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Himalayan linguistics [electronic resource].

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Language:
English.
Beginning date:
2003
Imprint:
Milwaukee, WI : University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, 2004- [Santa Barbara, Calif.] : University of California, Santa Barbara
Format:
  • Journal/Periodical
Title Variation:
Himalayan linguistics journal
HL
Frequency:
Semiannual, 2010-
Former Pub. Freq.:
Irregular, 2004-2007
Vol/date range:
1 (2004)-
Note:
Title from banner GIF (Univ. of Wisconsin website, viewed July 25, 2006). "The term 'Himalayan' is used in its broad sense to include north-western and north-eastern India, where languages of Indo-Aryan, Dravidian, Tibeto-Burman, and Austro-Asiatic linguistic stocks are spoken; the languages of Nepal, Bhutan and the Tibetan Plateau; the languages of northern Burma and Sichuan; and the languages of Nuristan, Baltistan and the Burushaski speaking area in the west."
Note:
Prior to 2010, each article constitutes a separate issue and has a numeric designation. Archived documents for Grammars, Dictionaries and Text Collections have a separate numbering system.
Contributor:
University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee.
University of California, Santa Barbara. Department of Linguistics.
Subjects:
ISSN:
1544-7502
Key Title:
Himalayan linguistics

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