George L. Trager

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George L. Trager
Nome completo George Leonard Trager
Nacemento 22 de marzo de 1906
  Newark
Falecemento 31 de agosto de 1992
  Pasadena
Nacionalidade Estados Unidos de América
Ocupación lingüista
Premios Bolsa Guggenheim
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George Leonard Trager, nado en Newark (Nova Jersey) o 22 de marzo de 1906 e morto o 31 de agosto de 1992 en Pasadena (California), foi un lingüista americano, que chegou a ser presidente da Linguistic Society of America en 1960.

Traxectoria[editar | editar a fonte]

Durante os seus anos na Universidade Yale durante dúas décadas (1930-1950 aproximadamente) mantivo unha estreita colaboración con outros lingüistas de prestixio como Edward Sapir, Morris Swadesh, Benjamin Lee Whorf, Charles Hockett, e desde 1941, Leonard Bloomfield.

Desde 1937, colaborou con Benjamin Whorf en estudos historico-comparados das linguas azteco-tanoanas, pero o traballo que tiñan planeado viuse interrompido pola morte de Whorf en 1941.

Escribiu as esntradas sobre lingua e lingüística para a 14ª edición da Encyclopædia Britannica. Como Sapir e Swadesh, foi consultante da International Auxiliary Language Association, que presentaron Interlingua en 1951.[1]

Notas[editar | editar a fonte]

  1. Esterhill, Frank, Interlingua Institute: A History, New York: Interlingua Institute, 2000.

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Bibliografía[editar | editar a fonte]

  • Bloch, Bernard; & Trager, George L. (1942). Outline of linguistic analysis. Special publications of the Linguistic Society of America. Baltimore: Linguistic Society of America.
  • Correction: George Leonard Trager. (1994). Language, 70 (4), 868.
  • Hockett, Charles F. (1993). George Leonard Trager. Language, 69 (4), 778–788.
  • Smith, M. Estellie (Ed.). (1972). Studies in linguistics in honor of George L. Trager. The Hague: Mouton.
  • Sturtevant, E. H.; & Trager, George L. (1942). Hittite u before vowels. Language, 18 (4), 259–270.
  • Sturtevant, E. H.; & Trager, George L. (1943). Hittite i before vowels. Language, 19 (3), 209–220.
  • Trager, Felicia H. (1971). An annotated bibliography of the publications and writings of George L. Trager through 1970. Studies in Linguistics occasional papers (No. 12).
  • Trager, George L. (1930). The pronunciation of "short a" in American Standard English. American Speech 5:396–400.
  • Trager, George L. (1933). The Old Church Slavonic Kiev fragment its accents and their relation to modern Slavonic accentuation. Language monograph (No. 13). Language, 9 (1), 4–28.
  • Trager, George L. (1934). What conditions limit variants of a phoneme? American Speech, 9, 313–15.
  • Trager, George L. (1934). The phonemes of Russian. Language, 10 (4), 334–344.
  • Trager, George L. (1935). Some Spanish place names of Colorado. American Speech, 10 (3), 203–207.
  • Trager, George L. (1936). The language of the pueblo of Taos. Maître Phonétique, 56, 59–62.
  • Trager, George L. (1938). "Cottonwood-tree", a south-western linguistic trait. International Journal of American Linguistics, 9 (2/4), 117–118.
  • Trager, George L. (1939). The days of the week in the language of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Language, 15, 51–55.
  • Trager, George L. (1940). Appendix. In E. C. Parsons, Taos Tales. New York.
  • Trager, George L. (1940). One phonemic entity becomes two: The case of "short a. American Speech, 15, 255–58.
  • Trager, George L. (1940). Serbo-Croatian accents and quantities. Language, 16 (1), 29–32.
  • Trager, George L. (1940). The Russian gender categories. Language, 16 (4), 300–307.
  • Trager, George L. (1941). ə ˈnəwt on æ ənd æ̝ˑ in əˈmerikən ˈiŋɡliʃ. Maître Phonétique, 17–19.
  • Trager, George L. (1941). Auxiliary verbs in Russian. Language, 17 (2), 151–152.
  • Trager, George L. (1942). The phoneme 'T': A study in theory and method. American Speech, 17 (3), 144–148.
  • Trager, George L. (1942). The historical phonology of the Tiwa languages. Studies in Linguistics, 1 (5), 1–10.
  • Trager, George L. (1942). The phonemic treatment of semivowels. Language, 18 (3), 220–223.
  • Trager, George L. (1942). Introduction to Russian, a course for college students. New Haven: Yale University, Department of Oriental Studies.
  • Trager, George L. (1943). The kinship and status terms of the Tiwa languages. American Anthropologist, 45 (1), 557–571.
  • Trager, George L. (1944). Spanish and English loanwords in Taos. International Journal of American Linguistics, 10 (4), 144–158.
  • Trager, George L. (1944). The verb morphology of spoken French. Language, 20 (3), 131–141.
  • Trager, George L. (1945). Analysis of a Kechuan text. International Journal of American Linguistics, 11 (2), 86–96.
  • Trager, George L. (1946). An outline of Taos grammar. In C. Osgood (Ed.), Linguistic structures in North America (pp. 184–221). New York: Wenner-Green Foundation for Anthropological Research.
  • Trager, George L. (1946). Changes of emphasis in linguistics: A comment. Studies in Philology, 43, 461–464.
  • Trager, George L. (1948). The Indian languages of Brazil. International Journal of American Linguistics, 14 (1), 43–48.
  • Trager, George L. (1948). A status symbol and personality at Taos Pueblo. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 4 (3), 299–304.
  • Trager, George L. (1948). Taos I: A language revisited. International Journal of American Linguistics, 14 (3), 155–160.
  • Trager, George L. (1949). The field of linguistics. Studies in Linguistics occasional papers (No. 1).
  • Trager, George L. (1951). Linguistic history and ethnologic history in the Southwest. Journal of the Washington Academy of Science, 41, 341–343.
  • Trager, George L. (1951). Linguistics. Science, 114 (2967), 3a.
  • Trager, George L. (1951). Linguistic history and ethnologic history in the Southwest. Journal of the Washington Academy of Science, 41, 341–343.
  • Trager, George L. (1953). Russian declensional morphemes. Language, 29 (3), 326–338.
  • Trager, George L. (1954). Taos II: Pronominal reference. International Journal of American Linguistics, 20 (3), 173–180.
  • Trager, George L. (1955). The language of America. American Anthropologist, 57 (6), 1182–1193.
  • Trager, George L. (1955). French morphology: Verb inflection. Language, 31 (4), 511–529.
  • Trager, George L. (1958). French morphology: Personal Ppronouns and the 'definite article'. Language, 34 (2), 225–231.
  • Trager, George L. (1958). Paralanguage: A first approximation. Studies in Linguistics, 13, 1–12.
  • Trager, George L. (1960). Taos III: Paralanguage. Anthropological Linguistics, 2 (2), 24–30.
  • Trager, George L. (1960). The name of Taos, New Mexico. Anthropological Linguistics, 2 (3), 5–6.
  • Trager, George L. (1961). Taos IV: Morphemics, syntax, semology in nouns and in pronominal reference. International Journal of American Linguistics, 27 (3), 211–222.
  • Trager, George L. (1961). The typology of paralanguage. Anthropological Linguistics, 3 (1), 17–21.
  • Trager, George L. (1962). A scheme for the cultural analysis of sex. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 18 (2), 114–118.
  • Trager, George L. (1963). Linguistics is linguistics. Studies in Linguistics occasional papers (No. 8).
  • Trager, George L. (1965). A schematic outline for the processual analysis of culture. Buffalo, NY: SUNY at Buffalo.
  • Trager, George L. (1967). A componential morphemic analysis of English personal pronouns. Language, 43 (1), 372–378.
  • Trager, George L. (1967). The Tanoan settlement of the Rio Grande area: A possible chronology. In D. H. Hymes & W. E. Bittle (Eds.), Studies in southwestern ethnolinguistics: Meaning and history in the languages of the American Southwest (pp. 335–350). The Hague: Mouton.
  • Trager, George L. (1969). Taos and Picuris: How long separated?. International Journal of American Linguistics, 35 (2), 180–182.
  • Trager, George L. (1972). Language and languages. San Francisco: Chandler Publishing Company.
  • Trager, George L. (1975). Language nomenclature. Studies in Linguistics, 25, 1–8.
  • Trager, George L.; & Bloch, Bernard. (1941). The syllabic phonemes of English. Language, 17 (3), 223–246.
  • Trager, George L.; & Harben, Felicia E. (1958). North American Indian languages: Classification and maps. Studies in Linguistics occasional papers (No. 5). Buffalo, NY: University of Buffalo, Department of Anthropology and Linguistics.
  • Trager, George L.; & Mutziger, John G. (1947). The linguistic structure of Mongolian placenames. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 67 (3), 184–195.
  • Trager, George L.; & Rice, Frank A. (1954). The personal-pronoun system of Classical Arabic. Language, 30 (2), 224–229.
  • Trager, George L.; & Smith, Henry L. (1950). A chronology of Indo-Hittite. Studies in Linguistics, 80, 61–70.
  • Trager, George L.; & Smith, Henry L. (1951). An outline of English structure. Studies in Linguistics occasional papers (No. 3). Norman, OK: Battenberg Press.
  • Trager, George L.; & Smith, Henry L. (1953). The chronology of North European: A rejoinder. American Anthropologist, 55 (2), 295–299.
  • Trager, George L.; & Trager, Edith Crowell. (1959). Kiowa and Tanoan. American Anthropologist, 61 (6), 1078–1083.
  • Trager, George L.; & Valdez, Genevieve. (1937). English loans in Colorado Spanish. American Speech, 12 (1), 34–44.
  • Whorf, Benjamin L.; & Trager, George L. (1937). The relationship of Uto-Aztecan and Tanoan. American Anthropologist, 39, 609–624.
  • Trager, George L. (). Benjamin L. Whorf. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (Vol. 16, pp. 536–38).

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