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Frances Karttunen - Publications since 2000
2015. Something Should Be Done
2014. Nantucket's North Shore: A Neighborhood History
2013. Ways Off Shore
2012. Moses Tapped The Washing Pond
2011. Good Things From Nantucket’s North Shore: A Culinary Memoir
2010. Nantucket Places and People 4: Underground
2009. Nantucket Places and People 3: Out of Town
2009. Nantucket Places and People 2: South of Main Street
2009. Nantucket Places and People 1: Main Street to the North Shore
2007. Law and Disorder in Old Nantucket. (Second edition 2009)
2005. The Other Islanders: People Who Pulled Nantucket’s Oars. New Bedford: Spinner Publications.
2005. La Conquista, with Lorenzo Ferrero. Premiere production as Montezuma in March 2005. Commissioned by The National Theater, Prague.
“Rethinking Malinche.” http://NuestraFamiliaUnida.com/podcast/mujer.html
Contributions to Educational Website Mexicolore.co.uk
“Aztec Voices Across the Centuries”
“Doña Marina” Parts 1 and 2
“Nahuatl Borrowings from Spanish”
2000. Issues of Minority Peoples, edited with Jan-Ola Östman. Occasional Papers of the Department of General Linguistics 31. Helsinki: University of Helsinki Department of General Linguistics.
2010. "Finding Freedom on Nantucket." In Nantucket Magazine, Winter 2010: 25-27.
2007. “Putnam’s Challenge: Creating Community Connection Through Public History.” In Communities and Connections: Writings in North American Studies, edited by Ari Helo. Renvall Institute, University of Helsinki: 54-60.
2006.“Making Their Mark: African Nantucketers and Literacy.” In Nantucket’s People of Color: Essays on History, Politics and Community, edited by Robert Johnson Jr. University Press of America: 161-177.
“Captain Boston Had A Wife: Nantucket’s Black Women Made Their Mark.” In Nantucket Life, 2006 Annual (a special issue of Cape Cod Life Publications): 32-37.
“The Portrait of Absalom Boston.” In Historic Nantucket. Vol. 55, No. 1: 11-14.
2005. “Spotlight on The Other Islanders.” In Nantucket Magazine. Early Summer 2005: 74-82.
Review of Black and White Women’s Travel Narratives: Antebellum Explorations by Cheryl Fish; Narrative of the Life and Travels of Mrs. Nancy Prince, Written by Herself; and A Black Woman’s Odyssey Through Russia and Jamaica: The Narrative of Nancy Prince, edited by Ronald G. Walters. In Historic Nantucket, Vol. 54, No. 1: 18-19.
“Nahuatl for the Twenty-First Century.” Review article about twelve books published between 2001 and 2004: Making Dictionaries: Preserving Indigenous Languages of the Americas, edited by Frawley, Hill, and Munro; Hippocrene Concise Dictionary: Nahuatl-English, English-Nahuatl (Herrera); Arte de la lengua Mexicans... (Olmos); Grammar of the Mexican Language with an Explanation of Its Adverbs (Carochi); Nahuatl as Written... (Lockhart); Introduction to Classical Nahuatl, 2nd edition (Andrews); Workbook for Introduction to Classical Nahuatl (Andrews); A Guide to Nahuatl Language Manuscripts Held in United States Repositories (Schwaller); Nahua Confraternities... The 1552 Nahuatl Ordinances (Molina); Sahagún at Five Hundred (Schwaller, ed.); Bernardino de Sahagún: First Anthropologist (León-Portilla); Seven Myths of the Spanish Conquest (Restall). In Ethnohistory 52 2: 449-77.
2004. “The Adventurous John Egle.” In Historic Nantucket, Vol. 53, No. 1: 9-11.
2003. “Nikita Carpenko.” In Historic Nantucket, Vol. 52, No. 3: 13-15.
“In Memoriam: Elizabeth Alden Little.” In Historic Nantucket, Vol. 52, No. 4: 26.
2002. “Dorcas Honorable: The Life and Heritage of an Oft-Married Woman” and “Diversity Comes to Nantucket.” In Historic Nantucket, Vol. 51, No. 1: 15-20.
“Living in the China Closet.” In Historic Nantucket, Vol. 51, No. 4: 15-17.
2001. “Dorcas Honorable: a Much-Married Woman.” In Roots and Renewal: Writings by Bicentennial Fulbright Professors, edited by Mark Shackleton and Maarika Toivonen. Helsinki: Renvall Institute: 72-76.
“Nahuatl.” In Facts About the World’s Languages, edited by Jane Garry and Carl Rubino. New York and Dublin: The H. W. Wilson Company. A New England Publishing Associates Book: 502-505.
“Texts from my grandmother’s autograph book.” In Postcards, Implicitness, Construction, edited by Ville Laakso, Jaakko Leino, and Jarno Raukko. Helsinki: Festschrift for Jan-Ola Östman: 16-22.
2000. “Nantucket in a New England Dialect Atlas.” In Historic Nantucket, Vol. 49, No. 3: 15-17.
“Approaching the Semimillenium: Language Contact in Latin America.” In Uto-Aztecan Structural, Temporal, and Geographic Perspectives: Papers in Memory of Wick R. Miller by the Friends of Uto-Aztecan, edited by Eugene H. Casad and Thomas L. Willet. Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico: Universidad de Sonora: 387-409.
“Interpreters Snatched from the Shore.” In The Language Encounter in the Americas, 1492 to 1800, edited by Edward G. Gray and Norman Fiering. New York: Berghahn Books: 215-229.
“Raising the Alarm for Endangered Languages.” In Issues of Minority Peoples, edited by Frances Karttunen and Jan-Ola Östman. Occasional Papers of the Department of General Linguistics 31. Helsinki: University of Helsinki Department of General Linguistics: 17-36.
“Apéndice: Mowentike Chalman/Los peregrinos de Chalma de Jean Charlot.” In Jean Charlot: Escritos sobre arte mexicano, edited by Peter Morse and John Charlot. www2.hawaii.edu/special/charlotescritosapp.html.
“The Linguistic Career of Doña Luz Jiménez.” In Estudios de cultura náhuatl 30: 267-274, and in Luz Jiménez. símbolo de un pueblo milenario 1897-1965 (exhibit catalogue). Mexico City: Ediciones Gernika: 121-131 (Spanish) and 151-153 (English).
Review of Indigenous Literacies of the Americas: Language Planning from the Bottom Up, edited by Nancy Hornberger. New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1997. And International Journal of the Sociology of Language 132: Indigenous Language Use and Change in the Americas, edited by Teresa L. McCarty and Ofelia Zepeda. New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1998. In Ethnohistory 47.3-4: 827-831.