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  • New! March 2014 Upload: 4 new articles and 1 technology review added to Volume 8

  • New! Special Publication No. 7: Language Endangerment and Preservation in South Asia is available here (published January 2014).
  • Special Publication No. 6: Microphone in the mud is available here (published July 2013).
  • Special Publication No. 5: Melanesian languages on the edge of Asia: Challenges for the 21st Century is available here (published December 2012).

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