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Anuta's Position in the Subgrouping of Polynesian Languages (1971)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 224860] Roger C. Green.

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Arqueología de la lengua: el anglosajón de "Beowulf" (2008)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 425177] Rosanna Rion.

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Creating Insiders and Outsiders through Language (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 403163] Dana Oswald.

Anthropologists use discourse analyses to study how language is used within cultures and across cultural boundaries as a way to distinguish between the cultural “insiders” and “outsiders.” This study investigates how language creates insiders and outsiders in archaeology. Textbooks and primary literature are used in the professionalization of students from undergraduate through doctoral programs, helping to drive the transition from novice to professional status in archaeology. Scholars within...


Currents in Pacific Linguistics (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 224826] Robert Blust.

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The Gold tribe, "Fishskin Tatars" of the lower Sungari (1933)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 255790] Owen Lattimore.

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"Just the leftovers!" Pre-Christian ritual in highland Maya colonial documents (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 395108] Sergio Romero.

In this paper I will present an analysis of colonial texts in indigenous languages that describe or paraphrase pre-Hispanic ritual. I will present comparisons between the structure and poetics of such texts and those of contemporary Christian sacramental practice as attested in sixteenth and seventeenth century doctrines and catechisms. Based on the analysis of intertextuality, I will show that pre-Hispanic ritual genres became a template for the Spanish mendicant friars and their native...


Linguistic Material from the Tribes of Southern Texas and Northeastern Mexico (1940)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 153433] John R. Swanton.

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Linguistic Subgrouping Within Polynesia: the Implications for Prehistoric Settlement (1966)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 224854] Roger Green.

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Los (1969)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 85703] Vincenzo Petrullo.

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Major Sources On Powhatan Indians

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 118649] Helen C. Rountree.

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The Mobilian trade language (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 147249] James Mack Crawford.

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Mohawk Iroquois (1949)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 139814] Mary R. Carse.

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Notes On Palaihnihan Culture History: Glottochronology and Archaeology (1980)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 105879] M. A. Baumhoff. D. L. Olmsted.

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Pamunkey Indians of Virginia (1894)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 118646] J. Garland Pollard.

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The Relationships of Polynesian Outlier Languages (1967)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 224967] Andrew Pawley.

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The Samoan Construction of Reality (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 224827] Urlike Mosel.

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Stones, shapes and speech: interpreting the origins of language from lithic variation with geometric morphometrics (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 429133] Cory Cuthbertson. Christian Hoggard.

Results from a recent experiment demonstrate that morphological standardization is an indicator of complex cultural transmission and cognition. A novel methodology integrating geometric morphometrics and Multiple Factor Analysis was employed to assess global shape variance in four experimental handaxe assemblages made by novice knappers trained under four different simulated social learning environments (emulation, imitation, silent teaching and verbal teaching). The higher the fidelity of their...


Using Neuroimaging in Archaeology to investigate Cognitive Evolution (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 395523] Georg Meyer. Natalie Uomini.

A big question in cognitive archaeology is whether complex tool-making and language co-evolved in the human lineage. There is considerable overlap in the brain structures that support complex body actions, including pantomiming and tool use, but also making music and using language. The activation of shared brain areas for separate skills is the basis of this popular theory. The aim of this talk is to review some of the difficulties - and possible solutions - to measuring the degree of overlap...

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America