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Message 1: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 40, No. 4

Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 17:26:54 -0500 (EST)
From: john a. erickson <jaericksindiana.edu>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 40, No. 4


**ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Volume 40, Number 4 (Winter 1998)**

CONTENTS

Stages in the Obsolescence of Certain Eastern Algonquian Languages, JANIE
REES-MILLER

Words for Our Lord of Huanca: Discursive Strategies in a Quechua Sermon
from Southern Peru, ROSALEEN HOWARD-MALVERDE

Media, Politics, and Artful Speech: Kuna Radio Programs, MARTA LUCIA DE
GERDES

Lebanese Arabic Reverse Role Vocatives, VERNA ROBERTSON RIESCHILD


BOOK REVIEWS

The Lillooet Language: Phonology, Morphology, Syntax (Jan van Eijk), PAUL
D. KROEBER

Bekk'aatugh Ts'uhuney, Stories We Live By: Traditional Koyukon Athabaskan
Stories (Catherine Attla; Eliza Jones and Chad Thompson, translators),
MELISSA AXELROD

Shoshone Ghost Dance Songs: Poetry Songs and Great Basin Context (Judith
Vander), CATHERINE S. FOWLER

Creating Context in Andean Cultures (Rosaleen Howard-Malverde, editor),
FRANK SALOMON

French and Creole in Louisiana (Albert Valdman, editor), JOHN LUMSDEN

Dialect Death: The Case of Brule Spanish (Charles E. Holloway), FELICE
COLES

Narrative Performances: A Study of Modern Greek Storytelling (Alexandra
Georgakopoulou), CHRISTINA KAKAVA

The Korowai of Irian Jaya: Their Language in Its Cultural Context (Gerrit
J. van Enk and Lourens de Vries), RUPERT STASCH

The Verb in Literary and Colloquial Arabic (Martine Cuvalay-Haak), JOHN C.
EISELE

Korean (Suk-Jin Chang), SAMUEL E. MARTIN

Language and Space (Paul Bloom, Mary A. Peterson, Lynn Nadel, and Merrill
F. Garrett, editors), BILL PALMER


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