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Membership Information

The annual dues for ASLIP membership and subscription to the Mother Tongue Journal is US $35 in all countries, except those with currency problems.

Purchase yearly membership (2021) - $35Purchase 2 years of membership (2021 & 2022) - $70


For membership information and correspondence, please contact the ASLIP Secretary at the address shown below.

 

Founder of ASLIP

Harold C. Fleming

 

OFFICERS OF ASLIP


President:

Peter Norquest
2174 W. Silverbell Tree Dr.
Tucson, AZ 85745
U.S.A.


Tel. 520-777-7024
norquesp@u.arizona.edu

Vice President:

Michael Witzel
Department of South Asian Studies
Harvard University
1 Bow Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
U.S.A.


Tel. 617-495-3295
witzel@fas.harvard.edu

Vice-President:

John D. Bengtson
5108 Credit River Drive
Savage, MN 55378
U.S.A.


Tel. 612-839-3649
palaeojdb@hotmail.com

Secretary:

Gregory Haynes
P.O. Box 1201
Sebastopol, CA 95473
U.S.A.



haynes@sonic.net

Treasurer:

Alexander M. Kim
Department of Anthropology (Archaeology)
11 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
U.S.A.


Tel. 617-404-4964
akim@genetics.med.harvard.edu

MOTHER TONGUE JOURNAL


Editor / Submissions:

John D. Bengtson

See the contact information above for John Bengtson to make a submission to the Mother Tongue Journal.


 

Administrative Editor:

Nicholas Davidson


 
Journal Purchases: Non-subscribers may purchase copies of the Mother Tongue Journal by contacting our publisher: Gorgias Press


 


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  Václav Blažek (Masaryk University) Allan R. Bomhard (Charleston, S.C.)
  Ronald Christensen (Lincoln, Mass.) Nicholas Davidson (Center for Avestic Research)
  Murray Denofsky (Somerville, Mass.) John Robert Gardner (Gloucester, Mass.)
  Phillip Lieberman (Brown University) Michael Puett (Harvard University)
   
   

COUNCIL OF FELLOWS

  Raimo Anttila (University of California, L.A.) Chris Stringer (Nat. Hist. Museum, London)
  Vladimir A. Dybo (Rus. Acad. Science) Sydney M. Lamb (Rice University)
  Colin Renfrew (Cambridge University) Merritt Ruhlen (Stanford University)
  Vitaly Shevoroshkin (University of Michigan) George Starostin (Rus. State Univ. of Human.)  
   
   
 
   
 

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.