Works on South Asian Languages in Europe, 2007-2009
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VYAKARAN: South Asian Languages and Linguistics Net
Editors: Tej K. Bhatia, Syracuse University, New York
John Peterson, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
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Many thanks to all who have sent me their publications on SA languages
for the years 2007-2009! BTW: I forgot to mention in my email that it
is for the "Annual Review of South Asian Languages and Linguistics",
just in case someone was wondering.
More titles are always welcome!
>> VYAKARAN: South Asian Languages and Linguistics Net
>> Editors: Tej K. Bhatia, Syracuse University, New York
>> John Peterson, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
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>> PLEASE FORWARD TO INTERESTED COLLEAGUES!!!
>> Dear all,
>> I am currently in the process of compiling the commentated bibliography
>> on studies on South Asian languages by scholars residing in Europe for
>> the years 2007-2009 (other regions will be covered by other authors).
>> Although such a bibliography will never - and probably can never - be
>> exhaustive, I would nevertheless like to take this opportunity to ask
>> those members of this list who reside/work in Europe and who have
>> published works on these languages from and including 2007-2009 to
>> please inform me of their work so that I can incorporate this
>> information into the upcoming bibliography and make it more
>> I would therefore be grateful if you could let me know of your own work
>> (or that of your colleagues) on any aspect of South Asian languages of
>> the past three years. This includes - but is not restricted to! - the
>> following areas:
>> - grammars
>> - phonology
>> - historical linguistics
>> - traditional grammatical studies
>> - lexicography
>> - sociolinguistic aspects
>> - morphosyntactic studies
>> - computational linguistics
>> - (machine) translation
>> - writing systems / literacy studies
>> - linguistic convergences / language areas
>> - and much, much more!
>> I look forward to hearing from you!
>> "Stability in language is synonymous with rigor mortis."
>> (Ernest Weekley, 1865-1954)
>> John Peterson
>> Institut für Linguistik
>> Universität Leipzig
>> Beethovenstraße 15
>> D-04107 Leipzig
>> Phone: (+49) (0)341 97-37643
>> Fax: (+49) (0)341 97-37609
"Stability in language is synonymous with rigor mortis."
(Ernest Weekley, 1865-1954)
Institut für Linguistik
Phone: (+49) (0)341 97-37643
Fax: (+49) (0)341 97-37609
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