Shina

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Bailey, T. Grahame. 1924. Grammar of the Shina (S.in.â) Language, consisting of a full grammar, with texts and vocabularies of the main or Gilgiti dialect and briefer grammars (with vocabularies and texts) of the Kohistani, Guresi and Drasi dialects. London: The Royal Asiatic Society (Royal Asiatic Society Prize Publication Fund, Vol. 8)

Bailey, Thomas Grahame. 1924. “Notes on Gilgit Phonetics by Col. Lorimer.” London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 435-9

Bailey, Thomas Grahame. 1925. “Are the Four Series (Front t, d, r, n; Back t, d, r, b; Aspirates and Non-Aspirates) Found in Shina?”. London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 87-93

Bailey, Thomas Grahame. 1925. “Dentals and Cerebrals in Shina.” London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 497-8

Bailey, Thomas Grahame. 1925. “The Sounds of Shina.” London. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies. 3:799-802

Bailey, Thomas Grahame. 1927. “West Himalayan ‘bohri’ and Shina ‘bodu’.” London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 316-18

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

Berger, Hermann. 1954. “Eine eigentümliche Analogiebildung im Verbum des Shina.” München. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft, 5:84-90

Berger, Hermann. 1961. “Die mit -ar- erweiterten Verben des Shina. Shina Verbs augemted by -ar-.” Wien. Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Süd- und Ostasiens, 5:53-67

Berger, Hermann. 1966. “Remarks on Shina Loans in Burushaski.” Anwar S. Dil (ed.). Shahidullah Presentation Volume. Lahore: Linguistics Research Group of Pakistan (Pakistani Linguistics Series, 7). 79-88

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

Buddruss, Georg. 1987. “Zur ältesten Sammlung von Sprichwörtern und Rätseln in der Shina-Sprache.” Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik, Vol. 13/14:39-57

Buddruss, Georg. 1993. “Das Gedicht von Muhammad Amin Zia ‘An meine Lebensgefährtin’. Übersetzung aus der Shina-Sprache und Kommentar.” G.D. Sontheimer (ed.). Südasien-Anthologie: 44 Übersetzungen aus südasiatischen Literaturen. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner. 1-4

Buddruss, Georg. 1996. “Shina-Rätsel.” D.B. Kapp (ed.). Nanvidhaikata. Festschrift für Hermann Berger. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 29-54

Carree, A. 1989. Phonologie du dialecte Shina de Dah-Hanu. Master’s Thesis. Rohan, France, Collège Public

Grierson, George A. 1924. “On Shina Cerebrals.” London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 656-63

Grierson, George A. 1925. “Once again on Shina Cerebrals.” London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 304-14

Hook, Peter. 1990. “A Note on Expressions of Involuntary Experience in the Shina of Skardu.” London. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 53:77-82

Hook, Peter. 1996. “Kesar of Layul: A Central Asian Epic in the Shina of Gultari.” William Hanaway and Wilma Heston, eds. Studies in the Popular Cultures of Pakistan. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel. 121-83

Hook, Peter. 1997. “Relative Clauses in Eastern Shina.” Peter Michalove, Iren Hegedus & Alexis Manaster-Ramer, eds. Festschrift for Vitaly Shevoroshkin. Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph Series. Washington: Institute for the Study of Man. 140-54

Kohistani, Razwal & Ruth Laila Schmidt. 1999. Shina Proverbs. Rawalpindi: Shina Research Forum Karakorum

Kohistani, Razwal & Ruth Laila Schmidt. 2006. “Shina in contemporary Pakistan.” Anju Saxen & Lars Borin (eds.), Lesser-Known Languages of South Asia. Status and Policies, Case Studies and Applications of Information Technology. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 137-160.

Koul, Omkar N. & Ruth Laila Schmidt. 1984. “Dardistan Revisited. An Examination of the Relationship between Kashmiri and Shina.” Omkar Koul & Peter Edwin Hook (eds.). Aspects of Kashmiri Linguistics. New Delhi: Bahri Publications. 1-26

Lorimer, David L.R. 1924. “Notes on the Phonetics of the Gilgit Dialect of Shina.” London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. Part I: 1-42, Part II: 177-212

Lorimer, David L.R. 1924. Review of Bailey’s Grammar of the Shina Language. London. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies, 3:829-42

Lorimer, David L.R. 1924. “The Forms and Nature of the Transitive Verb in Shina (Gilgit Dialect).” London. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies, 3:467-93

Lorimer, David L.R. 1927. “On the Conjugation of the Transitive Verb in the Principal Dialects of Shina.” London. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 717-64

Morgenstierne, Georg. 1924. Review: T.G. Bailey, Grammar of the Shina (Sina) Language.” Copenhagen. Acta Orientalia, 4:116-17

Namus, Mohammad Shuja. 1955. Gilgit aur Shina Zaban. Bahawalpur, Pakistan: Urdu Academy

Namus, Mohammad Shuja. 1963. “The Origin of the Shina Language.” Anwar S. Dil (ed.). Pakistani Linguistics. Lahore: Linguistic Research Group of Pakistan. 55-60

Namus, Mohammad Shuja. 1965. “A Comparative Study of Some Features of Urdu and Shina.” Anwar S. Dil (ed.). Studies in Pakistani Linguistics. Lahore: Linguistic Research Group of Pakistan. 67-78

Radloff, Carla F. 1992. “The Dialects of Shina.” Peter C. Backstrom & Carla F. Radloff. Languages of Northern Areas. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics (Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Pakistan, 2)

Radloff, Carla F. 1999. Aspects of the Sound System of Gilgiti Shina. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics (Studies in Languages of Northern Pakistan, 4)

Radloff, Carla F. with Shakil Ahmad Shakil. 1998. Folktales in the Shina of Gilgit. Text, Grammatical Analysis and Commentary. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics (Studies in Languages of Northern Pakistan, 2)

Rajapurohit, B.B. 1983. Shina Phonetic Reader. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages (Phonetic Reader Series, 24)

Ramaswami, N. 1975. Brokskat Phonetic Reader. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages (Phonetic Reader Series, 16)

Ramaswami, N. 1982. Brokskat Grammar. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages (Grammar Series, 8)

Schmidt, Ruth Laila & M.M. Zarin. 1981. “The phonology and tonal system of Palas /kohis’tyo:/ Shina.” München. Münchner Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 40. 155-85

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 1983. “Investigation of Tonal Contrasts in Two Shina Dialects.” B.B. Rajpurohit (ed.). Papers in Phonetics and Phonology. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages. 31-42

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 1984. “The Shina speakers of Pakistan and India.” R.V. Weekes (ed.). Muslim Peoples: A World Ethnographic Survey. Second Edition. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. Vol. 2:678-84

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 1985. “Morphological criteria for distinguishing categories of transitivity in Shina.” Arlene R.K. Zide, David Magier & Eric Schiller (eds.). Proceedings of the Conference on Participant Roles: South Asia and Adjacent Areas. Bloomington: Indiana State University Linguistics Club. 33-46

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 1985. “Where have the Shina speakers come from? Some linguistic clues.” A.H. Dani (ed.). Papers Presented at the International Conference on Karakoram Culture at Gilgit, 3/1 (A revised version presented at Aarhus University, November, 1998 is available on request from the author).

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 1985. “Where Have the Shina Speakers Come From?. Some Linguistic Clues.” Islamabad. Journal of Central Asia, 8/1:17-26

Schmidt, Ruth Laila & Razwal Kohistani. 1998. “Paalus /kostyó~/ Shina revisited.” Acta Orientalia 59. 106-49

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 2000. “Typology of Shina Pronouns.” Berliner Indologische Studien 13/14. 201-13

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 2001. “A grammatical comparison of the Kohistani, Guresi and Gilgiti dialects of Shina.” Paper presented at the 7th Himalayan Languages Symposium, Uppsala University, Sweden, 7-9 September, 2001

Schmidt, Ruth Laila & Razwal Koistani. 2001. "Nominal inflections in the Shina of Indus Kohistan." Acta Orientalia 62:107-43

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 2004. "Compound verbs in the Shina of Kohistan". Acta Orientalia 65: 19-31

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 2004. "A grammatical comparison of Shina dialects." In Anju Saxena (ed.), Himalayan Languages. Past and Present. Berlin / New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 33-55. (Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs, 149)

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. in press. “Compound tenses in the Shina of Indus Kohistan.” Dirk W. Lönne (ed.). Festschrift Helmut Nespital. Reinbek: Wezler. 19pp.

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 2004 (?). “Converbs in a Kohistani Shina narrative.” Acta Orientalia 64

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 2004. “Compound verbs in the Shina of Kohistan”. Acta Orientalia 65:19-31

Schmidt, Ruth Laila. 2004. “A grammatical comparison of Shina dialects.” Anju Saxena (ed.), Himalayan Languages Past and Present. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 33-55 (Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs 149)

Schmidt, Ruth Laila & Razwal Kohistani. 2001. “Nominal inflections in the Shina of Indus Kohistan.” Acta Orientalia 62:107-43

Shah, Ijlal Hussain. 1994. The Pragmatics of Formality and Politeness in Burushaski and Shina. Islamabad: Quaid-i-Azam University (Unpublished M.Phil. Thesis)

Taj, Abdulkhaliq. 1989. Shina qa’idah. Gilgit: Usmani Kitabkhana

Wilson, J. & George A. Grierson. 1899. “On the Gurezi Dialect of Shina.” Bombay. Indian Antiquary, 28:93-102

Zia, Mohammed Amin. 1986. Shina Qa’ida aur Grammar. Pakistan: Zia Publications.