New look HRELP online store

In time for the holiday season and the approaching New Year the Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project (HRELP) has reorganised its online store to make it easier for customers to find what we have available, as well as allowing us to expand our range of publication offerings. Our publications are now categorised into “Special Offers”, “LDD journal”, “FEL books” and “Other publications”.

For a limited time we have the following Special Offers available:

  • a set of Language Documentation and Description Volumes 1 to 9 for £80 (RRP £112.50)
  • a set of Language Documentation and Description Volumes 1 to 10 for £100 (RRP £125.00)
  • a special package of the Proceedings from the recent Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 3 conference and archiving workshop for £15 (33% off the RRP of £20)
  • Language Documentation and Description Volume 10 which is a special issue on language and music, prosody, and grammar and meaning. This is available until 31 January 2012 for £10 (25% off the RRP of £12.50)

Among our Other Publications are the two Proceedings from the recent conference and workshop that can be ordered separately, and Spoken Hokkien by Meili Fang, an introductory textbook and audio CD for teachers and learners of Hokkien (also known as Minnan, Taiwanese).

We plan to add further to our publications offerings in 2012 so have a look at the new shopfront now and over the coming months.

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