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Research topics

Code-switching, bilingualism/multilingualism, language contact, Purepecha, languages of Georgia

On-going research project

"Conflicting Grammars: Gender among bilinguals in Mesoamerica and the Caucasus" (European Commission Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship)


Code-switching - grammatical gender - bilingualism - language contact - grammatical conflicts - adaptation strategies - Mexico - Georgia

Purepecha - Spanish - Georgian - Batsbi




— Bellamy, Kate & Cynthia Groff. 2019. Mother Tongue Instruction and Biliteracy Development in P'urhepecha in Central Mexico. In: Ari Sherris & Joy Peyton (eds.), Teaching Writing to Children in Indigenous Languages: Instructional Practices from Global Contexts, London: Routledge, pp. 202-217.
— Bellamy, Kate. 2018a. On the external relations of Purepecha: An investigation into classification, contact and patterns of word formation, LOT: Utrecht. (PhD thesis).
—Bellamy, Kate. 2018b. Re-evaluating the 'numeral classifier' system in Mochica, LIAMES: Linguas Indígenas Americanas, 18(1): 81-98.
— Bellamy, Kate. 2018c. Investigating interaction between South America and West Mexico through the lexicon of metallurgy. In: Guus Kroonen & Rune Iversen (Eds.), Digging for Words, British Archaeological Reports International Series 2888: 1-20.
— Bellamy, Kate, M. Carmen Parafita Couto & Hans Stadthagen-Gonzalez. 2018. Investigating Gender Assignment Strategies in Mixed Purepecha–Spanish Nominal Constructions. Languages, 3, 28.

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