Joseph H. Greenberg

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Historical linguistics, linguistic typology, African languages, mass comparison
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Greenberg JH. (1996) The "Greenberg" hypothesis. Science (New York, N.Y.). 274: 1447; author reply 1
Greenberg JH. (1993) Linguistic Typology and History Current Anthropology. 34: 503-505
Greenberg JH, Ruhlen M. (1992) Linguistic Origins Of Native Americans Scientific American. 267: 94-99
Bateman R, Goddard I, O'Grady R, et al. (1990) Speaking of Forked Tongues: The Feasibility of Reconciling Human Phylogeny and the History of Language [and Comments] Current Anthropology. 31: 1-24
Greenberg JH. (1989) Classification of American Indian Languages: A Reply to Campbell Language. 65: 107-114
Greenberg JH. (1989) The Internal and External Syntax of Numerical Expressions: Explaining Language Specific Rules Belgian Journal of Linguistics. 4: 105-118
Campbell L, Greenberg JH. (1988) Language in the Americas Language. 64: 591
Greenberg JH. (1988) Archeology:Archaeology and Language: The Puzzle of Indo‐European Origins. Colin Renfrew American Anthropologist. 90: 1029-1030
Greenberg JH. (1987) The Present Status of Markedness Theory: A Reply to Scheffler Journal of Anthropological Research. 43: 367-374
Greenberg JH, Turner CG, Zegura SL, et al. (1986) The Settlement of the Americas: A Comparison of the Linguistic, Dental, and Genetic Evidence [and Comments and Reply] Current Anthropology. 27: 477-497
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