Khowar

Bashir, Elena. 1996. "The Areal Position of Khowar." Paper presented at the Second International Hindukush Cultural Conference, September 19-23, 1990 in Chitral (Pakistan). In: Bashir & Israruddin (eds.), 1996. Proceedings of the Second International Hindukush Cultural Conference. Karachi and Islamabad. Oxford University Press.

Bashir, Elena. 1998. "Spatial Expressions in Khowar." Paper presented at the 20th Annual South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable, held 18-20 July 1988 at University of York, England.

Bashir, Elena. 1988. “Inferentiality in Kalasha and Khowar.” In: Lynn MacLeod, Gary Larson & Diane Brentari (eds.): Papers from the 24th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, part One: The General Session, 47-59

Bashir, Elena. 1989/90. “Khowar and Modern Linguistics.” Terichmer Magazine (Yearly Journal of Chitral Students) 5:13-17 (Peshawar: University of Peshawar)

Bashir, Elena. 1996. “The Areal Position of Khowar. South Asian and Other Affinities.” E. Bashir & Israr-ud-Din (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Hindukush Cultural Conference. Karachi: Oxford University Press. 19-23

Elena Bashir. 2000. “Spatial Representation in Khowar”. Chicago Linguistic Society 36, The Main Session. 15-29.

Bashir, Elena. 2001. "Khowar-Wakhi Contact Relationships." Dirk W. Lönne (ed.), Tohfa-e-Dil. Festschrift Helmut Nespital. Reinbek: Dr. Inge Wezler Verlag für Orientalistische Fachpublikationen.

Bashir, Elena. 2001. "Spatial Representation in Khowar." Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Bashir, Elena. 2003. "Contact-induced change in Khowar." Paper presented at conference on "New Perspectives on Pakistan: Contexts, Realities and Visions of the Future" (April 12-13, 2003, at Columbia University).

Bashir, Elena. 2003. “Dardic.” George Cardona & Dhanesh Jain (eds.), The Indo-Aryan Languages. London / New York: Routledge (Routledge Language Family Series). 818-94

Biddulph, John. 1885. “Dialects of Tribes of the Hindu Kush. Shina, Language of Gilgit. Khowar, Language of Chitral.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 17:89-144

Buddruss, Georg. 1982. “Khowar. A New Literary Language of Chitral (Pakistan). Graciela de la Lama (ed.). 30th International Congress of Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa, 1976. Mexico City. 139-46

Buddruss, Georg. 1982. Khowar-Texte in arabischer Schrift. Mainz: Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur (Abhandlungen der geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse, Jahrgang 1982, Nr. 1)

Buddruss, Georg. 1995. “Khowar matal. 50 Khowar-Sprichwörter. Transkription, kommentierte Übersetzung, Glossar.” J.V. Vasil’kov & N.V. Gurov (eds.). Sthapakasraddham, Prof. G.A. Zograph Commemorative Volume. St. Petersburg: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Oriental Studies. 162-79

Davidson, J. 1900. “Some Notes on the Language of Chitral. And Idiomatic Sentences and Translations of Ten Popular Stories.” Indian Antiquary 29:214-220, 246-250

Endresen, Rolf Theil & Knut Kristiansen. 1981. “Khowar Studies.” Monumentum Georg Morgenstierne, I. Leiden: E.J Brill (Acta Iranica, 21). 210-43

Faizi, Inayatullah. 1989. “Different Dialects of Khowar.” Chitral. Annual Journal of Khowar. 19-28

Faizi, Inayatullah. 1998. “Language as a Phenomenon of Social Change. Khowar in Laspur, Chitral (Pakistan).” I. Stellrecht (ed.). Karakorum-Hindukush-Himalaya: Dynamics of Change. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe. (Culture Area Karakorum, Scientific Studies, 4)

Gurdon, B.E.M. 1902. Translation of Ganj-i-Pukhto in the Khowar Dialect by Khan Sahib Abdul Hakim Khan. Calcutta: The Superintendent of Government Printing

Howell, E.B. 1908. “Some Songs of Chitral.” Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 7:381-89

Leech, R. 1838. “Epitome of the Grammars of the Brahuiky, the Balochky and the Panjabi Languages. With Vocabularies of the Baraky, the Pashi, the Laghmani, the Cashgari, the Teerhai, and the Deer Dialects.” Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 7:711-32

L’Homme, Erik. 1999. Parlons Khowar. Langue et culture de l’ancien royaume de Chitral au Pakistan. Paris: L’Harmattan

Morgenstierne, Georg. 1936. “Iranian Elements in Khowar.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 8:657-71 [Reprinted in Georg Morgenstierne (1973): Irano-Dardica, 241-55]

Morgenstierne, Georg. 1947. “Some Features of Khowar Morphology.” Norsk Tidsskrift for Sprogvidenskap 14:5-28 (Oslo)

Morgenstierne, Georg. 1955. “A Khowar Tale.” Indian Linguistics 16:163-69

Morgenstierne, Georg. 1957. “Sanskritic Words in Khowar.” Felicitation Volume Presented to S.K. Belvalkar. Benares. 84-98 [Reprinted in Morgenstierne (1973): Irano-Dardica, 267-72]

Munnings, David. 1990. “Towards a Sociolinguistic Profile of the Khowar Language.” Arlington: University of Texas (Research paper)

O’Brien, D.J.T. 1895. Grammar and Vocabulary of the Khowar Dialect (Chitrali). With Introductory Sketch of Country and People. Lahore: The Civil and Military Gazette Press

Rahmat-ud-Din & David Munnings. 1990. Khowar Matal. (Khowar Proverbs). Chitral: Anjuman-e-Taraqi-e-Khowar.

Shahazada Samsaam Al Malak. 1966. Khowar Grammar (in Urdu). Peshawar: Pushto Academy

Sloan, Mohammad Ismail. 1981. Khowar Grammar and Language in Brief. A Supplement to a Dictionary of the Predominant Language of Chitral. New York: M.I. Sloan

Sloan, Mohammad Ismail. 1981. Khowar-English Dictionary. A dictionary of the predominant Language of the Chitral District of Pakistan, also known as Chitrali Zaban or as Qashqari. New York: M.I. Sloan

Strand, Richard F. 1984. “Kho.” Richard V. Weekes (ed.). Muslim Peoples (Second Edition)..Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, Vol. 1:402-4

Wazir Ali Shah & Georg Morgenstierne. 1959. “Some Khowar Songs.” Acta Orientalia 24:29-58