The conclusion contains three parts. The first focuses on drawing together the results and claims across chapters. The questions raised in Chapter 1 about the morphosyntax of gender are revisited (e.g. where is gender located in the syntax?), and it is clarified how they have been answered (e.g. on the nominalizing head n). The second part identifies areas of future research, including phonologically motivated gender assignment, gender systems that contain more than three genders, and languges that lack gender. The final section provides some brief closing thoughts on the results of the book.
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