Bartelt, Guillermo

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.

ETHNOLINGUISTIC COMPETENCE AT THE POWWOW: DANCING ACROSS THE BOUNDARIES OF IDENTITY
2022 1-4955-0993-1
Dr. Guillermo Bartelt uses sociolinguistic analysis in his study of American Indian English. In this book, he focuses specifically on the powwow: "As a participant observer, I found powwows to offer fascinating discourse data for ethnographic and linguistic interpretations." He proceeds by, "analyzing the cognitive and social functions of discourse and semiotics in the context of powwow events in rural Oregon and Washington as well as urban Southern California."

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INDIAN ENGLISH AS CULTURAL IDENTITY MARKING IN THE WORKS OF N. SCOTT MOMADAY: ETHNOLINGUISTIC DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
2022 1495509923
Using discourse analysis with a focus on literary style, Dr. Guillermo Bartelt offers an examination and discussion of N. Scott Momaday's literary works. "The examination of literary style presents a unique opportunity for the interdisciplinary exploration of the intersection of language and culture." In the course of his discussion, Bartelt shows that, "instead of deliberate obfuscation, of which Momaday has often been accused in the critical literature...[there is] a conscious decision on his part to offer an enhanced ability to present a native perspective."

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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


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Socio and Stylo Linguistic Perspectives on American Indian English Texts
2001 0-7734-7346-7
The emerging theme is the (re)construction of American Indian tribal identities in terms of a newly created intertribal consciousness in an urban setting. The work 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.

Price: $159.95