Refereed Books

Cowell, Andrew.  2018 Naming the World: Language and Power among the Northern Arapaho. Tuscon: University of Arizona Press.

Cowell, Andrew and Brockie, Terry, eds. 2017. Aaniiih/Gros Ventre Stories. Regina, SK: University of Regina Press (c. 110 pp).

Cowell, Andrew, C’Hair, William and Moss, Alonzo Sr., eds. 2014. Arapaho Stories, Songs and Prayers: A Bilingual Anthology. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press (560 pp).

Limerick, Patricia, Cowell, Andrew and Collinge, Sharon, eds. 2009. Remedies for a New West: Healing Landscapes, Histories, and Cultures. Tucson:University of Arizona Press

Cowell, Andrew with Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2008. The Arapaho Language. Boulder:University Press of Colorado (519pp).

Cowell, Andrew. 2007. The Medieval Warrior Aristocracy: Gifts, Violence, Performance and the Sacred. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: D.S. Brewer, Gallica Series (198 pp).

(324 pp).

Cowell, Andrew and Alonzo Moss, Sr. eds. 2005. Hinono’einoo3itoono / Arapaho Historical Traditions. Told by Paul Moss. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press (531pp).

Cowell, Andrew. 1999. At Play in the Tavern: Signs, Coins and Bodies in Medieval France. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press (270 pp).


Refereed Articles and Chapters

Cowell, Andrew, Kazeminejad, Ghazaleh, and Hulden, Mans. “Morphological Parsing of Arapaho and Algonquian Language Extensibility.” Under preparation for ComputEL-2/Alberta Language Technology Lab conference and proceedings, Honolulu, March 2017.

Wagner, Irina, Cowell, Andrew and Huang, Jena. 2016.“Applying Universal Dependency to the Arapaho Language.” Proceedings of Association for Computational Linguistics Conference, Berlin, 2016.

Cowell, Andrew. “Symmetry and Asymmetry in Arapaho Collaborative Narratives.” Under revision for Journal of Pragmatics.

Cowell, Andrew, Ramsberger, Gail and Menn, Lise. 2016. “Dementia and grammar in a polysynthetic language: An Arapaho case study.” Language 93(1): 97-120.

Cowell, Andrew, Taylor, Allan and Brockie, Terry. “Gros Ventre Place Names and Ethnogeography: A Diachronic Perspective.” Anthropological Linguistics 58(2): 132-170.

Cowell, Andrew. 2016. “Language Maintenance and Revitalization.” For The Routledge Handbook of Linguistic Anthropology, Nancy Bonvillain, ed. New York: Routledge: 420-432.

Cowell, Andrew and O’Gorman, Tim. 2016. “Speech-Genre Effects on Statistical Measurements of Arapaho Language Competency.” Proceedings of the 45th Algonquian Conference, Chicago: 22-36.

Cowell, Andrew. 2015. “Editing and Using Arapaho-Language Manuscript Sources: A Comparative Perspective.” In New Voices for Old Words: Algonquian Oral Literatures, David Costa, ed. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press: 90-117.

Brockie, Terry and Cowell, Andrew. 2015. “Editing a Gros Ventre (White Clay) Text.” In New Voices for Old Words: Algonquian Oral Literatures, David Costa, ed. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press: 9-33.

Cowell, Andrew and DeNino, Maureen. 2013. “Reading Tahitian Francophone Literature: the challenge of scent and perfume.” International Journal of Francophone Studies 16(1-2): 113-33.

Cowell, Andrew. 2013. “Visions of Performance in Tahiti: Vairaumati no Ra’iātea’s Arioi.” Text and Performance Quarterly 33: 42-57.

Cowell, Andrew. 2013. “Violence in the Epic of Revolt: Laboratories of Subjectivity”. In Violence and the Writing of History in the Medieval Francophone World, Noah Guynn and Zrinka Stahuljak, eds. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer: 19-34.

Cowell, Andrew. 2012. “The Native Hawaiian Model of Language Revitalization: Problems of Extension to Native America.” International Journal of the Sociology of Language 218: 167-93.

Cowell, Andrew. 2012. “The Subjectivity of Space: Walls and Castles in La Prise d’Orange.” In Locating the Middle Ages: the Spaces and Places of Medieval Culture, Julian Weiss and Sarah Salih, eds. London: King’s College London Medieval Studies: 185-96.

Cowell, Andrew and Moss, Sr., Alonzo, eds. 2011. “Arapaho Songs.” Bombay Gin 37:1: Anthology of American Folk Music, 125-32.

Cowell, Andrew. 2010. “Food as Battleground in Medieval French Epics.” In Cuisine and Symbolic Captial: Food in Film and Literature. Cheleen Mahar, ed. Newcastle-upon- Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 152-171.

Cowell, Andrew. 2010. “Heroic Violence, Individual Identity, and Community Reflection.” In Saluting Aron Gurevich:Essays in History, Literature and Other Related Subjects. Yelena Mazour-Matusevich and Alexandra S. Korros, eds. Leiden: Brill: 167-89.

Cowell, Andrew. 2009. “Indigenous Languages of the West: A Prognosis for the Future” in Remedies for a New West. Limerick, Cowell and Collinge, eds. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 47-65.

Cowell, Andrew, Collinge, Sharon and Limerick, Patricia. 2009. “Introduction” in Remedies for a New West, Limerick, Cowell and Collinge, eds. Tucson: University of Arizona Press: 13-26.

Cowell, Andrew. 2007. “Indigenous Language Use in Native American Education: Opening Spaces for Indigenous Ethnographies of Communication” in Language of the Land: Policy, Politics, Identity. Katherine Schuster and David Witkowsky, eds. Information Age Publishing: 149-64.

Cowell, Andrew. 2007. “Arapaho Imperatives: Indirectness, Politeness and Communal ‘Face’.” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 17: 44-60.

Cowell, Andrew. 2006. “Swords, Clubs, and Relics: Performance, Identity and the Sacred.” Yale French Studies, 110:7-18.

Cowell, Andrew. 2005. “Arapaho Plant Names.” Proceedings of 36th Algonquian Conference, Madison, WI: 1-36.

Cowell, Andrew with Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2005. “Three Stories.” Translation and critical introduction of three traditional Arapaho narratives. In Algonquian Spirit, Brian Swann, ed. Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska Press: 472-494.

Cowell, Andrew and Taylor, Allan. 2004. “Report on the Status of Gros Ventre/Atsina.” Algonquian and Iroquian Linguistics 29:41.

Cowell, Andrew, with Alonzo Moss, Sr. “The Linguistic Structure of Arapaho Personal Names.” Proceedings of 35th Algonquian Conference. London, ONT, 2004:61-74.

Cowell, Andrew. 2004. “Arapaho Placenames in Colorado: Indigenous Mapping, White Remaking.” Names 52: 21-41.

Cowell, Andrew, with Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2003. “Arapaho Place Names in Colorado: Form, Function, Language and Culture.” Anthropological Linguistics 45: 349-89.

Cowell, Andrew, with Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2003. “The Arapaho Conjunct Order: Forms and Functions.” Proceedings of 33rd Algonquian Conference, Berkeley, CA: 162-80.

Cowell, Andrew. 2002. “The Pleasures and Pains of the Gift” in The Question of the Gift, Mark Osteen, ed., New York: Routledge: 280-97.

Cowell, Andrew. “A Note of Clarification on the Arapaho TA Verb.” Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 27: 17.

Cowell, Andrew. 2002. “Bilingual Curriculum among the Northern Arapaho: Oral Tradition, Literacy, and Performance.” American Indian Quarterly 26: 24-43.

Cowell, Andrew. 2002. “The Poetics of Arapaho Storytelling: Voice, Print, Salvage and Performance.” Oral Tradition 17: 18-52.

Cowell, Andrew, with Alonzo Moss, Sr. 2002. “A Reconstructed Conjunct Order Participle in Arapaho.” International Journal of American Linguistics 68: 341-65.

Cowell, Andrew. 2001. “The Poetics of Advertising: A Medieval Response to Modern Theory.” Poetics Today, 22(4): 791-823.

Cowell, Andrew. 2001. “Gautier d’Aupais, Courtly Love, and the Dangers of the Tavern.” Romance Notes 41(3): 273-80.

Cowell, Andrew. 1999. “The Apocalypse of Paradise and the Salvation of the West: Nightmare Visions of the Future in the Pacific Eden.” Cultural Studies, 13:138-160.

Cowell, Andrew. 1999. "The Dye of Desire: The Colors of Rhetoric in the Middle Ages." Exemplaria, 11(1): 115-40.

Cowell, Andrew. 1997. "Deadly Letters: 'Deus amanz', the 'Prologue' to Marie's Lais and the Dangerous Nature of the Gloss." Romanic Review, 88(3): 337-56.

Cowell, Andrew. 1996. "The Fall of the Oral Economy: Writing Economics on the Dead Body." Exemplaria, 8(1): 145-67.

Cowell, Andrew. 1996. "Feminine Semiotics and Masculine Desires: Courtois d'Arras and the Proper Male Reader in the Middle Ages." Symposium, 50(1): 16-27.

Cowell, Andrew. 1995. "Diderot's Tahiti and Enlightenment Sexual Economics." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 265: 349-64.