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Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2012 11:47:22
From: Joyce Gettman [jgettman2 at unl.edu]
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics Vol. 53, No. 2 (2011)

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Publisher:	University of Nebraska Press
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Journal Title:  Anthropological Linguistics 
Volume Number:  53 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2011 


Main Text:  

Anthropological Linguistics 53:2, Dated Summer 2011, Published March 2012

Enclitic Particles in Western Abenaki: The Syntax of Second Position
Philip S. LeSourd

Ethnobiological Classification in Two Indigenous Languages of the Gran Chaco
Region: Toba (Guaycuruan)and Maká (Mataco-Mataguayan)
Cristina Messineo and Paola Cúneo

Book Reviews
Sḵ wx̱ wú7mesh Sníchim-Xwelíten Sníchim Sḵ exwrts/Squamish-English Dictionary
(Squamish Nation Dictionary Project)
Honoré Watanabe

Lessons from a Quechua Strongwoman on Ideophony, Dialogue, and Perspective
(Janis B. Nuckolls) 
Michael A. Uzendoski

The Manambu Language of East Sepik, Papua New Guinea (Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y.,
with the assistance of Jacklyn Yuamali Ala and Pauline Agnes Yuaneng Luma Laki) 
John Newman

Godoberinsko-russkij slovar' [Godoberi-Russian Dictionary] (Patimat Abdulaevna
Saidova)
Johanna Nichols 



Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
                     Lexicography
                     Sociolinguistics
                     Typology

Subject Language(s): Abnaki, Western (abe)
                     Ghodoberi (gdo)
                     Maca (mca)
                     Manambu (mle)
                     Squamish (squ)
                     Toba (tob)






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