SpecGram Vol CLXI, No 4 Contents Letters to the Editor

Epistola ad Legentes

Dodranscentennial Disclaimerification and Enwarranticization

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You have been warned.

With that, we offer hearty congratulations to the Chiasmus of the Month Award winner for May 2011!

David M. T. Arnold, 2011, “On the Origin of Myths and Myths of Origin: How views on the origins of languages can be more significant than genetic ethnicity in forming group identity”.
Paper presented at Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain 2011, 25-27 March 2011, Edinburgh, UK.
Chiasmus of the Month
May 2011

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SpecGram Vol CLXI, No 4 Contents