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Vol. 39, no. 4 (Winter 1997)


Mary R. Haas: A Memorial Issue

Contents

Editor's Introduction Douglas R. Parks 503
Bibliography of Mary R. Haas 508

Background

Mary R. Haas: A Life in Linguistics Sally McLendon 522
Mary R. Haas: Teacher Katherine Turner 544
The Formative Influences on Mary R. Haas’s Career Victor Golla 550
Mary R. Haas and the “First Yale School of Linguistics” Regna Darnell 556
Differing Opportunity in Language: A Glimpse of Relativity Eric P. Hamp 566

Descriptive Studies

Mary R. Haas’s Contributions to Wakashan Linguistics William H. Jacobsen, Jr. 569
The Contribution of Mary R. Haas to the Study of Southeastern Languages Pamela Munro 578
Mary R. Haas and Southeastern Ethnography Raymond D. Fogelson 585
Mary R. Haas and Ethnology William C. Sturtevant 590
Remembering Mary R. Haas’s Work on Thai James A. Matisoff 594
Mary R. Haas and Linguistic Anthropology William Bright 603
Mary Rosamond Haas (1910–1996) Karl van Duyn Teeter 606
Mary Haas: A Real Linguist of the Nth Degree R. M. W. Dixon 611

Teaching

Mary R. Haas and “Berkeley Linguistics” Murray B. Emeneau 617
Mary R. Haas: Lessons in and out of the Classroom Sydney M. Lamb 620
The Teaching of Mary R. Haas William Shipley 623
Mary R. Haas as Anthropological Linguist Allan R. Taylor 626
Mary R. Haas at Berkeley in the Sixties Mauricio J. Mixco 630
Recollections of Mary R. Haas as Teacher, Supervisor, and Inspiration Brent Galloway 636

Historical Comparison

Mary R. Haas and Historical Linguistics Lyle Campbell 642
Mary Haas, Algic, and the Scientific Consensus Joseph H. Greenberg 668
Mary R. Haas’s Legacy for Historical Linguistics Catherine A. Callaghan 673
Haas’s Hokan: Dead End, or Gateway to the Future? Mauricio J. Mixco 680

Epilogue

A 1978 Interview with Mary R. Haas Stephen O. Murray 695
Publications Received 714


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