Olmecs, Teotihuacaners, and Toltecs: Language History and Language Contact in Mesoamerica

Olmecos, Teotihuacanos y Toltecos: Historia de lenguaje y contacto en Mesoamérica

Object Details

Subject LanguageXinca
Uto-Aztecan
Totonacan
Otomanguean
Multiple
Mixe-Zoque
Mayan
Lenca
Huave, San Mateo del Mar
Huave, San Dionisio del Mar
Nahuatl
Totonac
Huasteco
Ch'ol
Otomí
Zapotec
Purepecha
Language PID(s)ailla:119630
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ailla:119678
ailla:119562
ailla:119686
ailla:119689
ailla:119644
ailla:119613
ailla:119712
ailla:119659
ailla:119743
ailla:119646
ailla:119634
ailla:119711
ailla:119699
ailla:119815
Title [Indigenous]
Language of Indigenous Title
TitleOlmecs, Teotihuacaners, and Toltecs: Language History and Language Contact in Mesoamerica
Language Community
Country(ies)Mexico
Place CreatedAustin, Texas, USA
Date Created2013-01-23
Description [Indigenous]
Language of Indigenous Description
DescriptionOn 23 January 2013, Dr. Terrence Kaufman gave this talk at the home of Dr. Nora England in Austin, TX, at a LARGA meeting (LARGA=Latin America Research Group-Austin), a student organization at the University of Texas as Austin. This resource contains the video of his lecture and his handout.
GenresEducational material
Source Note
References
Contributor(s) Individual / RoleKaufman, Terrence (Researcher)
Contributor(s) Corporate / Role

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ObjectFile TypesAccess Level
MUL034R001I001.mp4video/mp42
MUL034R001I002.pdfapplication/pdf2

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