Southeast Asian Linguistics Society Conference Proceedings, 1998, 2002-2006.
The Southeast Asian Linguistics Society - SEALS - was founded at Arizona State University in 1990. SEALS holds an annual conference in diverse locations in Southeast Asia, the United States, and Australia. SEALS features papers on the languages of Southeast Asia, including Austroasiatic, Austronesian, Hmong-Mien, Tibeto-Burman and Thai-Kadai. Topics have included descriptive, theoretical, or historical linguistics, linguistic anthropology (ethnolinguistics, language attitudes and ideology,...[Show more]
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|Date published:||1998, 2002-2006|
|SEALS-8.pdf||SEALS VIII (1998) edited by Mark Alves, Paul Sidwell and David Gi||3.03 MB||Adobe PDF|
|SEALS-12.pdf||SEALS XII (2002) edited by Ratree Wayland, John Hartmann and Paul Sidwell||2.28 MB||Adobe PDF|
|SEALS-13.pdf||SEALS XIII (2003) edited by Iwasaki Shoichi, Andrew Simpson, Karen Adams & Paul Sidwell||6.66 MB||Adobe PDF|
|SEALS-14-1.pdf||SEALS XIV (2004) Volume 1 edited by Wilaiwan Khanittanan and Paul Sidwell||3.27 MB||Adobe PDF|
|SEALS-14-2.pdf||SEALS XIV (2004) Volume 2 edited by Wilaiwan Khanittanan and Paul Sidwell||1.21 MB||Adobe PDF|
|SEALS-15.pdf||SEALS XV (2005) edited by Paul Sidwell||6.8 MB||Adobe PDF|
|SEALS-16.pdf||SEALS XVI (2006) edited by Paul Sidwell & Uri Tadmor||3.19 MB||Adobe PDF|
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