The first two volumes of Amazonian languages: An international handbook were officially published on January 30. Edited by Patience Epps and Lev Michael, these two volumes present grammatical descriptions of all reasonably well-attested linguistic isolates of the Greater Amazonian region. Volume I covers Aikanã to Kandozi-Shapra, and Volume II covers Kanoé to Yurakaré. (A chapter in Volume III will summarize what we know about the more poorly-attested isolates and small language families known only from colonial-era materials.)
Linguists currently or formerly affiliated with Berkeley contributed significantly to these volumes:
Introduction (freely available online): Patience Epps (UT Austin) and Lev Michael
Aʔɨwa: Christine Beier and Lev Michael
Cholón: Astrid Alexander-Bakkerus (University of Amsterdam) and Kelsey Caitlyn Neely (Endangered Languages Documentation Programme; Berkeley PhD 2019)
Muniche: Lev Michael, Stephanie Farmer (Berkeley PhD 2015), Greg Finley (Meta, Berkeley PhD 2015), Karina Sullón Acosta (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos), Christine Beier, Alejandrina Chanchari Icahuate (Munichis, Peru), Donalia Icahuate Baneo (Munichis, Peru), and Melchor Sinti Saita (Munichis, Peru)
Mỹky: Bernat Bardagil (University of Groningen; Berkeley postdoc 2017-2020)
Omurano: Zachary O'Hagan (Berkeley PhD 2020)
Taushiro: Zachary O'Hagan
Warao: Andrés Romero-Figueroa (Universidad Católica Andrés Bello) and Konrad Rybka (University of Leiden; Berkeley postdoc 2015-2018)
In addition, Zachary O'Hagan was the editorial assistant in the first several years of the project.
The next volumes in the series will focus on the small language families of Greater Amazonia, and the final volumes, on the large language families of the region.