[Tibeto-burman-linguistics] Himalayan Linguistics 19.2 is published!

Kristine Hildebrandt khildeb at siue.edu
Mon Feb 22 17:30:13 UTC 2021

We are pleased to announce the release of *Himalayan Linguistics* 19.2.
This is a smaller issue in terms of number of articles, but it is
nevertheless substantial in terms of content.


—Language and Dialect Relations in Bumthang, by Mark Donohue

—A Sketch Grammar of Siyuewu Khroskyabs, by Allison Taylor-Adams and Yulha
Lhawa (scroll down to the bottom of the page—I am working with UC
e-Scholarship to get that moved up higher in the queue)

—And, there is also a tribute to Robbins Burling (1926-2021), by Mark Post
and Steve Burling

Thank you to the valuable feedback by anonymous peer reviewers, and thank
you also to You-Jing Lin and her student assistants for the excellent
copy-editing. Keep an eye out for a themed issue in 20.1, guest-edited by
David Peterson, on aspects of South Central (Kuki-Chin) languages. Please
share the link and information widely.

Best wishes,

'Thanks' in Manange <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manang_language>

Kristine Hildebrandt
Professor, English Language & Literature
Co-Director, The IRIS Digital Humanities Center <https://iris.siue.edu/>
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
President, Endangered Language Fund <http://www.endangeredlanguagefund.org/>
Editor, *Himalayan Linguistics
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