Check out the homepage of the Lund typology and evolution research group for news and descriptions of ongoing research. Download articles and books, use the guidelines for users of resources, blog posts, or visit my pages at Lund University, Academia or Researchgate.

Welcome to visit the infrastructure and lab DiACL. There is data from hundreds of languages, all open access and free of use! For guidlines to data download and use, visit the guidelines page.
Poster with infrastructure and lab description from Protolang, Lissabon, 2019.
Atlas on language diversity and evolution (2019)


New paper in Philosophical Transactions B about the emergence of vocal iconicity. See the blogpost "Why a nose is a nose" for a popular summary (2021-03-22). Media coverage at Lund University news page and in Forskning och Framsteg (2021-03-31).

Online workshop, March 12. Presentations can be accessed at
Interview about the DiACL resource at Tour the Clarin
Tocharian online course, Göttingen University (2020)