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Query Subject:   Bibliography on Language Classification
Author:   Marie Klopfenstein
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   Dear Linguists,

I am putting together a bibliography on genetic classification and areal linguistics. My starting point is M. Ruhlen's A Guide To The World's Languages, but I would appreciate any suggestions of more recent books of articles. If you specialize in a specific language family, I would also appreciate suggestions on work that I should not overlook. I am trying to include all proposed genetic/areal classifications, including Nostratic, Amerind, work by Greenberg and Shevoroshkin, etc.

I would appreciate any ideas you have and I will post a summary.
LL Issue: 14.1682
Date posted: 13-Jun-2003



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