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Query:   Results from Prior Navajo Sibilant Harmony Query
Author:  Kelly Berkson
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Phonetics
Phonology

Summary:   MORE THAN A YEAR AGO I POSTED A QUERY LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS FOR AN
ONLINE NAVAJO LANGUAGE SURVEY ABOUT SIBILANT HARMONY. THANK YOU TO
ALL WHO RESPONDED! THE THESIS THAT EVENTUALLY AROSE OUT OF THAT
RESEARCH--ENTITLED ''THE NATURE OF OPTIONAL SIBILANT HARMONY IN NAVAJO-
-IS NOW AVAILABLE HERE:

HTTP://KUSCHOLARWORKS.KU.EDU/DSPACE/HANDLE/1808/7589

THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN TO EVERYONE WHO WAS SO GENEROUS WITH THEIR
TIME AND ENERGY. I AM GRATEFUL!

CHEERS,

KELLY BERKSON
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS

LL Issue: 22.2719
Date Posted: 30-Jun-2011
Original Query: Read original query