Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale vol. 39, no. 2 is out!

Randy LaPolla R.LaPolla at
Thu Jul 14 03:55:11 UTC 2011

Dear colleagues,

We are happy to announce the new issue of the journal Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale (vol. 39, no. 2) with articles by: (i) Daniel Huber; (ii) Marta Donazzan, Sylviane Schwer, and Lucia Tovana; and (iii) Li Luxia. (Please find the table of contents below.) If you are interested in getting a copy, then please refer to the distribution information for the journal at:

Best wishes,

The Editors

Katia Chirkova and Christine Lamarre
at Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale

131, Bd Saint-Michel
75005 Paris, France

Tél. : (01) 53105410
E-mail : cahierslao at

Table of contents vol. 39, no. 2 (2010)

Daniel HUBER                                   On the chronology of the changes
                                                         to Proto-Tai initial clusters *pl-,
                                                         *ml-, *kl- in Northern Tai

                                                         Sur la chronologie des changements
                                                         des groupes initiaux proto-taï *pl-,
                                                         *ml-, *kl- en taï du nord

Marta DONAZZAN,                            Les adverbes zài du chinois mandarin
Sylviane SCHWER                            et encore dans le système temporel de
et Lucia TOVANA                              Reichenbach

                                                          Mandarin Chinese adverb ZÀI and
                                                          French ENCORE in Reichenbach’s
                                                          temporal system

LI Luxia                                              也论转折连词“然”和“然而”

                                                          On the formation of concessive
                                                          conjunctions rán and rán’ér

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