Re: Khoisan (was: Basque & Katzner's Languages of the World)
|From:||Daniel Andreasson <rymddaniel@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, November 20, 2001, 14:03|
Matt Pearson wrote:
>I don't know. The colleague in question is named Bonnie Sands, and to be
>honest I have no idea what ever became of her. She graduated about 3-4
>years before I did, and I haven't heard from her since. I think her
>dissertation is probably available for purchase through the UCLA
>Linguistics Department, but whether she ever turned it into a 'real'
>publication I don't know.
A search on Google turns up the following:
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Linguistics
Department of English
Northern Arizona University
Ph.D. Linguistics, UCLA
Eastern and Southern African Khoisan: Evaluating Claims of Distant
Linguistic Relationships. Koln: Radiger Koppe Verlag, 1998.
"An acoustic study of Xhosa clicks." Actes du XIIème Congres
International des Sciences Phonetiques. Aix-en-Provence, 1991.
"Comparison and classification of Khoisan languages." Language
History and Linguistic Description. Trenton: Africa World Press,
"Interpreting Hadza Data." Festschrift for A. Traill. Koln: Radiger
KoppeVerlag, in press.
Apparently she's on the Advisory Council of Experts
(for Khoisan) at yourdictionary.com, as well.
(I'm interested in the matter since a friend of mine
here at Stockholm Uni is probably going to do fieldwork
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