What secondary literature exists on the historical context and significance of Franz Boas’ (1889) essay “On alternating sounds” or on his approach to phonology more generally?
Darnell (1998) of course mentions Boas’ essay at a few points. Anderson (1985) has a chapter on Boas, but takes a rather presentist and narrow, discipline-internal perspective, and is a bit light on references.
Answers and discussion in the comments would be most welcome.
Anderson, Stephen R. 1985. Phonology in the Twentieth Century: Theories of Rules and Theories of Representations. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Boas, Franz. 1889. On alternating sounds. American Anthropologist 2.1, pp. 47-54.
Darnell, Regna. 1998. And along came Boas: continuity and revolution in Americanist anthropology. Amsterdam: Benjamins.