By Hein van der Voort
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1993). Carlson noted the presence of at least five speakers of Kwaza and recorded a small word-list (Carlson 1984, 1985). ). In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, the Brazilian linguist Ione Vasconcelos did fieldwork in the Tubarão-Latundê reserve on the Aikanã language. ). Carlson made efforts to bring the Kwaza to the attention of the linguistic community. As an indirect result of his efforts, Kwaza and Aikanã were proposed as suitable topics for a pilot-project on endangered South American languages in February 1992, during an experts’ meeting organised by the International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies (CIPSH) and the International Permanent Committee of Linguists (CIPL) at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
5. The present context of the Kwaza 9 Hinton’s research group resulted in a collection of papers on many aspects of the Aikanã language (Hinton ed. 1993). Carlson noted the presence of at least five speakers of Kwaza and recorded a small word-list (Carlson 1984, 1985). ). In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, the Brazilian linguist Ione Vasconcelos did fieldwork in the Tubarão-Latundê reserve on the Aikanã language. ). Carlson made efforts to bring the Kwaza to the attention of the linguistic community.
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A grammar of Kwaza by Hein van der Voort