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ERIC Number: ED045983
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 464
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Studies in Southwestern Ethnolinguistics; Meaning and History in the Languages of the American Southwest.
Hymes, Dell H., Ed.; Bittle, William E., Ed.
The present festschrift honoring Harry Hoijer is prefaced by the editor, Dell Hymes, and introduced by Stanley Newman. Papers are grouped according to the following content areas and authors: (1) "Meaning in Cultural Forms": D.F. Aberle, F. Eggan, R.A. Black, and D.L. Olmsted; (2) "Meaning in Lexical Systems": S. Ervin-Tripp, H. Landar, O. Werner, H.B. Casagrande, and K. Hale; (3) "Meaning in Grammatical Categories": M. Mathiot, W.H. Jacobsen, Jr., and D. Hymes; (4) "History in Classifications": M. Swadesh, M.R. Haas, and R.C. Troike; (5) "History in Histories and Reconstructions": G.L. Trager, W. Bright, J. Hill, W. Winter, and A.K. Romney; (6) "History in Acculturation and Area": E.P. Dozier, C.F. and F.M. Voegelin, and N.W. Schutz, Jr. Appended are a bibliography of the Southwest Project in Comparative Psycholinguistics; indexes of language and peoples, persons, and participants in this volume; and maps of the Indians of the area and aboriginal ethnolinguistic groups. Languages treated include Navaho, Hopi, Tequislatec, Papago, Hokan-Coahuiltecan, Tonkawa, Tanoa, Cupeno, Paipai, and Yuman. (AMM)
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Note: Studies in General Anthropology, III.