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Fri Dec 11 2009

FYI: John Benjamins: New Book Series, Anthro Ling

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Message 1: John Benjamins: New Book Series, Anthro Ling
Date: 07-Dec-2009
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: John Benjamins: New Book Series, Anthro Ling
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New Book Series on Anthropological Linguistics from John Benjamins Publishing.

Culture and Language Use: Studies in Anthropological Linguistics

John Benjamins Publishing and the Editor, Gunter Senft, are pleased to
announce a new scholarly book series in the field of Anthropological
Linguistics entitled "Culture and Language Use: Studies in Anthropological
Linguistics." The series publishes monographs and edited collections,
culturally oriented grammars and dictionaries in the cross- and
interdisciplinary domain of anthropological linguistics or linguistic
anthropology. The series offers a forum for anthropological research based
on knowledge of the native languages of the people being studied and that
linguistic research and grammatical studies must be based on a deep
understanding of the function of speech forms in the speech community under
study. Volumes in the series will be written in English.

Editor: Gunter Senft, Max-Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen

ISSN: 1879-5838

Forthcoming title: "New Perspectives on Endangered Languages: Bridging gaps
between sociolinguistics, documentation and languages," edited by José
Antonio Flores Farfán and Fernando Ramallo.

For more information please contact the general editor:
Gunter Senft
MPI for Psycholinguistics
PB 310
NL-6500 AH Nijmegen, The Netherlands
gunter.senftmpi.nl

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics

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