|Title:||Essays on African languages and linguistics: in honour of Maarten Mous|
|Editors:||Wal, Jenneke van der
|Series:||ASC occasional publications|
|City of publisher:||Leiden|
|Publisher:||African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL)|
|About person:||Mous, Maarten|
|Abstract:||This book celebrates Maarten Mous, professor of African Linguistics at Leiden University. For many people engaged in the field of African linguistics (and beyond), Maarten has been a teacher, an engaged colleague, and an inspiration. On the occasion of his 65th birthday, the present volume offers essays written by his former and current PhD students. The volume is divided into four sections: Language in use and contact, Morphosyntax, Number and numerals, and Phonology. It contains 25 articles and presents a variety of disciplinary and regional approaches to African linguistics.|
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