[Lingtyp] New books from Language Science Press

Martin Haspelmath haspelmath at shh.mpg.de
Thu May 16 09:36:30 UTC 2019

Dear all,

You may be interested in the following books, which appeared from 
Language Science Press over the last months. As always, they are free to 

== General books ==

/Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and 
the nature of the evidence/
(Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3)
*Karsten Schmidtke-Bode, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & 
Ilja Seržant (eds.)

/Syntax with oscillators and energy levels/
(Studies in Laboratory Phonology 7)
*Sam Tilsen

/Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics. Second/

/corrected and slightly revised edition/

(Textbooks in Language Sciences 5)

*Paul Kroeger*


/The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology/

(Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4)

*Olivier Bonami, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta*

*Namer (eds.)*


/A typology of questions in Northeast Asia and beyond: An ecological 
perspective (Studies in/Diversity Linguistics 20)

*Andreas Hölzl

/The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using 
orthography profiles/

(Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10)

*Steven Moran and Michael Cysouw.

/René de Saussure and the theory of word formation /

(Classics in Linguistisc 6)

*Stephen R. Anderson and Louis de Saussure (eds.)

== Grammars ==

/A grammar of Pichi/

(Studies in Diversity Linguistics 23)

*Kofi Yakpo*

po http://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/85

/A grammar of Komnzo/

(Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22)

*Christian Döhler*


== Other works on the world’s languages ==

/Bridging constructions/

(Studies in Diversity Linguistics 24)

*Valérie Guérin (ed.)*


/Information structure in Isthmus Zapotec narrative and conversation/

(Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 3)

*Juan José Bueno Holle*


/East Benue-Congo: Nouns, pronouns, and verbs/

(Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 1)

*John R. Watters (ed.)*


/The acrolect in Jamaica: The architecture of phonological variation/

(Studies in Caribbean Languages 1)

*G. Alison Irvine-Sobers*


/A cross-linguistic perspective on information structure in Austronesian/


(Studies in Diversity Linguistics 21)

*Sonja Riesberg, Asako Shiohara & Atsuko Utsumi (eds.)*



Martin Haspelmath (haspelmath at shh.mpg.de <mailto:haspelmath at shh.mpg.de>)
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History
Kahlaische Strasse 10	
D-07745 Jena
Leipzig University
Institut fuer Anglistik
IPF 141199
D-04081 Leipzig

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