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Kiowa-Tanoan Languages

Daniel Harbour

in Linguistics

ISBN: 9780199772810
Published online October 2011 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/obo/9780199772810-0073
Kiowa-Tanoan Languages

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The Kiowa-Tanoan family consists of Kiowa and the Tanoan languages Tewa, Tiwa, and Towa (Jemez), many of which have dialects named after the pueblos in which they are spoken (e.g., Isleta, Picurís, Sandia, Santa Clara, San Juan, Taos). The family presents a number of grammatical phenomena that have fascinated historical, descriptive, typological, and theoretical linguists. The aim of this bibliography is to provide an overview of these strands of research and key topics within them. Research of primarily ethnolinguistic and anthropological linguistic interest has been omitted except where it enlightens other topics.

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Subjects: Linguistics ; Anthropological Linguistics ; Language Families ; Psycholinguistics ; Sociolinguistics

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