Vernacular Literacy: A Re-Evaluation

By R. B. Le Page; Penelope Gardner Chloros et al. | Go to book overview

OXFORD STUDIES IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS
William Bright, General Editor
EDITORIAL BOARD
Wallace Chafe, Regna Darnell, Paul Friederich, Dell Hymes, Jane Hill, Stephen C. Levinson , Joel Sherzer, David J. Parkin, Andrew Pawley, Jef Verschueren
Volumes Published in the Series
1. Classificatory Particles in Kilivila Gunter Senft
2. Sounds like Life: Sound-Symbolic Grammar, Performance, and Cognition in Pastaza Quechua Janis B. Nuckolls
3. Plastic Glasses and Church Fathers: Semantic Extension from the Ethnoscience Tradition David B. Kronenfeld
4. American Indian Languages: The Historical Linguistics of North America Lyle Campbell
5. Telling Our Selves: Ethnicity and Discourse in Southwestern Alaska Chase Hensel
6. Creating Context in Andean Cultures Rosaleen Howard-Malverde (ed.)
7. Disorderly Discourse: Narrative, Conflict, and Inequality Charles L. Briggs (ed.)
8. Understanding Cultures Through their Key Words: English, Russian, Polish, German, and Japanese Anna Wierzbicka
9. The Korowai of Irian Jaya: Their Language in Its Cultural Context Gerrit J. van Enk and Lourens de Vries
10. A Language of Our Own: The Genesis of Michif, the Mixed Cree-French Language of the Canadian Métis Peter Bakker
11. Referring to Space: Studies in Austronesian and Papuan Languages Gunter Senft (ed.)
12. People, Countries, and the Rainbow Serpent: Systems of Classification Among the Lardil of Mornington Island David McKnight
13. Vernacular Literacy: A Re-Evaluation Andrée Tabouret-Keller, R. B. Le Page, Penelope Gardner-Chloros, and Gabrielle Varro (eds.)
14. Rongorongo: The Easter Island Script Steven Roger Fischer

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