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Title Differing conceptualizations of the same landscape: The Athabaskan and Eskimo language boundary in Alaska
Description:Short paper resulting from the 2008 workshop, Landscape in Language, held in Alburquerque, NM. Compares landscape terminology in Yup'ik and several Athabascan languages.
Citation In: Landscape in Language, ed. by D.M. Mark, A.G. Turk, N. Burenhult & D. Stea, 225-37. (Culture and Language Use: Studies in Anthropological Linguistics). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (2011)
Contributors Holton, Gary (author)
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Dena'ina
Tanana (Lower)
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
LingType ethnogeography
Files: G002H2011.PDF

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