19.2256, FYI: New Brill Series - Call for Manuscripts

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Subject: 19.2256, FYI: New Brill Series - Call for Manuscripts

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BRILL'S STUDIES IN THE INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES OF THE AMERICAS 
www.brill.nl/bsila

Series Editors:
David Beck (University of Alberta)
Mily Crevels (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Hein van der Voort (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Roberto Zavala (CIESAS-Sureste)	

<i>Brill's Studies in the Indigenous Languages of the Americas</i> (ISSN
1876 - 5580) is a brand-new peer-reviewed book series that offers an
international forum for high-quality scholarly studies on the indigenous
languages of South, Central and North America, including the Arctic. The
publications in this series will concern both descriptive and analytical
work on American indigenous languages, including handbooks, language
surveys, grammatical descriptions, theoretical, historical, areal and
typological monographs or particularly well-organized edited volumes with a
central theme. Even though the scope of the series is international,
authors are encouraged to write in English to maximize readership. We
expect to publish four new volumes per year in this series. 

<b>Readership</b>: The core target of the series consists of Americanists,
typologists,  theoretical linguists and general linguists. In addition, the
series aims at scholars in related disciplines, such as anthropologists,
archaeologists, ethnobiologists, historians and geneticists. 

For enquiries or to submit a manuscript proposal, please contact:

Managing Editors: 	
Dr. M. Crevels / Dr. H. van der Voort	
Radboud University Nijmegen	
Department of Linguistics	
P.O. Box 9103	
6500 HD Nijmegen	
The Netherlands 
m.crevels at let.ru.nl / hvoort at xs4all.nl	

Liesbeth Kanis
Acquisitions Editor Language & Linguistics
BRILL
P.O. Box 9000
2300 PA Leiden
The Netherlands
kanis at brill.nl 



Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
                     Historical Linguistics
                     Typology





 






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