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Language Contexts

Language Contexts is a series of articles in Language Documentation and Description. It provides an avenue for publishing information about the contexts in which a language or variety is spoken, rather than about the structure of the language/variety itself ... read more.


Ahamb (Malekula, Vanuatu), by Tihomir Rangelov, Tom Bratrud & Julie Barbour

Aweti (Brazil), by Sebastian Drude

Gorwaa (Tanzania), by Andrew Harvey

Ibatan of Babuyan Claro (Philippines), by Maria Kristina Gallego

Inati (Panay Island, Philippines), by Diane Manzano

Longjia (China), by Andreas Hölzl

Malua (Malekula Island, Vanuatu), by Julie Barbour, Kanauhea Wessels & Joe McCarter

Paluai, also known as Pam-Baluan (Papua New Guinea), by Dineke Schokkin

Sáliba (Colombia y Venezuela), by Jorge Emilio Rosés Labrada & Hortensia Estrada Ramírez

Syuba, also known as Kagate (Nepal), by Lauren Gawne

Te Reo Māori o te Pae Tonga o te Kuki Airani also known as Southern Cook Islands Māori, by Sally Akevai Nicholas

Tonsawang (Toundanow), North Sulawesi, Indonesia, by Timothy C. Brickell

Vatlongos, Southeast Ambrym (Vanuatu), by Eleanor Ridge

About the Language Contexts series

The series is edited by Peter K. Austin and Lauren Gawne. We encourage all types of researchers, including community members, to publish descriptions of the communities and contexts in which languages are spoken.

See About Language Contexts to find out more about the series and how you can prepare and submit an article.