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Studies in Diversity Linguistics

Chief Editor

  • Martin Haspelmath (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena )

Consulting Editors

  • Fernando Zúñiga (University of Berne)
  • Peter Arkadiev (Institute of Slavic Studies RAS, Moscow)
  • Ruth Singer (University of Melbourne)
  • Pilar Valenzuela (Chapman University, California)

Editorial Board

  • Gregory D.S. Anderson (Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages, Oregon)
  • Isabelle Bril (CNRS-LACITO, Paris)
  • Sonia Cristofaro (University of Pavia)
  • Rik De Busser (National Chenchi University, Taiwan)
  • Mark Dingemanse (MPI Nijmegen)
  • Matthew S. Dryer (University at Buffalo)
  • Ekkehard König (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm (Stockholm University)
  • Stephen Matthews (University of Hong Kong)
  • Matti Miestamo (Stockholm University)
  • Andrey Shluinsky (Institute of Linguistics RAS, Moscow)
  • Aaron Sonnenschein (California State University, Los Angeles)
  • Siri Tuttle (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
  • Martine Vanhove (CNRS-LLACAN, Paris)
  • Honore Watanabe (ILCAA, Tokyo)

Aims and Scope

This book series will publish book-length studies on individual less-widely studied languages (especially, but not only reference grammars), as well as works in broadly comparative typological linguistics that takes into account the world-wide diversity of human languages. Work on individual languages and broadly comparative work is of a different nature, but this book series sees the two as closely related: Comparative studies need in-depth work on individual languages from around the world to build on, and descriptive work is done best in a comparative perspective.


Studies in Diversity Linguistics has the ISSN 2363-5568.



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