Current Trends in Papuan Linguistics, Inalco, 10-11 December 2019

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sylvainloiseau, « Current Trends in Papuan Linguistics, Inalco, 10-11 December 2019 », Les Carnets du Lacito, ID : 10670/1.rnn1q6


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This colloquium will bring together researchers working on Papuan languages with the purpose of reviewing current research directions. A subsidiary aim is to inform and motivate students and researchers who are considering starting research on Papuan languages.There are upwards of 800 Papuan languages spoken on and around the island of New Guinea.  Papuan languages do not form a genealogical unit, but rather comprise between 20 to 40 distinct families.  A language is said to be Papuan, if it ...

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