The following is a continuation of our comprehensive list of recently published books and monographs on African languages and linguistics. Prices are given where available; those in parentheses are observed bookshop prices. This list serves as an acknowledgement of receipt of review copies of the items marked (R). Copies of book reviews printed in the journal are automatically sent to the publishers. There can be no guarantee, however, that all works received will in fact be reviewed. Authors who would like to review a particular book or would like to be considered in general as potential reviewers are encouraged to write to the Editor indicating their areal and topical fields of interest. [Sander Steeman] Berhanu, Dawit (2000). Wörterbuch DeutschAmharischEnglisch. Hamburg: Buske. VIII+537 pp. EUR 49.80. Capen, Carole A. (1998). Bilingual DholuoEnglish Dictionary, Kenya. Tuscon, Arizona: C.A. Capen. X+322 pp. [ISBN 0-9666 881-0-4] Fofana, Amadou Tidiane and Antonia Folarin Schleicher (2001). Pulaar Learners' Reference Grammar. (African Language Learners' Reference Grammar Series.) Binghamton, New York: Global Publications. 357 pp. $ 24. Ibriszimow, Dymitr and Rainer Vossen (eds.). (2002). Etudes berbères. Actes du "1. Bayreuth Frankfurter Kolloquium zur Berberologie" (Frankfurter Afrikanistische Blätter, 13.) Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe. 192 pp. EUR 34.80. Jaggar,
Journal of African Languages and Linguistics – de Gruyter
Published: Aug 4, 2003
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