Языки индейцев
Языки и языкознание
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Stadies in ecuadoran indian languages
The papers in this volume are the result of linguistic fleld work carried on in Ecuador by members of the Summer Instituto of Linguist?cs. As Miss Peeke points out in her Introduction, tnere are only nine aborlginal languages spo-ken in Ecuador today, and articles on the phonemics or grammar of seven of these languages are presented here. The one comparativo article lists the phonemes of an elghth language. Only a discussion of J?varo is lacking to make the volume touch upon each Indian language of the country.
Most of the articles were developed in linguistic work-shops on the field supervised by K?nneth L. Plke. His in-fluence is apparent in most of the articles in the volume, especially in the grammatlcal ones. Miss Orr's phonemic article was her Master's thesis at Indiana Unlversity, and Moore's article was worked on while he was in attendance there.
Miss Catherlne Peeke, Chairman of the SIL Ecuadorlan linguistic committee, served as assistant editor of the vol­ume. Stnce she has been intlmately associated with the pro-ject, I requested that she prepare an Introduction, g?ving a survey of the linguistic picture in Ecuador and pointing out ?tems of particular interest about the articles, and a Bibliography of Ecuadorlan Indian (and related) languages.
It is hoped that this volume will contribute substantially to the scanty in?ormation now available on South American Indian languages.
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