Language Shift in Northern Pakistan, the Case of Domaakí and Pashto, by Matthias Weinreich

Issues in the development of a writing system for the Kalasha language by Dr. Gregory R. Cooper

The death of a language by Dr. Tariq Rahman

The last breaths of Kalasha language in Kalkatak by Fakhruddin Akhunzada

Yidgha: An endangered language in Chitral, by Fakhruddin Akhunzada

An overview of linguistic structures in Torwali, by Wayne A. Lunsford

Development of Khowar as a Literacy Language, by Dr. Inayatullah Faizi

Dying Languages with Special Focus on Ormuri, by Rozi Khan Burki

Gawri language, an introduction, by Dr. Joan L. G. Baart & Muhammad Zaman Sagar

Kalasha into Urdu and English dictionary, by Dr. Ronald L. Trail & Gregory R. Cooper

Language of the Qureshis of Kundal Shahi in Azad Kashmir, The, by Dr. Joan L. G. Baart and Khawaja A. Rehman

Linguistic diversity in Pakistan and its preservation, by Dr. Joan L. G. Baart

Making of the Torwali dictionary, The, by Inamullah

Names of plants in Kalam Kohistani (Gawri) , by Dr. Joan Baart, Esther Baart and Muhammad Zaman Sagar

Notes on the Ethnography of Bishegram, by Lincoln Keiser

Palula Phonology Summary, by Henrik Liljegren and Nasim Haider

Report on Ushojo language of Bishigram valley, by Muhammad Zaman Sagar

Tonal features in the languages of northern Pakistan, by Dr. Joan L. G. Baart

Tone and song in Kalam Kohistani (Gawri), by Dr. Joan L. G. Baart

Torwali Phonemes, by Wayne A. Lunsford

Writing Gojri: Linguistic and sociolinguistic constraints on a standardized orthography for the Gujars of South Asia, by Wayne E. Losey (PDF file: 1.1 MB)

Towards a grammatical description of Palula, an Indo-Aryan language of the Hindu Kush by Dr. Henrik Liljegren

A grammar of the Shina language of Kohistan, by Ruth Laila Schmidt & Razwal Kohistani Reviewed by Dr. Henrik Liljegren

Illustrations of the IPA in Palula language of Chitral, Pakistan by Dr. Henrik Liljegren and Naseem Haider (This article is published with Cambridge Journals Online)