Alaska Native Language Archive
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UAF is currently recruiting
a PhD student to work with the Eyak Project,
beginning Fall 2013.
Applications are due January 31, 2013.
For more information see the project website.
[Various Articles by Johanna Nichols]
|Various Articles by Johanna Nichols:|
|-"The origin and prehistory of linguistic diversity: Implications for the first settlement of the New World" (1989)|
|-"The Proto-Indo-Eurpean homeland: A study in method" (1990|
|-"Linguistic Diversity and the First Settlement of the New World" (1990) 3 copies/versions|
|-Language and prehistory in the Americas: A Conference on the Greenberg Classification [Nichols presented "Linguistic Diversity and the First Settlement of the New World" (1990)|
|-"The Settlement of the New World: Linguistic Evidence" (1992)|
|1994 Review by M. Ruhlen of "Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time (1992)|
|Linguistic Diversity and the First Settlement of the New World, Language, Vol.66, No.3 (1990)|
Nichols, Johanna (author)
Link to this page: http://www.uaf.edu/anla/item.xml?id=G989N1989