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Guaraní Linguistics Colloquium

115 Gilbert Hall
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The following three papers on Guaraní linguistics will be presented:

Kerry Steinberg (UGA) “Language use, language attitude, and mobility: The case of the rural and urban areas of Coronel Oviedo, Paraguay”

Elizabeth Herring (Indiana Unversity) “A historical and comparative investigation on the origins of Guaraní question markers Pa, Pio and Piko”

Bruno Estigarribia, PhD (UNC-Chapel Hill) “The status of morphologically mixed words in Guarani-Spanish mixing”

This event was organized by the UGA Indigenous Languages Initiative and is supported by the Latin American & Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI), the Department of Romance Languages, the Program in Linguistics, and the Department of Anthropology

Personnel in this Event

Lecturer of Spanish, Preceptor, SPAN 1110

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