Chamorro, Pilar and Fábio B. Duarte. 2020. On the Semantic Properties of Mass and Count Nouns in Tenetehára. Linguistic Variation 20(2). 366–381. Special issue A typology of of the mass/count distinction in Brazil and its relevance for mass/count theories. Eds. Suzi Lima and Susan Rothstein. 

Chamorro, Pilar. 2020. Past temporal reference and remoteness distinctions in Guajajára. International Journal of American Linguistics 86(3). 331–365. https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/10.1086/708831

Castro, Ricardo C., Angel Corbera Mori, and Pilar Chamorro. 2020. O estatuto dos verbos posicionais em Tenetehára (Tupi-Guarani). Anais do VIII Encontro de Estudos da Linguagem e VII Encontro Internacional de Estudos da Linguagem, ENELIN 2019, pp. 688–696. http://pos.univas.edu.br/ppgcl/docs/2020/anaisEnelin2019.pdf

Castro, Ricardo Campos and Pilar Chamorro. 2019. From Brazilian literary tradition to cyberpaths: The voice of indigenous peoples. VERBO DE MINAS, Juiz de Fora 20(35). 67–84. https://seer.cesjf.br/index.php/verboDeMinas/article/view/2111

Fernández, Pilar Chamorro and Lindsey Antonini. 2017. Quantification in Malayalam. In Handbook of Quantifiers in Natural Languages. Eds. Edward Keenan and Denis Paperno. Switzerland: Springer, vol. II, 453–515. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-44330-0_9

Chamorro, Pilar. 2015. Revisiting the Semantics of the Portuguese Present Perfect. Selected Proceedings, The Texas Linguistics Society (TLS14), 59–78. http://tls.ling.utexas.edu/2013tls/TLS14-Proceedings.pdf

Amengual, Mark and Pilar Chamorro. 2015. “The effects of language dominance in the perception and production of the Galician mid vowel contrasts”. Phonetica, 72(4). 207–236. https://doi.org/10.1159/000439406

Chamorro, Pilar. 2012. “Future Time Reference and Irrealis Modality in Chamorro: A Study of Preverbal Para”. Cahier Chronos: Selected Proceedings of Chronos 8, 25: 91–113. Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi. https://doi.or/10.1163/9789401208345_007

Chamorro, Pilar. 2007. Ni ni siquiera: ¿el reverso de incluso y hasta? Selected Proceedings of the 10th Hispanic Linguistic Symposium, pp. 206–214. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. http://www.lingref.com/cpp/hls/10/paper1797.pdf