Credits and Resources
Many people have contributed to the Digital Polyglot. Our thanks first and foremost goes to the Emory University Teaching Fund for supporting this project. For assistance with Russian, we'd like to thank Dr. Maria Lunk. For assistance with Bemba, we are indebted to Makasa Kasonde and Maidstone Mulenga. We are grateful to our colleagues in the Program in Linguistics at Emory University for feedback during various stages, and we are especially appreciative of the input from LING 201/ANT 203 students in Fall 1999, when the site was first used for teaching. Bibliographic resources for further study are listed below.
Hamilton, William S. 1980. Introduction to Russian Phonology and Word Structure. Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers, Inc.
Karaulov, Yu. N. 1998. Russian Language Encyclopedia [IN RUSSIAN]. Moscow: Nauchnoe Izdatel'stvo "Bol'shaya Rossiiskaya Entsiklopediya."
Katzner, Kenneth. 1994. English-Russian, Russian-English Dictionary. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Smirnitsky, A. I. 1992. Russian-English Dictionary. Moscow: Russky Yazyk Publishers.
Townsend, Charles E. 1975. Russian Word-Formation. Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers, Inc.
Yartseva, V. N. 1990. Linguistics [IN RUSSIAN]. Moscow: Nauchnoe Izdatel'stvo "Bol'shaya Rossiiskaya Entsiklopediya."
Duranti, Alessandro. 1994. From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic Anthropology in a Western Samoan Village. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Duranti, Alessandro. 1990. Code Switching and Conflict Management in Samoan Multiparty Interaction. Pacific Studies. 14(1):1-30.
Lynch, John. 1998. Pacific Languages: An Introduction. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
Shore, Bradd. 1982. Sala'ilua: A Samoan Mystery. New York: Columbia University Press.