Atlas of the Languages of Suriname

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Eithne Carlin, Jacques Arends
KITLV Press, 2002 - Reference - 345 pages
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Contents

Eithne B Carlin and Jacques Arends
1
MarieFrance Patte
83
Jacques Arends
115
Norval Smith
131
Adrienne Bruyn
153
Christa de Kleine
209
Paul Brendan Tjon Sie
233
Theo Damsteegt
249
Clare Wolfowitz
265
Jacques Arends and Eithne B Carlin
283
Glossary of linguistic terms
323
Contributors
333
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About the author (2002)

Eithne Carlin was born and raised in Northern Ireland. She has studied at Trinity College Dublin and received her Ph.D. in Linguistics in 1993 from the University of Cologne, Germany, with a thesis on So, a moribund language of Uganda. She has been doing research on the Cariban and Arawakan languages of the Guianas, in particular those of Suriname, since 1996. She currently holds a tenured position of lecturer in the Department Languages and Cultures of Native America, in the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, the Netherlands.

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