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Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. Forthcoming. Basic principles for establishing word boundaries. In Michael Cahill and Keren Rice (eds.), Developing orthographies for unwritten languages, 73–106. Dallas: SIL International.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. Forthcoming. Orthography and tone: A tone-system typology and its implications for orthography development. In Michael Cahill and Keren Rice (eds.), Developing orthographies for unwritten languages, 49–72. Dallas: SIL International.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2010. Vowel shortening in the noun phrase in Malila. In Karsten Legère and Christina Thornell (eds.), Bantu languages. Analyses, description and theory, 131–141. Cologne: Ruediger Koeppe Verlag.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2009. Two types of vowel harmony in Malila (M.24). In Margarida Petter and Ronald Beline Mendes (eds.), Proceedings of the Special World Congress of African Linguistics: Exploring the African Language Connection in the Americas, São Paulo, 2008, 109–128. São Paulo: Humanitas.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2008. Nine vowels and ATR vowel harmony in Lika, a Bantu language in D.R. Congo. Africana Linguistica 14:63–84.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2007. Minimality and morae in Malila (M.24). In Doris L. Payne and Jaime Peña (eds), Selected Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, Somerville, Mass., April 6–9, 2006, 77–87. Somerville: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. Accessed 31 August 2013. www.lingref.com, document #1597.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2007. Coreference in Ngiti. In Mechthild Reh and Doris L. Payne (eds.), Advances in Nilo-Saharan linguistics, 143–161. Nilo-Saharan Linguistic Analyses and Documentation 22. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2006. The role of tone in Lendu locatives. In Al-Amin Abu-Manga, Leoma G. Gilley, and Anne Storch (eds.), Insights into the Nilo-Saharan language, history and culture, 279–294. Nilo-Saharan Linguistic Analyses and Documentation 23. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance, and C. Waag. 2004. The sounds and tones of Fur. In Leoma G. Gilley (ed.), Occasional Papers in the Study of Sudanese Languages 9:1–25. Entebbe: SIL Sudan.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2003. Bila (D32). In Derek Nurse and Gérard Philippson, (eds.), The Bantu languages, 450–474. London: Routledge.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 1996. Participatory research in linguistics. Notes on Linguistics 73(2):13–27. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 1994. KiBudu: A Bantu language with nine vowels. Africana Linguistica XI:127–133. Tervuren, Belgium: Koninklijk Museum voor Midden-Afrika.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 1994. Ngiti: A central-Sudanic language of Zaire. Nilo-Saharan Linguistic Analyses and Documentation 9. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.
Van Dyken, Julie R., and Constance Kutsch Lojenga. 1993. Les frontières du mot: facteurs-clés dans le développement d’une orthographe [word boundaries: key factors in orthography development]. In Rhonda Hartell (ed.), Alphabets de langues africaines [alphabets of Africa], 3–20. Dakar: UNESCO and SIL.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2009. Kilungunya, a newly discovered and endangered secret Bantu language spoken in D.R. Congo. Paper presented at the 6th World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL) Conference, Cologne, Germany. August 17–21, 2009.
Kutsch Lojenga, Constance. 2009. [+ATR] affixes in Bantu languages. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Bantu Languages, Tervuren, Belgium. March 25–27, 2009.
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