Araucanian Genetic Relationships

@article{Key1978AraucanianGR,
  title={Araucanian Genetic Relationships},
  author={Mary Ritchie Key},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  year={1978},
  volume={44},
  pages={280 - 293}
}
  • M. Key
  • Published 1 October 1978
  • Linguistics
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
0. The Araucanian group of languages and dialects is a large and cohesive community which has been known since the earliest publications on languages of South America. Father Valdivia published a grammar on "the language of Chile" in 1606.2 The Araucanian Indian society continues to function today in its own indigenous way; indeed, it was the last large Indian group to be subdued. In spite of its 1 I am pleased to acknowledge a FulbrightHays Research and Lectureship in Comparative Linguistics… 

Desmond C. Derbyshire and Geoffrey K. Pullum (eds), Handbook of Amazonian languages , Vol. 1. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1986. Pp. xiii + 642.

  • M. Key
  • Linguistics
    Journal of Linguistics
  • 1988
argue in favour of the idea that the clitic is not a 'subject', as it is in French, but simply the 'spelling out' of Agreement features; consequently it is dominated by INFL. According to them, no

Panoan languages and linguistics. (Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 99)

7 Introduction 9 Classification and inventory of Panoan languages and dialects 9 Ethnonyms and orthography 12 Former misconceptions about the Panoan family 17 On dialects and languages 19 Panoan

The diachrony of Mapudungun stress assignment

Stress assignment is one of the most widely-known and controversial aspects of present-day Mapudungun (aka Araucanian) phonology. Here, the diachrony of the phenomenon is explored based on the

They Have Risen Up and Rebelled: Che Resilience AD 1475–1700

Prior to the arrival of the Spanish, the Che living north of the Bio Bio River successfully defeated the expanding Inka Empire, perhaps laying the foundations for the later anticolonialism of Che

The Manner node

Much research in phonology in the last decade has centred around the organisation of distinctive features into feature geometries (Clements 1985, Sagey 1986, among many others). However, the Manner

The languages of the Andes

List of tables List of maps Preface Orthographic conventions List of abbreviations 1. Introduction 2. The Chibcha sphere 3. The Inca sphere 4. The languages of the eastern slopes 5. The Araucanian

Patagonia: del presente etnográfico al pasado arqueológico

RESUMEN. En este trabajo se analizan los principales argumentos utilizados desde diferentes perspectivas paleo-biologicas, paleo-linguisticas, arqueologicas y antropologicas para explicar la

Cultivated wetlands and emerging complexity in south-central Chile and long distance effects of climate change

Lands in south-central Chile, long thought to have been marginal until the Spanish conquest, are here shown to have been developing complex societies between at least AD 1000 and 1500. Part of the

AFINES QUECHUA EN EL VOCABULARIO MAPUCHE DE LUIS DE VALDIVIA

espanolEl presente articulo analiza las relaciones interlinguisticas e interculturales implicadas por voces afines quechua-mapudungun registradas en el Vocabulario de la Lengua de Chile de Luis de