Coyote Papers: Volume 13 (2004)8
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics is apublication of the Linguistics Circle, the Graduate Student Organization of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona.
Volume 13: Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics, Special Volume Dedicated to the Indigenous Languages of the Americas. (2004). Edited by Tania Granadillo, Meghan O'Donnell, & Stacey I. Oberly.
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- Front Matter, Table of Contents, and Introduction (Coyote Papers Volume 13, 2004)
- A preliminary analysis of Southern Ute with a special focus on noun phrases
- Obstacles facing tribal language programs in Warm Springs, Klamath, and Grand Ronde
- Inflectional affixes & clitics in Kaska (Northern Athabaskan)
- Nominal possessives in the Ehe dialect of Kurripako: morphology, phonology and semantics