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Sometime in the next few weeks the Ethnologue 18th edition print volumes should become available through your preferred bookseller.

In response to last month's Ethnoblog post, a reader commented that the topic of language extinction and the way Ethnologue reports on it is confusing.

There is a growing body of evidence that linguistic diversity and biological diversity are linked. A recent publication from Conservation International examines some of that evidence. The volume, authored by L. J.

We've mentioned before how some scholars are making use of the Ethnologue, but a major report on the state of global internet connectivity from Internet.org, a consortium with Facebook at the lead, is one of the first to make extensive u

In recognition of International Mother Language Day, we are happy to be able to update the Ethnologue to its 18th edition.

After the holiday break, Ethnologue Central has burst into a flurry of activity.  Here are some of the things that we are working on.

Happy New Year from all of us here at Ethnologue Central!

Our overlords and task masters have ordered us to take a break here (not even to answer emails!), so this post will be short. As I write, we are all resting in our cells getting ready for the exciting things to come in 2015.

MagiAs Christians begin the celebration of Advent, the time when we remember the birth of Jesus, few of us (except us language

Ethnologue booksWe're happy to announce that the Ethnologue, 17th edition, is now available in print.

Many people turn to the Ethnologue as their primary source for information about the state of the world's languages and we are always happy to see that this resource is valued. However, there are some uses of the Ethnologue that aren't justifiable given the nature of the data we report.

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