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|Identifier:||General Book Collection
Reslience in Arctic Societies -- Papers from the Third IPSSAS Seminar.
|Includes articles on languages:|
|The Persistence of Place Names and Language Revitalization, Christine Schreyer;|
|Marking of Time in Kallaalisut, the Greenlandic Language, F. (Naja) B. Trondhjem;|
|Language and Identities in Transition: A Study of Central Siberian Yupik Eskimos in Chukotka and on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, Daria Morgounova;|
|The Future of Eskimo-Aleut Languages: Language Status Planning Bottom-up in Alaska, Maria Hilden;|
|In What Sense Can Nunavimmiutitut Justifiably be Described as Ergative?, Marc-Antoine Mahieu;|
|Resilience and Language, Michelle Daveluy;|
|There are other articles that touch on language in a general fashion.|
|Papers from the International Ph.D. School for Studies of Arctic Societies [IPSSAS] Conference held in Fairbanks, Alaska, May 23 to June 3, 2005.|
|Edited by Lawrence Kaplan and Michelle Daveluy.|
Link to this page: http://www.uaf.edu/anla/item.xml?id=General Book Collection