Bartelt, Guillermo Books

Guillermo Bartelt is a sociolinguist at California State University Northridge, who applies ethnographic methodologies to American Indian and English language and cultural contact phenomena. After receiving his PhD in linguistics from the University of Arizona, he was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California at Berkeley and a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Kassel, Germany.

N. Scott Momaday’s Native American Ideology in house Made of Dawn (1968) : Stylolinguistic Analyses of Defamliarization in Contemporary American Indian Literature
2010 0-7734-1419-3


Socio- and Stylolinguistic Perspectives on American Indian English Texts
2001 0-7734-7346-7
Part One interprets cultural meanings as revealed in prosodic and temporal phenomena in spoken English discourse data. The emerging theme is the (re)construction of American Indian tribal identities in terms of a newly created intertribal consciousness in an urban setting. Part Two introduces an ethnography of writing approach not only as a contribution to the intersection of linguistics and literature in general but as a valid approach to American Indian texts in particular.