Essays in the History of Linguistic Anthropology

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Anthropology and linguistics, as historically developing disciplines, have had partly separate roots and traditions. In particular settings and in general, the two disciplines have partly shared, partly differed in the nature of their materials, their favorite types of problem the personalities of their dominant figures, their relations with other disciplines and intellectual current. The two disciplines have also varied in their interrelation with each other and the society about them. Institutional arrangements have reflected the varying degrees of kinship, kithship, and separation. Such relationships themselves form a topic that is central to a history of linguistic anthropology yet marginal to a self-contained history of linguistics or anthropology as either would be conceived by most authors. There exists not only a subject matter for a history of linguistic anthropology, but also a definite need.
[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 25]  1983.  xxiii, 406 pp.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
vii
Introduction
ix
1. Notes towards a History of Linguistic Anthropology
1
2. Lexicostatistics and Glottochronology in the 19th Century
59
3. The Americanist Tradition in Linguistics
115
4. Linguistic Method in Ethnography
135
5. Linguistic Anthropologist
Alfred Louis Kroeber
245
6. From the First Yale School to World Prehistory
Morris Swadesh
273
7. The Pre-war Prague School and Post-war American Anthropological Linguistics
331
8. Tradition and Paradigms
345
Index of Authors
385
Index of Subjects
393
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  83672353