[Tibeto-burman-linguistics] A Grammar of Darma

Christina Willis Oko willisoko at gmail.com
Sun Sep 15 18:52:28 UTC 2019

Greetings Tibeto-Burmanists,

I am pleased to announce that Brill has published my grammar of Darma:


*A Grammar of Darma* provides the first comprehensive description of this
Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Uttarakhand, India. The analysis is
informed by a functional-typological framework and draws on a corpus of
data gathered through elicitation, observation and recordings of natural
discourse. Every effort has been made to describe day-to-day language, so
whenever possible, illustrative examples are taken from extemporaneous
speech and contextualized. Sections of the grammar should appeal widely to
scholars interested in South Asia’s languages and cultures, including
discussions of the socio-cultural setting, the sound system,
morphosyntactic, clause and discourse structure. The grammar’s
interlinearized texts and glossary provide a trove of useful information
for comparative linguists working on Tibeto-Burman languages and anyone
interested in the world’s less-commonly spoken languages.

Christina Willis Oko

willisoko at gmail.com
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