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Authored Books

Jaggar, Philip J. (2001) Hausa. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins. (London Oriental and African Language Library)

Jaggar, Philip J. (1996) Hausa Newspaper Reader. Maryland: Dunwoody Press.

Jaggar, Philip J. (1994) The Blacksmiths of Kano City, Nigeria: Tradition, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Twentieth Century. Cologne: Köppe Verlag. (Westafrikanische Studien, Beiträge zur Sprach- und Kulturgeschichte)

Jaggar, Philip J. (1992) An Advanced Hausa Reader with Grammatical Notes and Exercises. London: SOAS.

Edited Books or Journal Volumes

Jaggar, Philip J. and Wolff, H. Ekkehard, eds. (2002) Chadic and Hausa Linguistics: Selected Papers of Paul Newman with Commentaries. Köln: Rudiger Köppe.

Jaggar, Philip J., ed. (1992) Papers in Honour of R.C. Abraham (1980-1963). London: SOAS. (African Languages and Cultures)

Book Chapters

Jaggar, Philip J. (2010) 'Quantification and polarity: negative adverbial intensifiers (‘never ever’, ‘not at all’, etc.) in Hausa.' In: Cyffer, Norbert and Ebermann, Erwin and Ziegelmeyer, Georg, (eds.), Negation Patterns in West African Languages. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 52-65. (Typological Studies in Language, 87)

Jaggar, Philip J. (2010) 'The role of comparative/historical linguistics in reconstructing the past: what borrowed and inherited words tell us about the early history of Hausa.' In: Rossi, Benedetta and Haour, Anne, (eds.), Being and Becoming Hausa: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Leiden: Brill, pp. 38-58. (African Social Studies Series)

Jaggar, Philip J. and Buba, Malami (2009) 'Metaphorical extensions of 'eat' ---> [OVERCOME] and 'drink' ---> [UNDERGO] in Hausa.' In: Newman, John, (ed.), The Linguistics of Eating and Drinking. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 229-251. (Typological Studies in Language)

Jaggar, Philip J. (2009) 'Quantification and polarity: negative adverbial intensifiers ('never ever', 'not at all', etc.) in Hausa.' In: Cyffer, Norbert and Ebermann, Erwin and Ziegelmeyer, Georg, (eds.), Negation Patterns in West African Languages and Beyond. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 57-69. (Typological Studies in Language)

Jaggar, Philip J. (2006) 'The Hausa perfective tense-aspect used in wh-/focus constructions and historical narratives: a unified account.' In: Hyman, Larry M. and Newman, Paul, (eds.), West African Linguistics: Descriptive, Comparative, and Historical Studies in Honor of Russell G. Schuh. Studies in African Linguistics, pp. 100-133.

Jaggar, Philip J. (2006) 'More on in situ WH- and focus constructions in Hausa.' In: Ibriszimow, Dymitr and Tourneux, Henry and Wolff, Ekkehard H., (eds.), Chadic Linguistics/Linguistique Tchadique/Tschadistik. Cologne, Germany: Rüdiger Köppe, pp. 49-73.

Jaggar, Philip J. and Green, Melanie (2003) 'Ex-situ and In-situ Focus in Hausa: Syntax, Semantics and Discourse.' In: Lecarme, Jacqueline, (ed.), Research in Afroasiatic Grammar II. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 187-214.

Jaggar, Philip J. (2001) 'Reflexives in Hausa.' In: Ibriszimow, Dymitr and Leger, Rudolf and Seibert, Uwe, (eds.), Von Aegypten zum Tschadsee. Eine Linguistische reise durch Afrika (Festschrift für Herrmann Jungraithmayr zum 65 Geburtstag). Würzburg: Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft., pp. 213-228.

Jaggar, Philip J. (1996) 'Cultural performance and economic-political goals: an ethnographic study of blacksmiths in Kano (northern Nigeria).' In: Parkin, David and Caplan, Lionel and Fisher, Humphrey, (eds.), The Politics of Cultural Performance (Papers in Honour of Abner Cohen). Oxford & Providence: Berghahn., pp. 217-236.

Jaggar, Philip J. and Munkaila, Muhammed M. (1995) 'Evidence against the proposal that the Hausa pre-datival final -R verb = the "Grade 5" final -R/S verb (and an alternative analysis).' In: Ibriszimow, Dymitr and Leger, Rudolf, (eds.), Studia Chadica et Hamitosemitica. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe, pp. 289-304.

Jaggar, Philip J. (1991) 'Some 'unexpected' form-meaning correspondences between Hausa (West Chadic-A) and Guruntum (West Chadic-B)--how do we explain them?' In: Pilaszewicz, Stanislaw and Rzewuski, Eugeniusz, (eds.), Unwritten Testimonies of the African Past. Warsaw: Warsaw University., pp. 45-59.

Journal Articles

Jaggar, Philip J. (2006) 'Performative constructions in Hausa.' Afrika und Übersee, 88 (1/2 (In Me). pp. 157-174.

Jaggar, Philip J. (2004) 'Roy Clive Abraham (1890-1963).' Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. pp. 120-121.

Jaggar, Philip J. (1998) 'Restrictive vs nonrestrictive relative clauses in Hausa: where morphosyntax and semantics meet.' Studies in African Linguistics, 27 (2). pp. 199-237.

Jaggar, Philip J. (1994) 'Chadic languages.' The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics.. pp. 500-501.

Jaggar, Philip J. (1994) 'Hausa.' The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. pp. 1525-27.

Jaggar, Philip J. and Lavers, John E. (1994) 'Roy Clive Abraham.' The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. p. 6.

Jaggar, Philip J. and Buba, Malami (1994) 'The space and time adverbials NAN/CAN in Hausa: cracking the deictic code.' Language Sciences, 16 ((3/4)). pp. 387-421.

Jaggar, Philip J. (1992) 'R.C. Abraham's early insights into Hausa pre-datival forms.' Papers In Honour of R. C. Abraham (1890-1963), Africa (Supplement). pp. 51-66.

Furniss, Graham and Jaggar, Philip J. (1991) 'Professor Jack Carnochan: a biographical note.' York Papers in Linguistics, 15. pp. 281-284.

Jaggar, Philip J. 'The Hausa "Grade 5/Causative-Efferential" Verb: Causative, Noncausative, or Both? A Critical Assessment Of Previous Analyses.' Festschrift in Honour of Petr Zima. (In Press)

Working Papers / Reports

Jaggar, Philip J. (2016) The Morphological-to-Analytic Causative Continuum in Hausa New Insights and Analyses in a Typological Perspective. (Unpublished)

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