SIL e-Books (SILe-Books) are published by SIL International (Dallas, Texas). The books are authored primarily by SIL staff. The series publishes book-length documents on language and culture, especially as related to lesser-known and endangered languages. Subject areas include linguistics, sociolinguistics, anthropology, translation, literacy and education, language and culture learning, and computer applications to those endeavors.
Most recently published
- SIL e-Books 53
BEAL, Heather D., author. 2013. The Segments and Tones of Soyaltepec Mazatec.
- SIL e-Books 52
BERG, René van den, author. 2013. A Grammar of the Muna Language.
- SIL e-Books 51
SPARING-CHÁVEZ, Margarethe, author. 2012. Aspects of Amahuaca Grammar: An Endangered Language of the Amazon Basin.
- SIL e-Books 49
DAVIS, Patricia M., author. 2013. Cognition and Learning: A review of the literature with reference to ethnolinguistic minorities.
- SIL e-Books 48
KIM, Young Mee, author. 2012. Development of a National Literacy Assessment Instrument for Cross-Linguistic Use in Nepal.