Welcome to the ALPI Searchable Database
 

The Linguistic Atlas of the Iberian Peninsula (ALPI) is a site with the goal of providing more than 36 000 pages of dialectological and geolinguistic data, directly reproduced from 527 surveys conducted throughout the Iberian Peninsula by the ALPI fieldworkers, under the direction of Tomás Navarro Tomás: Francesc de Borja Moll, Aurelio M. Espinosa [junior], Luís F. Lindley Cintra, Armando Nobre de Gusmão, Aníbal Otero, Lorenzo Rodríguez-Castellano y Manuel Sanchis Guarner. The field surveys were conducted between 1930 and 1936, for the most part, and the remainder were completed between 1947 and 1954.

The ALPI is hosted by the Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Laboratory at the University of Western Ontario.

Please direct any inquiries to David Heap (djheap@uwo.ca).


© David Heap, 2003. The work displayed in these pages is protected by international conventions and intellectual property laws. The rules regarding its publication as well as those governing the relations with the ISP are regulated by Canadian legislation. For more information on condition of use, please see the credits page. The online ALPI is partly funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Site updated 17/01/2011. Webmaster.