The origin of language in gesture–speech unity

How Language Began

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How Language Began

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The origin of language in gesture–speech unity

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A Layman’s Guide to “Roots of English”

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Duels and Duets: Why Men and Women Talk So Differently

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Language Erosion






There’s a timely article by Laura Spinney in The Independent today highlighting the recent discovery of Koro, a previously unknown language in India spoken by around 800 people. The ensuing discussion around language evolution, and indeed extinction, draws upon the research of Cambridge University Press authors Tecumseh Fitch and Stephen Levinson. . . . → Read More: Language Erosion