Last updated March 28, 2021
- To appear (2021). Rose, Yvan & Julie Brittain. “Managing phonological development data within PhonBank: The Chisasibi Child Language Acquisition Study.” Chapter 32 in The Open Handbook of Linguistic Data Management (edited by Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker, Bradley McDonnell, Eve Koller and Lauren B. Collister). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Open. Page numbers not yet available.
- To appear (2021). Henke, Ryan, and Julie Brittain. “Obviative demonstratives in Northern East Cree: Insights from child-directed speech”, International Journal of American Linguistics. Page numbers not yet available.
- 2021. Henke, Ryan E. "The acquisition of obviation in Northern East Cree: Evidence from possessive constructions." In Papers of the Fiftieth Algonquian Conference. Edited by Monica Macaulay & Margaret Noodin. Pp. 113–134. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.
- 2021. Brittain, Julie & Rose, Yvan. "The development of preverbs in Northern East Cree: A longitudinal case study." In First Language Special Issue The Acquisition of Complex Predicates. Edited by Hannah Sarvasy. Pp. 1-30. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0142723720969257
- 2019. Henke, Ryan E. "The Development of possession in the L1 acquisition of Northern East Cree." Journal of Child Language 46:5, pp. 980-997. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0305000919000217
- 2015. Knee, Sarah. "Vowel devocalization in Northern East Cree." The Canadian Journal of Linguistics 59(3), pp. 303-338.
- 2014. Brittain, Julie, Caroline Erdos & Erica Davis. "Resonance Screening Tool for speakers of Northern East Cree."
- 2014. Brittain, Julie & Sara Acton. "The lexicon-syntax interface: Root semantics as an indirect determinant of intransitive verb syntax in Cree". International Journal of American Linguistics 80:4, pp. 475-506.
- Thorburn, Jennifer. 2014. "Acquiring Northern East Cree: A case study". In Papers of the Forty-Second Algonquian Conference, eds. M. Macaulay & J.R. Valentine. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, pp. 263-280.
- Brittain, Julie. 2014. "Root semantics as a determinant of syntactic representation: Evidence from Cree-Montagnais Naskapi." In Papers of the Forty-Second Algonquian Conference, eds. M. Macaulay & J.R. Valentine. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, pp. 34-55.
- Dyck, Carrie, Alethea Power and Kevin Terry. 2014. "Syncope in East Cree: Phonological or phonetic?" In Papers of the Forty-Second Algonquian Conference, eds. M. Macaulay & J.R. Valentine. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, pp. 120-133.
- 2012. Junker, Marie-Odile, Marguerite MacKenzie & Julie Brittain. Comparative Structures of East Cree and English. A resource to help language teachers.
- Rose, Yvan and Julie Brittain. 2011 "Grammar Matters: Evidence from Phonological and Morphological Development in Northern East Cree." In Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition in North America (GALANA), edited by Mihaela Pirvulescu. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, pp. 193-208. download paper
- Rose, Yvan, Julie Brittain, Carrie Dyck and Erin Swain. 2010. “The Acquisition of Metrical Opacity: A Longitudinal Case Study from Northern East Cree.” In Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (volume 2), edited by Katie Franich, Kate M. Iserman, and Lauren L. Keil. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, pp. 339-350. download paper
- Brittain, Julie, Carrie Dyck, Yvan Rose and Marguerite MacKenzie. 2007. "The Chisasibi Child Language Acquisition Study (CCLAS): A Progress Report.” In Papers of the Thirty Eighth Algonquian Conference, H.C. Wolfart (ed). Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, pp. 1-17. download paper
- Dyck, Carrie, Julie Brittain, and Marguerite MacKenzie. 2006. “Northern East Cree Accent.” In Proceedings of the 2006 Canadian Linguistics Association Annual Conference, Claire Gurski and Milica Radisic (eds), 14 pages. download paper
- Brittain, Julie and Carrie Dyck (principal author). 2006. “Initial Change as Abstract Vowel Realization.” In Papers of the Thirty-Seventh Algonquian Conference, H.C. Wolfart (ed). Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, pp. 19-35.