Pāṇini Award

Pāṇini Award

Award Recipients:

2019 2015 2011 2007

2019
Nadine Grimm (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
2015. A Grammar of Gyeli

Highly Commended Grammars

Yunfan Lai (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, France)

2017. Grammaire du Khroskyabs de Wobzi

Sally Nicholas (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

2016. A Grammar of the Southern Cook Islands Maori

Short listed finalists

Hilde Gunnink (University of Ghent, Belgium)

2018. A Grammar of Fwe: A Bantu Language of Zambia and Namibia

Yankee Modi (Universität Bern, Switzerland)

2017. The Milang Language: Grammar and Texts

Jaime German Peña (University of Oregon, USA)

2015. A Grammar of Wampis

2015
Linda Konnerth (University of Oregon)
A Grammar of Karbi, University of Oregon, 2014.

Honourable Mentions

Michael Ahland (University of Oregon), USA
2012. A grammar of northen Mao

Dineke Shokkin (James Cook University, Australia)
2014. A grammar of Paluai: the language of Balluan Island, Papua New Guinea

Benjamin Touati (Paris IV-Sorbonne, France)

2014. Description du sakao, langue océanique du Nord-est Santo, Vanuatu. (A description of Sakao, an Oceanic language of Northeast Santo, Vanuatu)

Roberto Zariquiey Biondi, (La Trobe University, Australia)
2011.  A grammar of Kashibo-Kakataibo

2011

Award Recipients
Mark Post (James Cook University, Australia)
A Grammar of Galo, La Trobe University, 2007

Antoinette Schapper (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
Bunaq. A Papuan Langauge of Central Timor, Australian National University, 2009

Honourable Mentions

Kofi Yakpo
A grammar of Pichi (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2009)

Seino van Breugel
A grammar of Atong (La Trobe University, Australia, 2008)

René Lacroix
Description du dialecte laze d’Arhavi (caucasique du sud, Turquie). Grammaire et textes (Université Lyon-2, France, 2009)

Rosa Vallejos Yopán
A grammar of Kokama-Kokamilla (University of Oregon, USA, 2010)

Claudia Wegener
A grammar of Savosavo, a Papuan language of the Solomon islands (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2008)

2007
Patience Epps 
(University of Texas, USA)
A Grammar of Hup