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Publikationen

Books, monographs, and corpora

Nguyen, Isabelle, Zvinashe Mamvura, Tom Güldemann, Francis Matambirofa, Aquilina Mawadza, Tsitsi Nyoni, and Flora Veit-Wild. 2016. Berlin Shona Novel (BeShoNo) Corpus. Berlin: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. (Link

Güldemann, Tom. 2008c. Quotative indexes in African languages: a synchronic and diachronic survey. Empirical Approaches to Language Typology 34. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (= Habilitation thesis 2001) (Link)

Güldemann, Tom. 1998a. San languages for education: a linguistic short survey and proposal on behalf of the Molteno Early Literacy and Language Development (MELLD) Project in Namibia. Okahandja: National Institute of Educational Development, Ministry of Basic Education and Culture. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 1997b. Prosodische Markierung als sprachliche Strategie zur Hierarchisierung verknüpfter Prädikationen am Beispiel des Shona. University of Leipzig Papers on Africa, Languages and Literatures 2. Leipzig: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität Leipzig. (= M.A. thesis 1993)

Güldemann, Tom. 1996. Verbalmorphologie und Nebenprädikationen im Bantu: Eine Studie zur funktional motivierten Genese eines konjugationalen Subsystems. Bochum-Essener Beiträge zur Sprachwandelforschung 27. Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer. (= Ph.D. thesis 1995)

Heine, Bernd, Tom Güldemann, Christa Kilian-Hatz, Donald A. Lessau, Heinz Roberg, Matthias Schladt and Thomas Stolz. 1993. Conceptual shift - a lexicon of grammaticalization processes in African languages. Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere 34/5. Köln: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität zu Köln.

 

Edited works

Güldemann, Tom, Patrick McConvell and Richard A. Rhodes (eds.). 2020. The languages of hunter-gatherers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom (ed.). 2018. The languages and linguistics of Africa. The World of Linguistics 11. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (Link

Güldemann, Tom and Hirosi Nakagawa (eds.). 2018. Kalahari Basin sound structure - in memory of Anthony T. Traill (1939-2007). Africana Linguistica 24: 5-121.

Güldemann, Tom and Anne-Maria Fehn (eds.). 2014. Beyond ‘Khoisan’: historical relations in the Kalahari Basin. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 330. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom, Gary Holton, Robyn Loughnane and Laura Robinson. (eds.). 2012. Methodology in linguistic prehistory. Language Dynamics and Change 2,2 (special issue).

Güldemann, Tom and Manfred von Roncador (eds.). 2002. Reported discourse: a meeting ground for different linguistic domains. Typological Studies in Language 52. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Link)

Bleek, Dorothea F. (edited by Tom Güldemann). 2000b. The ǁŋ ǃke or Bushmen of Griqualand West. Khoisan Forum, Working Papers 15. Köln: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität zu Köln, 14-16.

Bleek, Dorothea F. (edited by Tom Güldemann). 2000a. Notes on the language of the ǁŋ ǃke or Bushmen of Griqualand West. Khoisan Forum, Working Papers 15. Köln: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität zu Köln, 17-28.

 

Articles

Güldemann, Tom. forthcoming a. The state of documentation of Kalahari Basin languages. In McDonnell, Bradley, Andrea Berez-Kroeker and Gary Holton (eds.), Reflections on language documentation on the 20 year anniversary of Himmelmann 1998. Language Documentation & Conservation.

Güldemann, Tom. forthcoming b. The linguistics of Holocene High Africa. In Bentz, Christian, Hugo Reyes-Centeno and Yonatan Sahle (eds.), Modern human origins and dispersal. Tübingen: Kerns.

Güldemann, Tom. forthcoming c. Person-gender-number marking from Proto-Khoe-Kwadi to its descendants: a rejoinder with particular reference to language contact. In König, Christa and Rainer Voßen (eds.), Festschrift for Bernd Heine. Routledge African Linguistics Series. London: Routledge. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. forthcoming d. Changing profile when encroaching on hunter-gatherer territory: towards a history of the Khoe-Kwadi family in southern Africa. In Güldemann, Tom, Patrick McConvell and Richard Rhodes (eds.), Hunter-gatherers and linguistic history: a global perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Güldemann, Tom. forthcoming e. Did Proto-Tuu have a paradigm of cardinal numerals? In Beyer, Klaus, Gertrud Boden, Bernhard Köhler and Ulrike Zoch (eds.), 40 Jahre Afrikanistik: Festschrift für Rainer Vossen. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 119-134.

Güldemann, Tom, Lee J. Pratchett and Alena Witzlack-Makarevich. forthcoming. From pragmatics to sentence type: non-topical S/A arguments and clause-second particles in the Kalahari Basin. Gengo Kenkyu (Journal of the Linguistic Society of Japan).

Güldemann, Tom and Harald Hammarström. forthcoming. Geographical axis effects in large-scale linguistic distributions. In Crevels, Mily and Pieter Muysken (eds.), Language dispersal, diversification and contact. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom and Hirosi Nakagawa. forthcoming. Anthony Traill and the holistic approach to Kalahari Basin sound design. In Güldemann, Tom and Hirosi Nakagawa (eds.), Kalahari Basin sound structure - in memory of Anthony T. Traill (1939-2007). Africana Linguistica 24: 1-29. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom, Patrick McConvell and Richard Rhodes. forthcoming. Introduction. In Güldemann, Tom, Patrick McConvell and Richard Rhodes (eds.), Hunter-gatherers and linguistic history: a global perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Güldemann, Tom and Ines Fiedler. forthcoming. Niger-Congo “noun classes” conflate gender with deriflection. In Di Garbo, Francesca and Bernhard Wälchli (eds.), Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity. Berlin: Language Science Press, 85–135.

Güldemann, Tom. 2018c. Language contact and areal linguistics in Africa: introduction. In Güldemann, Tom (ed.), The languages and linguistics of Africa. The World of Linguistics 11. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 445-446. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom. 2018b. Historical linguistics and genealogical language classification in Africa. In Güldemann, Tom (ed.), The languages and linguistics of Africa. The World of Linguistics 11. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 58-444. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom. 2018a. Areal linguistics beyond contact, and linguistic areas of Afrabia. In Güldemann, Tom (ed.), The languages and linguistics of Africa. The World of Linguistics 11. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 448-545. (Link)

Bajić, Vladimir, Chiara Barbieri, Alexander Hübner, Tom Güldemann, Christfried Naumann, Linda Gerlach, Falko Berthold, Hirosi Nakagawa, Sununguko W. Mpoloka, Lutz Roewer, Josephine Purps, Mark Stoneking and Brigitte Pakendorf. 2018. Genetic structure and sex-biased gene flow in the history of southern African populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2018: 1-16. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom. 2017b. Casting a wider net over Nǁng: the older archival resources. Anthropological Linguistics 59,1: 71-104.

Güldemann, Tom. 2017a. A shared pronominal canon in the Macro-Sudan belt: typological, areal and genealogical perspectives. In Kramer, Raija and Roland Kießling (eds.), Mechthildian approaches to Afrikanistik: advances in language based research in Africa, Festschrift für Mechthild Reh. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 101-146.

Güldemann, Tom and Anne-Maria Fehn. 2017. The Kalahari Basin area as a “Sprachbund” before the Bantu expansion. In Hickey, Raymond (ed.), The Cambridge handbook of areal linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 500-526. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 2016c. Using minority languages to inform the historical analysis of major written languages: a Tuu perspective on the ‘give’ ~ object marker polysemy in Sinitic. In Collected Articles on China 56. Tokyo: Ronsetsu Shiryo Hozonkai, 510-519. (= 2013l)

Güldemann, Tom. 2016b. Phonological regularities of consonant systems in genetic lineages of Khoisan. In Voßen, Rainer and Wilfrid H. G. Haacke (eds.), Lone Tree scholarship in the service of the Koon: essays in memory of Anthony T Traill. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 159-207. (= 2001)

Güldemann, Tom. 2016a. Maximal backgrounding = focus without (necessary) focus encoding. Studies in Language 40,3: 551–590.

Güldemann, Tom. 2015. How typology can inform philology: quotative j(n) in Earlier Egyptian. In Grossman, Eitan, Martin Haspelmath and T. Sebastian Richter (eds.), Egyptian-Coptic linguistics in typological perspective. Empirical Approaches to Language Typology 55. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 227-259.

Güldemann, Tom, Sabine Zerbian and Malte Zimmermann. 2015. Variation in information structure with special reference to Africa. Annual Review of Linguistics 1: 155-178. (Link)

Ernszt, Martina, Tom Güldemann and Alena Witzlack-Makarevich. 2015. Valency in Nǁng. In Malchukov, Andrej and Bernard Comrie (eds.), Valency classes in the world’s languages, 2 vols. Comparative Handbooks of Linguistics 1. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, vol. 1: 185-220. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 2014b. The Lower Nossob varieties of Tuu: ǃUi, Taa or neither? In Güldemann, Tom and Anne-Maria Fehn (eds.), Beyond ‘Khoisan’: historical relations in the Kalahari Basin. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 330. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 257-282.

Güldemann, Tom. 2014a. “Khoisan” linguistic classification today. In Güldemann, Tom and Anne-Maria Fehn (eds.), Beyond ‘Khoisan’: historical relations in the Kalahari Basin. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 330. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1-41.

Barbieri, Chiara, Tom Güldemann, Christfried Naumann, Linda Gerlach, Falko Berthold, Hirosi Nakagawa, Sununguko W. Mpoloka, Mark Stoneking and Brigitte Pakendorf. 2014. Unraveling the complex maternal history of Southern African Khoisan populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153: 435-448. (Link)

Boden, Gertrud, Tom Güldemann and Fiona Jordan. 2014. Khoisan sibling terminologies in historical perspective: a combined anthropological, linguistic and phylogenetic comparative approach. In Güldemann, Tom and Anne-Maria Fehn (eds.), Beyond ‘Khoisan’: historical relations in the Kalahari Basin. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 330. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 69-102.

Hammarström, Harald and Tom Güldemann. 2014b. Quantifying geographical determinants of large-scale distributions of linguistic features. In Wichmann, Søren and Jeff Good (eds.), Quantifying language dynamics: on the cutting edge of areal and phylogenetic linguistics. Leiden/ Boston: Brill, 67-95. (= 2014a)

Hammarström, Harald and Tom Güldemann. 2014a. Quantifying geographical determinants of large-scale distributions of linguistic features. Language Dynamics and Change 4: 87-115.

Loughnane, Robyn, Mark McGranaghan and Tom Güldemann. 2014. Omnis traductor traditor: linguistic analyses of ǀXam as interpretative tools. In Deacon, Janette and Pippa Skotnes (eds.), The courage of ǁkabbo: celebrating the 100th anniversary of the publication of ‘Specimens of Bushman folklore’. Cape Town: University of Cape Town Press, 303-316.

Ernszt, Martina, Alena Witzlack-Makarevich and Tom Güldemann. 2013. Nǁng valency patterns. In Hartmann, Iren, Martin Haspelmath and Bradley Taylor (eds.), Valency patterns Leipzig. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom. 2013l. Using minority languages to inform the historical analysis of major written languages: a Tuu perspective on the ‘give’ ~ object marker polysemy in Sinitic. Journal of Asian and African Studies 85: 41-59. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 2013k. Typology. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 25-37.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013j. Syntax: ǀXam. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 419-431.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013i. Syntax: Taa (East ǃXoon dialect). In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 408-419.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013h. Syntax: Kwadi. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 431-432.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013g. Phonetics and phonology: Taa (East ǃXoon dialect). In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 75-78.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013f. Phonetics and phonology: Other Tuu languages. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 78-84.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013e. Phonetics and phonology: Kwadi. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 87-88.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013d. Morphology: ǀXam. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 241-249.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013c. Morphology: Taa (East ǃXoon dialect). In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 234-241.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013b. Morphology: Kwadi. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 261-263.

Güldemann, Tom. 2013a. Language contact and sociolinguistics: Khoisan-internal contacts. In Vossen, Rainer (ed.), The Khoesan languages. London: Routledge, 463-465.

Güldemann, Tom and Robyn Loughnane. 2012. Are there “Khoisan” roots in body-part vocabulary? On linguistic inheritance and contact in the Kalahari Basin. In Güldemann, Tom et al. (eds.), Methodology in linguistic prehistory. Language Dynamics and Change 2,2: 215–258.

Güldemann, Tom, Gary Holton, Robyn Loughnane and Laura Robinson. 2012. Introduction. In Güldemann, Tom et al. (eds.), Methodology in linguistic prehistory. Language Dynamics and Change 2,2: 212-214.

Güldemann, Tom. 2012b. Thetic speaker-instantiating quotative indexes as a cross-linguistic type. In Buchstaller, Isabelle and Ingrid van Alphen (eds.), Quotatives: cross-linguistic and cross-disciplinary perspectives. Converging Evidence in Language and Communication Research 15. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 117-142.

Güldemann, Tom. 2012a. Relexicalization within grammatical constructions. In Auwera, Johan van der and Jan Nuyts (eds.), Grammaticalization and (inter-)subjectification. Brussels: Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van Belgie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten, 65-80. (PDF)

Pickrell, Joseph K., Nick Patterson, Chiara Barbieri, Falko Berthold, Linda Gerlach, Tom Güldemann, Blesswell Kure, Sununguko Wata Mpoloka, Hirosi Nakagawa, Christfried Naumann, Mark Lipson, Po-Ru Loh, Joseph Lachance, Joanna Mountain, Carlos D. Bustamante, Bonnie Berger, Sarah A. Tishkoff, Brenna M. Henn, Mark Stoneking, David Reich and Brigitte Pakendorf. 2012. The genetic prehistory of southern Africa. Nature Communications 3, Article 1143. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom. 2011c. Proto-Bantu and Proto-Niger-Congo: macro-areal typology and linguistic reconstruction. In Hieda, Osamu, Christa König and Hirosi Nakagawa (eds.), Geographical typology and linguistic areas, with special reference to Africa. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Studies in Linguistics 2. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 109-141.

Güldemann, Tom. 2011b. Le ǃora. In Bonvini, Emilio, Joëlle Busuttil and Alain Peyraube (eds.), Dictionnaire des langues. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 229-235.

Güldemann, Tom. 2011a. Les langues khoisan. In Bonvini, Emilio, Joëlle Busuttil and Alain Peyraube (eds.), Dictionnaire des langues. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 225-228. (= French version of Güldemann 2003b).

Güldemann, Tom and Edward D. Elderkin. 2010. On external genealogical relationships of the Khoe family. In Brenzinger, Matthias and Christa König (eds.), Khoisan languages and linguistics: proceedings of the 1st International Symposium January 4-8, 2003, Riezlern/Kleinwalsertal. Quellen zur Khoisan-Forschung 24. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 15-52.

Güldemann, Tom. 2010b. The relation between focus and theticity in the Tuu family. In Fiedler, Ines and Anne Schwarz (eds.), The expression of information structure: a documentation of its diversity across Africa. Typological Studies in Language 91. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 69-93.

Güldemann, Tom. 2010a. Sprachraum and geography: linguistic macro-areas in Africa. In Lameli, Alfred, Roland Kehrein and Stefan Rabanus (eds.), Language and space: an international handbook of linguistic variation, volume 2: language mapping. Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 30,2. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 561-585, Maps 2901-2914.

Sands, Bonny and Tom Güldemann. 2009. What click languages can and can’t tell us about language origins. In Botha, Rudie and Chris Knight (eds.), The cradle of language. Studies in the Evolution of Language 12. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 204-218.

Güldemann, Tom and Mark Stoneking. 2008. A historical appraisal of clicks: a linguistic and genetic population perspective. Annual Review of Anthropology 37: 93-109. (Link)

Güldemann, Tom. 2008d. The Macro-Sudan belt: towards identifying a linguistic area in northern sub-Saharan Africa. In Heine, Bernd and Derek Nurse (eds.), A linguistic geography of Africa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 151-185.

Güldemann, Tom. 2008b. Greenberg’s “case” for Khoisan: the morphological evidence. In Ibriszimow, Dymitr (ed.), Problems of linguistic-historical reconstruction in Africa. Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika 19. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 123-153.

Güldemann, Tom. 2008a. A linguist’s view: Khoe-Kwadi speakers as the earliest food-producers of southern Africa. In Sadr, Karim and François-Xavier Fauvelle-Aymar (eds.), Khoekhoe and the earliest herders in southern Africa. Southern African Humanities 20: 93-132.

Güldemann, Tom. 2007b. Preverbal objects and information structure in Benue-Congo. In Aboh, Enoch O., Katharina Hartmann and Malte Zimmermann (eds.), Focus strategies in African languages: the interaction of focus and grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic. Trends in Linguistics - Studies and Monographs 191. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 83-111.

Güldemann, Tom. 2007a. Clicks, genetics, and “proto-world” from a linguistic perspective. University of Leipzig Papers on Africa, Languages and Literatures 29. Leipzig: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität Leipzig. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 2006b. The San languages of southern Namibia: linguistic appraisal with special reference to J. G. Krönlein’s N|uusaa data. Anthropological Linguistics 48,4: 369-395.

Güldemann, Tom. 2006a. Structural isoglosses between Khoekhoe and Tuu: the Cape as a linguistic area. In Matras, Yaron, April McMahon and Nigel Vincent (eds.), Linguistic areas: convergence in historical and typological perspective. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 99-134. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 2005d. Tuu as a language family. In Güldemann, Tom, Studies in Tuu (Southern Khoisan). University of Leipzig Papers on Africa, Languages and Literatures 23. Leipzig: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität Leipzig, 11-30. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 2005c. “Tuu” - a new name for the Southern Khoisan family. In Güldemann, Tom, Studies in Tuu (Southern Khoisan). University of Leipzig Papers on Africa, Languages and Literatures 23. Leipzig: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität Leipzig, 3-10. (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom. 2005b. Complex predicates based on generic auxiliaries as an areal feature in Northeast Africa. In Voeltz, F. K. Erhard (ed.), Studies in African linguistic typology. Typological Studies in Language 64. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 131-154.

Güldemann, Tom. 2005a. Asyndetic subordination and deverbal depictive expressions in Shona. In Himmelmann, Nikolaus P. and Eva Schultze-Berndt (eds.), Secondary predication and adverbial modification: the typology of depictives. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 323-353.

Güldemann, Tom and Rainer Vossen. 2004. Le khoisan. In Heine, Bernd and Derek Nurse (eds.), Les langues africaines. Paris: Karthala, 121-148. (= French version of Güldemann and Vossen 2000).

Güldemann, Tom. 2004c. Reconstruction through ‘de-construction’: the marking of person, gender, and number in the Khoe family and Kwadi. Diachronica 21,2: 251-306.

Güldemann, Tom. 2004b. Introduction to “Bushman grammar: a grammatical sketch of the language of the ǀxam-ka-ǃk’e” by Dorothea F. Bleek. In Hollmann, Jeremy C. (ed.), Customs and beliefs of the /Xam Bushmen. Johannesburg: Wits University Press with the Ringing Rocks Press, 385-387.

Güldemann, Tom. 2004a. Complex pronominals in Tuu and Ju, with special reference to their historical significance. Afrika und Übersee 87: 79-103.

Güldemann, Tom. 2003d. Present progressive vis-à-vis predication focus in Bantu: a verbal category between semantics and pragmatics. Studies in Language 27,2: 323-360.

Güldemann, Tom. 2003c. Logophoricity in Africa: an attempt to explain and evaluate the significance of its modern distribution. Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung 56,4: 366-387.

Güldemann, Tom. 2003b. Khoisan languages. In Frawley, William (ed.), International encyclopedia of linguistics, 4 vols. New York: Oxford University Press, vol.4: 359-362.

Güldemann, Tom. 2003a. Grammaticalization. In Nurse, Derek and Gérard Philippson (eds.), The Bantu languages. Routledge Language Family Series 4. London: Routledge, 182-194.

Güldemann, Tom, Manfred von Roncador and Wim van der Wurff. 2002. A comprehensive bibliography of reported discourse. In Güldemann, Tom and Manfred von Roncador (eds.), Reported discourse: a meeting ground for different linguistic domains. Typological Studies in Language 52. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 363-415.

Güldemann, Tom. 2002d. When ‘say’ is not say: the functional versatility of the Bantu quotative marker ti with special reference to Shona. In Güldemann, Tom and Manfred von Roncador (eds.), Reported discourse: a meeting ground for different linguistic domains. Typological Studies in Language 52. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 253-287.

Güldemann, Tom. 2002c. Welche Evidenz gibt es für eine ǃUi-Sprache namens ǃKhuai? Afrika und Übersee 85: 99-109.

Güldemann, Tom. 2002b. Using older Khoisan sources: quantifier expressions in Lower Nosop varieties of Tuu. South African Journal of African Languages 22,3: 187-196.

Güldemann, Tom. 2002a. Die Entlehnung pronominaler Elemente des Khoekhoe aus dem ǃUi-Taa. In Schumann, Theda, Mechthild Reh, Roland Kießling and Ludwig Gerhardt (eds.), Aktuelle Forschungen zu afrikanischen Sprachen: Sprachwissenschaftliche Beiträge zum 14. Afrikanistentag, Hamburg, 11.-14. Oktober 2000. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 43-61.

Güldemann, Tom. 2001. Phonological regularities of consonant systems across Khoisan lineages. University of Leipzig Papers on Africa, Languages and Literatures 16. Leipzig: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität Leipzig. (= Güldemann 2017b) (PDF)

Güldemann, Tom and Rainer Vossen. 2000. Khoisan. In Heine, Bernd and Derek Nurse (eds.), African languages: an introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 99-122.

Güldemann, Tom. 2000b. Noun categorization systems in Non-Khoe lineages of Khoisan. Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere 63: 5-33.

Güldemann, Tom. 2000a. Editor’s introduction. In Bleek, Dorothea F. [edited and introduced by Tom Güldemann], The ǁŋ ǃke or Bushmen of Griqualand West; Notes on the language of the ǁŋ ǃke or Bushmen of Griqualand West. Khoisan Forum, Working Papers 15. Köln: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität zu Köln, 7-13.

Güldemann, Tom. 1999c. Toward a grammaticalization and typological account of the ka-possessive in Zulu. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 20,2: 157-184.

Güldemann, Tom. 1999b. The genesis of verbal negation in Bantu and its dependency on functional features of clause types. In Hombert, Jean-Marie and Larry M. Hyman (eds.), Bantu historical linguistics: theoretical and empirical perspectives. CSLI Lecture Notes 99. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI), 545-587.

Güldemann, Tom. 1999a. Head-initial meets head-final: nominal suffixes in eastern and southern Bantu from a historical perspective. Studies in African Linguistics 28,1: 49-91.

Güldemann, Tom. 1998c. The relation between imperfective and simultaneous taxis in Bantu: late stages of grammaticalization. In Fiedler, Ines, Catherine Griefenow-Mewis and Brigitte Reineke (eds.), Afrikanische Sprachen im Brennpunkt der Forschung: Linguistische Beiträge zum 12. Afrikanistentag Berlin, 3.-6. Oktober 1996. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 157-177.

Güldemann, Tom. 1998b. The Kalahari Basin as an object of areal typology - a first approach. In Schladt, Mathias (ed.), Language, identity, and conceptualization among the Khoisan. Quellen zur Khoisan-Forschung 15. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 137-169.

Güldemann, Tom. 1997c. The Kalahari Basin as an object of areal typology - a first approach. Khoisan Forum, Working Papers 3. Köln: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität zu Köln. (= Güldemann 1998b)

Güldemann, Tom. 1997a. Prosodic subordination as a strategy for complex sentence construction in Shona: Bantu moods revisited. In Herbert, Robert K. (ed.), African linguistics at the crossroads: papers from Kwaluseni (1st World Congress of African Linguistics, Swaziland, 18-22, July, 1994). Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, 75-98.

Güldemann, Tom. 1992. Ist Swahili eine monogenetische Einheit? - Betrachtungen aus der Sicht peripherer Varietäten unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Verbalmorphologie. Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere 30: 35-62.