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Bering Strait: a linguistic area bridging two continents2019 Journal de la Société des Américanistes 105 (1): 175-80
  • Lawrence D. Kaplan
H6/KUB [SOCIETE-]0037-9174in monographic section 'Hommage à Michèle Therrien'; with bibliography in appendix by M Mauzé, 197-205
The Dene arrival in Alaska2010 Anthropological papers (Alaska) (New Series) 5 (1-2): 335-46
  • Don E. Dumond
H6/KUB [ALASKA-]0041-9354in monographic issue 'The Dene-Yeniseian connection'; with 'Orthographic conventions for Yeniseian and Na-Dene' and 'Symbols and abbreviations' compiled by J Kari in appendix, 347-60
Origins of linguistic diversity in the Aleutian Islands2010 Human biology 82 (5-6): 557-81
  • Anna Berge
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue on the origins of the populations of the Aleutian Islands
The contribution of C.C. Uhlenbeck to Eskimo-Aleut linguistics2008 Etudes inuit 32 (2): 85-105
  • Hein van der Voort
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008French summary
The trials and joys of comparative dictionary making2007 Etudes inuit 31 (1-2): 213-21
  • Michael Fortescue
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in special issue 'Chukotka'; French summary
The participial oblique, a verb mood found only in Nunivak central Alaskan Yup'ik and in Siberian Yupik2006 Etudes inuit 30 (1): 135-56
  • Steven A. Jacobson
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008French summary
Semantics of noun-incorporating affixes in the Inuit language (east Greenland)2006 Etudes inuit 30 (1): 157-81
  • Marc-Antoine Mahieu
  • Nicole Tersis
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008English summary
A history of Eyak language documentation and study: Frederica de Laguna in memoriam2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 172-218
  • Michael E. Krauss
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939in monographic issue in honour of Frederica de Laguna; with bibliography by R Mason, SA Caplan, and K Clifford, 7-12
Integrating syntax and pragmatics: word order and transitivity variations in Tunumiisut2005 International journal of American linguistics 71 (4): 473-500
  • Nicole Tersis
  • Shirley Carter-Thomas
Titirausiq nutaaq o qaniujaaqpait. Ciento cuarenta años de historia de la escritura esquimal2005 Revista española de antropología americana 35: 231-40
  • José Andrés Alonso de la Fuente
H6/KUL [MADRID-]0556-6533
How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones ?2004 Etudes inuit 28 (2): 159-83
  • Michael Fortescue
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in thematic issue 'Spaces-places-names'; French summary
Le lingue eschimesi2003 Il Polo 58 (1): 19-36
  • Nino Maisuradze
Kalaallisut inflection and the concept of morphological naturalness2003 Thule 14/15: 251-80
  • Thomas Stolz
H6/KUL [THULE-]ISBN ONLYin monographic issue 'Temi e problemi linguistici nell' America nativa'; French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish summaries
Economía política de las lenguas esquimal-aleutiana en Alaska. Perspectivas para el mantenimiento de culturas y la reversión del proceso de desplazamiento lingüístico en las escuelas1999 Pueblos indígenas y educación 49/50: 33-42
  • Roy D. Iutzi-Mitchell
*H6/KUL [PUEBLOS-]in thematic issue 'Experiencias de educación bilingüe en pueblos indígenas del norte'
The nominalist theory of Eskimo: a case study in scientific self-deception1999 International journal of American linguistics 65: 383-406
  • Jerrold M. Sadock
Early Eskimo in Hawaii revisited: a Polynesian approach [comments on WW Schuhmacher in "Anthropos St Augustin" 1988 (83:1-3) 207-10]1992 Anthropos. Anthropos Institut, Sankt Augustin 87: 205-6
  • B R Freeman