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1. Introduction (by Voeltz, F.K. Erhard); 2. Future tense and aspect marking in Southern Bantu (by Batibo, Herman M.); 3. The marking of directional deixis in Somali: How typological idiosyncratic is it? (by Bourdin, Philippe); 4. A typology of subject and object markers in African languages (by Creissels, Denis); 5. Head marking, dependent marking and constituent order in the Nilotic area (by Dimmendaal, Gerrit J.); 6. Agent phrases in Bantu passives (by Fleisch, Axel); 7. Grammaticalization of switch reference: Motivation and means (by Frajzyngier, Zygmunt); 8. Complex predicates based on generic auxiliaries as an areal feature in Northeast Africa (by Guldemann, Tom); 9. The OHO constraint (by Hayward, Richard J.); 10. The word in Luganda. (by Hyman, Larry M.); 11. Case in Africa: On categorial misbehavior (by Konig, Christa); 12. The typology of relative clause formation in African languages (by Kuteva, Tania); 13. Deictic categories in particles and demonstratives in three Gur languages (by Lebikaza, Kezie Koyenzi); 14. Preprefix or not - that is the question: The case of Kwangali, Kwanyama and Ndonga (by Legere, Karsten); 15. Nonverbal and verbal negations in Kabyle (Berber): A typological perspective (by Mettouchi, Amina); 16. Grammaticalization chains of the verb Kare 'to give' in Kabba (by Moser, Rosmarie); 17. Selectors in Cushitic (by Mous, Maarten); 18. How Bantu is Kiyansi?: A re-examination of its verbal inflections (by Mufwene, Salikoko S.); 19. Diathesis alternation in some Gur languages (by Reineke, Brigitte); 20. Structure and function of incorporation processes in compounding (by Riehl, Claudia Maria); 21. Toward a typological perspective for Emai's BE constructions. (by Schaefer, Ronald P.); 22. Intrinsic focus and focus control in two varieties of Hausa (by Wolff, H. Ekkehard); 23. Language index; 24. Name index; 25. Subject index