PANEL 40 – LINGUISTICS AND PHILOLOGY
TUESDAY 21 JUNE (Room M)
Conveners: Nathan Hill and Izumi Hoshi
13.30-13.45: Opening of panel.
13.45-14.15: Pavel Grokhovskiy and Bembya Mitruev: “The most profound treasure trove of existence” as a lexicographical source for a study of the Zhang zhung language.
14.15-14.45: Marius Zemp: The origin of the ‘voiced’ transitive classical Tibetan present stems, and their fate in spoken dialects – evidence for an early split of Tibetan.
14.45-15.15: Nathan Hill: Further exceptions to Dempsey’s law.
15.15-15.45: Tea and coffee break.
15.45-16.15: Channa Li: Wise as the filial prince: the Tibetan Sujāta Jātaka translated from Chinese Sūtras.
16.15-16.45: Nancy Caplow: Inference and deferred evidence in Tibetan: further consideration of the morpheme bzhag.