Studies in African Linguistics provides a public forum within the community of African language scholars for discourse on issues of direct concern to the field of African Linguistics. Thus, the journal seeks to publish African language data and analysis that might not find a place easily or suitably in more general journals.
Vol 43, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Subject marking interrupted: Perturbations from the development of Northern Mao's future tense suffix|
|Exceptional patterns of object marking in Bantu|
|Michael R. Marlo|
|Discourse functions of demonstratives in Eastern Bantu narrative texts|