Group details

SINO-TIBETAN Links (10)   Materials (9)   Books (16)   
Group path: SINO-TIBETAN
Branches: TIBETO-BURMAN, SINITIC, KAREN
Description:

The Sino-Tibetan languages are spoken in the People's Republic of China, in the North of Nepal, in Bhutan, in north-eastern India, in Myanmar, in northern and western parts of Thailand, in north-western Laos and in northern Vietnam.

The Sino-Tibetan... [more ...]


Links
1   Chinese Cultural Studies: The Chinese Language and Writing
http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/~phalsall/texts/chinlng2.html
2   Database Query to Sino-Tibetan Etymology
http://starling.rinet.ru/cgi-bin/query.cgi?flags=eygtnnl&basename=%5Cdata%5Csintib%5Cstibet&recode=yes&hiero=gif
3   Familia Sino-Tibetana
http://www.proel.org/mundo/sino.htm
4   Index of the Journal: "Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area"
http://stedt.berkeley.edu/ltba/cumindex.html
5   Numbers in Sino-Tibetan Languages
http://www.zompist.com/sino.htm
6   Sino-Tibetan Etymological Dictionary and Thesaurus
http://stedt.berkeley.edu/
7   Sino-Tibetan Languages
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sino-Tibetan_languages
8   Sino-Tibetan Languages
http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/society/A0845365.html
9   The Rosetta Project - The Sino-Tibetan Language Family
http://www.rosettaproject.org/live/search/browsebyfamilyresult?searchtype=family&searchkey=Sino-Tibetan
10   The Sino-Tibetan Family of Languages
http://www.krysstal.com/langfams_sinotibe.html

Materials
1  /a/ glide in Sino-Tibetan
2  Article on Sino-Bodic
3  Article on the Development of the ST-Language Family
4  Grammatical Relations, Agreement, and Genetic Stability
5  Making Waves in Proto Sino-Tibetan
6  Map of the Sino-Tibetan Language Family
7  The Medial System of Old Chinese and Proto-Sino-Tibetan
8  The Role of Migration and Language Contact in the Development of the Sino-Tibetan Language Family
9  Word Order Patterns in Sino-Tibetan and their Significance to Theories of Explanations in Typology

Books
1   Benedict, Pail: Sino-Tibetan: A conspectus
2   Coblin, W.S.: A Sinologist’s Handlist of Sino-Tibetan Lexical Comparisons
3   LaPolla, R. J., and Lowe, J. B.: Bibliography of the International Conferences on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, I-XXI.STEDT Monograph Series #1.Centers for South and Southeast Asia Studies
4   LaPolla, R. J., and Lowe, J. B.: Bibliography of the International Conferences on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, I-XXVSTEDT Monograph Series #1.1.Center for Southeast Asia Studies
5   LaPolla, Randy J. and John B. Lowe: Monograph 1A: Bibliography of the International Conferences on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics I-XXV
6   Lowe, John B.: Cross-Linguistic Lexical Databases for Etymological Research, with Examples from Sino-Tibetan and Bantu (Ph.D. dissertation)
7   Matisoff, J. A.: Palatal suffixes in Sino-Tibetan.Paper presented at 22nd ST Conference
8   Matisoff, J. A.: Sino-Tibetan Etymological Dictionary and Thesaurus, Vol. I: Bodypart Terminology
9   Matisoff, J. A.: Sino-Tibetan numerals and the play of prefixes.Paper presented at 19th ST Conf.
10   Matisoff, James A., Editor: STEDT Monograph 2: Languages and Dialects of Tibeto-Burman
11   STEDT Publications: Monograph 1: Bibliography of the International Conferences on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics I-XXI
12   Shafer, R (ed.): Bibliography of Sino-Tibetan languages, 2 vols.
13   Shafer, R., and Benedict, P. K.: Sino-Tibetan Linguistics. Bound typescript, 14 Vols.
14   Shafer, Robert: Introduction to Sino-Tibetan
15   Thurgood, G,. & R.LaPolla (eds.): The Sino-Tibetan Languages
16   Thurgood, G., Matisoff, J. A., and Bradley, D., eds.: Linguistics of the Sino-Tibetan Area: the state of the art. Papers presented to Paul K. Benedict for his 71st birthday. Pacific Linguistics C-87




languageserver@uni-graz.at