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LINGUIST List 16.2586

Thu Sep 08 2005

TOC: Anthropological Linguistics 46/4 (2004)

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        1.    John Erickson, Anthropological Linguistics Vol. 46, No. 4 (2004)


Message 1: Anthropological Linguistics Vol. 46, No. 4 (2004)
Date: 30-Aug-2005
From: John Erickson <anthlingindiana.edu>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics Vol. 46, No. 4 (2004)


Publisher: Anthropological Linguistics
http://www.indiana.edu/~anthling/

Journal Title: Anthropological Linguistics
Volume Number: 46
Issue Number: 4
Issue Date: Winter 2004


Main Text:

**ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Volume 46, Number 4 (Winter 2004)**

CONTENTS

Place Names of Cofitachequi, BLAIR A. RUDES

A "Cock" and "Bull" Story: Nage Sex Terms and Their Implications for
Ethnozoological Classification, GREGORY FORTH

Toba Discourse as Verbal Art, CRISTINA MESSINEO

BOOK REVIEWS

The Languages of the Andes (Willem F. H. Adelaar; Pieter C. Muysken), LYLE CAMPBELL

Language Shift among the Navajos: Identity Politics and Cultural Continuity
(Deborah House), DAVID W. DINWOODIE

A Grammar of Lavukaleve (Angela Terrill), JEFFREY HEATH

The Uralic Language Family: Facts, Myths, and Statistics (Angela Marcantonio),
PETRI KALLIO

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Subscriptions and inquires should be sent to: Anthropological Linguistics,
Indiana University, Student Building 130, 701 E. Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington,
IN 47405-7100 USA; fax: (812) 855-7529; e-mail: indiana.edu>. For
abstracts and more information, visit our website at:
<http://www.indiana.edu/~anthling>.


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
                            Language Description
                            Sociolinguistics
                            Anthropological Linguistics
                            English

Subject Language(s): Emok (emo)
                            Navajo (nav)
                            Toba (tob)
Language Family(ies): Uralic



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