October 15, 2020
Here's the latest from the Survey of California and Other Indian Languages:
- Myriam Lapierre has archived four new collections on languages of Brazil: Panära (Jê); Kajkwakhrattxi (aka Tapayuna, Jê), with Jérémie Beauchamp; Kawaiwete (aka Kayabi, Tupí-Guaraní); and Xavante (Jê), with Nick Carrick (BA 2019) and current undergraduate student Teela Huff. Other materials related to Panära are archived with the Endangered Languages Archive (ELAR) at SOAS (here).
- David Shaul (PhD 1982) is the author of a new Survey Report, with his monograph Baja California Languages: Description and Linguistic Prehistory, part one of his upcoming series Southern California Pacific Linguistics.