Bibliography of the Ainu

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Historical extent of the Ainu.

This is a bibliography of works on the Ainu people of modern Japan and the Russian Far East.

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  • John Batchelor (1908). An Ainu-English-Japanese Dictionary, including A Grammar of the Ainu Language. Methodist Publishing House. 
  • Basil Hall Chamberlain; John Batchelor (1887). Ainu grammar. Imperial University. 
  • Hattori, Shirō, ed. (1964). An Ainu dialect dictionary (アイヌ語方言辞典, Ainugo hōgen jiten) [An Ainu dialect dictionary with Ainu, Japanese, and English indexes]. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten (岩波書店, Iwanami Shoten). 
  • Shigeru Kayano (萱野 茂, Kayano Shigeru) (October 2002). Shigeru Kayano's Ainu Dictionary (萱野茂のアイヌ語辞典, Kayano Shigeru no Ainugo Jiten) (in Japanese). Sanseido (三省堂, Sanseidō). ISBN 978-4-385-17052-7. 
  • Miller, Roy Andrew (1967). The Japanese Language. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle. 
  • Murasaki, Kyōko (1977). Karafuto Ainugo: Sakhalin Rayciska Ainu Dialect—Texts and Glossary. Tokyo: Kokushokankōkai. 
  • Murasaki, Kyōko (1978). Karafuto Ainugo: Sakhalin Rayciska Ainu Dialect—Grammar. Tokyo: Kokushokankōkai. 
  • Hiroshi Nakagawa (中川 裕, Nakagawa Hiroshi) (February 1995). Ainu (Chitosei Dialect) Dictionary (アイヌ語千歳方言辞典, Ainugo Chitosei Hōgo Jiten) [The Ainu-Japanese Dictionary, Chitosei Dialect] (in Japanese). Sofukan (草風館, Sōfūkan). ISBN 978-4-883-23078-5. 
  • Bronisław Piłsudski (1998). Alfred F. Majewicz, ed. The Aborigines of Sakhalin. The Collected Works of Bronisław Piłsudski. I. Berlin-New York: Walter de Gruyter. p. 792. ISBN 3-11-010928-X. 
  • Refsing, Kirsten (1986). The Ainu Language: The Morphology and Syntax of the Shizunai Dialect. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press. ISBN 87-7288-020-1. 
  • Shibatani, Masayoshi (1990). The Languages of Japan. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-36918-5. 
  • Suzuko Tamura (田村 すず子, Tamura Suzuko) (August 1996). Ainu (Saru Dialect) Dictionary (アイヌ語沙流方言辞典, Ainugo Saru Hōgo Jiten) [The Ainu-Japanese Dictionary, Saru Dialect] (in Japanese). Sofukan (草風館, Sōfūkan). ISBN 978-4-883-23093-8. 
  • Tamura, Suzuko (2000). The Ainu Language. Tokyo: Sanseido. ISBN 4-385-35976-8. 
  • Vovin, Alexander (1992). "The origins of the Ainu language". The Third International Symposium on Language and Linguistics. Chulalongkorn University: 672–686. 
  • Vovin, Alexander (1993). A Reconstruction of Proto-Ainu. Leiden: Brill. ISBN 90-04-09905-0. 
  • Vovin, Alexander (August 1997). A Reconstruction of Proto-Ainu. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-9-004-09905-0. 
  • Vovin, Alexander (2008). "Man'yōshū to Fudoki ni Mirareru Fushigina Kotoba to Jōdai Nihon Retto ni Okeru Ainugo no Bunpu" [Strange Words in the Man'yoshū and the Fudoki and the Distribution of the Ainu Language in the Japanese Islands in Prehistory] (PDF). Kokusai Nihon Bunka Kenkyū Sentā. 
Proposed classifications
  • Bengtson, John D. (2006). "A multilateral look at Greater Austric". Mother Tongue. 11: 219–258. 
  • Georg, Stefan; Michalove, Peter A.; Ramer, Alexis Manaster; Sidwell, Paul J. (1999). "Telling general linguists about Altaic". Journal of Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 35: 65–98. doi:10.1017/s0022226798007312. 
  • Greenberg, Joseph H. (2000–2002). Indo-European and Its Closest Relatives. Stanford: Stanford University Press. ISBN 0-8047-3812-2. 
  • Patrie, James (1982). The Genetic Relationship of the Ainu Language. Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii. ISBN 0-8248-0724-3. 
  • Shafer, R. (1965). "Studies in Austroasian II". Studia Orientalia. 30 (5). 
  • Street, John C. (1962). "Review of N. Poppe, Vergleichende Grammatik der altaischen Sprachen, Teil I (1960)". Language. 38: 92–98. doi:10.2307/411195. 

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