Editors Kayla Begay and Kayla Palakurthy gathered five working papers for the 16th edition of the ANLC's Proceedings of the Dene Languages Conference, published this summer.
The papers are:
• “Dene Epistemologies, Kinahłdung Songs, and Lessons in Language,” by Kayla Begay
• “Glossing Dene Languages,” by Sharon Hargus, Olga Lovick, and Siri G. Tuttle
• “Expressibility of Constant Participants in Denesųłiné Linguistic Situations,” by Josh Holden and Gina McIntyre
• “Diné Bizaad (Navajo) Verb Constituency under a Learning-based Approach,” by Ignacio L. Montoya
• “The Origin of Classificatory Verb Morphologies in Na-Dene,” by Edward Vajda
The Conference was held in July 2019 in Davis, California.
The Proceedings is available for $10 from the ANLC Store.
Yenida'a Tah, Ts'utsaede, K'adiide / Mythical Times, Ancient Times, Recent Times: An Anthology of Ahtna Narratives tells stories steeped in the Ahtna culture of south-central Alaska. James Kari and Siri G. Tuttle spent decades compiling, transcribing and translating the stories. Kari is a professor emeritus of linguistics, and Tuttle is a linguistics professor and director of the Alaska Native Language Center. The anthology, illustrated with photos and maps, is available for $30.00.
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