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  1. Christoph Eyrich, Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL) 132 (1998)

Message 1: Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL) 132 (1998)

Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 13:29:21 +0100 (MET)
From: Christoph Eyrich <eyrichzedat.fu-berlin.de>
Subject: Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL) 132 (1998)



 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
	 Issue 132 (1998)

 Indigenous Language Use and Change in the Americas
 Edited by Teresa L. McCarty and Ofelia Zepeda

		Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York


Teresa L. McCarty and 
Ofelia Zepeda, ............... Introduction

PART 1. INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES IN THE USA

Lucille J. Watahomigie, ...... The native language is a gift: a
 Hualapai language autobiography

Michael Krauss, .............. The condition of Native North American
 languages: the need for realistic 
 assessment and action

Galena Sells Dick, ........... I maintained a strong belief in my
 language and culture: a Navajo language 
 autobiography

Teresa L. McCarty, ........... Schooling, resistance, and American
 Indian languages

Daniel Lopez (recorded and edited 
by Ofelia Zepeda), ........... The parents have to do their part: a 
 Tohono O'odham language autobiography

Ofelia Zepeda, ............... Voices in the desert: contemporary approaches
 to language maintenance and survival of an 
 ancient language, Tohono O'odham

Mary Linn, Marcellino Berardo and 
Akira Y. Yamamoto, ........... Our language and us: why we switched to 
 English---a conversation between two 
 Euchee speakers

Mary Linn, Marcellino Berardo and 
Akira Y. Yamamoto, ........... Creating language teams in Oklahoma Native 
 American communities

Agnes Vera, .................. Why have I not forgotten my language? 
 A Yowlumne language autobiography

Leanne Hinton, ............... Language loss and revitalization in
 California: overview

Christine P. Sims, ........... Community-based efforts to preserve
 native languages: a descriptive study of 
 the Karuk Tribe of northern California

Iokepa Maka`ai, James Kaleiokalani Shintani, Jr., 
Jason Cabral and Kelithoalani Kamana Wilson (translated by 
William H. Wilson), .......... Four Hawaiian language autobiographies

William H. Wilson, ........... I ka `olelo Hawai`i ke ola, `Life is
 found in the Hawaiian language'

PART 2. INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES IN MEXICO AND LATIN AMERICA

Salome Gutierrez Morales, .... Lengua y pensamento: autobiografia de la 
 lengua popoluca

Salomon Nahmad Sitton, ....... Derechos linguisticos de los pueblos 
 indigenas de Mexico

Francisco Marquez de Santa Barbara (translated by 
Jane H. Hill), ............... All that is lost: a Mexican language 
 autobiography

Jane H. Hill, ................ Don Francisco Marquez survives: a 
 meditation on monolingualism

Leonzo Knight Julian, ........ If our language is lost, we are going to be
 nothing: an Ulwa language autobiography

Thomas Green and Kenneth Hale, Ulwa, the language of Karawala, eastern
 Nicaragua: its position and prospects in 
 modern Nicaragua

BOOK REVIEWS

Jerry Lipka, ................. Stabilizing Indigenous Languages, edited 
 by Gina Cantoni

Nancy H. Hornberger, ......... Flutes of Fire: Essays on California Indian
 Languages, by Leanne Hinton
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