Kalasha

Bashir, Elena. 1983. “Some Areal Characteristics of Kalasha.” Paper presented at the 12th Annual Conference on South Asia, madison, Wisconsin, Novermber 1983

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. 1988. Topics in Kalasha Syntax. An Areal and Typological Perspective. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan

Bashir, Elena. 1990. “Involuntary Experience in Kalasha.” Manindra K. Verma & K.P. Mohanan (eds.). Experiencer Subjects in South Asian Languages. Stanford, CA: Center for the Study of Language and Information. 297-318

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

Cacopardo, Alberto. 1991. “The Other Kalasha. A Survey of Kalashamun-Speaking People in Southern Chitral.” East and West 41:273-310 (Part 1: The Eastern Area); 311-50 (Part 2: The Kalasha of Urtsun). Rome

Decker, Kendall D. 1992. Factors Affecting Language Maintenance and Shift in Chitral District, Pakistan. M.A. Thesis, University of Texas at Arlington

Decker, Kendall D. 1992. Languages of Chitral. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics. (Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Pakistan, 5)

Heegård, Jan and Ida E. Mørch. 2004. “Retroflex vowels and other peculiarities in the Kalasha sound system”. In Anju Saxena (ed.), Himalayan Languages. Past and Present. Berlin / New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 57-76 (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 149)

Heegaard, Jan. 2000. “Linguistic and policitical aspects of alphabet-making for a threatened language”. In Carl-Erik Lindberg & Steffen Nordahl Lund (eds.), 17th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics. Odense: University of Southern Denmark, Institute of Language and Communication.  161-176. (Odense Working Papers in Language and Communication,19)

Heegaard, Jan. 1998. “Variational patterns in vowel length in Kalashamon”. In Jussi Niemi, Terence Odlin, & Janni Heikkinen (eds.), Language Contact, Variation, and Change. Joensuu: University of Joensuu, Faculty of Humanities. 125-135

Heegard, Jan & Ida Elisabeth Mørch. 2004. “Retroflex vowels and other peculiarities in the Kalasha sound system.” Anju Saxena (ed.), Himalayan Languages. Past and Present. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. [Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 149]. 57-76

Heegard, Jan. 2005. “Postpositioner og polysemi i kalasha [Postpositions and polysemy in Kalasha].” Lars Heltoft, Jens Nørgard-Sørensen, and Lene Schøsler (eds.), Grammatikalisering og structure. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanums Forlag, University of Copenhagen. 129-144.

Heegård Petersen, Jan (2006). "Case-marking in Kalasha". Unpublisched PhD thesis. University of Copenhagen

Mørch, Ida Elisabeth. 2000. “How fast will a language die when it is officially no longer spoken?” In Carl-Erik Lindberg & Steffen Nordahl Lund (eds.), 17th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics.Odense: University of Southern Denmark, Institute of Language and Communication. Vol. II:125-134 (Odense Working Papers in Language and Communication, 19.) 

Morgenstierne, Georg. 1965. “Notes on Kalasha.” Oslo. Norsk Tidsskrift for Sprogvidenskap 20:183-238 (Reprinted in Indo-Iranian Frontier Languages 4 (1973))

Morgenstierne, Georg. 1973. The Kalasha Language. Texts and Translations, Vocabulary and Grammar. Oslo: Instituttet for Sammenlignende Kulturforskning (2nd rev. edn.). (Indo-Iranian Frontier Languages, 4)

Petersen, Jan Heegård. 2006. "Case-marking in Kalasha". PhD thesis. University of Copenhagen

Trail, Gail. 1996. “Tsyam Revisited. A Study of Kalash Origins.” Elena Bashir & Israr-ud-Din (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Hindukush Cultural Conference, September 19-23, 1990. Karachi: Oxford University Press

Trail, Ronald L. 1995. A Rhetorical Structure Analysis of a Kalasha Narrative. Horsleys Green, UK: SIL South Asia Group (South Asia Work Papers, 1)

Trail, Ronald L. 1996. “Kalasha Case-Marking System.” Elena Bashir & Israr-ud-Din (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Hindukush Cultural Conference, September 19-23, 1990. Karachi: Oxford University Press. 149-58

Trail, Ronald L. & Gregory R. Cooper (compilers). 1999. Kalasha Dictionary. With English and Urdu. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies and Summer Institute of Linguistics (Studies in Languages of Northern Pakistan, 7)

Wazir Ali Shah. 1974. “Notes on Kalash Folklore.” K. Jettmar & L. Edelberg (eds.). Cultures of the Hindukush. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner. 69-80