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.

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.

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.

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.

Chamorro, Pilar. 2015. Revisiting the Semantics of the Portuguese Present Perfect. Selected Proceedings, The Texas Linguistics Society (TLS14), 59–78.

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.

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.