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Language contact and change in the Americas : Studies in honor of Marianne Mithun /

de Berez-Kroeker, Andrea L.. (edt.) ; Hintz, Diane M.. (edt.) ; Jany, Carmen (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (viii-416 p.) : cartes. ; 25 cm.Collection: Studies in language companion series, ISSN 0165-7763Édition: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, cop. 2016.ISBN: 9789027259387 (rel).Uniform titles: Mélanges.Table des matières / Sommaire: P.vii : Foreword
P.1 : Language contact and change in the Americas: The state of the art / Sarah G. ThomasonPart I North America : California
P.17 : Yuki, Pomoan, Wintun, and Athabaskan: Language Contact in Round Valley, California / Uldis Balodis
P.33 : The role of passives in the formation of hierarchical systems in Northern California / Carmen Jany
P.67 : Assessing the effects of language contact on Northeastern Pomo / Neil Alexander Walker
P.91 : Synchronic and diachronic accounts of phonological features in Central Chumash languages / Timothy P. HenryPart II North America : Athabaskan, Iroquoian, and Uto-Aztecan
P.105 : Contact and semantic shift in extreme language endangerment: Ahtna riverine directionals in a cardinal world / Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker
P.139 : “Excorporation” in a Dene (Athabaskan) language / Keren Rice
P.167 : Contact and change in Oneida / Clifford Abbott
P.189 : Huron/Wendat interactions with the Seneca language / Megan Lukaniec and Wallace Chafe
P.219 : The usual suspects: Multiple grammaticalization of ‘do’, ‘be’, ‘have’, and ‘go’ in Ute / T. GivónPart III Northern Mexico, Mesoamerica, and South America
P.247 : Language documentation and historical linguistics / Lyle Campbell
P.273 : The Jakaltek Popti’ noun classifier system: Changes due to Spanish contact / Colette Grinevald
P.297 : Language contact and word structure: A case study from north-west Amazonia / Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
P.315 : Auxiliation and typological shift: The interaction of language contact and internallymotivated change in Quechua / Daniel J. Hintz
P.339 : Discourse pattern replication in South Conchucos Quechua and Andean Spanish / Diane M. HintzPart IV The Americas and beyond
P.363 : Measuring language typicality, with special reference to the Americas / Bernard Comrie
P.385 : Words for ‘dog’ as a diagnostic of language contact in the Americas / Matthias Pache, Søren Wichmann and Mikhail Zhivlov
P.411 : Index
Sujet Nom de personne RAMEAU: Mithun, Marianne Mélanges et hommages Sujet RAMEAU: Langage Amérique Histoire | Changement linguistique Amérique Histoire | Languages in contact America History | Language and languages Variation History | Linguistic change America History | Historical linguistics AmericansThématique: Linguistique, langues | Histoire de la linguistique | Sociolinguistique et ethnolinguistiqueThématique spécifique: Origine des langues | Contact de langues Géographique: Amérique Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-Bas, Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index p.[411]-416.

P.vii Foreword P.1 Language contact and change in the Americas: The state of the art / Sarah G. Thomason Part I North America : California P.17 Yuki, Pomoan, Wintun, and Athabaskan: Language Contact in Round Valley, California / Uldis Balodis P.33 The role of passives in the formation of hierarchical systems in Northern California / Carmen Jany P.67 Assessing the effects of language contact on Northeastern Pomo / Neil Alexander Walker P.91 Synchronic and diachronic accounts of phonological features in Central Chumash languages / Timothy P. Henry Part II North America : Athabaskan, Iroquoian, and Uto-Aztecan P.105 Contact and semantic shift in extreme language endangerment: Ahtna riverine directionals in a cardinal world / Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker P.139 “Excorporation” in a Dene (Athabaskan) language / Keren Rice P.167 Contact and change in Oneida / Clifford Abbott P.189 Huron/Wendat interactions with the Seneca language / Megan Lukaniec and Wallace Chafe P.219 The usual suspects: Multiple grammaticalization of ‘do’, ‘be’, ‘have’, and ‘go’ in Ute / T. Givón Part III Northern Mexico, Mesoamerica, and South America P.247 Language documentation and historical linguistics / Lyle Campbell P.273 The Jakaltek Popti’ noun classifier system: Changes due to Spanish contact / Colette Grinevald P.297 Language contact and word structure: A case study from north-west Amazonia / Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald P.315 Auxiliation and typological shift: The interaction of language contact and internallymotivated change in Quechua / Daniel J. Hintz P.339 Discourse pattern replication in South Conchucos Quechua and Andean Spanish / Diane M. Hintz Part IV The Americas and beyond P.363 Measuring language typicality, with special reference to the Americas / Bernard Comrie P.385 Words for ‘dog’ as a diagnostic of language contact in the Americas / Matthias Pache, Søren Wichmann and Mikhail Zhivlov P.411 Index

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