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Beginning in mid 2012 Pacific Linguistics is relaunched as a monograph series of De Gruyter Mouton, and the publication of open access materials (e-books, journals etc.) by the Department of Linguistics in the College of Asia and the Pacific (ANU) is re-branded as the series Asia-Pacific Linguistics: Open Access.

These materials are freely downloadable (copyright remains vested in their authors, released under Creative Common licence (may be used with attribution). We invite interested persons to submit proposals for new publications, especially journals, conference proceedings, and similar works intended for on-line open access. All such publications must be subject to appropriate academic review proceedures, and will be released with ISBN or ISSN. If you wish to propose a new title, series, or journal, please consult the Publication Proposal guide first.

Titles currently available may be downloaded via the links below:

New series! Studies in the Languages of Island Melanesia (SLIM).

New series! SEAsian Mainland Languages E-Series (SEAMLES).

Southeast Asian Linguistics Society publications are on a page of their own.

Austroasiatic Studies: Papers from ICAAL 4, vol. 1, ed. Sophana Srichampa and Paul Sidwell

Austroasiatic Studies: Papers from ICAAL 4, vol. 2, ed. Sophana Srichampa, Paul Sidwell and Kenneth Gregerson

APL 004 Shorto 2013 Palaung Word List: based on materils collected fromPan Shwe Kya, Namhsan, Sept-Octo, 1957

APL 005 Shorto 2013 Riang-Lang Vocabulary: compiled from maerials collected by G.H. Luce

APL 006 Shorto 2013 Wa-Praok Vocabulary

Additionally, one can order print-on-demand paperback copies of Austroasiatic Studies volumes directly from for $18.50 a volume plus post & packing.

The International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics website is here.

A supplement to the Paiwan dictionary by Raleigh Ferrell, Pacific Linguistics, 1982, collected by John Whitehorn (posted 18 October 2010).