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Pyu excerpt from Sino-Tibetan Linguistics

STEDT is pleased to make available a pdf scan of Appendix VI from Volume 12:2 of Shafer & Benedict's "Sino-Tibetan Linguistics", regarding Pyu. See the Publications page for more information.

ICSTLL 47

47th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics

Yunnan Normal University (YNNU), Kunming, Yunnan, China, 17 - 19 October 2014

Conference Website

Third Circular (pdf)  |  Supplementary Notice

Fee-Waiver Application (docx)

Additional Conferences

Information courtesy of Prof. David Bradley

Heritage Maintenance for Endangered Languages in Yunnan, China (4)
Yuxi Normal University, 20 - 21 October 2014

Yuxi is less than one hour south of Chenggong, the location of ICSTLL 47. Transportation will be provided from Chenggong to Yuxi for this workshop.

More information here: HMELYC4 announcement

International Workshop on the Sociolinguistics of Language Endangerment (3)
Yunnan Nationalities University, Chenggong campus, 22 - 23 October 2014

Transportation for participants from Yuxi to Chenggong and from Chenggong to Kunming airport will be provided.

More information here: SoLE-3 announcement

STEDT Workshop Handout

The handout for the upcoming STEDT Workshop at ICSTLL46 is available here: http://stedt.berkeley.edu/icstll46/STEDT_Cheat_Sheet.pdf

ICSTLL 46 - 4th Circular

The fourth circular for ICSTLL 46 has been posted! See here:

http://sites.dartmouth.edu/icstll46/home/fourth-circular-july-2013/

ICSTLL46 - 3rd Circular

The third circular for ICSTLL 46 has been posted! See here:

http://sites.dartmouth.edu/icstll46/home/third-circular-may-2013/

ICSTLL 46 - 2nd Circular

The second circular for ICSTLL 46 has been posted! See here:

http://sites.dartmouth.edu/icstll46/home/second-circular-march-2013/

Most publications now available for free download

The STEDT Publications page has been updated with downloadable pdf's. Check it out!

New Data: Tangkhulic, etc.

Once again, thanks to David Mortensen, the STEDT database now contains thousands of forms from his fieldwork on the Tangkhulic languages, as well as much of the data from Brown's 1837 work, Comparison of Indo-Chinese Languages.

New Data: Sorbung

Courtesy of David Mortensen, the STEDT database now contains 770 forms from Sorbung, a previously-undocumented language of Manipur!

Interface Update: Search by form

The STEDT Simple Search interface has now been updated to support searches on the form of an etymon or reflex. Check it out!

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