Documentation of Nasal: An overlooked Malayo-Polynesian isolate of southwest Sumatra
Group represented Nasal speakers from all three Nasal villages: Gedung Menung, Tanjung Betuah, and Tanjung Baru.
Deposit contents This deposit contains recordings of conversations, lexical and grammatical elicitation sessions, and transcription sessions. Annotations of these recordings are ongoing and will be uploaded periodically. Portions of the completed annotations are already included.
Deposit history The data in the deposit was collected in July 2017 funded by an Endangered Languages Documentation Programme Small Grant.
Users of any part of this collection should acknowledge Bradley McDonnell as the principal investigator and the Endangered Languages Documentation Programme as the organization that funded the project. When a particular piece of data is used, the individuals who provided the data, whether that be a speaker, collector, or transcriber, should be acknowledged by name.
Please use the following citation format:
McDonnell, Bradley. 2017. Documentation of Nasal: An overlooked Malayo-Polynesian isolate of southwest Sumatra. London: SOAS, Endangered Languages Archive. URL: http://elar.soas.ac.uk/deposit/0468. Accessed on [DATE].
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