Benjamin Lee Whorf Papers, 1914-1957
- Published by Scholarly Resources, Inc.
Benjamin Lee Whorf, linguist, and anthropologist was a pioneer in the study of the Nahuatl, Maya, and Hopi languages, publishing numerous articles on his findings. The strength of this collection lies in the published and unpublished writings and research notes on topics including Aztec linguistics, Maya hieroglyphs, and notes on Mexican research trips.
Covering the years from 1923 to his death in 1941, The Benjamin Lee Whorf Papers are divided into four sections:
- Correspondence among the prominent correspondents are Franz Boas, Franz Blom, and Edward Sapir.
- Writings on Linguistics -- Whorf's notes, drafts, published writings, unpublished writings and research notes.
- Writings on Science and Religion.
This collection will appeal to all those interested in Native American Studies and linguistics.
Number of rolls: 5
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