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LINGUIST List 19.2864

Fri Sep 19 2008

FYI: Online Release of the Coyote Papers

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Message 1: Online Release of the Coyote Papers
Date: 17-Sep-2008
From: Mercedes Tubino <mtubinoemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: Online Release of the Coyote Papers
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We are pleased to announce that the 16th volume of The Coyote Papers: The
University of Arizona Working Papers in Linguistics (Mans Hulden & Shannon
Bischoff, eds.) has just become available at the following website:

http://coyotepapers.sbs.arizona.edu/CPXVI.htm

Contents:
1. Mans Hulden & Shannon Bischoff. Editors introduction.
2. Amy Fountain. Introduction to Navajo language studies.
3. Stacey Oberly. An optimality-theoretic analysis of Navajo sibilant harmony.
4. Emily Kidder. Tone, intonation, stress, and duration in Navajo.
5. Ferdinand de Haan. Evidentiality in Athabaskan.
6. Sumayya Racy. An unification of Indo-European aktionsart and Navajo verb
theme categories.
7. Mans Hulden & Shannon Bischoff. An experiment in computational parsing
of the Navajo verb.

Note that this volume is only available in electronic format.

Please, address your inquiries and concerns to the current publishers,
Jerid Francom jeridfemail.arizona.edu or Mercedes Tubino
mtubinoemail.arizona.edu

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Language Documentation

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