In 55 years, Oceanic Linguistics has grown from a 41-page inaugural issue stapled together to perfect-bound tomes published biannually. But as the field—and the journal—expanded, the cover remained constant with its signature blue logo since 1966. Now in its 56th volume, Oceanic Linguistics has a new look, reflecting Oceania.
We’re thrilled to share this cover redesign with you. In addition to checking out the new issue, learn more about Oceanic Linguistics in this interview with editor John Lynch and peruse this free issue on Project MUSE detailing 50 years of Oceanic Linguistics history.
Oceanic Linguistics Vol. 56, No. 1 includes the following works:
- Verb-Adjacent Clitic Climbing and Restructuring in Isbukun Bunun by Lillian Li-Ying Li
- Influence of Social Network on Language Use of Kejaman Speakers
in Sarawak, Malaysia: by Amee Joan and Su-Hie Ting
- The Vitality of Minority Languages in Malaysia by Paolo Coluzzi
- Event Integration and Argument Realization in Nonconcordant Verb Serialization in Tsou by Gujing Lin
- A First Reconstruction of Vowels in Proto-Timor-Alor-Pantar by Tyler M. Heston
- The Challenge of Semantic Reconstruction: Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *suku ‘lineage; quarter’? by Robert Blust
- Stress and Gemination in Alor-Pantar Languages: Revising Heston (2016) by Antoinette Schapper
- Jean-Michel Charpentier and Alexandre François’s Linguistic atlas of French Polynesia/Atlas linguistique de la Polynésie française reviewed by Mary Walworth
Plus more articles, squibs, and reviews
Oceanic Linguistics is the only journal devoted exclusively to the study of the indigenous languages of the Oceanic area and parts of Southeast Asia.
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