North American Indigenous Languages Collection 1973-2001

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North American Indigenous Languages Collection 1973-2001

MSS-321


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Arizona State University. Dept. of English
Title: North American Indigenous Languages Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1973-2001
Quantity: 1 Box (1.5 Linear Feet)
Abstract:The North American Indigenous Languages Collection contains graduate theses and working papers regarding linguistic analysis of a variety of North American Indigenous languages originating in Mexico and the United States including Western Apache, Papago, Uto-Aztecan, Ixil, Copala Trique, and Zuni.
Identification: MSS-321
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Labriola Center
Arizona State University Library
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Historical Note

No historical information is available.


Scope and Content Note

The North American Indigenous Languages Collection contains graduate theses and working papers regarding linguistic analysis of a variety of North American Indigenous languages originating in Mexico and the United States including Western Apache, Papago, Uto-Aztecan, Ixil, Copala Trique, and Zuni. The collection also includes graduate theses and a personal letter on comparative analysis of reflexives and morphology in North American Indigenous languages. Dates range from 1973 to 2001.

Authors include Leonard Faltz (Arizona State University), Barbara Hollenbach (University of Arizona Summer Institute of Linguistics), Willem De Reuse (University of Arizona), Madeleine Methiot (State University of New York at Buffalo), Ronald Langacker (University of California, San Diego), Ava Berinstein, Glenn Ayres, Anderson (first name unknown), Tayana Slobodchikoff (Arizona State University), and Jerold A. Edmonson (Technical University Berlin). Variations of these working papers and theses have subsequently been published, including those by De Reuse, Hollenbach, Methiot, Langacker, Ayres, and Berinstein.


Arrangement

This collection consists of one box.

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The Labriola Center is temporarily located in the Fletcher Library on the ASU West campus. To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments are available from Monday through Friday from 9-5, on a first come, first served basis, on the ASU Tempe or West campuses.

Copyright

The Arizona Board of Regents retains copyright to this collection for and on behalf of Distinctive Collections, Arizona State University Library. Requests for permissions to publish, display, or redistribute information from this collection must be submitted in writing to the Head of Distinctive Collections.


Related Material

LAB EPH AL-7: The Summer Institute of Linguistics for Native Americans


Access Terms

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University. Dept. of English.

Subject(s)
Apache languages -- Study and teaching.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Ergative constructions.
Ixil language -- Study and teaching.
Linguistics -- Study and teaching.
Tohono O'odham dialect -- Study and teaching.
Uto-Aztecan languages -- Study and teaching.
Zuni language -- Study and teaching.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

North American Indigenous Languages Collection, MSS-321. Arizona State University Library: Labriola Center.

Provenance

The North American Indigenous Languages Collection was received from the ASU Department of English (ACC#2011-04500).


Container List

BoxFolder
11 Syntax of Possession in Zuni, 2001 May
12 The Possessive Construction: a Survey, 1977 February 14
13 An Introduction to Western Apache Linguistics, 1994 June
14 Reflexive and Reciprocal Elements in Ixil, 1990
15 Reflexives and Reciprocals in Copala Trique, 1981-1983
16 Passive, Impersonal, Reflexive, and Unspecified Argument Constructions in Uto-Aztecan, 1974 April
17 Ergative Languages, Reflexives, and Questions of Formal Grammar, undated
18 A Notional Grammar of Papago, undated
19 Letter Regarding Verbal Reflexives, Leonard Faltz to Simon Dik, 1981 September 4
110 Some Samples of Ergative Morphology, 1974 July 29