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TOC: Mon-Khmer Studies: A Journal of Southeast Asian... 39 (2010)

Editor for this issue: Justin Petro <justinlinguistlist.org>

        1.     Brian Homoleski , Mon-Khmer Studies: A Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics and... Vol. 39 (2010)

Message 1: Mon-Khmer Studies: A Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics and... Vol. 39 (2010)
Date: 05-Dec-2010
From: Brian Homoleski <academic_bookssil.org>
Subject: Mon-Khmer Studies: A Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics and... Vol. 39 (2010)
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Publisher: SIL International

Journal Title: Mon-Khmer Studies: A Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics and Languages
Volume Number: 39
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2010

Subtitle: Mon-Khmer Studies Volume 39: A Journal of Southeast Asian Languages and Cultures, edited by Sophana Srichampa

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Table of Contents

Editorial Note


Nguyen, T. Anh-Thư
Rhythmic pattern and corrective focus in Vietnamese polysyllabic words

Felix Ahlner
Body part terms in Kammu

Pogibenko Tamara
Copula of identity in Old Khmer

Niramon Suwangard
Metaphors in the LațǸəȤ LəsǤm ɉlǫ poetry

Alexis Michaud, André-Georges Haudricourt
The origin of the peculiarities of the Vietnamese alphabet

Paul Sidwell
Cua (Kor) historical phonology and classification

Chommanad Intajamornrak
Tai Loanwords in Mal: A Minority language of Thailand

Pittayawat Pittayaporn
Establishing relative chronology of Palaung sound changes using
Tai Loanwords

Daniel Huber
On khw–f alternations in Bangkok Thai and other Tai languages

Saowapa Pornsiripongse
Religious syncretism in healing non-communicable diseases:
the role of folk healer monks

Reviews, Bibliography

Book Reviews

Norman H. Zide
Review of Korku Language: Grammar, Texts and Vocabulary, by K.S.
Nagaraja, Institute for the Study of Languages of Asia and Africa, Tokyo
University of Foreign Studies, 1999, 336 pages.
Conference Reports

Amarjiva Lochan
The 3nd SSEASR Conference, 3-6 June 2009, Bali

Dinh Lu Giang
The 19th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society


Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
                            Ling & Literature
                            Writing Systems
                            Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Cua (cua)
                            Khmu (kjg)
                            Mal (mlf)
                            Palaung, Pale (pce)
                            Palaung, Rumai (rbb)
                            Palaung, Shwe (pll)
                            Tai (taw)
                            Vietnamese (vie)
                            Kua (tyu)
                            Old Khmer (qok)

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