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Linguistics and archaeology in the Americas

Linguistics and archaeology in the Americas

the historization of language and society

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adelaar, Willem F. H,
  • Indians of South America -- Languages -- Grammar,
  • Indians of North America -- Languages -- Grammar,
  • Indians of South America -- Languages,
  • Indians of North America -- Languages,
  • Language and culture,
  • Archaeology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Eithne B. Carlin and Simon van de Kerke.
    SeriesBrill"s studies in the Indigenous languages of the Americas; v. 2
    ContributionsCarlin, Eithne., Kerke, Simon van de.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM5008 .L56 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24054741M
    ISBN 109789004173620
    LC Control Number2010005005
    OCLC/WorldCa500820541

      Skoglund and Reich acknowledge that sorting out the population history of the Americas will require “information from anthropology, linguistics, archaeology and sociology.”. Society for Historical Archaeology “The essays in this book mobilize linguistics, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, ethnohistory, experimental studies, and archaeology to reveal exciting new findings.”—New West Indian Guide.

      Archaeology provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of slavery that combines analyses of archaeological findings with careful readings of traditional primary sources of historiography. Excavations of sites where enslaved people once lived and worked yield residue of things produced, consumed, and discarded by the former occupants of these sites. Editorial Board Guillermo Algaze University of California, San Diego Geoffrey E. Braswell University of California, San Diego Paul S. Goldstein University of California, San Diego Joyce Marcus University of Michigan Charles Stanish University of South Florida. This series focuses on new theory driven approaches to anthropological archaeology around the world.

    Archaeology and linguistics both investigate the past of human populations. They offer an opportunity to reach the past of mankind thousands of years be-fore the present day and to obtain information on human groups of a particular period and region, their forms of .   Looking beyond regional barriers, An Archaeology of the Soul offers new depths of insight into American Indian ethnography. Hall uncovers the lineage and kinship shared by Native North Americans through the perspectives of history, archaeology, archaeoastronomy, biological anthropology, linguistics, and s: 5.


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The contributors focus on three larger regions, the Andes, Amazonia, Meso-America and the Circum-Caribbean region, giving us a state of the art overview of current linguistic and archaeological research trends that illuminate the dynamicity and historicity of the Americas, in migratory movements, contact situations, grouping and re-grouping of.

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[Eithne Carlin; Simon van de Kerke;] -- In this volume an international group of leading specialists guide us through different aspects of the study of Amerindian languages and societies. These all lie at the heart of the extensive and. 6. The Ever-Dynamic Caribbean: Exploring New Approaches to Unraveling Social Networks in the Pre-Colonial and Early Colonial Periods In: Linguistics and Archaeology in the AmericasCited by: 2.

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