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Jenny, Mathias (2018). Book Review: Bunjarat, Songkran & Sabattini, Mario, 2017. Grammatica essenziale della lingua thai. Venice: Cafoscarina. Cahiers de Linguistique - Asie Orientale, 47:257-260.

Jenny, Mathias (2017). Chapter 11. Comparative, similative, and equative constructions in Mon. In: Treis, Yvonne; Vanhove, Martine. Similative and Equative Constructions. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing, 291-319.

Jenny, Mathias (2017). Foreign influence in the Burmese language. In: Rattanapitak, Ampika. A collection of papers on Myanmar language and literature. Chiang Mai, Thailand: Myanmar Center, Chiang Mai University, 1-34.

Jenny, Mathias (2016). Review of Svantesson, Jan-Olof / Ràw, Kàm (Damrong Tayanin) / Lindell, Kristina / Lundström, Håkan: Dictionary of Kammu Yùan Language and Culture. Orientalische Literaturzeitung, 111(1):77-80.

Jenny, Mathias; Hnin Tun, San San (2016). Burmese: a comprehensive grammar. London: Routledge.

Jenny, Mathias. Typology and language contact in Southeast Asia. 2016, University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts.

Kerdpol, Karnthida; Dellwo, Volker; Jenny, Mathias (2016). Phonetic sources of sound change: The influence of Thai on nasality in Pwo Karen. Manusya : Journal of Humanities, 19(1):46-66.

Jenny, Mathias. Tai identity in Myanmar and beyond. In: IIAS The Newsletter, 75, 2016, p.32-33.

Jenny, Mathias (2015). Foreign influence in the Burmese language. In: International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies Burma/Myanmar in Transition: Connectivity, Changes and Challenges, Chiangmai, Thailand, 24 July 2015 - 25 July 2015, 1-21.

Jenny, Mathias (2015). The far West of Southeast Asia: ‘Give’ and ‘get’ in the languages of Myanmar. In: Enfield, Nick J; Comrie, Bernard. Languages of Mainland Southeast Asia. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton, 155-208.

Jenny, Mathias (2015). Syntactic diversity and change in Austroasiatic languages. In: Viti, Carlotta. Perspectives on Historical Syntax. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 317-340.

The Handbook of Austroasiatic Languages. Edited by: Jenny, Mathias; Sidwell, Paul (2014). Leiden/Boston: Brill Academic.

Dellwo, Volker; Mok, Peggy; Jenny, Mathias (2014). Rhythmic variability between some Asian languages: results from an automatic analysis of temporal characteristics. In: Interspeech 2014, Singapore, 14 September 2014 - 18 September 2014, 1708-1711.

Jenny, Mathias (2014). Modern Mon. In: Jenny, Mathias. The Handbook of Austroasiatic Languages. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 553-600.

Jenny, Mathias; McCormick, Patrick (2014). Old Mon. In: Jenny, Mathias; Sidwell, Paul. The Handbook of Austroasiatic Languages. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 517-552.

Jenny, Mathias; Weber, Tobias; Weymuth, Rachel (2014). The Austroasiatic Languages: A Typological Overview. In: Jenny, Mathias; Sidwell, Paul. The Handbook of Austroasiatic Languages. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 13-143.

Jenny, Mathias (2014). Transitivity and affectedness in Mon. Journal of Mon-Khmer Studies, 43(1):57-71.

McCormick, Patrick; Jenny, Mathias (2013). Contact and convergence: the Mon language in Burma and Thailand. Cahiers de Linguistique - Asie Orientale, 42(2):77-116.

Jenny, Mathias; Hnin Tun, San San (2013). Differential subject marking without ergativity. The case of colloquial Burmese. Studies in Language, 37(4):693-735.

Jenny, Mathias (2013). New aspects of aspect in Burmese. Zeitschrift der deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 163(2):477-484.

Jenny, Mathias (2013). The Mon language:recipient and donor between Burmese and Thai. Journal of Language and Culture, 31(2):5-33.

Jenny, Mathias (2012). The far West of Southeast Asia - 'give' and 'get' in the languages of Myanmar. In: Mainland Southeast Asian Languages: The State of the Art in 2012, MPI EVA, Leipzig, 29 November 2012 - 1 December 2012.

Jenny, Mathias (2011). Burmese in Mon syntax: external influence and internal development. In: Srichampa, Sophana; Sidwell, Paul; Gregerson, Kenneth. Austroasiatic Studies: papers from ICAAL 4. Dallas, Salaya, Canberra: SIL International. Mahidol University, Pacific Linguistics, 48-64.

Jenny, Mathias (2011). The story of Prince Sangada: a mon legend in Southeast Asian context. In: McCormick, Patrick; Jenny, Mathias; Baker, Chris. The Mon over two millennia. Monuments, Manuscripts, Movements. Bangkok: Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 147-167.

Næss, Åshild; Jenny, Mathias (2011). Who changes language? Bilingualism and structural change in Burma and the Reef Islands. Journal of Language Contact, 4(2):217-249.

Jenny, Mathias (2010). Benefactive strategies in Thai. In: Zúñiga, Fernando; Kittilä, Seppo. Benefactives and malefactives: typological perspectives and case studies. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 377-392.

Jenny, Mathias (2009). Deixis and information structure in Mon: the multifunctional particle kɔ̀h. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 2:53-72.

Jenny, Mathias (2009). Modality In Burmese: ‘May’ Or ‘Must’ – Grammatical Uses Of yá ‘Get’. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 1:111-126.

Jenny, Mathias (2006). Mon ra' and nong: assertive particles? Journal of Mon-Khmer Studies, 36:21-38.

Jenny, Mathias. The verb system of Mon. 2005, University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts.

Jenny, Mathias (2003). New infixes in spoken Mon. Mon-Khmer Studies Journal, 33:183-194.

Jenny, Mathias (2001). The aspect system of Thai. In: Ebert, Karen H; Zúñiga, Fernando. Aktionsart and Aspectotemporality in non-European languages. Zurich: Seminar für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Zürich, 97-140.

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