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  • Accusative alignment in the Old Tibetan switch reference system 

    Hill, Nathan (2022)
    The use of ནས་ -nas to mark cross-clausal co-reference in Version I of the Old Tibetan Rāmāyaṇa reveals accusative alignment in Tibetan syntax, which in turn vindicates the notion of ‘subject’ applied to Tibetan.
  • The Envoys of Phywa to Dmu (PT 126) 

    Hill, Nathan (2021)
    New are the texts which offer a glimpse into Tibet’s religious traditions as they existed before the adoption of Buddhism as the state religion in 762. With the exception of stone inscriptions the earliest extant ...
  • Scholarship on Trans-Himalayan (Tibeto-Burman) languages of South East Asia 

    Hill, Nathan (Mouton de Gruyter, 2021)
    The spread of the Trans-Himalayan family¹ naturally paid no attention to 21st century political boundaries. The family includes languages with a geographic range from Balti Tibetan in Pakistan to Hokkien Chinese in ...