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RECENTLY UPDATED DOCUMENTS
Bantu Bibliography Supplement PDF 190 pp.
-- revised 2011-10-16
Niger-Congo noun class studies (NICNOC): a bibliographical survey PDF 257 pp.
-- revised 2010-08-23
User guide to EBALL PDF 201 pp.
-- revised 2010-05-19
New Updated Guthrie List Online (NUGLO) PDF 124 pp.
-- revised 2009-06-04
Bantu Online Bibliography (BOB) PDF 469 pp.
-- revised 2009-05-29
Select list of Africana-relevant journals and serials PDF 213 pp.
-- revised 2009-03-30
Namibian languages online bibliography (NAMLOB) PDF 318 pp.
-- revised 2008-10-16
Bantu languages & descriptional density HTML
-- revised 2008-09-30
ASSORTED LISTS & CHARTS MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS: PAST & PRESENT
Africa: miscellaneous maps HTML
Ancient Egyptian kings PDF
Ancient Middle East: schematic timeline PDF
Ancient Roman rulers and their families PDF
Ancient Rome: list of movies HTML
Biblical genealogy: Adam to Solomon, and a little bit beyond PDF
Finland: essential facts HTML
Ge'ez grammar: analytic tables PDF
IPA symbols and their nicknames PDF
Khoesaan language and ethnic names HTML
New updated Guthrie list PDF
Proto-Bantu vocabulary PDF
RGB palette HTML
Song title collections HTML
Writing systems: schematic timeline PDF
Bantu languages & descriptional density
Bantu noun classes
Bantu TAM/NEG markers
Electronic Bibliography for African Languages and Linguistics
Namibian languages
Referential classification of the Bantu languages
Swedish-Kinyarwanda lexicon
Ten Haya wordlists from Tanzania
Webresources for African languages
BOOKS & BOOK-LIKE THINGS
Om glottokronologi, eller den sk vokabulärmetoden = On glottochronology, or the so-called vocabulary method. Guling series, n. 20. Dept of Linguistics, Göteborg University. 1992. Pp 60. Few people, many tongues: the languages of Namibia. Windhoek: Gamsberg Macmillan Publ. 1998. Pp x+222.
A comparative study of Bantu noun classes. Orientalia et africana gothoburgensia, n. 13. Göteborg: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis. 1999. Pp xvi+388. Africa & Asia 1 = Selected papers from the 1st Nordic Meeting on African Languages, Göteborg University, 8-10 December 2000 (edited by Jouni Maho). Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2001. Pp 83.
African languages country by country: a reference guide. Fifth edition. (1st ed., 1997.) Göteborg africana informal series, n. 1. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2001. Pp 198. Africa & Asia 2 = Contributions in honour of Prof. Tore Janson on the occasion of his retirement, Feb. 2001 (edited by Jouni Maho). Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2002. Pp 213.
The languages of Tanzania: a bibliography (co-compiled by Jouni Maho & Bonny Sands). Orientalia et africana gothoburgensia, n. 17. Göteborg: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis. 2002. Pp ix+428. Africa & Asia 3 (edited by Jouni Maho). Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2003. Pp 184.
Svensk-kinyarwanda ordbok = Swedish-Kinyarwanda lexicon (co-compiled by Moise Mugabo Ntihabose & Jouni Maho). Göteborg africana informal series, n. 2. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2003. Pp 180. Africa & Asia 4 (edited by Jouni Maho). Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2004. Pp 215.
Ten unannotated Haya wordlists from Tanzania (co-compiled by Jouni Maho & Abdulaziz Lodhi). Göteborg africana informal series, n. 4. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2004. Pp 126. Africa & Asia 5 (edited by Jouni Maho). Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2005. Pp 194.
Ten annotated Haya word lists from Tanzania (co-written by Jouni Maho & Abdulaziz Lodhi). Unpublished project report. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2006. Pp vi+278. Indices to Bantu languages = an accompanying volume to the New Updated Guthrie List. Studies in African linguistics, n. 73. Munich: Lincom Europa. 2008. Pp 187.
The Bantu bibliography. African linguistic bibliographies, n. 8. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag. 2008. Pp xxiv+844.

Online supplement PDF
Simplified web version (incl. supplement) PDF

The New Updated Guthrie List. Forthcoming. Pp 234.

Simplified web version PDF

OTHER PUBLICATIONS & UNPUBLICATIONS (in reverse chronological order)

Meet the editors: Jouni Maho. In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 160/3 (2010), p. 3.

Language identification puzzle (co-produced with Keith Slater). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 159/2 (2010), p. 11.

Aristotle celebrates the discovery of the Σύνδεσμος (cartoon co-produced with Ann Shen Tgrii-Kearn). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 159/2 (2010), p. 3.

The divine future of linguistics, pt. 2. In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 158/3 (2010), p. 6.

The divine future of linguistics, pt. 1. In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 158/2 (2010), p. 7.

On leaving a trace (cartoon). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 158/1 (2010), p. 3.

On logophoric pronouns (cartoon). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 157/4 (2009), p. 3.

Love queries of a linguist. In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 157/3 (2009), p. 4.

The kinetic difference between imperative and prohibitive (cartoon). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 157/2 (2009), p. 4.

Famous extracts (game). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 157/η (2009), p. 24.

Pivotal moments in the history of linguistics: Prof. Pinker disagrees with Prof. Sampson on the issue of innateness (cartoon). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 156/4 (2009), p. 3.

Pivotal moments in the history of linguistics: Daniel Jones discovers a cardinal vowel (cartoon co-produced with Kean Kaufmann). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 156/3 (2009), p. 3.

Pivotal moments in the history of linguistics: Chomsky works out the final details of the Minimalist Program (cartoon co-produced with Kean Kaufmann). In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 156/2 (2009), p. 4.

Polyglottens magiska kvadrat. In: Språktidningen, n. 1 (2009), p. 95.

The polyglot's magic square. In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 155/3 (2008), p. 8.

A plea for decensy. In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 155/2 (2008), p. 2.

Comparative TAM morphology in Niger-Congo: the case of persistive, and some other, markers in Bantu. In: Interdependence of diachronic and synchronic analyses, p. 283-298. Ed. by Folke Josephson & Ingmar Söhrman. Studies in language, companion series, n. 103. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publ. 2008.

The life and death of an anonymous verb. In: Speculative Grammarian, v. 154/4 (2008), p. 3.

The linear ordering of TAM/NEG markers in the Bantu languages. In: SOAS working papers in linguistics, v. 15 (2007), p. 213-225.

Proto-Bantu. In: Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, second edition. Elsevier Science. 2006.

Book review of 'The locative class in Shengologa' by Sabine Neumann. In: Journal of African languages and linguistics, v. 26 (2005), p. 103-108.

Book notice for 'A glossary of terms for Bantu verbal categories' by Rose, Beaudoin-Lietz & Nurse. In: Language, v. 81 (2005), p. 786-787.

How many languages are there in Africa, really? In: Globalisation and African languages, p. 279-296. Ed. by Katrin Bromber & Birgit Smieja. Trends in linguistics: studies and monographs, n. 156. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 2004.

Språk och samhälle i Afrika HT2003: kommentarer till hemtentan = Comments to home assignment for the course "Language and society in Africa". Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2004. Pp 6.

A classification of the Bantu languages: an update of Guthrie's referential system. In: The Bantu languages, p. 639-651. Ed. by Derek Nurse & Gérard Philippson. Routledge language family series, n. 4. London & New York: Routledge. 2003.

Remarks on a few 'polyplural' classes in Bantu. In: Africa & Asia: Göteborg working papers on Asian and African languages and literatures, n. 3 (2003), p. 161-184.

Towards a bibliography for Mozambican languages, part 1: the smaller languages. In: Africa & Asia: Göteborg working papers on Asian and African languages and literatures, n. 3 (2003), p. 147-154.

A tentative model for the diachrony of grammatical gender in Bantu languages. In: Actes du 3e congrès mondial de linguistique africaine Lomé 2000, p. 281-295. Ed. by Kézié Koyenzi Lébikaza. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag. 2003.

Språk och samhälle i Afrika HT2002: kommentarer till hemtentan = Comments to home assignment for the course "Language and society in Africa". Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2003. Pp 6.

The Bantu line-up: comparative overview of three Bantu classifications. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2002. Pp 59.

Book review of 'Grammar of literary Swahili' by Jan Knappert. In: Africa & Asia: Göteborg working papers on Asian and African languages and literatures, n. 2 (2002), p. 212-213.

Book review of 'Out of Africa' by Mikael Parkvall. In: Africa & Asia: Göteborg working papers on Asian and African languages and literatures, n. 2 (2002), p. 203-212.

Språk och samhälle i Afrika HT2001: kommentarer till hemtentan = Comments to home assignment for the course "Language and society in Africa". Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2002. Pp 6.

The Bantu area: (towards clearing up) a mess. In: Africa & Asia: Göteborg working papers on Asian and African languages and literatures, n. 1 (2001), p. 40-49.

Språk och samhälle i Afrika HT2000: kommentarer till hemtentan = Comments to home assignment for the course "Language and society in Africa". Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2001. Pp 7.

Comparative word list of !Kwi languages plus brief intro. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 2000. Pp 57.

The linguistic legacy of the early missionaries in southern Africa. In: Tongues and texts unlimited (Festschrift Tore Janson), p. 143-154. Ed. by Hans Aili & Peter af Trampe. Dept of Classics, Stockholm University. 2000.

A (tentative) verb slot system for Shona. Unpublished report for the ALLEX (African Language Lexicon) Project. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 1999. Pp 15+2.

Three Ge'ez texts, transliterated and translated. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 1999. Pp 23.

Notes on nouns and noun phrases in Iká. Revised version. (First version, 1998.) Working paper from the Gothenburgian Iká Sessions. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 1999. Pp 22.

Select chronology of South African legislation: a reference guide, 1806 to 1990-ish. Dept of Oriental and African Languages, Göteborg University. 1998. Pp 74.

Datainsamling genom språkelicitering = Data collection by way of elicitation. In: Kompendium i lingvistisk metod. Dept of Linguistics, Göteborg University. 1995. Pp 19.

Om skriftsystem = On writing systems. In: Språk i fokus, p. 72-88. Ed. by Elisabeth Ahlsén & Jens Allwood. Lund: Studentlitteratur. 1995.

Världens språk = Languages of the world (co-written by Joakim Nivre & Jouni Maho). In: Språk i fokus, p. 59-71. Ed. by Elisabeth Ahlsén & Jens Allwood. Lund: Studentlitteratur. 1995.

Interviewing foreign students at the Humanistics Faculty (co-written by Joseph Antwi, Esmée Augustijn, Fang Lan Chen, Guo Sen & Jouni Maho). Dept of Linguistics, Göteborg University. 1995. Pp 25.

Calculating differences in phonological features of consonants in a sample of 25 Bantu languages plus an abridged appendix. Dept of Linguistics, Göteborg University. 1995. Pp 44+15.

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