Vossen / Haacke (eds.): Lone Tree – Scholarship in the Service of the Koon — Essays in Memory of Anthony T Traill [PDF]


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458 pp.
2 colour photos, 7 genealogical charts, 1 tree model Click Elaboration in !Xoo, Comparative List of Cape Khoekhoe, !Ghora, Nama, 1 figure (Intervallmessung), Map of researched languages, Hukwe Comparative Wordlist, 24 wave-forms, 21 spectrograms

Text language: English


Tim Couzens: A Tribute to Anthony T. Traill


Alan Barnard: Some Puzzles in !Xoo [!Xóõ] Kinship Terminology
Hans den Besten†: What We Seem to Know About the Lexicon of Early Cape Dutch Pidgin (and always were afraid to question)
Megan Biesele: Language Development and Community Development in a San Community
Andy Chebanne: The !Xoo [!Xóõ]-English-Setswana Trilingual Dictionary in Preparation – an Experience
G. Tucker Childs: Doing What (You Think) Is Right in the Field – Problematizing the Documentation of Endangered Languages
Didier Demolin / Anthony Traill / Gilles Sicard / Jean-Marie Hombert: Odour Terminology in !Xoo [!Xóõ]
Edward D. Elderkin: Tonal Patterns in Khwe Verb Conjugation
Rosalie Finlayson / Sarah Slabbert: African Languages in the African Century – Extinction or Revival? Patterns, Trends and Strategies
Tom Güldemann: Phonological Regularities of Consonant Systems in Genetic Lineages of Khoisan
Wilfrid H.G. Haacke: From 17th Century Cape Khoekhoe to 20th Century !Gora and Namibian Khoekhoe
Henry Honken†: Gender Assignment Rules in Ju/’hoan [Ju|’hoan] and !Xoo [!Xóõ]
Herrmann Jungraithmayr: Verb-Final Glottalisation, Tone and Passivity in Tangale
Wilhelm J.G. Möhlig: Naming Mathematical Concepts in Rumanyo, a Bantu Language of Northern Namibia
Christa König: Evidentials in !Xun
Hirosi Nakagawa: Khoisan Phonotactics – a Case Study from Gui [G/ui]
Christfried Naumann: The Phoneme Inventory of Taa (West !Xoon Dialect)
Hitomi Ono: A Comparison of Kinship Terminologies of West Kalahari Khoe – #Haba, Tshila, Gui [G/ui], Gana [G//ana], and Naro
Bonny Sands: Interpreting Hadza Data
Rainer Vossen: Reflections on J.H. Wilhelm’s “Hukwe” Wordlist
Edwin N. Wilmsen: Evidence for a Multi-Lingual Community in the Tsodilo Hills, Botswana (ca. CE 700-900)

Anthony Traill (1939–2007): List of Publications

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Under these links you will find publications of Anthony Traill and by the contributors:

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