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"Linguists discover new tongues," Science Magazine, April 17, 2009

It hasn’t been a year for much journalism by me, but I do have a piece in the April 17th Science about efforts to identify and survey languages in China (in Yunnan province, specifically), and about the politics involved. In China, as elsewhere, what gets called “a language” (as opposed to “a dialect” or “a speech variety”) is an ethnobureaucratic artifact more than a reflection of reality — though in the Chinese case you see the clash between ethnobureaucracies, with the Chinese government on one side and a global international standard on the other. What makes this case intriguing is that the global regime, along with a definition of “language” that Chinese scholars don’t support, is aided by SIL International, not the sort of organization that could have done work in China not long ago.

I’ll put up a PDF of the article in 30 days.