Alexander R. Coupe, Editor
Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area is a peer reviewed (refereed) journal devoted to the synchronic and diachronic study of the languages of the Southeast Asian linguistic area, especially the vast and ramified Tibeto-Burman family. In addition to Tibeto-Burman, articles have appeared on all the major language families of mainland Southeast Asia (see Cumlative Index and the individual tables of contents).
LTBA was founded in 1974, and has been in continuous publication ever since, attracting contributions from many of the leading scholars in the field.
Library of Congress No.: 82-640813
OCLC No.: 4790670
LTBA has moved!
Starting with issue 35.2, LTBA will be edited and produced in Singapore by Dr. Alexander R. Coupe of Nanyang Technological University. See full address below.
Issue 35.2 is now out!
Issue 35.2 includes the following papers: R. Jeffrey GREEN: The
phonology of voicing and aspiration in Amdo Tibetan; Felix
HALLER: Vowel harmony in Shigatse Tibetan; BoydMICHAILOVSKY:
Internal reconstruction of the Dumi verb: lexical bases and stem
formation; Guillaume JACQUES: A new transcription system for Old
and Classical Tibetan; Martine MAZAUDON: The influence of tone
and affrication on manner - some irregular manner
correspondences in the Tamang group; Cathryn YANG: Classifying
Lalo languages - sub-grouping, phonetic distance, and
intelligibility; Lauren GAWNE and Amos TEO: Conference report -
NEW Address for Submissions and Subscriptions
Dr. Alexander R. Coupe
Division of Linguistics & Multilingual Studies, HSS 03-56
Nanyang Technological University