Keeping languages alive: Documentation, pedagogy, and revitalization ed. by Mari C. Jones and Sarah Ogilvie (review)

Keeping languages alive: Documentation, pedagogy, and revitalization ed. by Mari C. Jones and... LANGUAGE, VOLUME 92, NUMBER 3 (2016) Czerniak, Tomasz. 2015. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. Studia Anglica Resoviensia 12.192­94. Green, Antony Dubach. 2006. The independence of phonology and morphology: The Celtic mutations. Lingua 116.11.1946­85. DOI: 10.1016/j.lingua.2004.09.002. Hammond, Michael. 2015. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. Lingua 165.PartA.173­78. DOI: 10.1016/j.lingua.2015.08.002. Hannahs, S. J. 2013. Celtic initial mutation: Pattern extraction and subcategorisation. Word Structure 6.1.1­20. DOI: 10.3366/word.2013.0033. Iosad, Pavel. 2010. Right at the left edge: Initial consonant mutations in the languages of the world. Rethinking universals: How rarities affect linguistic theory (Empirical approaches to language typology 45), ed. by Jan Wohlgemuth and Michael Cysouw, 105­37. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Janda, Richard D., and Brian D. Joseph. 1992. Meta-templates and the underlying (dis)unity of Sanskrit reduplication. Eastern States Conference on Linguistics (ESCOL '91) 8.160­73. Mondon, Jean-Francois R. 2014. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. LINGUISTList 25.4632. Online: http://www.linguistlist.org/issues/25/25-4632.html. Morris, Jonathan. 2015. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. Linguistische Berichte 242. 197­99. Stewart, Thomas W. 2004. Mutation as morphology: Bases, stems, and shapes in Scottish Gaelic. Columbus: The Ohio State University dissertation. Stewart, Thomas W. 2015. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Language Linguistic Society of America

Keeping languages alive: Documentation, pedagogy, and revitalization ed. by Mari C. Jones and Sarah Ogilvie (review)

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LANGUAGE, VOLUME 92, NUMBER 3 (2016) Czerniak, Tomasz. 2015. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. Studia Anglica Resoviensia 12.192­94. Green, Antony Dubach. 2006. The independence of phonology and morphology: The Celtic mutations. Lingua 116.11.1946­85. DOI: 10.1016/j.lingua.2004.09.002. Hammond, Michael. 2015. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. Lingua 165.PartA.173­78. DOI: 10.1016/j.lingua.2015.08.002. Hannahs, S. J. 2013. Celtic initial mutation: Pattern extraction and subcategorisation. Word Structure 6.1.1­20. DOI: 10.3366/word.2013.0033. Iosad, Pavel. 2010. Right at the left edge: Initial consonant mutations in the languages of the world. Rethinking universals: How rarities affect linguistic theory (Empirical approaches to language typology 45), ed. by Jan Wohlgemuth and Michael Cysouw, 105­37. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Janda, Richard D., and Brian D. Joseph. 1992. Meta-templates and the underlying (dis)unity of Sanskrit reduplication. Eastern States Conference on Linguistics (ESCOL '91) 8.160­73. Mondon, Jean-Francois R. 2014. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. LINGUISTList 25.4632. Online: http://www.linguistlist.org/issues/25/25-4632.html. Morris, Jonathan. 2015. Review of The phonology of Welsh, by S. J. Hannahs. Linguistische Berichte 242. 197­99. Stewart, Thomas W. 2004. Mutation as morphology: Bases, stems, and shapes in Scottish Gaelic. Columbus: The Ohio State University dissertation. Stewart, Thomas W. 2015.

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