Katia Chirkova 2014

Katia Chirkova. 2014. The Duoxu Language and the Ersu-Lizu-Duoxu relationship. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 37. 104-146. Amsterdam/Philadephia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

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  author     = {Katia Chirkova},
  journal    = {Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area},
  number     = {1},
  pages      = {104-146},
  publisher  = {John Benjamins Publishing Company},
  title      = {The Duoxu Language and the Ersu-Lizu-Duoxu relationship},
  url        = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/ltba.37.1.04chi},
  volume     = {37},
  year       = {2014},
  abstract   = {Duoxu is a terminally endangered and virtually undescribed Tibeto-Burman language, spoken in the historically multi-ethnic and multi-lingual Miǎnníng county of Sìchuān province in the People’s Republic of China. Until recently, Duoxu was known only through a 740-word vocabulary list in the Sino-Tibetan vocabularies Xīfān Yìyǔ [Tibetan-Chinese bilingual glossary], recorded in Chinese and Tibetan transcriptions in the 18th century, and a grammatical sketch (Huáng & Yǐn 2012). Researchers who have worked on the language (Nishida 1973, Sūn 1982, Huáng & Yǐn 2012) have expressed different views about the features and the genetic position of Duoxu, variously viewing it as (1) closely related to Lolo-Burmese languages (Nishida 1973), (2) closely related to Ersu and Lizu, two neighboring languages that are currently classified as members of the Qiangic subgroup of the Tibeto-Burman language family (Sūn 1982), or (3) distantly related to those two languages and to Qiangic languages at large (Huáng & Yǐn 2012).},
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