Group details

KAREN Links (5)   Materials (1)   Books (10)   
Languages: MANUMANAW KAREN, WEWAW, YINTALE KAREN, ZAYEIN KAREN
Group path: SINO-TIBETAN » KAREN
Branches: PHO, SGAW-BGHAI
Links
1   "Peace Way Foundation" - Page Available in Karen Language
http://www.burmaissues.org/En/Home.php
2   A Guide to Scholary Resources on Karens
http://www.karen.org/books/books.htm
3   Grupo KarĂ©nico
http://www.proel.org/mundo/karenico.htm
4   Kato Atsuhiko's Page
http://www.osaka-gaidai.ac.jp/~burmese/katoe.html
5   The Karen
http://www.lisulodge.com/html/karen.html

Materials
1  Die Karen: Ideologie, Interessen und Kultur

Books
1   Ballard, Emilie: Say it in Karen
2   Blackwell, Rev. George E.: The Anglo-Karen Dictionary (Based on the Dictionary Compiled by J. Wade and Mrs. J. P. Binney)
3   Jones, Robert B., Jr.: Karen Linguistic Studies: Description, Comparison and Texts (University of California Publications in Linguistics, vol. 25)
4   Jones, Robert B., Jr.: The Karen Language; Descriptive and Comparative Studies (Doctoral Dissertation for a Ph.D in Linguistics)
5   Jones, Robert B., Jr.: The Question of Karen Linguistic Affiliation (Paper presented at the Eighth International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics)
6   Lewis, J. L.: The Burmanization of the Karen People: A Study in Racial Adaptability. (M.A. thesis)
7   Marshall, Harry Ignatius: The Karen People of Burma: a Study in Anthropology and Ethnology
8   Mason, Francis: Synopsis of a grammar of the Karen language embracing both dialects, Sgau and Pgho, or Sho
9   Pi Emma, Naw: The Karen People (Vol. 1 & 2)
10   Wade, Jonathan: Karen Vernacular Grammar, with English interspersed for the benefit of foreign students




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