HImalayan Linguistics 10.1 and Field Reports

Carol Genetti cgenetti at LINGUISTICS.UCSB.EDU
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Two Announcements from Himalayan Linguistics
A free peer-reviewed web journal and archive devoted to the study of the
languages of the Himalayas

Himalayan Linguistics 10.1, Special Issue in Memory of Michael Noonan and
David Watters, has now been published. The table of contents is attached.

Download the volume or individual contributions at

With this issue Himalayan Linguistics officially inaugurates a new category
of contribution: Field Reports:

Field Reports are descriptive studies which either provide a brief
introduction to a language with little previous literature or present a
coherent analysis of a single linguistic subsystem (e.g, relative clauses
or tense-aspect marking). The primary goal of Field Reports is to increase
the descriptive resources available on Himalayan languages. This contrasts
with the primary goal of articles, which is to advance our understanding of
theoretical, typological, or historical issues. Field Reports are peer

For more information: www.linguistics.ucsb.edu/HimalayanLinguistics

Subscription is free!
Submissions are welcome!

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