LINGUIST List 4.985

Tue 23 Nov 1993

Qs: Malinke, Latin American, Korean, Albanian

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  1. , Malinke
  2. Fran Karttunen, Latin American language contact
  3. MARC PICARD, Korean tense stops
  4. "Robert D. Rachlin", College Albanian

Message 1: Malinke

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 93 07:33:54 -0Malinke
From: <Everbroeck%users%LWcc3.kuleuven.ac.be>
Subject: Malinke

As I intend to spend some time in the mid-eastern part of guinee-conakry
(dabola), i would like to come across some linguistic literature,
particularly on malinke or on any of the other languages there being spoken.
could any of the linguist readers help me in finding references, as well as
the location of those books (preferably in belgium).

thanks in advance,

yael anne van everbroeck
regastraat 4
b-3000 leuven
belgium
e-mail: yael=van=everbroeck%users%lwcc3.kuleuven.ac.be
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Message 2: Latin American language contact

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1993 07:09:09 Latin American language contact
From: Fran Karttunen <LIAR457orange.cc.utexas.edu>
Subject: Latin American language contact


I would appreciate bibliographical references for the effects of
Spanish and Portuguese language contact on indigenous languages
in Latin America.

Frances Karttunen
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Message 3: Korean tense stops

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1993 08:51:44 Korean tense stops
From: MARC PICARD <PICARDVax2.Concordia.CA>
Subject: Korean tense stops

 As many of you probably know, Korean has three series of voiceless stops:
lax unaspirated (T), (tense) aspirated (Th) and tense unaspirated (T*). I have
a couple of questions concerning the nature and history of the latter:
(1) does anybody know anything about the evolution of these stops, i.e. what
they could have developed from;
(2) do they have anything in common articulatorily with ejectives, and is
there any evidence (dialectal or other) that they could be evolving to D
in some environments or across the board?

Marc Picard
picardvax2.concordia.ca
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Message 4: College Albanian

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1993 09:20:44 College Albanian
From: "Robert D. Rachlin" <rachlinpanix.com>
Subject: College Albanian


Is anyone aware of any college or university of the U.S. or Canada which
offers instruction in Albanian?

Rgds.

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