George van Driem

Professor
Department of Linguistics
Bern University
E-mail: vandriem@isw.unibe.ch
Page: http://www.himalayanlanguages.org/team/george_van_driem

Fields of interest:

Himalayan languages, historical linguistics, endangered languages, ethnolinguistic prehistory

Recent publications:

G. van Driem,
Etyma, shouldered adzes and molecular variants.
Methods in Contemporary Linguistics, A. Ender, A. Leemann, B. Wealchli (eds.), Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2012, pp. 335-361.

G. van Driem,
The ethnolinguistic identity of the domesticators of Asian rice.
Comptes Rendus Palevol 11 (2/ 2012), pp. 117-132.

G. van Direm,
Glimpses of the ethnolinguistic prehistory of northeastern India.
Origins and Migrations in the Extended Eastern Himalayas, T. Huber, s. Blackburn (eds.), Leiden: Brill 2012, pp. 187-211.

G. van Driem,
The Trans-Himalayan phylum and its implications for population prehistory.
Communication on Contemporary Anthropology 5/ 2011, pp. 135-142.

G. van Driem,
Tibeto-Burman subgroup and historical grammar.
Himalayan Linguistics 10 (1/2011), pp. 31-39.

G. van Driem, M. S. W. Black, D’amchi.
South East and East Anglian Tibetan Spaniel Society Newsletter,
Spring 2008, pp. 7-12.

G. van Driem,
Endangered Languages of South Asia.
Handbook of Endangered Languages, M. Brenzinger (ed.), Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2007, pp. 303-341.

G. van Driem,
Languages of the Himalayas (2 vols.),
Leiden: Brill 2001.

G. van Driem,
Dzonkha, Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region,
vol. 1, Leiden: Leiden University Press 1998.

G. van Driem,
A Grammar of Dumi,
Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 1993.