Language and languages
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Contains reports, meeting minutes, projects, proposals, research grants, budgets, and correspondence for the Language Research Center from 1971-1978.
Collection contains two videodiscs of the annual folklore lecture by Steve Siporin, these titled "A Bear and a Bandit: What a legendary Utah grizzly and an Italian brigand have in common." This lecture was on “A Bear and a Bandit,” an essay in the winter 2015 Utah Historical Quarterly which compared the story of the grizzly bear Old Ephraim in Cache Valley, Utah, with the tale of the famous Italian bandit Tiburzi in Maremma, Italy. Materials dated November 8, 2013.
Contains notes in the form of notebooks and typescripts, compiled by Gates between the years 1898 and 1940, on both Mesoamerican and non-Mesoamerican languages, as well as geographical notes and calindrical studies.