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Charles R. Hale, Director SRH 1.310, 2300 Red River Street D0800, Austin, TX 78712 • 512.471.5551

Anthony C. Woodbury

Professor Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

Professor, Department of Linguistics and Department of Anthropology
Anthony C. Woodbury

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Interests

Chatino linguisitcs and language preservation; documentation and preservation of endangered languages; grammatical analysis and theory

Publications

Cruz, Emiliana & Anthony C. Woodbury. Collaboration in the context of activist teaching and scholarship: experience from the Chatino Language Documentation Project. Submitted to Keren Rice & Bruna Franchetto, eds., Community Collaboration in the Americas, Language Documentation & Conservation.

Cruz, Emiliana, & Anthony C. Woodbury. Submitted. Finding a way into a family of tone languages: The story and methods of the Chatino Language Documentation Project. Language documentation and conservation. Special Issue: Steven Bird & Larry Hyman (guest eds.), How to study a tone language.

Woodbury, Anthony C. 2014. Archives and audiences: toward making endangered language documentations people can read, use, understand, and admire. Language documentation and description 12.

Sullivant, John Ryan & Anthony C. Woodbury. 2012. El tono y el sandhi del tono en el chatino de Tataltepec de Valdés. In Las memorias del Congreso de Idiomas Indígenas de Latinoamérica-IV. Austin: Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America, University of Texas at Austin. http://www.ailla.utexas.org/site/cilla4_toc.html

Woodbury, Anthony C. 2011. Language documentation. In Peter K. Austin and Julia Sallabank (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Endangered Languages. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 159-186.     peer-rev

Woodbury, Anthony C. 2011. Atkan Aleut "unclitic" pronouns and defniteness: A multimodular analysis. In Etsuyo Yuasa, Tista Bagchi, and Katharine Beals (eds.), Pragmatics and autolexical grammar: in honor of Jerry Sadock. (Series: Linguistics Today 176) Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Pp. 125-142.

Woodbury, Anthony C., Eric P. Campbell, Emiliana Cruz, Hilaria Cruz, Justin McIntosh, Jeffrey Rasch, John Ryan Sullivant, & Stéphanie Villard. 2013. Documentation of Chatino. Language Archive. London: Endangered Languages Archive, University of London. 329 resource bundles. http://elar.soas.ac.uk/deposit/0090 [Also available as: Chatino Language Documentation Project Collection. The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America: www.ailla.utexas.org. Media: audio, video, text, image.]

Sherzer, Joel, Patience Epps, & Anthony C. Woodbury (directors) & Susan S. Kung (manager). 2000-present. The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America. Austin: Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin. www.ailla.utexas.org.

 

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