Open for business

All volumes of our publication series Language Documentation and Description are now available for purchase through the new SOAS online store. Payment can be made by all major credit cards and the store uses the latest security technology, including Verified by Visa, so you can shop in complete safety. Simply register you name and address, fill up your shopping basket and pay at the checkout. You will receive an emailed receipt and a message from us about dispatch of your purchases.

To celebrate our new online sales system we are offering all volumes free of post and packing (a saving of 20% off the normal retail price) from now until 1st June. Orders for all 8 volumes will thus save GBP 20 (USD 30). This is a strictly limited offer and in June prices will return to their usual level.

Anyone who prefers not to order online can still use our downloadable order form available here and post it in to us. The same discount will apply for off line orders.

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