Studies in African Linguistics

Studies in African Linguistics is a peer-reviewed, academic journal that publishes descriptive and theoretical articles on African languages. Contributions need not adhere to one particular theoretical orientation, but should be based on empirical African language data. The journal especially welcomes papers that are based on original fieldwork, and also considers short descriptive grammatical sketches of endangered African languages


Studies in African Linguistics

Vol 47, No 1&2 (2018): Studies in African Linguistics

Table of Contents

Articles

Mercy Bobuafor
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1-23
Richard L. Boutwell
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25-41
Toni Cook
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43-69
Sylvester N. Osu
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71-99
Bastian Persohn
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101-127
Darryl Turner
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129-153