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Linguistics Sites on the World Wide Web

  Linguistics Materials on the Web
  Web-Accessible Linguistic Data Sources and Programs
  Linguistics Resources compiled by Brown University

E-mail Discussion Lists

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  Listservs: Historical Linguistics

Searchable Databases

  World E-mail Directory of Anthropologists
  Linguistics Glossary Search
  Ethnologue: A Database of World Languages
  Linguistics Departments (U.S.)

General Language Resources

  Human Languages Page
  Representing Phonetics in ASCII Text [PDF]

The Association for the Study of Language In Prehistory (ASLIP) is a nonprofit organization, incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Its purpose is to encourage and support the study of language in prehistory in all fields and by all means, including research on the early evolution of human language, supporting conferences, setting up a data bank, and publishing a newsletter and a journal to report these activities.