New book on South American languages with three papers by Rik van Gijn

"The native languages of South America: origins, development, typology", edited by Loretta O'Connor and Pieter Muysken, covers a broad range of topics related to the history and structure of South American languages. It contains two papers by Rik van Gijn, one on a transition zone between the Andes and the Amazon, and the other about nominalization as a subordination strategy in South American languages, as well as a concluding chapter co-written by Rik van Gijn together with all of the contributors. For more information, see link below:

Sascha Völlmin