Papers of the Fiftieth Algonquian Conference (Papers of the Algonquian Conference) (Paperback)
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Papers of the Algonquian Conference is a collection of peer-reviewed scholarship from an annual international forum that focuses on topics related to the languages and cultures of Algonquian peoples. This series touches on a variety of subject areas, including anthropology, archaeology, education, ethnography, history, Indigenous studies, language studies, literature, music, political science, psychology, religion, and sociology. Contributors often cite never-before-published data in their research, giving the reader a fresh and unique insight into the Algonquian peoples and rendering these papers essential reading for those interested in studying Algonquian society.
About the Author
MONICA MACAULAY is a professor of language sciences at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and on the board of the Endangered Language Fund, a nonprofit organization that funds language revitalization and preservation projects around the world.
MARGARET NOODIN is a professor at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee where she also serves as the director of the Electa Quinney Institute and teaches Anishinaabemowin.