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Today we take some time to suggest a few books that conlangers should check out.

Linguistics Books
  • Heine, B., & Kuteva, T. (2002). World lexicon of grammaticalization. Cambridge University Press.
  • Bybee, J., Perkins, R., & Pagliuca, W. (1994). The evolution of grammar: Tense, aspect, and modality in the languages of the world. University of Chicago Press.
  • Dixon, R. M. (2012). Basic Linguistic Theory (Volumes 2 and 3). Oxford University Press.
  • The Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics (“Red Books”) and the Oxford Linguistics collection. (Somehow we mixed these two together)

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This month Britton joined us and we talked about the wonders of reduplication and nicknames in Thai.

Top of Show Greeting: Dzuish (English-based conlang)

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Top of Show Greeting: Zametulian

Announcements

Links and Resources

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In this very special episode, we interview Britton Watkins about his upcoming documentary Conlanging: The Art of Crafting Tongues while his husband films us for said documentary. Keep your eye out for their crowdfunding to start, and look forward to seeing our faces when the film is released next year.

You can see information on the documentary here.

Top of Show Greeting: Rennic

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Just pushing out a quick announcement: Conlangery is currently moving to new audio hosting. It looks like the first 31 episodes are going to be unavailable for a little bit. There may also be odd hiccups with the feed. Should clear up quickly, though.

EDIT: Migration should be complete now. If anyone has feed issues, let me know.

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George discusses his own observations about the use of kinship terms in his wife’s village in Henan province, China.

NOTE: We’re going to change how our audio is hosted soon. This might mean some oddness in the feeds in the coming weeks.