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LINGUIST List 16.1770

Mon Jun 06 2005

Media: New Yorker: Last Words: A Language Dies

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        1.    Paula Radetzky, New Yorker: Last Words: A Language Dies


Message 1: New Yorker: Last Words: A Language Dies
Date: 03-Jun-2005
From: Paula Radetzky <radetzkyuoregon.edu>
Subject: New Yorker: Last Words: A Language Dies


The current issue of the New Yorker (6 June 2005) has an article by
Elizabeth Kolbert, 'Last Words: A Language Dies,' which prominently
features Eyak (Athabaskan), Chief Marie Smith Jones (the last speaker of
Eyak), and the work of linguist and endangered language activist Michael
Krauss (U Alaska Fairbanks).

The on-line version of the New Yorker does *not* include the article.

Paula Radetzky

Linguistic Field(s): Language Description



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