Head-marking inflection and the architecture of grammatical theory: Evidence from reduplication and compounding in Hiaki (Yaqui)

Title:
Head-marking inflection and the architecture of grammatical theory: Evidence from reduplication and compounding in Hiaki (Yaqui)
Authors:
Haugen, Jason D.; Harley, Heidi
Abstract:
This edited collection presents two sets of interdisciplinary conversations connecting theoretical, methodological, and ideological issues in the study of language. In the first section, Approaches to the study of the indigenous languages of the Americas, the authors connect historical, theoretical, and documentary linguistics to examine the crucial role of endangered language data for the development of biopsychological theory and to highlight how methodological decisions impact language revitalization efforts. Section two, Approaches to the study of voices and ideologies, connects anthropological and documentary linguistics to examine how discourses of language contact, endangerment, linguistic purism and racism shape scholarly practice and language policy and to underscore the need for linguists and laypersons alike to acquire the analytical tools to deconstruct discourses of inequality. Together, these chapters pay homage to the scholarship of Jane H. Hill, demonstrating how a critical, interdisciplinary linguistics narrows the gap between disparate fields of analysis to treat the ecology of language in its entirety.
Citation:
Haugen, Jason D. and Heidi Harley. 2013. “Head-marking inflection and the architecture of grammatical theory: Evidence from reduplication and compounding in Hiaki (Yaqui).” In The Persistence of Language: Constructing and Confronting the Past and the Present in the Voices of Jane H. Hill, edited by S. Bischoff, D. Cole, A. V. Fountain, and M. Miyashita, 133-174. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Publisher:
John Benjamins Publishing Company
DATE ISSUED:
2013
Department:
Anthropology
Type:
Book, section
PUBLISHED VERSION:
10.1075/clu.8
PERMANENT LINK:
http://hdl.handle.net/11282/332562

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dc.contributor.authorHaugen, Jason D.en
dc.contributor.authorHarley, Heidien
dc.date.accessioned2014-10-09T12:05:05Zen
dc.date.available2014-10-09T12:05:05Zen
dc.date.issued2013en
dc.identifier.citationHaugen, Jason D. and Heidi Harley. 2013. “Head-marking inflection and the architecture of grammatical theory: Evidence from reduplication and compounding in Hiaki (Yaqui).” In The Persistence of Language: Constructing and Confronting the Past and the Present in the Voices of Jane H. Hill, edited by S. Bischoff, D. Cole, A. V. Fountain, and M. Miyashita, 133-174. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11282/332562en
dc.description.abstractThis edited collection presents two sets of interdisciplinary conversations connecting theoretical, methodological, and ideological issues in the study of language. In the first section, Approaches to the study of the indigenous languages of the Americas, the authors connect historical, theoretical, and documentary linguistics to examine the crucial role of endangered language data for the development of biopsychological theory and to highlight how methodological decisions impact language revitalization efforts. Section two, Approaches to the study of voices and ideologies, connects anthropological and documentary linguistics to examine how discourses of language contact, endangerment, linguistic purism and racism shape scholarly practice and language policy and to underscore the need for linguists and laypersons alike to acquire the analytical tools to deconstruct discourses of inequality. Together, these chapters pay homage to the scholarship of Jane H. Hill, demonstrating how a critical, interdisciplinary linguistics narrows the gap between disparate fields of analysis to treat the ecology of language in its entirety.en
dc.language.isoen_USen
dc.publisherJohn Benjamins Publishing Companyen
dc.identifier.doi10.1075/clu.8en
dc.subject.departmentAnthropologyen
dc.titleHead-marking inflection and the architecture of grammatical theory: Evidence from reduplication and compounding in Hiaki (Yaqui)en
dc.typeBook, sectionen
dc.identifier.isbn9789027202918en
dc.identifier.startpage133en
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