The Chatino Collection of Ryan Sullivant
La Colección del Chatino por Ryan Sullivant
|Collection Language||Chatino, Tataltepec de Valdés |
Chatino, Santo Domingo Teojomulco
Chatino, Eastern, Ixtapan
Zapotec, Coatecas Altas
|Language PID||ailla:119704 |
|Language of Indigenous Title|
|Title||The Chatino Collection of Ryan Sullivant|
|Collector(s)||Sullivant, J. Ryan |
|Depositor(s)||Sullivant, J. Ryan |
|Language of Indigenous Description|
|Description||Materials in and about the Chatino languages of Oaxaca, Mexico. Primarily concerning the Tataltepec de Valdés Chatino language which was the focus of Ryan Sullivant's doctoral dissertation research, but also featuring materials from his philological research on written records of other Chatino languages, including Santo Domingo Teojomulco Chatino and the Eastern Chatino of San José Ixtapan as well as other Otomanguean languages of the surrounding region such as Coatecas Altas Zapotec, Coatec Zapotec, and Tututepec Mixtec. |
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number BCS-1065082.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
This collection does not include materials collected by Ryan Sullivant under the auspices of the Chatino Language Documentation Project funded by the Endangered Languages Documentation Programme. For those materials, please see the Chatino Language Documentation Project Collection.
|References||Sullivant, J. Ryan. 2015. The phonology and inflectional morphology of Cháʔknyá, Tataltepec de Valdés Chatino, a Zapotecan language. Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin. Doi:10.15781/T2FK5V |
Sullivant, J. Ryan. 2011. Tataltepec Chatino verb classification and aspect morphology. Master's Report, The University of Texas at Austin. http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2011-05-3378
Sullivant, J. Ryan. 2016. Reintroducing Teojomulco Chatino. International Journal of American Linguistics. Vol 82:4, 393-423. https://doi.org/10.1086/688318