Guaraní

Bruno Estigarribia (UNC, Romance Studies) publishes Guaraní Linguistics in the 21st Century (Leiden, 2017), co-edited with Justin Pinta. The book brings together linguistic descriptions and analyses, across a range of subdisciplines, of Guaraní — the only indigenous language in the Americans that is spoken by a non-indigenous majority. Estigarribia is the recent recipient of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for “A Sociolinguistic Study of Guarani, the Indigenous Language of Paraguay.”

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