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Title [Papers on Alaskan Russian - also graduate student fieldwork notes, not intended for publication, 1985-1986]
Description:Nine unpublished papers on Alaska Russian:
-"Alaskan Russian: Progress Report" (1986)
-"Alaskan Russian: Perspectives from Work in Progress (1985)
-"Alaskan Russian as an Instance of Language Death." Based on readings from Young People's Dyirbal by Annette Schmidt (1985)
-"Evonaj Mat' Ves’ No; Television Karaulil- His Mother Watched TV All Night Long: On the Loss of Gender as a Grammatical Category in Russian Alaska" (1986)
-"Evonaj Mat' Ves’ No; Television Karaulil" Handout (1986)
-"Ninilchik Speakers of Russian (1985)
-"Russian Language Death in an Alaskan Village (1985)
-"Russian Field-Work on Kodiak Island (1985)
-"Why are there no Russian-Based Creoles?" (1986)
Contributors Daly, Conor (author)
Type Text
Coverage Ninilchik, Kodiak
Subject Language(s) Russian
LingType dialectology
Files: Alaskan Russian - Perspectives for further study - C Daly Fall 1986.pdf
Alaskan Russian - Perspectives from work in progress - C Daly December 1985.pdf
Alaskan Russian as an instance of language death C Daly 1985.pdf
Loss of Gender as Grammatical Category in Alaskan Russian C Daly 1986.pdf
Ninilchik Speakers of Russian C Daly 1985.pdf
NR Gender Paper Handout C Daly 1986.pdf
Russian language death in an Alaskan village C Daly 1985.pdf
Russian language field work on Kodiak Island C Daly 1985.pdf
Why there are no Russian-based creoles C Daly LSA 1986.pdf

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