Joseph Harold Greenberg (1915‐2001)

@article{Silverstein2002JosephHG,
  title={Joseph Harold Greenberg (1915‐2001)},
  author={M. Silverstein},
  journal={American Anthropologist},
  year={2002},
  volume={104},
  pages={630-635}
}
Joseph H. Greenberg was long and widely admired among social and behavioral scientists as an important voice of linguistics, achieving many "firsts" of recognition as a scholar. Among these, he served magisterially as the very first Distinguished Lecturer of the American Anthropological Association during the tumultuous 69th (San Diego) Annual Meeting of 1970. During a career of more than 60 productive years, he flourished among anthropologists, although he was principally a library linguist… Expand

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