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Studia Uralo-Altaica Online

This Tuesday night, while looking for something else entirely, I’ve accidentally stumbled on another linguistic publication series making the leap online (a few years ago already in fact): University of Szeged’s book series Studia Uralo-Altaica, including also its Supplementum sub-series.

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Bonus Material 2017

A little recap of history: Freelance Reconstruction, the blog you’re currently reading, [1] was originally started as a Tumblr microblog. It turned out though that my blogging style needs a sturdier framework, and for several years now, I’ve been happy

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Linkday #5: Free Resources in Linguistics (Uralic & Otherwise)

I try to keep my sidebar at a manageable size by limiting it to blogs and resources on historical linguistics; but there are obviously many other linguistics sites worth checking out out there as well. One not strictly directly neighboring

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Linkday #4: SEC

Studia Etymologica Cracoviensia is one of those journals that kindly makes its back issues freely available online these days, currently up to 2013. Which is old news for many I’m sure… I think I’ve even been linked directly to one

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Linkday #3: Phylonetworks Dot Blogspot

A blog discovery today, that I however find a bit too tangentially related to add to my main histling blogroll: The Genealogical World of Phylogenetic Networks. They mostly discuss phylogenetics in general, with most examples drawn from biology — but

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Linkday #2: FUF online

A small discovery to report: looks like someone from University of Toronto has kindly digitized a few back issues of Finnisch-Ugrische Forschungen, old enough to be out of copyright, and uploaded them on archive.org; findable e.g. under the keyword “Finno-Ugric

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Linkday #1: On computational phylogenetics

I think I’d like to have more content up on this site, despite being tied up with studies and life’s other little distractions from research. Showcasing some interesting articles might work for that, even when I don’t have detailed critique

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