[Tibeto-burman-linguistics] Question about Zo, or Zou

Chris Button chris.button at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 26 13:52:07 UTC 2018

Dear Tim

I sent originals or scans all my materials on the Pau Cin Hau scripts (both kinds), that are still in a very limited and restricted used by a very small number of Tedim speakers, to Anshuman Pandey who I believe has also done some work on the other script you mention for another "Zou" language (yes - there are many of them). You should be able to find his contact info online. I believe he also shared some of the materials with Piers Kelly at the Max Planck Institute - again you should be able to find him online.

All the best


From: Tibeto-burman-linguistics <tibeto-burman-linguistics-bounces at listserv.linguistlist.org> on behalf of Brookes, Tim <brookes at champlain.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, December 25, 2018 9:20 AM
To: tibeto-burman-linguistics
Subject: [Tibeto-burman-linguistics] Question about Zo, or Zou

Dear Colleagues:
I'm researching the Zou language, and I must confess to being confused. It sounds as though there are several related Zou languages--is this correct? I have also found references to two different scripts: the Pau Cin Hau script, created early in the 20th century, and the Siahzathang script, created in 1952. Can you please help me understand the situation?
Thanks and best wishes,
Tim Brookes
The Endangered Alphabets Project
Champlain College
Burlington, Vermont

Please note: as 2018 moves into 2019, I'll be phasing out the brookes at champlain.edu<mailto:brookes at champlain.edu> email account in favor of tim at endangeredalphabets.com<mailto:tim at endangeredalphabets.com>.
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