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MOTHER TONGUE JOURNAL


Volume 1 (1995) contents

Volume 2 (1996) contents

Volume 3 (1997) contents

Volume 4 (1998) contents

Volume 5 (1999) contents Introduction to Volume 5 contents  Extra Volume on South Asia (Oct. 1999)

Volume 6 (2000/2001) contents

Volume 7 (2002) contents

Volume 8 (2003) contents

Volume 9  (2004) contents

Volume 10 (2005) contents

Volume 11 (2006) contents

Volume 12 (2007) contents Festschrift for Hal Fleming

Volume 13 (2008) contents

Volume 14 (2009) contents Commemorative Volume for Daniel McCall

Volume 15 (2010) contents

Volume 16 (2011) contents

Volume 17 (2012) contents ISSN 1087-0326

Volume 18 (2013) contents Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of J.H. Greenberg's "The Languages of Africa" (1963)

Volume 19 (2014) contents

Volume 20 (2015) contents In Memory of Harold Crane Fleming (1926-2015)

Volume 21 (2016) contents

Volume 22 (2020) contents In Memory of Heinz-Jürgen Pinnow (1925-2016)

Volume 22(b) (2020) Full Text Special Re-edition of "Resonant Variation in Proto-Indo-European" by Gregory Haynes

 

 
   
 

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.