Modals in Navajo.

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