[Tibeto-burman-linguistics] New Series

Kristine Hildebrandt khildeb at siue.edu
Fri Oct 23 19:24:21 UTC 2020

Hi everyone,

I'd like to alert you all to a new series through Language Science Press.
Topics in Phonological Diversity

Aims and scope

This series provides a platform for researchers in synchronic and
diachronic phonology. By bringing together detailed descriptive work on
individual languages with a comparative, cross-linguistic focus, it aims to
advance our understanding of the evolution and patterning of phonological
systems and the role of phonology in the language system more broadly. We
welcome submissions in the following areas:

   - Phonological descriptions of individual languages
   - Cross-linguistic studies of synchronic and diachronic phonological
   - Historical phonology of languages, their groupings, or particular
   - Interfaces of phonology with morphology, syntax, and phonetics
   - Phonological variation induced by dialectal, areal, and other factors
   - Contact tpd at langsci-press.org

Keep in mind that their books are available for download for free.
Also, outputs are peer-reviewed, and there are these other advantages for
authors and editors:

   - *Open Access* - all books are published free of access to everybody,
   - *No fees* - Currently the publication of a book in Language Science
   Press is free of charge thanks to generous grants from our sponsors.
   - *Retain copyright* - authors retain copyright and are free to
   disseminate your article, make copies for any use, and/or deposit in any
   repository or archive they like.
   - *Support the community *- by publishing your book with us authors
   support the linguistic community and enable young scientists to read their
   - *Be read* - because our books are free to everybody, more people
   access the books and cite you.

I think the aim and scope would work for language-specific or
cross-linguistic synchronic or diachronic studies of Tibeto-Burman
languages. Members of this T-B list have already published excellent books
through this Press. I'm on the editorial board for this series, so if you
have any questions, you could also reach out to me, and I'd be happy to
work with you to get the information you need.

Be well, everyone!

('Thanks' in Manange)

*Kristine A. Hildebrandt*
*Professor, Department of English Language & Literature
*Co-Founder, Co-Director The IRIS Center <https://iris.siue.edu/> at SIUE*
*President, Endangered Language Fund

*Executive Committee Member, Association for Linguistic Typology
*Editor, Himalayan Linguistics

*Southern Illinois University Edwardsville*

*Box 1431Edwardsville, IL 62026 U.S.A.618-650-3991 (department voicemail)*

*khildeb at siue.edu <khildeb at siue.edu>http://www.siue.edu/~khildeb
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