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Message 1: TOC: ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Vol. 39, no. 2

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 11:49:04 -0500 (EST)
From: john a. erickson <jaericksindiana.edu>
Subject: TOC: ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Vol. 39, no. 2


**ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Volume 39, Number 2 (Spring 1997)**

CONTENTS

The Indo-European First and Second Person Pronouns in the Perspective
of Eurasiatic, Especially Chukotkan, JOSEPH H. GREENBERG

An Egyptian Etymology: Egypto-Coptic m3c, CARLETON T. HODGE

Mandan Switch Reference: A Preliminary View, MAURICIO J. MIXCO

REVIEW ESSAY

The World's Writing Systems (Peter T. Daniels and William Bright),
LLOYD ANDERSON

BOOK REVIEWS

La parole inuit: Langue, culture et societe dans l'arctique
nord-americain (Louis-Jacques Dorais), SHANLEY E. M. ALLEN

Telling Our Selves: Ethnicity and Discourse in Southwestern Alaska
(Chase Hensel), STEVEN A. JACOBSON

Cuentos y colorados en popoluca de Texistepec (Soren Wichmann), DORIS
A. BARTHOLOMEW

Language Use in Rural Development: An African Perspective (Clinton
D. W. Robinson), ROBERT K. HERBERT

A Grammar of Kisi: A Southern Atlantic Language (G. Tucker Childs),
W. A. A. WILSON

Minor Mlabri: A Hunter-Gatherer Language of Northern Indochina (Jorgen
Rischel), FRANK PROSCHAN

Die Creol Taal: 250 Years of Negerhollands Texts (Cefas van Rossem and
Hein van der Voort, editors), ANTHONY P. GRANT

Ethnography, Linguistics, Narrative Inequality: Toward an
Understanding of Voice (Dell Hymes), REGNA DARNELL

Sociocultural Approaches to Language and Literacy: An Interactionist
Perspective (Vera John-Steiner, Carolyn P. Panofsky, and Larry
W. Smith, editors), CLOTILDE PONTECORVO

The Romance Languages (Rebecca Posner), SUZANNE FLEISCHMAN

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