Journal Issue of Interest to SSILA Members: Cadernos de Etnolingüística

The latest issue of Cadernos de Etnolingüística, an open-access journal on indigenous South American languages, includes articles on Desano (Brazil), Mapoyo (Venezuela), and Nanti (Peru).

The journal (whose editors are Lev Michael, from UC Berkeley, and Roberto Zariquiey, from Peru’s Pontificia Universidad Católica) is hosted by the Curt Nimuendajú Digital Library, a peer-maintained initiative that offers arguably the web’s largest open-access collection of resources on South American languages, including rare books and articles, dissertations, curated links, and a directory of South Americanists:

Updated: November 11, 2019 — 12:24 pm