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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

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.

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.

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