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TOC: Anthropological Linguistics Vol. 42

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  1. john a. erickson, Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 42, No. 3, Fall 2000

Message 1: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 42, No. 3, Fall 2000

Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2001 22:12:09 -0500 (EST)
From: john a. erickson <>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 42, No. 3, Fall 2000

**ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Volume 42, Number 3 (Fall 2000)**


Chukchi Women's Language: A Historical-Comparative Perspective, MICHAEL DUNN

Is There an "Ethiopian Language Area"?, MAURO TOSCO

Some Phonetic Structures of Chickasaw, MATTHEW GORDON, PAMELA MUNRO, AND


A Dictionary of the Maya Language as Spoken in Hocaba, Yucatan (Victoria
Bricker, Eleuterio Po'ot Yah, and Ofelia Dzul de Po'ot), MARTHA J. MACRI

Talking on the Page: Editing Aboriginal Oral Texts. Papers Given at the
Thirty-Second Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto,
14-16 November 1996 (Laura J. Murray and Keren Rice, editors), ANTHONY

Ethiopic Documents: Argobba Grammar and Dictionary (Wolf Leslau), GROVER

Tense and Aspect in Obolo Grammar and Discourse (Uche E. Aaron), RONALD P.

Power, Marginality and African Oral Literature (Graham Furniss and Liz
Gunner, editors), DAN BEN-AMOS

Kashmiri: A Cognitive-Descriptive Grammar (Kashi Wali and Omkar N. Koul),

Arabic Verbs in Time: Tense and Aspect in Cairene Arabic (John C. Eisele),

Vernacular Language: A Re-Evaluation (Andree Tabouret-Keller, Robert B.
LePage, Penelope Gardner-Chloros, and Gabrielle Varro, editors), ERICA MCCLURE

Codeswitching Worldwide (Rodolfo Jacobson, editor) PENELOPE GARDNER-CHLOROS

Historical Linguistics: An Introduction (Lyle Campbell), KAREN M. BOOKER

Nostratic: Sifting the Evidence (Joseph C. Salmons and Brian D. Joseph,
editors), STEFAN GEORG

Constructive Case: Evidence from Australian Languages (Rachel Nordlinger),

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