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Message 1: TOC: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 42, No. 2, Summer 2000

Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 11:44:49 -0500 (EST)
From: john a. erickson <jaericksindiana.edu>
Subject: TOC: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 42, No. 2, Summer 2000


**ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Volume 42, Number 2 (Summer 2000)**


CONTENTS

Grammatical Convergence and the Genesis of Diversity in the Northwest
Coast Sprachbund, DAVID BECK

Number Marking and Noun Categorization in Nilo-Saharan Languages, 
GERRIT J. DIMMENDAAL


IN MEMORIAM

Carleton T. Hodge (1917-1998): A Tribute, HAROLD C. FLEMING

Bibliography of Carleton T. Hodge


BOOK REVIEWS

"You're So Fat!": Exploring Ojibwe Discourse (Roger Spielmann), 
J. RANDOLPH VALENTINE

Bicultural Education in the North: Ways of Preserving and Enhancing
Indigenous Peoples' Languages and Traditional Knowledge (Erich Kasten,
editor), BARBARA BURNABY

Principles of Japanese Discourse: A Handbook (Senko K. Maynard), 
JAMES STANLAW

Referring to Space: Studies in Austronesian and Papuan Languages (Gunter
Senft, editor), JAMES F. WEINER

Dictionnaire songhay-anglais-francais (Jeffrey Heath), ROBERT NICOLAI

>From Immigrant to Ethnic Culture: American Yiddish in South Philadelphia
(Rakhmiel Peltz), DAN BEN-AMOS

Language Ideologies: Practice and Theory (Bambi Schieffelin, Kathryn A.
Woolard, and Paul Kroskrity, editors), ALAINA LEMON

Talking Heads: Language, Metalanguage and the Semiotics of Subjectivity
(Benjamin Lee), ASIF AGHA

Modern Georgian Morphosyntax: A Grammatico-Categorial Hierarchy-Based 
Analysis with Special Reference to Indirect Verbs and Passives of State
(Marcello Cherchi), KEVIN TUITE

The Turkish Language Reform: A Catastrophic Success (Geoffrey Lewis),
WOLFGANG-E. SCHARLIPP


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