A multifaceted study of Tangsa – a network of linguistic varieties in North East India


This project investigates the complex linguistic diversity of the Tangsa languages, spoken on the India-Burma border, and documents the traditional knowledge of those communities with a particular emphasis on ritual texts and traditional songs.

This is an Australian Research Council (ARC) funded Future Fellowship for 2011-14.

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The recordings are being archived for public access at the DoBeS Archive and online dictionaries are being produced for as many varieties as possible.