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Landscape in Language: Transdisciplinary perspectives
Edited by David M. Mark, Andrew G. Turk, Niclas Burenhult and David Stea
[Culture and Language Use 4] 2011
► pp. 239260
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Jett, Stephen C.
2014. Place names as the traditional Navajo's title-deeds, border-alert system, remote sensing, global positioning system, memory bank, and monitor screen. Journal of Cultural Geography 31:1  pp. 106 ff. DOI logo
Lipka, Jerry, Dora Andrew-Ihrke, Miuty Nokar, David Koester, Donald H. Rubinstein, Walkie Charles, Evelyn Yanez, Cal Hachibmai & Raphael Jimmy
2023. Yupiaq and Caroline Islands Knowledge Systems: Similarities Across Concepts of Spatial Relations, Center, Symmetry, and Measuring. In Indigenous STEM Education [Sociocultural Explorations of Science Education, 29],  pp. 195 ff. DOI logo
Mamontova, Nadezhda, Elena Klyachko & Thomas F Thornton
2018. ‘The track is never the same’. Hunter Gatherer Research 4:3  pp. 311 ff. DOI logo
Mamontova, Nadezhda & Thomas F. Thornton
2022. The multiperspectival nature of place names: Ewenki mobility, river naming, and relationships with animals, spirits, and landscapes. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 28:3  pp. 875 ff. DOI logo
Nash, Joshua
2016. Toponymy, drawing, and representing place: a comment on James Cantrill’s “On Seeing ‘Places’”. Environmental Communication 10:5  pp. 671 ff. DOI logo
Thiering, Martin
2014. Cognitive maps of landmark orientation. In Multilingual Cognition and Language Use [Human Cognitive Processing, 44],  pp. 151 ff. DOI logo

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