Title: Indian Studies in Honor of Charles Rockwell ...
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication Date: 1929
Book Condition: Very Good
Near Fine. Charles Lanman (1850-1941) was Professor of Sanskrit at Harvard University and editor of the Harvard Oriental Series. Volume contains 27 scholarly papers. Previous owner inked name on front free page is Murray Barnson Emeneau (1904-2005), emeritus Professor of Linguistics at the UC, Berkeley. He contributed to many areas of linguistics and allied disciplines, but helped create two fields of discipline: the study of the minority Dravidian languages of India and the study of what he called 'language areas'. Prof. Emeneau created this field through work that includes grammars of Kolami and Toda, published in 1955 and 1984, and a Kota text collection published in three volumes from 1944 to 1946. Prof. Emeneau is also generally seen as having initiated the modern field of areal linguistics. No other markings in book. Binding is tight. Light sunning to covers. Bookseller Inventory # 3004668
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