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TOC: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol.39, no 4

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  1. john a. erickson, Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 39, no. 4

Message 1: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 39, no. 4

Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 21:27:05 -0500 (EST)
From: john a. erickson <>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 39, no. 4

**ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS, Volume 39, Number 4 (Winter 1997)**



Editor's Introduction, DOUGLAS R. PARKS

Bibliography of Mary R. Haas


Mary R. Haas: A Life in Linguistics, SALLY MCLENDON

Mary R. Haas: Teacher, KATHERINE TURNER

The Formative Influences on Mary R. Haas's Career, VICTOR GOLLA

Mary R. Haas and the "First Yale School of Linguistics", REGNA DARNELL

Differing Opportunity in Language: A Glimpse of Relativity, ERIC P. HAMP


Mary R. Haas's Contributions to Wakashan Linguistics, WILLIAM H. JACOBSEN, 

The Contribution of Mary R. Haas to the Study of Southeastern Languages,

Mary R. Haas and Southeastern Ethnography, RAYMOND D. FOGELSON

Mary R. Haas and Ethnology, WILLIAM C. STURTEVANT

Remembering Mary R. Haas's Work on Thai, JAMES A. MATISOFF

Mary R. Haas and Linguistic Anthropology, WILLIAM BRIGHT

Mary Rosamond Haas (1910-1996), KARL VAN DUYN TEETER

Mary Haas: A Real Linguist of the Nth Degree, R. M. W. DIXON


Mary R. Haas and "Berkeley Linguistics", MURRAY B. EMENEAU

Mary R. Haas: Lessons in and out of the Classroom, SYDNEY M. LAMB

The Teaching of Mary R. Haas, WILLIAM SHIPLEY

Mary R. Haas as Anthropological Linguist, ALLAN R. TAYLOR

Mary R. Haas at Berkeley in the Sixties, MAURICIO J. MIXCO

Recollections of Mary R. Haas as Teacher, Supervisor, and Inspiration,


Mary R. Haas and Historical Linguistics, LYLE CAMPBELL

Mary Haas, Algic, and the Scientific Consensus, JOSEPH H. GREENBERG

Mary R. Haas's Legacy for Historical Linguistics, CATHERINE A. CALLAGHAN

Haas's Hokan: Dead End, or Gateway to the Future?, MAURICIO J. MIXCO


A 1978 Interview with Mary R. Haas, STEPHEN O. MURRAY

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