New voices for old words : Algonquian oral literatures

Auteur(s) : Costa, David J. (Éd.)Description matérielle : vi-546 p. : illustrations ; 24 cm. Collection: Studies in the anthropology of North American Indians series. Publication : Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2015.Cote : NM.38Note : Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Littérature orale | Linguistique Thématique spécifique : Traduction Géographique : Amérique du Nord Ethnique : Algonkians
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Lab. d'anthropologie sociale
NM.38 Available 8005869

Introduction / Costa, David J. --

Editing a Gros Ventre (White Clay) text / Brockie, Terry and Cowell, Andrew --

Redacting premodern texts without speakers: the Peoria story of Wiihsakacaakwa / Costa, David J. --

Editing and using Arapaho-language manuscript sources: a comparative perspective / Cowell, Andrew --

Highlighting rhetorical structure through syntactic analysis: an illustrated Meskwaki text by Alfred Kiyana / Dahlstrom, Amy --

Three Nineteenth-Century Munsee texts: archaisms, dialect variation, and problems of textual criticism / Goddard, Ives --

On editing Bill Leaf's Meskwaki texts / Thomason, Lucy --

Challenges of editing and presenting the corpus of Potawatomi stories told by Jim and Alice Spear to Charles Hockett / Welcher, Laura --

The words of Black Hawk: restoring a long-ignored bilingual / Whittaker, Gordon.

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