Publications by George van Driem

2017 d
The epistemological event horizon in archaeology‘, pp. xv-xvii in Manjil Hazarika, Prehistory and Archaeology of Northeast India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
2017 c
Gyaneshwer Chaubey, Rakesh Tamang, Erwan Pennarun, Pavan Dubey, Niraj Rai, Rakesh Kumar Upadhyay, Rajendra Prasad Meena, Jayanti R. Patel, George van Driem, Kumarasamy Thangaraj, Mait Metspalu and Richard Villems. 2017. ‘Reconstructing the population history of the largest tribe of India: the Dravidian speaking Gond‘, European Journal of Human Genetics, <doi: 10.1038/ejhg.2016.198>.
2017 b
Gyaneshwer Chaubey, Periyasamy Govindaraj, Niraj Rai, George van Driem and Kumarasamy Thangaraj. 2017. ‘The genome-wide analysis of the Bhils: The second largest tribal population of India‘, Man In India, 97 (1): 279-290.
2017 a
Converging views on Asian prehistory from different windows on the past‘, Man In India, 97 (1): 5-16.
2016 g
The Eastern Himalayan corridor in prehistory‘, pp. 467-524, Vol. II in Elena Nikolaevna Kolpačkova, ed., Проблемы китайского и общего языкознания — Problems in Chinese and General Linguistics. St. Petersburg: Izdatel’stvo Studija « NP-Print ».
2016 f
Linguistic topography and language survival‘, pp. 258-274 in Ramazan Korkmaz and Gürkan Doğan, eds., Endangered Languages of the Caucasus and Beyond. Leiden: Brill.
2016 e
Swapan Mallick, Heng Li, Mark Lipson, Iain Mathieson, Melissa Gymrek, Fernando Racimo, Mengyao Zhao, Niru Chennagiri, Susanne Nordenfelt, Arti Tandon, Pontus Skoglund, Iosif Lazaridis, Sriram Sankararaman, Qiaomei Fu, Nadin Rohland, Gabriel Renaud, Yaniv Erlich, Thomas Willems, Carla Gallo, Jeffrey P. Spence, Yun S. Yong, Giovanni Poletti, Francois Balloux, George van Driem, Peter de Knijff, Irene Gallego Romero, Aashish R. Jha, Doron M. Behar, Claudio M. Bravi, Cristian Capelli, Tor Hervig, Andres Moreno-Estrada, Olga L. Posukh, Elena Balanovska, Oleg Balanovsky, Sena Karachanak-Yankova, Hovhannes Sahakyan, Draga Toncheva, Levon Yepiskoposyan, Chris Tyler-Smith, Yali Xue, M. Syafiq Abdullah, Andres Ruiz-Linares, Cynthia M. Beall, Anna Di Rienzo, Choongwon Jeong, Elena B. Starikovskaya, Ene Metspalu, Jüri Parik, Richard Villems, Brenna M. Henn, Ugur Hodoglugil, Robert Mahley, Antti Sajantila, George Stamatoyannopoulos, Joseph T. S. Wee, Rita Khusainova, Elza Khusnutdinova, Sergey Litvinov, George Ayodo, David Comas, Michael F. Hammer, Toomas Kivisild, William Klitz, Cheryl Winkler, Damian Labuda, Michael Bamshad, Lynn B. Jorde, Sarah A. Tishkoff, W. Scott Watkins, Mait Metspalu, Stanislav Dryomov, Rem Sukernik, Lalji Singh, Kumarasamy Thangaraj, Svante Pääbo, Janet Kelso, Nick Patterson and David Reich. 2016. ‘The Simons Genome Diversity Project: 300 genomes from 142 diverse populations‘, Nature, 538 (7624): 201-206 <doi:10.1038/nature18964>.
2016 d
Modernisation in the service of cultural preservation: Discussion on Dzongkha continues‘, འབྲུག་གི་དུས་དེབ་ Druk Journal, 2 (1): 46-52.
2016 c
Book Review: Seino van Breugel. A Grammar of Atong (Brill’s Studies in South and Southwest Asian Languages 5). Leiden: Brill, 2014, 660 pp., ISBN 9789004258921. €231,00 (Hb)‘, Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics, 3 (2): 231-232.
2016 b
Endangered language research and the moral depravity of ethics protocols‘, Language Documentation & Conservation, 10: 244-252.
2016 a
Sophie Hackinger, Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, Yali Xue, Massimo Mezzavilla, Asan, George van Driem, Mark A. Jobling, Peter de Knijff, Chris Tyler-Smith and Qasim Ayub. 2016. ‘Wide distribution and altitude correlation of an archaic high-altitude adaptive EPAS1 haplotype in the Himalayas‘, Human Genetics, Human Genetics, 135 (4): 393-402.
2015 l
The Himalayas as a prehistoric corridor for the peopling of East and Southeast Asia‘, pp. 318-325 in Georg Miehe and Colin Pendry, eds., Nepal: An Introduction to the Natural History, Ecology and Human Environment in the Himalayas. Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
2015 k
Symbiosism, Symbiomism and the perils of memetic management‘, pp. 327-347 in Mark Post, Stephen Morey and Scott Delancey, eds., Language and Culture in Northeast India and Beyond. Canberra: Asia-Pacific Linguistics.
2015 j
From Dhaulagiri to Lappland, the Americas and Oceania‘, pp.45-71 in Niraj Kumar, George van Driem and Phunchok Stobdan, eds., Himalayan Bridge. New Delhi: Knowledge World Publishers.
2015 i
Preface‘, p. xxvii in Niraj Kumar, George van Driem and Phunchok Stobdan, eds., Himalayan Bridge. New Delhi: Knowledge World Publishers.
2015 h
[無我] «跨喜馬拉雅語系 ~ 兼論本譜系說對史前人群遷移之啟發», 汉藏语学报 (漢藏語學報), 8: 10-20.
2015 g
Peter H. Sudmant, Swapan Mallick, Bradley J. Nelson, Fereydoun Hormozdiari, Niklas Krumm, John Huddleston, Bradley P. Coe, Carl Baker, Susanne Nordenfelt, Michael Bamshad, Lynn B. Jorde, Olga L. Posukh, Hovhannes Sahakyan, W. Scott Watkins, Levon Yepiskoposyan, M. Syafiq Abdullah, Claudio M. Bravi, Cristian Capelli, Tor Hervig, Joseph T.S. Wee, Chris Tyler-Smith, George van Driem, Irene Gallego Romero, Aashish R. Jha, Sena Karachanak-Yankova, Draga Toncheva, David Comas, Brenna Henn, Toomas fKivisild, Andres Ruiz-Linares, Antti Sajantila, Ene Metspalu, Jüri Parik, Richard Villems, Elena B. Starikovskaya, George Ayodo, Cynthia M. Beall, Anna di Rienzo, Michael Hammer, Rita Khusainova, Elza Khusnutdinova, William Klitz, Cheryl Winkler, Damian Labuda, Mait Metspalu, Sarah A. Tishkoff, Stanislav Dryomov, Rem Sukernik, Nick Patterson, David Reich and Evan E. Eichler. ‘Global diversity, population stratification and selection of human copy number variation’, Science, 349 (6253): 1181 & aab3761-1 to aab3761-9 <doi: 10.1126/science.aab3761>.
2015 f
Book Review: Dubi Nanda Dhakal. Darai Texts (Languages of the World/Text Collections 32). München: LINCOM Europa, 2013, 132 pp.’, Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics, 2 (2): 263-267.
2015 e
Synoptic grammar of the Bumthang language, a language of the central Bhutan highlands’, Himalayan Linguistics Archive, 6: 1-77.
2015 d
Im Himalaja auf der Spur der Sprachen’, Wissenschaftsmagazin UniPress (Juni 2015 « Forschen in der Welt »), 164: 4-6.
2015 c
Language and identity in Bhutan’, འབྲུག་གི་དུས་དེབ་ Druk Journal, 1 (1): 61-67.
2015 b
Health in the Himalayas and the Himalayan homelands’, pp. 161-194 in Charles Ramble and Ulrike Roesler, eds., Tibetan and Himalayan Healing. Kathmandu: Vajra Publications.
2015 a
Tibeto-Burman’, pp. 135-148 in William S.-Y. Wang, Chaofen Sun, eds., Oxford Handbook of Chinese Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2014 j
Review: ‘Nathan W. Hill (ed.):Mediaeval Tibeto-Burman Languages IV. (Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region.) x, 480 pp.Leiden and Boston:Brill,2012. €163. ISBN978 90 04 23202 0’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 77 (3): 618-620.
2014 i
Iosif Lazaridis, Nick Patterson, Alissa Mittnik, Gabriel Renaud, Swapan Mallick, Karola Kirsanow, Peter H. Sudmant , Joshua G. Schraiber, Sergi Castellano, Mark Lipson, Bonnie Berger, Christos Economou, Ruth Bollongino, Qiaomei Fu, Kirsten I. Bos, Susanne Nordenfelt, Heng Li, Cesare de Filippo, Kay Prüfer, Susanna Sawyer, Cosimo Posth, Wolfgang Haak, Fredrik Hallgren, Elin Fonander, Nadin Rohland, Dominique Delsate, Michael Francken, Jean-Michel Guinet, Joachim Wahl, George Ayodo, Hamza A. Babiker,, Graciela Bailliet, Elena Balanovska, Oleg Balanovsky, Ramiro Barrantes, Gabriel Bedoya, Haim Ben-Ami, Judit Bene, Fouad Berrada, Claudia M. Bravi, Francesca Brisighelli, George B.J. Busby, Francesco Cali, Michail Churnosov, David E.C. Cole, Daniel Corach, Larissa Damba, George van Driem, Stanislav Dryomov, Jean-Michel Dugoujon, Sardana A. Fedorova, Irene Gallego Romero, Marina Gubina, Michael Hammer, Brenna Henn, Tor Hervig, Ugur Hodoglugil, Aashish R. Jha, Sena Karachanak-Yankova, Rita Khusainova, Elza Khusnutdinova, Rick Kittles, Toomas Kivisild, William Klitz, Vaidutis Kučinskas, Alena Kushniarevich, Leila Laredj, Sergei Litvinov, Theologos Loukidis, Robert W. Mahley, Béla Melegh, Ene Metspalu, Julio Molina, Joanna Mountain, Klemetti Näkkäläjärvi, Desislava Nesheva, Thomas Nyambo, Ludmila Osipova, Jüri Parik, Fedor Platanov, Olga Posukh, Valentino Romano, Francisco Rothhammer, Igor Rudan, Ruslan Ruizbakiev, Hovhannes Sahakyan, Antti Sajantila, Antonio Salas, Elena B. Starikovskaya, Ayele Tarekegn, Draga Toncheva, Shahlo Turdikulova, Ingrida Uktveryte, Olga Utevska, René Vazquez, Mercedes Villena, Mikhail Voevoda, Cheryl Winkler, Levon Yeppiskoposyan, Pierre Zalloua, Tatijana Zemunik, Alan Cooper, Cristian Capelli, Mark G. Thomas, Andres Ruiz-Linares, Sarah A. Tishkoff, Lalji Singh,, Kumarasamy Thangaraj, Richard Villems, David Comas, Rem Sukernik, Mait Metspalu, Matthias Meyer, Evan E. Eichler, Joachim Burger, Montgomery Slatkin, Svante Pääbo, Janet Kelso, David Reich and Johannes Krause. 2014. ‘Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans’, Nature, 513 (7518): 409-413 <doi:10.1038/nature13673>.
2014 h
From the Dhaulagiri to Lappland, the Americas and Oceania’, Journal of Indian Research, 2 (2): 2-19.
2014 g
Eastern Himalaya: cradle of ethnogenesis’, Himāl Southasian, published online 5 August 2014.
2014 f
Georges van Driem et Karma Tshering de Gaselô. 2014. Parlons dzongkha [avec un avant-propos par Françoise Pommaret]. Paris: L’Harmattan.
2014 e
Chaubey, Gyaneshwer, and Manvendra Singh, Federica Crivellaro, Rakesh Tamang, Amrita Nandan, Kamayani Singh, Varun Sharma, Ajai Kumar Pathak, Anish M. Shah, Vishwas Sharma, Vipin Kumar Singh, Deepa Selvi Rani, Niraj Rai, Alena Kushniarevich, Anne-Mai Ilumäe, Monika Karmin, Anand Phillip, Abhilasha Verma, Erik Prank, Vijay Kumar Singh, Blaise Li, Periyasamy Govindaraj, Akhilesh Kumar Chaubey, Pavan Kumar Dubey, Alla G. Reddy, Kumpati Premkumar, Satti Vishnupriya, Veena Pande, Jüri Parik, Siiri Rootsi, Phillip Endicott, Mait Metspalu, Marta Mirazon Lahr, George van Driem, Richard Villems, Toomas Kivisild, Lalji Singh and Kumarasamy Thangaraj. 2014. ‘Unravelling the distinct strains of Tharu ancestry’, European Journal of Human Genetics, 22: 1404-1412 <doi:10.1038/ejhg.2014.36>.
2014 d
A prehistoric thoroughfare between the Ganges and the Himalayas’, pp. 60-98 in Tiatoshi Jamir and Manjil Hazarika, eds., 50 Years after Daojali-Hading: Emerging Perspectives in the Archaeology of Northeast India. New Delhi: Research India Press.
2014 c
Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, Kristiaan J. van der Gaag, Sofia B. Zúñiga, Yali Xue, Denise R. Carvalho-Silva, Chris Tyler-Smith , Mark A. Jobling, Emma J. Parkin, Bing Su, Hong Shi, Chunjie Xiao, Wenru Tang, V.K. Kashyap, R. Trivedi, T. Sitalaximi, Jheelam Banerjee, Karma Tshering of Gaselô, Nirmal Man Tuladhar, Jean Robert M.L. Opgenort, George L. van Driem, Guido Barbujani and Peter de Knijff. 2014. ‘A linguistically informed autosomal STR survey of human populations residing in the Greater Himalayan Region’, Public Library of Science PLoS One, 9(3): e91534.
2014 b
The tale of tea’, The Magazine, 3: 246-257.
2014 a
Trans-Himalayan’, pp. 11-40 in Nathan Hill and Thomas Owen-Smith, eds., Trans-Himalayan Linguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
2013 f
East Asian ethnolinguistic phylogeography’, Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics, 7 (1): 135-188.
2013 e
བོད་སྐད་ཀྱི་མེས་པོ། [Tibetan translation of van Driem (འཇམ་དབྱངས་འོད་ཟེར་) 2013d], pp. 325-362 in Gray Tuttle, Kunsang Gya, Karma Dare and Johnathan Wilber, eds., The Third International Conference on Tibetan Language, Volume 1: Proceedings of the Panels on Domains of Use and Linguistic Interactions. New York: Trace Foundation [Tibetan translation of van Driem 2013e].
2013 d
The ancestry of Tibetan’, pp. 363-397 in Gray Tuttle, Kunsang Gya, Karma Dare and Johnathan Wilber, eds., The Third International Conference on Tibetan Language, Volume 1: Proceedings of the Panels on Domains of Use and Linguistic Interactions. New York: Trace Foundation.
2013 c
Identity lies more in language than in genes’, Kuensel K2, iii (39): 16-17.
2013 b
How close is one language to another?’, p. 9 in Mark Jobling, Edward Hollox, Matthew Hurles, Toomas Kivisild and Chris Tyler-Smith, Human Evolutionary Genetics (2nd edition). Abingdon: Garland Science.
2013 a
Biactantial agreement in the Gongduk transitive verb in the broader Tibeto-Burman context’, pp. 69-81 in Timothy J. Thornes, Erik Andvik, Gwendolyn Hyslop and Joana Jansen, eds., Functional-Historical Approaches to Explanation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2012 e
Rai, Niraj, Gyaneshwer Chaubey, Rakesh Tamang, Ajai Kumar Pathak, Vipin Kumar Singh, Monika Karmin, Manvendra Singh, Deepa Selvi Rani, Sharath Anugula, Brijesh Kumar Yadav, Ashish Singh, Ramkumar Srinivasagan, Anita Yadav, Manju Kashyap, Sapna Narvariya, Alla G. Reddy, George van Driem, Peter A. Underhill, Richard Villems, Toomas Kivisild, Lalji Singh and Kumarasamy Thangaraj. ‘The phylogeography of Y-chromosome haplogroup H1a1a-M82 reveals the likely Indian origin of the European Romani populations’, Public Library of Science PLoS One, 7 (11): e48477.
2012 d
Foreword’, pp. 5-6 in Kavita Rastogi, A Descriptive Grammar of Raji. Delhi: Aviram Prakashan.
2012 c
Etyma, shouldered adzes and molecular variants’, pp. 335-361 in Andrea Ender, Adrian Leemann and Bernhard Wälchli, eds., Methods in Contemporary Linguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
2012 b
The ethnolinguistic identity of the domesticators of Asian rice’, Comptes Rendus Palevol, 11 (2): 117-132.
2012 a
Glimpses of the ethnolinguistic prehistory of northeastern India’, pp. 187-211 in Toni Huber and Stuart Blackburn, eds., Origins and Migrations in the Extended Eastern Himalayas. Leiden: Brill.
2011 e
The Trans-Himalayan phylum and its implications for population prehistory’, Communication on Contemporary Anthropology, 5: 135-142.
2011 d
Rice and the Austroasiatic and Hmong-Mien homelands’, pp. 361-389 in Nick J. Enfield, ed., Dynamics of Human Diversity: The Case of Mainland Southeast Asia. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
2011 c
Morten Rasmussen, Xiaosen Guo, Yong Wang, Kirk E. Lohmueller, Simon Rasmussen, Anders Albrechtsen, Line Skotte, Stinus Lindgreen, Mait Metspalu, Thibaut Jombart, Toomas Kivisild, Weiwei Zhai, Anders Eriksson, Andrea Manica, Ludovic Orlando, Francisco de la Vega, Silvano Tridico, Ene Metspalu, Kasper Nielsen, María C. Ávila-Arcos, J. Víctor Moreno-Mayar, Craig Muller, Joe Dortch, M. Thomas P. Gilbert, Ole Lund, Agata Wesolowska, Monika Karmin, Lucy A. Weinert, Bo Wang, Jun Li, Shuaishuai Tai, Fei Xiao, Tsunehiko Hanihara, George van Driem, Aashish R. Jha, François-Xavier Ricaut, Peter de Knijff, Andrea B. Migliano, Irene Gallego-Romero, Karsten Kristiansen, David Lambert, Søren Brunak, Peter Forster, Bernd Brinkmann, Olaf Nehlich, Michael Bunce, Michael Richards, Ramneek Gupta, Carlos Bustamante, Anders Krogh, Robert A. Foley, Marta Mirazón Lahr, François Balloux, Thomas Sicheritz-Pontén, Richard Villems, Rasmus Nielsen, Wang Jun, Eske Willerslev. 2011. ‘An aboriginal Australian genome reveals separate human dispersals into Asia’, Science, 334 (6052): 94-98.
2011 b
Tibeto-Burman subgroups and historical grammar’, Himalayan Linguistics, 10 (1): 31-39.
2011 a
Lost in the sands of time somewhere north of the Bay of Bengal’, pp. 13-38 in Mark Turin and Bettina Zeisler, eds., Himalayan Languages and Linguistics: Studies in Phonology, Semantics, Morphology and Syntax. Leiden: Brill.
2010 c
Editorial Foreword’, p. xxv, vol. 1 in Anton Lustig, A Grammar and Dictionary of Zaiwa (two volumes). Leiden: Brill.
2010 b
The Shompen of Great Nicobar Island: New linguistic and genetic data, and the Austroasiatic homeland revisited’, pp. 224-259 in Keralaputra Shreevinasaiah Nagaraja and Kashyap Mankodi, eds., Austroasiatic Linguistics: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics, 26-28 November 2007. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages.
2010 a
Gyaneshwer Chaubey, Mait Metspalu, Ying Choi, Reedik Mägi, Irene Gallego Romero, Siiri Rootsi, Pedro Soares, Mannis van Oven, Doron M. Behar, Siiri Rootsi, Georgi Hudjashov, Chandana Basu Mallick, Monika Karmin, Mari Nelis, Jüri Parik, Alla Goverdhana Reddy, Ene Metspalu, George van Driem, Yali Xue, Chris Tyler-Smith, Kumarasamy Thangaraj, Lalji Singh, Maido Remm, Martin B. Richards, Marta Mirazon Lahr, Manfred Kayser, Richard Villems and Toomas Kivisild. 2010. ‘Population genetic structure in Indian Austroasiatic speakers: The role of landscape barriers and sex-specific admixture’, Molecular Biology and Evolution, 28 (2): 1013-1024.
2009 c
Editorial Foreword’, p. ix in John Timothy King, A Grammar of Dhimal. Leiden: Brill.
2009 b
Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, Emma J. Parkin, Denise R. Carvalho-Silva, George van Driem, Guido Barbujani, Chris Tyler-Smith, Mark A. Jobling and Peter de Knijff. 2009. ‘Genetic and linguistic borders in the Himalayan region’, pp. 181-201 in Francesco d’Errico and Jean-Marie Hombert, eds., Becoming Eloquent: Advances in the Emergence of Language, Human Cognition and Modern Cultures. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2009 a
Genetische evolutie en de evolutie van taal’, Evolutie zit in je genen: Over Darwin en Genomics. Bio-Wetenschappen en Maatschappij, 28 (1): 44-45.
2008 k
Linguistic population prehistory of the greater Himalayan region: Interpretations of emergent genetic data’, pp. 98-112 in V.G. Tomachev and Aiym M. Zholdasbekova, eds., Proceedings of the International Conference ‘First Greet Migrations of Peoples’ under the auspices of UNESCO (UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, 19 June 2008). Paris: The Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Kazakhstan to UNESCO.
2008 j
The Shompen of Great Nicobar Island: New linguistic and genetic data, and the Austroasiatic homeland revisited’, Mother Tongue, XIII: 227-247.
2008 i
The origin of language: Symbiosism and Symbiomism’, pp. 381-400 in John D. Bengtson, ed., In Hot Pursuit of Language in Prehistory. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2008 h
To which language family does Chinese belong, or what’s in a name’, pp. 219-253 in Alicia Sanchez-Mazas, Roger Blench, Malcolm D. Ross, Ilia Peiros and Marie Lin, eds., Past Human Migrations in East Asia: Matching Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics. London and New York: Routledge.
2008 g
Editorial Foreword’, p. xxv in Dörte Borchers, A Grammar of Sunwar: Desciptive Grammar, Paradigms, Texts and Glossary. Leiden: Brill.
2008 f
Saving the Himalayan languages’, The South Asian, July-September 2008, pp. 78-83.
2008 e
Die Naga-Sprachengruppe innerhalb der tibetobirmanischen Sprachfamilie’, pp. 311-321 in Michael Oppitz, Thomas Kaiser, Alban von Stockhausen and Marion Wettstein, eds., Naga Identitäten: Zeitenwende einer Lokalkultur im Nordosten Indiens. Gent: Uitgeverij Snoeck.
2008 d
The language organism: Parasite or mutualist?’, pp. 101-112, Vol. 2 in Rick Derk­sen, Jos Schae­ken, Alexander Lubotsky, Jeroen Wiedenhof and Sjoerd Siebinga, eds., Evidence and Counter-Evidence (Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics, vol. 33). Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi.
2008 c
The Naga language groups within the Tibeto-Burman language family’, pp. 311-321 in Michael Oppitz, Thomas Kaiser, Alban von Stockhausen and Marion Wettstein, eds., Naga Identities: Changing Local Cultures in the Northeast of India. Gent: Uitgeverij Snoeck.
2008 b
Michael Stubley W. Black and George van Driem. 2008. ‘D’amchi’, South East and East Anglian Tibetan Spaniel Society Newsletter, Spring 2008, pp. 7-12 (reprinted in Tibbie Topics, Journal of the Tibetan Spaniel Association of Victoria, January, February, March 2008, pp. 9-12, and reprinted in Danish translation in Tibbe Magasinet, 7 (4): 14-21).
2008 a
Reflections on the ethnolinguistic prehistory of the greater Himalayan region’, pp. 39-59, Vol.1 in Brigitte Huber, Marianne Volkart and Paul Widmer, eds., Chomolangma, Demawend und Kasbek (2 vols.). Halle: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies.
2007 m
Editorial Foreword’, p. vii in Heleen Plaisier, A Grammar of Lepcha. Leiden: Brill.
2007 l
Editorial Foreword’, p. xxxi in Thatil Umbavu Varghese Joseph, Rabha. Leiden: Brill.
2007 k
A holistic approach to the fine art of grammar writing: The Dallas Manifesto’, pp. 93-184 in Novel Kishore Rai, Yogendra Prasad Yadav, Bhim N. Regmi and Balaram Prasain, eds., Recent Studies in Nepalese Linguistics. Kathmandu: Linguistic Society of Nepal.
2007 j
Saving Himalayan languages’, Indian Mountaineer, 43: 66-71.
2007 i
Dzala and Dakpa form a coherent subgroup within East Bodish, and some related thoughts’, pp. 71-84 in Roland Bielmeier and Felix Haller, eds., Linguistics of the Himalayas and Beyond. Berlin: Mouton.
2007 h
Austroasiatic phylogeny and the Austroasiatic homeland in light of recent population genetic studies’, Mon-Khmer Studies, 37: 1-14.
2007 g
Ob virulentas nonnularum herbarum exhalationes’, pp. 65-72 in John A. Ardussi and Françoise Pommaret, eds., Bhutan: Traditions and Changes. Leiden: Brill.
2007 f
South Asia and the Middle East’, pp. 283-347 in Christopher Mosely, ed. Encyclopaedia of the World’s Endangered Languages. London: Routledge.
2007 e
Endangered Languages of South Asia’, pp. 303-341 in Matthias Brenzinger, ed. Handbook of Endangered Languages. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
2007 d
The diversity of the Tibeto-Burman language family and the linguistic ancestry of Chinese’, Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics, 1 (2): 211-270.
2007 c
Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, George van Driem, Karma Tshering of Gaselô and Peter de Knijff. 2007. ‘Allele frequency distribution for 21 autosomal STR loci in Bhutan’, Forensic Science International, 168 (2-3): 227-231.
2007 b
Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, Jean Robert M.L. Opgenort, Nirmal Man Tuladhar, George van Driem and Peter de Knijff. 2007. ‘Allele frequency distribution for 21 autosomal STR loci in Nepal’, Forensic Science International, 170: 68-72.
2007 a
Emma J. Parkin, Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, Jean Robert M.L. Opgenort, Nirmal Man Tuladhar, George van Driem, Peter de Knijff and Mark Jobling. 2007. ‘Diversity of 26 Y-STR haplotypes in a Nepalese population sample: Isolation and drift in the Himalayas’, Forensic Science International, 166 (2-3): 176-181.
2006 h
The many tongues of the dragon: Bhutan’s languages and dialects provide an insight into a rich culture that has overcome the difficulties of a scattered population’, Bhutan Magazine 2006, pp. 20-25.
2006 g
Cátia P. Caetano, Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, Nirmal Man Tuladhar, Denise R. Carvalho-Silva, George van Driem, Chris Tyler-Smith and Peter de Knijff. 2006. ‘Nepalese populations show no association between the distribution of malaria and protective alleles’, Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine, 2 (1): 101-106.
2006 f
The prehistory of Tibeto-Burman and Austroasiatic in light of emergent population genetic studies’, Mother Tongue, XI: 160-211.
2006 e
[with co-authors] Emma J. Parkin, Thirsa Kraaijenbrink, Karma Tshering of Gaselô, George van Driem, Peter de Knijff and Mark Jobling. ‘26-locus Y-STR typing in a Bhutanese population sample’, Forensic Science International, 161 (1): 1-7.
2006 d
Nepalese geschiedenis volgens Whelpton’, Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 119 (2): 265-266. .
2006 c
Review: A manual of linguistic field work and structure of Indian languages. By Anvita Abbi (LINCOM handbooks in linguistics 17). Munich: LINCOM Europa, 2001. Pp. xii, 298. ISBN 3895864013. $84.80 (Hb), Language, 82 (2): 450. .
2006 b
Editorial Foreword’, p. xv in Gerard Jacobus Tolsma, A Grammar of Kulung. Leiden: Brill. .
2006 a
Mijn oom’, blz. 8 in Raden Noerito Pringgoadisuryo, Pikirans van een Javaanse avonturier. Doorwerth: Holland Graphic Consultants.
2005 e
Editorial Foreword’, p. xix in Jean Robert Opgenort, A Grammar of Jero, with an Historical Comparative Study of the Kiranti Languages. Leiden: Brill.
2005 d
Sino-Austronesian vs. Sino-Caucasian, Sino-Bodic vs. Sino-Tibetan, and Tibeto-Burman as default theory’, pp. 285-338 in Yogendra Prasada Yadava, Govinda Bhattarai, Ram Raj Lohani, Balaram Prasain and Krishna Parajuli, eds., Contemporary Issues in Nepalese Linguistics. Kathmandu: Linguistic Society of Nepal.
2005 c
The language organism: The Leiden theory of language evolution’, pp. 331-340 in James W. Minett and William S-Y. Wang, eds., Language Acquisition, Change and Emergence: Essays in Evolutionary Linguistics. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.
2005 b
Keith W. Slater, A Grammar of Mangghuer: A Mongolic Language of China’s Qinghai-Gansu Sprachbund. London and New York: Routledge Curzon [Routledge Curzon Asian Linguistics Series]. 2003. xviii + 382’, Studies in Language, 29 (2): 547-549.
2005 a
Tibeto-Burman vs. Indo-Chinese: Implications for population geneticists, archaeologists and prehistorians’, pp. 81-106 in Laurent Sagart, Roger Blench and Alicia Sanchez-Mazas, eds. The Peopling of East Asia: Putting Together the Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics. London: Routledge Curzon.
2004 h
Editorial Foreword’, p. xvii in Jean Robert Opgenort, A Grammar of Wambule: Grammar, Lexicon, Texts and Cultural Survey of a Kiranti Tribe of Eastern Nepal. Leiden: Brill.
2004 g
Review Article: ‘The Sino-Tibetan Languages. Edited by Graham Thurgood and Randy J. LaPolla. Routledge Language Family Series, no. 3. London: Routledge, 2003. xxii, 727 pp. $295.00 (cloth) ’, Journal of Asian Studies, 63 (4): 1127-1128.
2004 f
Language as organism: A brief introduction to the Leiden theory of language evolution’, pp. 1-9 in Ying-chin Lin, Fang-min Hsu, Chun-chih Lee, Jackson T.-S. Sun, Hsiu-fang Yang and Dah-ah Ho, eds., Studies on Sino-Tibetan Languages (Language and Linguistics Monograph Series W-4). Taipei: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica.
2004 e
Hodgson’s Tibeto-Burman and Tibeto-Burman today’, pp. 227-248 in David M. Waterhouse, ed., The Origins of Himalayan Studies: Brian Houghton Hodgson in Nepal and Darjeeling 1820-1858. London: Routledge Curzon.
2004 d
The holistic approach to endangered language documentation: Research philosophy of the Himalayan Languages Project’, pp. 103-110 in Osama Sakiyama, Fubito Endo, Honoré Watanabe and Fumiko Sasama, eds., Lectures on Endangered Languages 4 – From Kyoto Conference 2001. Osaka: Endangered Languages of the Pacific Rim.
2004 c
Bhutan’s endangered languages programme under the Dzongkha Development Authority: Three rare gems’, pp. 294-326 in Karma Ura and Sonam Kinga, eds., The Spider and the Piglet: Proceedings of the First International Seminar on Bhutan Studies. Thimphu: Centre for Bhutan Studies.
2004 b
Newaric and Mahakiranti’, pp. 413-418 in Anju Saxena, ed., Himalayan Languages: Past and Present. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
2004 a
Book Review: ‘Meaning and Universal Grammar: Theory and Empirical Findings. 2 vols. Ed. by Cliff Goddard and Anna Wierzbicka. (Studies in Language Companion Series.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2002. ISBN 1588112640. $80(Hb.)’, Language, 80 (1): 163-165.
2003 h
The Language Organism: The Leiden theory of language evolution’, in Jiří Mírovský, Anna Kotěšovcová and Eva Hajičová, eds., Proceedings of the XVIIth International Congress of Linguists, Prague, July 24-29, 2003. Prague: Matfyzpress vydavatelství Matematicko-fyzikální fakulty Univerzity Karlovy.
2003 g
Review Article: ‘Graham Thurgood and Randy J. LaPolla (ed.): The Sino-Tibetan Languages (Routledge Language Family Series), xxii, 727 pp. London and New York: Routledge. 2003. £125’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 66 (2): 282-284.
2003 f
Review Article: ‘van Skyhawk, Hugh: Burushaski-Texte aus Hispar. Materialien zum Verständnis einer archaischen Bergkultur in Nordpakistan (Beiträge zur Indologie, 38). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2003. xxiv, 506 pp. ISBN 3-447-04645-7. 148,-’, Asiatische Studien – Études Asiatiques, LVII (2): 447-448.
2003 e
Review Article: ‘Beckwith, Christopher (2002). Mediaeval Tibeto-Burman Languages (Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Leiden 2000). Leiden, Boston, Köln: Brill’, Cahiers de Linguistique, Asie Orientale, 32 (2): 307-314.
2003 d
Bhutan has more than three gems’, Kuensel, Bhutan’s National Newspaper, XVIII (35, 6 September 2003): 2.
2003 c
Tibeto-Burman vs. Sino-Tibetan’, pp. 101-119 in Brigitte Bauer and Georges-Jean Pinault, eds., Language in Time and Space. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
2003 b
Mahakiranti revisited: Mahakiranti or Newaric?’, pp. 21-26 in Tej Ratna Kansakar and Mark Turin, eds., Themes in Himalayan Languages and Linguistics. Heidelberg and Kathmandu: South Asia Institute and Tribhuvan University.
2003 a
Book Review: ‘Philip Denwood. Tibetan. 1999. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam (xx + 372 =) 392 pp. US$ 99’, Lingua, 113: 161-165.
2002 d
What defines Tibetan-ness?’, The Tibet Journal, XXVII (3-4): 191-193.
2002 c
Tibeto-Burman phylogeny and prehistory: Languages, material culture and genes’, pp. 233-249 in Peter Bellwood and Colin Renfrew, eds., Examing the Farming/Language Dispersal Hypothesis. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
2002 b
Review Article: ‘Bhutan, Mountain Fortress of the Gods (1997), edited by Christian Schicklgruber and Françoise Pommaret, published in London by Serindia Publications and in Vienna by the Museum für Völkerkunde’, The Tibet Journal, XXVII (1): 237-240.
2002 a
Tibeto-Burman replaces Indo-Chinese in the 1990s: Review of a decade of a scholarship’, Lingua, 111: 79-102.
2001 c
Languages of the Himalayas: An Ethnolinguistic Handbook of the Greater Himalayan Region, containing an Introduction to the Symbiotic Theory of Language (2 vols.). Leiden: Brill. [xxvi + 1375 = 1401 pp.]
2001 b
Taal en Taalwetenschap. Leiden: Onderzoeksschool voor Aziatische, Afrikaanse en Amerindische Studies.
2001 a
Zhangzhung and its next of kin in the Himalayas’, pp. 31-44 in Yasuhiko Nagano and Randy LaPolla, eds., New Research on Zhangzhung and Related Himalayan Languages (Bon Studies 3, Senri Ethnological Reports 19). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
2000
ཞང་ཞུང་གི་རིགས་གནས་སྐད་རིགས་དང་དེ་དང་འབྲེལ་བའི་ཧི་མ་ལ་ཡའི་རྒྱུད་ཀྱི་མི་རིགས་ཁག་གི་རིག་གནས་དང་སྐད་ལ་དཔྱད་པ། [Tibetan translation of ‘Zhang-zhung and its next of kin in the Himalayas’ (2001a) by བོད་ལྗོངས་ཞིབ་འཇུག། bSod-nams Chos-rgyal], Bod-ljongs Ûib-’jug, 2000 (4): 45-61.
1999 e
Four Austric Theories’, Mother Tongue, V: 23-27.
1999 d
On the Austroasiatic Indus Theory‘, Mother Tongue, Special Issue (October 1999): 75-83.
1999 c
The Limbu verb revisited‘, pp. 209-230 in Yogendra Prasäd Yädava and Warren William Glover, eds., Topics in Nepalese Linguistics. Kathmandu: Royal Nepal Academy.
1999 b
A new theory on the origin of Chinese‘, pp. 43-58 in Peter Bellwood and Ian Lilley, eds., Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Bulletin, 18 (Indo-Pacific Prehistory: The Melaka Papers, Vol. 2). Canberra: Australian National University.
1999 a
The ethnic and cultural diversity of Bhutan‘, pp. 27-36 in Sabine Krings, ed., Bhutan: A Fortress at the Edge of Time. Vienna: Wiener Institut für Entwicklungsfragen und Zusammenarbeit.
1998 b
Neolithic correlates of ancient Tibeto-Burman migrations‘, pp. 67-102 in Roger Blench and Matthew Spriggs, eds., Archaeology and Language II. London: Routledge.
1998 a
རྫོང་ཁ། Dzongkha. Leiden: Research School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies [language textbook, xvi + 489 = 505 pp., with three audio compact disks].
1997 e
Mahākirāntīko khojīmā‘ [Nepali translation of ‘In Quest of Mahākirāntī’ (van Driem 1992 d) by Devī Prasād Gautam], Sayapatrī, 3 (1-2): 1-9.
1997 d
Some grammatical observations on Baṅgāṇī‘ (with co-author Suhnū Rām Sharmā), Indogermanische Forschungen, 102: 179-198.
1997 c
Sino-Bodic’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 60 (3): 455-488.
1997 b
A new analysis of the Limbu verb‘, pp. 153-173 in David Bradley, ed., Tibeto-Burman Languages of the Himalayas (Papers in Southeast Asian Linguistics, No. 14). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
1997 a
Sprachen und Bevölkerungsschichten in Nepal‘, Nepal-Information, 31 (79): 30-33.
1996 c
In Search of Kentum Indo-Europeans in the Himalayas‘ (with co-author Suhnū Rām Sharmā), Indogermanische Forschungen, 101: 107-146.
1996 b
Lexical categories of homosexual behaviour in modern Burmese‘, Maledicta, XII: 91-110.
1996 a
Bhutanees of Bhutaans’, Stichting Friends of Bhutan (mei 1996), pp. 2-3.
1995 b
Een eerste grammaticale verkenning van het Bumthang, een taal van Midden-Bhutan – met een overzicht van de talen en volkeren van Bhutan. Leiden: Centrum voor Niet-Westerse Studiën.
1995 a
Black Mountain conjugational morphology, Proto-Tibeto-Burman morphosyntax, and the linguistic position of Chinese‘, pp. 229-259 in Yoshio Nishi, James Alan Matisoff and Yasuhiko Nagano, eds., New Horizons in Tibeto-Burman Morphosyntax (Senri Ethnological Studies 41). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
1994 d
Language policy in Bhutan‘, pp. 87-105 in Michael Aris and Michael Hutt, eds., Bhutan: Aspects of Culture and Development, Gartmore: Kiscadale Publications.
1994 c
The Yakkha verb: interpretation and analysis of the Omruwa material (a Kiranti language of eastern Nepal)‘, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LVII (2): 347-355.
1994 b
East Bodish and Proto-Tibeto-Burman morphosyntax‘, pp. 608-617 in Hajime Kitamura, Tatsuo Nishida and Yasuhiko Nagano, eds., Current Issues in Sino-Tibetan Linguistics. Osaka: The Organizing Committee of the 26th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics.
1994 a
The phonologies of Dzongkha and the Bhutanese litur­gical language‘, Zentralasiatische Studien, 24: 36-44.
1993 g
Language change, conjugational morphology and the Sino-Tibetan Urheimat‘, Acta Linguistica Hafniensia, 26: 45-56.
1993 f
The Newar verb in Tibeto-Burman perspective‘, Acta Linguistica Hafniensia, 26: 23-43.
1993 e
Ancient Tangut manuscripts rediscovered‘, Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 16 (1): 137-156.
1993 d
Einige Bemerkungen zum Aspekt im Limbu‘, Linguistische Berichte, 148 (Dezember 1993): 483-489.
1993 c
A Grammar of Dumi. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [xx + 452 = 472 pp.]
1993 b
The Proto-Tibeto-Burman verbal agreement system’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LVI (2): 292-334.
1993 a
Sino-Tibetaanse talen‘, deel 21, blz. 176-177, ‘Tibetaanse taal’, deel 22, blz. 464, Grote Winkler Prins Encyclopedie (9e druk). Amsterdam: Uitgeversmaatschappij Argus.
1992 d
In Quest of Mahākirāntī‘, Contributions to Nepalese Studies – Journal of the Centre of Nepal and Asian Studies of Tribhuvan University, 19 (2): 241-247.
1992 c
Kadai talen’, deel 13, blz. 48-49, ‘Moenda talen’, deel 16, blz. 216-217, ‘Mon-Khmer talen’, deel 16, blz. 270-271, ‘Nicobarese talen’, deel 17, blz. 128, Grote Winkler Prins Encyclopedie (9e druk). Amsterdam: Uitgeversmaatschappij Argus.
1992 b
རྫོང་ཁའི་བརྡ་སྤྲོད་པའི་གཞུང། The Grammar of Dzongkha. Thimphu: Royal Government of Bhu­tan. [xviii + 388 = 406 pp.]
1992 a
Le proto-kiranti revisité, morphologie verbale du lohorung‘, Acta Linguistica Hafniensia, 24: 33-75.
1991 g
The Tibetan transcriptions of Tangut (Hsi-hsia) Ideo­grams‘ (with co-author Ksenia Borisovna von Kepping), Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 14 (1): 117-128.
1991 f
Hmong-Miën talen‘, deel 11, blz. 356-357, Grote Winkler Prins Encyclopedie (9e druk). Amsterdam: Uitgeversmaatschappij Argus.
1991 e
གཞུང་འབྲེལ་རྫོང་ཁ་རོ་མན་ ( འཛམ་གླིང་ནུབ་ཕྱོགས་པའི་ཡིག་ཐོག་ ) འབྲི་ལུགས་ལམ་སྟོན། Guide to Official Dzongkha Romanization. Thimphu: Royal Government of Bhutan. [x + 104 = 114 pp.]
1991 d
སྐད་རིགས་མ་འདྲ་བའི་དཔྱེ་ཞིབ་ཐེངས་དང་པའི་སྙན་ཞུ། Report on the First Linguistic Survey of Bhutan. Thimphu: Royal Government of Bhutan. [27 pp., internal publication of the Bhutanese government]
1991 c
Tangut verbal agreement and the patient category in Tibeto-Burman‘, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LIV (3): 520-534.
1991 b
Bahing and the Proto-Kiranti verb’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LIV (2): 336-356.
1991 a
Taal en identiteit: Indo-Arisch expansionisme in oostelijk Nepal‘, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 147 (1): 61-73.
1990 d
À propos de La Langue Hayu par Boyd Michailovsky‘, Cahiers de Linguistique: Asie Orientale, XIX (2): 267-285.
1990 c
Review of La Langue Hayu by Boyd Michailovsky’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LIII (3): 565-571.
1990 b
The fall and rise of the phoneme /r/ in Eastern Kiranti’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LIII (1): 83-86.
1990 a
An exploration of Proto-Kiranti verbal morphology‘, Acta Linguistica Hafniensia, 22: 27-48.
1989
Reflexes of the Tibeto-Burman *-t directive suffix in Dumi Rai‘, pp. 157-167 in David Bradley, Eugénie Henderson and Martine Mazaudon, eds., Prosodic Analysis and Asian Linguistics: To Honour R.K. Sprigg. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
1988
The verbal morphology of Dumi Rai simplicia‘, Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 11 (1): 134-207.
1987
A Grammar of Limbu. West Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [xxviii + 575 pp.]
1986
Nominaal Hindoeïsme‘, Himalaya, 5 (3): 4-6.
1985
Limbu kinship terminology: a description‘ (with co-author Irene Maria Hendrina Davids), Kailash, Journal of Himalayan Studies, XII (1-2): 115-156.
1983
Genusbepalende eigenschappen van het Nederlandse substantief‘, scriptie Algemene Taalwetenschap, Universiteit Leiden, 29 augustus 1983.