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Professor Eugenie J. A. Henderson: a personal note

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 December 2009

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South-East Asia forty five years ago, with more than a hundred languages of six distinct stocks, only a handful of which had been even passably described, offered an unparalleled opportunity to linguistic inquiry. In opening up this field Eugénie Henderson, who died aged 74 on 27 July 1989, was the acknowledged leader in this country and widely respected outside it.

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1 For a bibliography of Professor Henderson's writings, and a biographical note by Professor R. H. Robins, see Davidson, J. H. C. S. (ed.): South-East Asian linguistics: essays in honour of Eugénie J. A. Henderson, London, SOAS, 1989.Google Scholar

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