More blog posts and a new paper

Two more blogposts appeared in this week, and one more paper was accepted and is available in form of its author version. First, Justin Power, Guido Grimm, and myself wrote a summary responding to critics on our paper on sign language evolution, which is titled "How should one study language evolution" and can be found here. Second, I wrote a short blog post showing how the data of our CLICS studies can be converted to a concept list for our Concepticon project, which you can find here. Third, a paper in which I discuss how one can improve data handling and analysis when studying rhyme patterns, was accepted for publication in the Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale. The paper, titled "Improving data handling and analysis in the study of rhyme patterns" is now also available in form of the authors copy, submitted to Humanities Commons.