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Papers of the Forty-fifth Algonquian Conference = Actes du Quarante-Cinquiáeme Congráes des Algonquinistes / edited by Monica Macaulay, Margaret Noodin, and J. Randolph Valentine.

Contributor(s): Valentine, Randy, 1951- [editor.] | Noodin, Margaret [editor.] | Macaulay, Monica Ann [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Papers of the Algonquian Conference: 45.Publisher: East Lansing, Michigan : Michigan State University Press, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (x, 236 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781609175108; 1609175107.Subject(s): Algonquian languages -- Congresses | Algonquian Indians -- CongressesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 971.004/973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
East Cree nominalizations : negotiating category / Solveiga Armoskaite and Marie-Odile Junker -- A look at the Mathevet Nipissing manuscript / George F. Aubin -- Syntagmatic phenomena in the Northern East Cree verbal template / Vincent Collette -- Seeking consensus on the fundamentals of Algonquian word order / Amy Dahlstrom -- Multiple instances of agreement in Mi'gmaq verbs / Michael David Hamilton -- On Menominee verb stems and the noncomplexity of verb finals / Meredith Johnson and Bryan Rosen -- Expressions of location and direction in Menominee / Sarah Lundquist and Monica Macaulay -- Rethinking historical trauma / Gerald P. McKinley -- Cheyenne connectives / Sarah E. Murray -- Problems and prospects in the Penobscot dictionary / Conor McDonough Quinn -- Toward a semantic dictionary of Algonquian / Richard A. Rhodes -- A look at manner-of-motion verbs in Ojibwe / Bryan Rosen -- The semantics of Blackfoot arguments / Natalie Weber and Lisa Matthewson.
Summary: Papers of the Algonquian Conference is a collection of peer-reviewed presentations from an annual international forum that focuses on topics related to the languages and cultures of Algonquian peoples. This volume touches on a variety of subject areas, including anthropology, archaeology, education, ethnography, history, Indigenous studies, language studies, literature, music, political science, psychology, religion, and sociology. Contributors often cite never-before-published data in their research, giving the reader a fresh and unique insight into the Algonquian peoples and rendering these papers essential reading for those interested in studying Algonquian society.
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East Cree nominalizations : negotiating category / Solveiga Armoskaite and Marie-Odile Junker -- A look at the Mathevet Nipissing manuscript / George F. Aubin -- Syntagmatic phenomena in the Northern East Cree verbal template / Vincent Collette -- Seeking consensus on the fundamentals of Algonquian word order / Amy Dahlstrom -- Multiple instances of agreement in Mi'gmaq verbs / Michael David Hamilton -- On Menominee verb stems and the noncomplexity of verb finals / Meredith Johnson and Bryan Rosen -- Expressions of location and direction in Menominee / Sarah Lundquist and Monica Macaulay -- Rethinking historical trauma / Gerald P. McKinley -- Cheyenne connectives / Sarah E. Murray -- Problems and prospects in the Penobscot dictionary / Conor McDonough Quinn -- Toward a semantic dictionary of Algonquian / Richard A. Rhodes -- A look at manner-of-motion verbs in Ojibwe / Bryan Rosen -- The semantics of Blackfoot arguments / Natalie Weber and Lisa Matthewson.

Papers of the Algonquian Conference is a collection of peer-reviewed presentations from an annual international forum that focuses on topics related to the languages and cultures of Algonquian peoples. This volume touches on a variety of subject areas, including anthropology, archaeology, education, ethnography, history, Indigenous studies, language studies, literature, music, political science, psychology, religion, and sociology. Contributors often cite never-before-published data in their research, giving the reader a fresh and unique insight into the Algonquian peoples and rendering these papers essential reading for those interested in studying Algonquian society.

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Monica Macaulay received her PhD in Linguistics from the University of California-Berkeley. She is a Professor of Linguistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and President of the Endangered Language Fund, a nonprofit organization that funds language revitalization and preservation projects around the world. She also works closely with the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin on language preservation and revitalization.<br> Margaret Noodin received an MFA in Creative Writing and a PhD in English and Linguistics from the University of Minnesota. She is an Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where she also serves as the Director of the Electa Quinney Institute and teaches Anishinaabemowin. She is also cocreator of www.ojibwe.net and has published a bilingual edition of poetry in Anishinaabemowin and English.<br> J. Randolph Valentine received his PhD in Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a Professor of Linguistics and American Indian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and is extensively involved in Ojibwe and Cree education and research in Canada and the United States.<br> <br>

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