Benveniste, Émile, 1902-1976

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Dates:
Birth 1902-05-27
Death 1976-10-03
French
French

Biographical notes:

Émile Benveniste (1902-1976) was a French structural linguist, best known for his work on Indo-European languages. Initially studying at the Sorbonne, he began teaching at the École Pratique des Hautes Études and was elected to the Collège de France a decade later in 1937 as professor of linguistics. He held his seat at the Collège de France until 1969 when he retired due to deteriorating health. He served as the first President of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, 1969-1972. (From Wikipedia article on Benveniste.)

From the description of Émile Benveniste papers, 1952-1953. (University of Alaska, Fairbanks). WorldCat record id: 314194614

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Subjects:

  • Athapascan Indians--Languages
  • Athapascan languages--Glossaries, vocabularies, etc
  • Tlingit language--Glossaries, vocabularies, etc
  • Alaska Natives--Languages
  • Linguistics
  • Haida language--Glossaries, vocabularies, etc

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  • Alaska (as recorded)
  • Yukon (as recorded)