Records include correspondence and supporting documents from applicants for research positions, other correspondence, typescripts
of their WORKING PAPERS ON LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS (numbers 1,3, and 8-20), bibliography, and the bulletin from the Survey of
Language Use and Language Teaching in Eastern Africa (1967-69).
The Language Universals Project, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, conducted crosslinguistic studies on various
aspects of phonology, grammar, and semantics. It was directed by Charles A. Ferguson and Joseph H. Greenberg.
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Partially restricted: applicant files are closed to researchers.