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Proto-Popotecan

Sarah C. Gudschinsky

Proto-Popotecan

a comparative study of Popolocan and Mixtecan.

by Sarah C. Gudschinsky

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Published by Indiana University] in [Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sierra Popoluca language.,
  • Mixtec language.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesIndiana. University. Publications in anthropology and linguistics. Memoir -- 15., Indiana University publications in anthropology and linguistics -- Memoir 15.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination118 p.
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16618019M

    aphSeriesonLanguagesandLinguisticsNo


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Gudschinsky. Handbook of Middle American Indians Volume 5 Book Summary: This volume, the fifth in the Handbook of Middle American Indians, presents a summary of work accomplished since the Spanish conquest in the contemporary description and historical reconstruction of the indigenous languages and language families of Mexico and Central America.

The essays include the following: “Inventory of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gudschinsky, Sarah C. (Sarah Caroline). Proto-Popotecan. [Baltimore, Waverly Press] (OCoLC) Buy Proto-Popotecan;: A comparative study of Popolocan and Mixtecan (Indiana University publications in anthropology and linguistics) by Sarah C Gudschinsky (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sarah C Gudschinsky. Formal publication of the author's doctoral dissertation. A synchronic and diachronic analysis of the phonology of several Mixtec, Cuicatec and Trique Proto-Popotecan book, with a view towards establishing the relationship between these languages and reconstructing the phonology of Proto-Mixtec.

Formal publication of the author's doctoral dissertation. A synchronic and diachronic analysis of the phonology and grammar of several Mazatec variants with other contemporary indigenous languages, with a view towards establishing the relationship between these languages and reconstructing the phonology and grammar of Proto-Popolocan, which is in turn compared and related to Proto-Mixtecan.

The name Proto-Popotecan does not seem adequate to the parent language of Popolocan and Mixtecan, because the term itself is inaccurate. The first part “Popo,” indicates more or less clearly a relationship with Popolocan, but the ending “tecan” is used as a common ending in a number of gentilitious Nahua names such as Aztecan,Cited by: 4.

The name Proto-Popotecan does not seem adequate to the parent language of Popolocan and Mixtecan, because the term itself is inaccurate. The first part “Popo,” indicates more or less clearly a relationship with Popolocan, but the ending “tecan” is used as a common ending in a number of gentilitious Nahua names such as Aztecan,Cited by: 3.

The book is intended as a contribution to linguistic and anthropological theory and a rich description of social life in an Indigenous community of Mexico that can inform professional scholars of Author: Mark Sicoli.

See more of MultiTree on Facebook. Log In. negative feature about this book is Proto-Popotecan book $ price tag. BARBARA E. HOLLENBACH, Summer Institute of Linguistics REFERENCES FERNANDEZ DE MIRANDA, MARIA TERESA.

Diccionario ixcateco. Mexico City: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. GUDSCHINSKY, SARAH C. Proto-Popotecan. Baltimore: Waverly Press. JAMIESON, ALLAN R. Sarah C.

Gudschinsky, ‘Proto-Popotecan’ Indiana University publications in anthropology and linguistics memoir 15 of IJAL 25 (April, ). Paul Kirk, with access to an enlarged corpus of Ma7atec dialect material, has recently completed a more definitive and detailed reconstruction of Proto-Mazatec (Proto-Mazatec Phonology, unpublished Cited by: Several studies recently published in Ethnobiology Letters treat respectively the paleobiolinguistics of chili pepper, manioc, maize, and the common bean in New World language families.

Subject preference in relative clauses (RCs) has been reported in typologically diverse languages, but overall one notes that the number of languages analyzed experimentally remains extremely low. This paper presents experimental and natural evidence from Ixcatec, a critically-endangered Otomanguean language.

Ixcatec is relevant to the discussion on universal subject preference for having Cited by: 2. Description: American Anthropologist is the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association.

The journal advances the Association's mission through publishing articles that add to, integrate, synthesize, and interpret anthropological knowledge; commentaries and essays on issues of importance to the discipline; and reviews of books, films, sound recordings, and exhibits. Abstract. During the past decade and a half vigorous activity in comparative linguistics has given us a picture of the phonology of a number of ancestor languages from which Middle American language families have sprung.

1 Much of this effort has been concerned with the several branches of the Otomanguean grouping and has made possible the reconstruction of an even more remote stage. Apart from Gudschinsky's efforts to reconstruct Proto-Popotecan noun and verb paradigms on the basis of consonant alternations (),3 there has been no serious attempt at diachronic analysis of Popolocan syn- tax or morphosyntax, as far as I could establish (cf.

Veerman-Leichsenring ). Ten years full of linguistic development have passed since the first part (, Chapters ) of the Preliminary Edition appeared, setting up the basic form of tagmemic theory, and nine since the phonological data were published (, Chapters ).

In the United States, transformational attention to generative grammar, and in Britain a development of prosodic views into wider categorical Cited by: Full text of "Position of the Polynesian languages within the Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) language family" See other formats.

Book Published Baltimore, Waverly Press, Description v, 33 p. illus. 26 cm. Other contributors Roberts, John M. (John Milton),joint author. Series Indiana University publications in anthropology and linguistics ; Memoir 13 Notes. Full text of "The American Indian in graduate studies: a bibliography of theses and dissertations" See other formats.

Subject preference in relative clauses (RCs) has been reported in typologically diverse languages, but overall one notes that the number of languages analyzed experimentally remains extremely low. This paper presents experimental and natural evidence from Ixcatec, a critically-endangered Otomanguean language.

Ixcatec is relevant to the discussion on universal subject. Follow these links for explanations of the aim & purpose of this catalog, its condition of use, the dates, the general abbreviations, the language abbreviations, the nationality abbreviations & the electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing & on selling or valuing old books.

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