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Baart, Joan L. G. 2014. Tone and stress in North-West Indo-Aryan: A survey. In Johanneke Caspers, Yiya Chen, Willemijn Heeren, Jos Pacilly, Niels O. Schiller, and Ellen van Zanten (eds.), Above and beyond the segments: Experimental linguistics and phonetics, 1–13. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Baart, Joan L. G., trans. 2011. The Ormuri language in past and present. FLI Language and Culture Series 6. Islamabad: Forum for Language Initiatives.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2010. A field manual of acoustic phonetics. Dallas, Texas: SIL International.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2008. The tones of Kalam Kohistani (Gawri, Bashkarik). In Israr-ud-Din (ed.), Proceedings of the Third International Hindu Kush Cultural Conference, 63–282. Karachi: Oxford University Press.
Baart, Joan L. G., Esther L. Baart-Bremer, and Muhammad Zaman Sagar. 2006. Report on local names and uses of plants in Kalam Kohistan. FLI Language and Culture Series 1. Peshawar, Pakistan: Frontier Language Institute.
Baart, Joan L. G., and Khawaja A. Rehman. 2005. A first look at the language of Kundal Shahi in Azad Kashmir. SIL Electronic Working Papers 2005–2008. Dallas: SIL International.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2004. Tone and song in Kalam Kohistani (Pakistan). In Hugo Quené and Vincent van Heuven (eds.), On speech and language: Studies for Sieb G. Nooteboom, 5–15. Utrecht: Netherlands Graduate School in Linguistics.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2004. Contrastive tone in Kalam Kohistani. Linguistic Discovery 2(2):1–20.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2004. Sustainable development and the maintenance of Pakistan’s indigenous languages. In Iftikhar N. Hassan (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on the State of Social Sciences and Humanities: Current Scenario and Emerging Trends, 202–213. Islamabad: Higher Education Commission of Pakistan and UNESCO.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2004. Kalam Kohistani texts. Studies in Languages of Northern Pakistan 9. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2003. Tonal features in languages of northern Pakistan. In Joan L. G. Baart and Ghulam Hyder Sindhi (eds.), Pakistani languages and society: Problems and prospects, 132–144. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Baart, Joan L. G. 1999. A sketch of Kalam Kohistani grammar. Studies in Languages of Northern Pakistan 5. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Baart, Joan L. G. 1999. Tone rules in Kalam Kohistani (Garwi, Bashkarik). Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 62(1):88–104.
Baart, Joan L. G. 1987. Focus en accent in het Nederlands [Focus and accent in Dutch]. Glot 10(2):293–311.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2010. More on tone in Northwest Indo-Aryan: Ushojo and Khalkoti. Paper presented at the 16th Himalayan Languages Symposium, London. September 1–5, 2010.
Baart, Joan L. G. 2005. Tone and stress in Northwest Indo-Aryan. Paper presented at the International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS) Conference, Between Stress and Tone, Leiden, Netherlands. June 15–18, 2005.
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