Studies in Diversity Linguistics

33 Titles
 Studies in Diversity Linguistics

Chief Editor

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

Editorial Board

  • Gregory D.S. Anderson (Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages, Oregon)
  • Peter Arkadiev (Institute of Slavic Studies RAS, Moscow)
  • Isabelle Bril (CNRS-LACITO, Paris)
  • Sonia Cristofaro (University of Pavia)
  • Christian Döhler (University of Cologne)
  • Rik De Busser (National Chenchi University, Taiwan)
  • Mark Dingemanse (MPI Nijmegen)
  • Matthew S. Dryer (University at Buffalo)
  • Alexandre François (CNRS-Lattice, Paris)
  • Ekkehard König (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm (Stockholm University)
  • Stephen Matthews (University of Hong Kong)
  • Matti Miestamo (University of Helsinki)
  • Andrey Shluinsky (Institute of Linguistics RAS, Moscow)
  • Ruth Singer (University of Melbourne)
  • Aaron Sonnenschein (California State University, Los Angeles)
  • Siri Tuttle (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
  • Pilar Valenzuela (Chapman University, California)
  • Martine Vanhove (CNRS-LLACAN, Paris)
  • Honore Watanabe (ILCAA, Tokyo)
  • Fernando Zúñiga (University of Berne)

Aims and Scope

This book series publishes book-length studies on individual less-widely studied languages (primarily 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.

As of March 2021, Studies in Diversity Linguistics is split into Comprehensive Grammar Library and Research on Comparative Grammar. The original series does not accept any submissions anymore. 

ISSN

Studies in Diversity Linguistics has the ISSN 2363-5568.

Contact

sidl@langsci-press.org

All Books

Forthcoming: Language change for the worse

Dankmar W. Enke (ed), Larry M. Hyman (ed), Johanna Nichols (ed), Guido Seiler (ed), Thilo Weber (ed)
October 2, 2020
31

Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments

Simeon Floyd, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield; Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova, Mark Dingemanse
February 10, 2020
30

Evidentiality, egophoricity and engagement

Henrik Bergqvist (ed), Seppo Kittilä (ed)
November 29, 2019
28

Multi-verb constructions in Eastern Indonesia

Volker Unterladstetter
September 2, 2019
26

Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity I: General issues and specific studies

Francesca Di Garbo (ed), Bruno Olsson (ed), Bernhard Wälchli (ed)
July 30, 2019
27

Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity II: World-wide comparative studies

Francesca Di Garbo (ed), Bruno Olsson (ed), Bernhard Wälchli (ed)
July 30, 2019
25

Definiteness across languages

Ana Aguilar-Guevara (ed), Julia Pozas Loyo (ed), Violeta Vázquez-Rojas Maldonado (ed)
July 15, 2019
24

Bridging constructions

Valérie Guérin (ed)
October 15, 2018
22

A grammar of Komnzo

Christian Döhler
August 23, 2018
19

Diachrony of differential argument marking

Ilja A. Seržant (ed), Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (ed)
May 9, 2018
21

Perspectives on information structure in Austronesian languages

Sonja Riesberg (ed), Asako Shiohara (ed), Atsuko Utsumi (ed)
April 27, 2018
16

Unity and diversity in grammaticalization scenarios

Walter Bisang (ed), Andrej Malchukov (ed)
November 14, 2017
17

On this and other worlds: Voices from Amazonia

Kristine Stenzel (ed), Bruna Franchetto (ed)
October 19, 2017
17

The languages of Malta

Patrizia Paggio (ed), Albert Gatt (ed)
October 4, 2017

A grammar of Papuan Malay

Angela Kluge
March 10, 2017
5

A grammar of Pite Saami

Joshua Wilbur
December 12, 2016
2

Adjective attribution

Michael Rießler
December 12, 2016
7

A grammar of Yakkha

Diana Schackow
December 12, 2016
1

A typology of marked-S languages

Corinna Handschuh
December 12, 2016
4

A grammar of Mauwake

Liisa Berghäll
December 12, 2016
9

A grammar of Yauyos Quechua

Aviva Shimelman
December 12, 2016
10

Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics

Catherine Rudin (ed), Bryan James Gordon (ed)
December 12, 2016
12

A grammar of Rapa Nui

Paulus Kieviet
December 12, 2016