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The power of language over the past: Tai settlement and Tai linguistics in southern China and northern Vietnam appeared in Studies in Southeast Asian languages
and linguistics, ed. by Jimmy G. Harris, Somsonge Burusphat and James E. Harris, 39â€“64. Bangkok, Thailand: Ek Phim Thai Co. Ltd.
Voice quality and theAryepiglotticFolds in Bai and Yi appeared in Mon-Khmer Studies 31.83-93.
Sui Phonetics appeared in Mon-KhmerStudies 34.47-66.
2009 Researcher in Monsoon Asia Project Dept of Linguistics at National Tsinghua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
2001 Visiting Fellow, National Thai Studies Centre, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
1998 Visiting Professor, Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
1997 Honorary Professor, Central University of Nationalities, Beijing, China
1981-present University of Texas at Arlington, currently Professor of Linguistics
1980 Texas A&M University Visiting Professor
1973-79 Technical University Berlin, Dr.Phil. Habilitation, General Linguistics
1973-75 University of Bielefeld, Post Doc Fellow, Visiting Asst Professor
1970-73 University of California, LosAngeles, Ph.D. Germanic Languages 1973
1967-69 University of California, LosAngeles, M.A. German1969
1959-63 PurdueUniversity, B.S. Physics1963
SE Asian minority languages, China,Laos,
historical comparative linguistics
syntactic and semantic theory
biological/neurological aspects of lg.
Jerold A. Edmondson and Kenneth J. Gregerson. 2007. The languages of Vietnam: Mosaics and expansions. Language and Linguistics Compass 1/6 (2007):
Jerold A. Edmondson. 2007. The power of language over the past: Tai settlement and Tai linguistics in southern China and northern Vietnam. In J. G. Harris, S. Burusphat, and James E. Harris
(eds.) Studies in Southeast Asian Linguistics. Bangkok.
Jerold A. Edmondson and John H. Esling. 2006. The valves of the throat and their functioning in tone, vocal register and stress: laryngoscopic case studies. Phonology 23.2.157-91.
William R. Merrifield and Jerold A Edmondson. 1999. Palantla Chinantec: Nasalization, stress, and tone. International Journal of AmericanLinguistics 65.3.303-23.
Jerold A. Edmondson and David B. Solnit (eds.)1997.Comparative Kadai: the Tai Branch. UTA/SIL No. 124. Series in Linguistics: Dallas.
Nguyen Van Loi and Jerold A. Edmondson. 1997. Tones andVoiceQuality in modern northern Vietnamese: instrumental case studies. MonKhmerStudies 28.1-18.
Jerold A. Edmondson. 1994. Change and variation in Zhuang. K. Adams and Th. Hudak (eds.) Papers from the Second Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian LinguisticsSociety 1992. Program for Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University,Tempi. 147-85.
Jerold A. Edmondson and Kenneth J. Gregerson (eds.).1993.Tonality in Austronesian languages. Oceanic Linguistics SpecialPublications No. 24. Universityof Hawaii Press. 177 pps.ISBN 0-8248-1530-0.
Elliott D. Ross, Jerold A. Edmondson, G. BurtonSeibert,Jin-Lieh Chan. 1992. Affective exploitation of tone in Taiwanese: Anacoustical study of "tone latitude". Journal of Phonetics 20.441-56.
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