The Indiana Working Papers in South Asian Languages and Cultures (IWPSALC) is a platform for releasing preliminary scholarship (scientific and technical papers, community-based research, lab reports, state-of-the-research reports, etc.) about South Asian languages and cultures. The topic area is intentionally broad, as our main goal is to promote an active community of scholars and researchers working to disseminate knowledge. In the spirit of quarterly lab reports, the aim of IWPSALC is to encourage scholars to publish small, discrete portions of their research while they continue to work towards publishing full, archival journal papers. ISSN: 2688-7215.

Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): IWPSALC Special Volume: Hnaring Lutuv Squibs

This volume is a collection of squibs written by the IU Linguistics 2021-2022 field methods class. Our language of focus was Lutuv, a Maraic language from the South Central (or Chin) sub-branch of the Tibeto-Burman language family. Lutuv is largely undocumented outside the work done in this field methods class, and so we worked to produce basic documentation and overview of key topics. Our hope and intention is that this volume is a precursor for more in-depth investigations of these and other topics. 

Published: 2022-05-27

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