The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) is a research center for ethnology and cultural anthropology.

Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

Senri Ethnological Studies presents individual works, article collections, and annotated bibliographies regarding specific peoples, regions, or themes, with the goal of publicizing in Japan and overseas the results of research conducted by the Museum. An occasional publication.
No. 98 Let’s Talk about Trees: Genetic Relationships of Languages and Their Phylogenic Representation

[Latest Edition]March 16, 2018 Publication
Edited by Kikusawa Ritsuko, Lawrence A. Reid

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CONTENTS

List of Figures
List of Maps
List of Plates
List of Tables
1. Introduction
 ………………Kikusawa Ritsuko and Lawrence A. Reid
2. Tree and Network in Systematics, Stemmatics, and Linguistics: Structural Model Selection in Phylogeny Reconstruction
 ………………Minaka Nobuhiro
3. Inferring Population Phylogeny from Genetic Data
 ………………Kimura Ryosuke
4. Jackknifing the Black Sheep: ASJP Classification Performance and Austronesian
 ………………Søren Wichmann and Taraka Rama
5. Freeing the Comparative Method from the Tree Model: A Framework for Historical Glottometry
 ………………Siva Kalyan and Alexandre François
6. Modeling the Linguistic Situation in the Philippines
 ………………Lawrence A. Reid
7. Macrophyletic Trees of East Asian Languages Re-examined
 ………………Weera Ostapirat
8. The Family Tree Model and “Dead Dialects”: Eastern Middle Iranian Languages
 ………………Yoshida Yutaka (translated by Kikusawa Ritsuko)
9. What the Tree Model Represents: Language Change, Time Depth, and Visual Representation
 ………………Kikusawa Ritsuko
 

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