4 edition of Sino-Tibetan studies found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Berthold Laufer ; collected by Hartmut Walrevens ; preface by Lokesh Chandra.|
|Contributions||Walravens, Hartmut, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||DS706 .L34 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||87903719|
THE SINO-TIBETAN LANGUAGES, edited by Graham Thurgood and Randy J. LaPolla, is part of the Routledge Language Family Series. Like all volumes, this one contains mainly synchronic descriptions of all the languages in a recognized family, with some extra chapters on the family as 4/5(1). Free Online Library: A study on Sino-Tibetan astrological system among the Gurungs of Gandaki region in Western Nepal.(Report) by "Contributions to Nepalese Studies"; History Regional focus/area studies Astrology Methods Beliefs, opinions and attitudes Religious aspects.
Open-access edition: DOI /The story underlying this ethnography began with the recent discovery and commercialization of the remnant of a. Sino-Tibetan languages, group of languages that includes both the Chinese and the Tibeto-Burman terms of numbers of speakers, they constitute the world’s second largest language family (after Indo-European), including more than languages and major a wider sense, Sino-Tibetan has been defined as also including the Tai (Daic) and Karen language families.
A substantially revised version of Matisoff's list of Tibeto-Burman languages, published in Contributions to Sino-Tibetan Studies (John McCoy and Timothy Light (Eds.), Leiden: E. J. Brill). The work includes 1, main entries with thousands of additional cross-references, ethnolinguistic details, and "allonyms" (Matisoff's term for the. Established a formal relationship between the Sino-Tibetan Buddhist Studies Programs of the Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies, Taipei, Taiwan, and the Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia, Founded programs in Buddhist Studies, Tibetan Studies, and Tibetan language at the University of Virginia.
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Sino-Tibetan: A Conspectus (Princeton/Cambridge Studies in Chinese Sino-Tibetan studies book by Paul Benedict (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: Jean Przyluski and Gordon H. Luce, ‘The Number "A Hundred" in Sino-Tibetan’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 6, 3,Stuart N. Wolfenden, ‘Concerning the Variation of Final Consonants in the Word Families of Tibetan, Kachin and Chinese’, Journal of.
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Edward Donnelly: Are you kind of stressful person, only have 10 or perhaps 15 minute in your moment to upgrading your mind. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Contributions to Sino-Tibetan studies.
Leiden: E.J. Brill, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. The book is essential reading for students of Tibetan history, Qing imperialism, and Sino-Tibetan relations from the late eighteenth century to the present.
Honorable Mention: Charlene Makley, The Battle for Fortune: State-Led Development, Personhood, and Power among Tibetans in China (Cornell University Press). Sino-Tibetan, in a few sources also known as Trans-Himalayan, is a family of more than languages, second only to Indo-European in number of native speakers.
The vast majority of these are the billion native speakers of Chinese Sino-Tibetan languages with large numbers of speakers include Burmese (33 million) and the Tibetic languages (six million).
Sino-Tibetan Linguistics - CRC Press Book This new Major Work from Routledge is a set which someone new to the field of Sino-Tibetan studies could go to in order to get a general idea of the development and current state of the art of the subject, as aside from the seminal articles, there are introductions by the Editor that contextualise.
Designed for students and researchers of Asian languages, The Sino-Tibetan Languages is a detailed overview of the field. This book is invaluable to language students, experts requiring concise, but thorough, information on related languages, and researchers working in historical, typological and comparative linguistics.
A comprehensive account of the Sino-Tibetan, a language stock comparable in size and diversification to Indo-European and comprising Chinese, Karen and over a hundred Tibetan-Burman languages. Dr Benedict presents a systematic analysis of the morphology and phonology of the main descendants of the stock, traces their family relationships and.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Reviews: 1. Get this from a library. Sino-Tibetan studies: selected papers on the art, folklore, history, linguistics, and prehistory of sciences in China and Tibet. [Berthold Laufer; Hartmut Walravens]. Get this from a library.
Tibetan studies in comparative perspective. [Zhiyu Shi; Youwen Chen;] -- Politics, history, and religion have long lent Tibet a glamorous air, particularly in the West. But Tibet can be understood in an astonishingly wide variety of other ways, including linguistic.
Sino-Tibetan: genetic and areal subgroups Graham Thurgood Sino-Tibetan began as a single language but under the gentle push of language internal pressures and the far more intense infl uence of contact with other languages, it changed, repeatedly splitting and restructuring on the way to becoming the modern Sino-Tibetan language family.
A comprehensive account of the Sino-Tibetan, a language stock comparable in size and diversification to Indo-European and comprising Chinese, Karen and over a hundred Tibetan-Burman languages.
Dr Benedict presents a systematic analysis of the morphology and phonology of the main descendants of. Architecture and Design Arts Asian and Pacific Studies Business and Economics Chemistry Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies Computer Sciences Cultural Studies Engineering General Interest Geosciences History Industrial Chemistry Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Jewish Studies Law Library and Information Science, Book Studies Life.
This book is a phenomenal use of primary source material and an excellent "summary" of Tibetan history. Smith covers the migration of pre-Tibetic peoples from the lowlands onto the Plateau, through every Chinese Dynasty's perceptio of frontier Three years.
for three years this book 4/5(1). Jackson T.-S. Sun (Chinese: 孫天心; pinyin: Sūn Tiānxīn) is a Taiwanese linguist working on languages of the Sino-Tibetan and Austroasiatic families. He is best known for his pioneering documentation and historical-comparative work in Tani, Rgyalrongic, and Tibetic languages.
Sino-Tibetan by Paul K. Benedict,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This book comprises Chinese translations of four works by Professor N.C.
Bodman in the field of Sino-Tibetan historical and comparative linguistics. Bodman is Professor emeritus of Chinese linguistics at Cornell University and one of the founders of Sino-Tibetan studies in North America, where his influence on the development of this.
An Overview of Sino-Tibetan Dialogue Important Statements of His Holiness the Dalai Lama Sino-Tibetan Dialogue: A Chronological Account since Hopes and Suspicions () A row over the internationalisation of Tibet issue () Stalemate in Dialogue () Con.Agglutinative vs analytic.
This article says Sino-Tibetan languages tend to be agglutinative languages, and that page says this is opposite to analytic languages, and that page in turn says Mandarin Chinese is the best example of analytic. I am very confused. --Kaihsu Tai10 Oct (UTC) I think there was a mistake; now I am changing agglutinative to analytic.
Designed for students and researchers of Asian languages, The Sino-Tibetan Languages is a detailed overview of the field.
This book is invaluable to language students, experts requiring concise, but thorough, information on related languages, and researchers working in historical, typological and comparative linguistics.