The April 2020 issue of the International Journal of American Linguistics (IJAL) is now available along with the April 2020 supplement, “Texts in the Indigenous Languages of the Americas: Northern Paiute Texts across Varieties.” A table of contents for each can be viewed below.
Visit the University of Chicago Press Journals website at journals.uchicago.edu/ijal to explore the individual articles and to learn more about IJAL, including how to submit manuscripts and how to subscribe.
Visit the website of IJAL’s editorial office at americanlinguistics.org.
International Journal of American Linguistics 86, No. 2 (April 2020)
Mapudungun Expressions of Desire Pablo Fuentes
Sound Symbolism and the Variation *∫ ~ *s ~ *h in Proto-Quechuan Robert Halm
Tracing the Ch’orti’ Antipassive System: A Comparative/Historical View Robin Quizar
Domains and Prominence in Nasal Harmonization of Maxakalí Loanwords Mário Coelho da Silva, Andrew Nevins, and James White
A Historical Grammar of the Maya Language of Yucatan, 1557–2000. By Victoria R. Bricker Reviewed by Igor Vinogradov
Language Contact, Inherited Similarity and Social Difference: The Story of Linguistic Interaction in the Maya Lowlands. By Danny Law Reviewed by Elwira Dexter-Sobkowiak
International Journal of American Linguistics 86, No. S1 (April 2020) Texts in the Indigenous Languages of the Americas: Northern Paiute Texts across Varieties
Northern Paiute Texts: Introduction Tim Thornes and Maziar Toosarvandani
Bannock (Fort Hall, Idaho) Tim Thornes
Yahooskin (Beatty, Oregon) Tim Thornes
Wadadɨka’a (Burns Paiute Reservation, Oregon) Tim Thornes
Duck Valley Reservation (Owyhee, Nevada) Tim Thornes
Fort Mcdermitt Reservation (Mcdermitt, Nevada) Tim Thornes
Mono Lake and Environs Maziar Toosarvandani
Walker River (Schurz, Nevada) Maziar Toosarvandani
Kuiyuidɨkadɨ (Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nevada) Tim Thornes
Toidɨkadɨ (Cattail-Eaters) of Stillwater Marsh Tim Thornes
References and Abbreviations