Fwd: LD&C Vol. 1 No. 2 is now available

Nicholas Thieberger thien at UNIMELB.EDU.AU
Mon Dec 17 23:41:43 UTC 2007

Dear RNLD list,

The December 2007 issue (Volume 1, Number 2) of 
Language Documentation & Conservation (LD&C) is 
now available at: http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/ldc/

Please consider submitting an article or writing 
a review of a tool or process you are using that 
others could be interested in learning about. The 
journal is particularly interested in exploring 
new means of presentation of linguistic material 
using online media. The next deadline will be in 
April 2008.

All the best,

Nick Thieberger

---Table of Contents---

Volume 1, Number 2 (December 2007)


Natqgu Literacy: Capturing Three Domains for Written Language Use
Brenda H. Boerger

The Use of Perception Tests in Studying the Tonal 
System of Prinmi Dialects: A Speaker-centered 
Approach to Descriptive Linguistics
Picus Sizhi Ding

The Gbe Language Continuum of West Africa: A 
Synchronic Typological Approach to Prioritizing 
In-depth Sociolinguistic Research on Literature 
Angela Kluge

Bislama into Kwamera: Code-mixing and Language Change on Tanna (Vanuatu)
Lamont Lindstrom

Fostering the Growth of Budding Community 
Initiatives: The Role of Linguists in Tokelauan 
Maintenance in Hawai'i
Yuko Otsuka and Andrew Wong

Collaborative Linguistic Fieldwork: Practical 
Application of the Empowerment Model
Racquel-Maria Yamada


Review of EUDICO Linguistic Annotator (ELAN)
Reviewed by: Andrea L. Berez

Review of Audiamus 2.3
Reviewed by: Amanda Brotchie

Review of LexiquePro
Reviewed by: Valirie Guirin and Sibastien Lacrampe

Review of Fontographer
Reviewed by: Mia Kalish


Review of A Hausa-English Dictionary
Reviewed by: William R. Leben

Review of When Languages Die
Reviewed by: Keren Rice


LD&C is a fully refereed, open-access journal 
sponsored by the National Foreign Language 
Resource Center and published exclusively in 
electronic form by the University of Hawai'i 

The LD&C Editorial Staff

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