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General Editorship of Monographs published in THE FIVE MONOGRAPH SERIES ORGANIIZED UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF ‘Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Lin­guistic Science’ (AMSTER­DAM & PHILADELPHIA: JOHN BENJAMINS Publishing CO.)

1. SCHLEGEL, Friedrich (1772–1829). Ueber die Sprache und Weisheit der Indier: Ein Beitrag zur Begründung der Altertumskunde (Hei­delberg, 1808). New ed. with an introduction in English by Sebas­tiano Timpanaro (transl. by J. Peter Maher), ed. with a pre­face by E.F.K. Koerner. 1977, lvii, 172 pp.

2. RASK, Rasmus Kristian (1787–1832). A Grammar of the Icelandic or Old Norse Tongue. Translated by Sir George Webbe Dasent (London, 1843). New ed. with an introduction by Thomas L. Markey. 1976, lx, viii, 273 pp.

3. BOPP, Franz (1791–1867). Analytical Comparison of the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, and Teutonic Languages, shewing the original identity of their grammatical structure (London, 1820). New ed. with an in­troduction in English by E.F.K. Koerner. 1974, xxxviii, 68 pp. (2nd ed., 1989.)

4. SCHLEICHER, August (1821–1868). Die Sprachen Europas in syste­matischer Über­sicht: Linguistische Untersuchungen (Bonn, 1850). New ed. with an Intro­duction by Konrad Koerner. 1983, lxii, viii, 270, 4 pp.

5. LEPSIUS, Richard (1810–1884). Standard Alphabet for Reducing Un­written Lan­guages and Foreign Graphic Systems to a Uniform Ortho­graphy in European Letters (2nd rev. ed. London, 1863). New ed. with an Introduction, bibliography and indices by J. Alan Kemp. 1981, x, 99*, xvii, 336 pp.

6. SCHLEICHER, August (1821–1868), [Ernst Haeckel (1834–1919),] and Wilhelm BLEEK (1827–1875). Linguistics and Evolutionary Theory: Three Essays by Au­gust Schleicher and Wilhelm Bleek. New edition, with an Intro­ductory article by J. Peter Maher, a select bibliography, and a list of references. Prepared by Konrad Koerner. 1983, xlvi, 84, 78 pp. (= altogether 210 pp.)

7. HEHN, Victor (1813–1890). Cultivated Plants and Domesticated Ani­mals in their Migration from Asia to Europe: Historico-lin­guistic stu­dies (London, 1885). Ed., with an Introduction in Eng­lish, by James P. Mallory. 1976, lxxv, 523 pp.

8. DELBRUECK, Berthold (1842–1922). Introduction to the Study of Language: A critical survey of the history and methods of com­parative philology of Indo-European languages (Leipzig, 1882). With an Introduction in English by Konrad Koerner. 1974, xix, 148 pp. (2nd ed., 1989.)

9. Wilbur, Terence H. (ed.). The Lautge­setz-Con­tro­versy: A doc­umentation: Essays by Georg Curtius (1820–1885), Berthold Del­brück (1842–1922), Karl Brugmann (1849–1919), Hugo Schu­chardt (1842–1927), Herman Collitz (1855–1935), Her­mann Osthoff (1847–1909), Otto Jes­persen (1860–1943). 1977, xcv, 161, 49, 144, 39, 40, 20, 33, and 6 (= altogether 587 pp.)

10. POTT, August Friedrich (1802–1887). ‘Einleitung in die Allgemeine Sprachwis­senschaft’ (1884–1890), together with ‘Zur Literatur der Sprachenkunde Euro­pas’ (Leipzig, 1887). 1974, xlvi, 502 pp. in small-4º.

12. HOLTZMANN, Adolf (1810–1870). ‘Ueber den Umlaut: Zwei Abhand­lungen’ (Karls­ruhe, 1843); ‘Ueber den Ablaut’ (Karlsruhe, 1844). New ed., with a fore­word by E. F. K. Koerner. Introduction by Wilbur A. Benware. 1977, xxix, 48, and 81 pp.

13. TYTLER, Alexander Fraser (Lord Woodhouselee, 1747–1813). Essay on the Prin­ciples of Translation. Reprint of the 3rd rev. ed., 1813, with an introduction by Jeffrey F. Huntsman. 1978, li, xvi, 457 (= alto­gether 524 pp.).

14. WEIL, Henri (1818–1909). The Order of Words in the Ancient Lan­guages compared with that of the Modern Languages: Translation into English, with notes and additions, by Charles W. Super (Bost­on, 1887). New ed. [of the pioneering work on word order, which orig­inally appeared in French in 1844 (3rd ed., 1879)], with an Intro­duction by Aldo Scaglione. 1978, xxxix, 114 pp.

15. GYARMATHI, Sámuel (1751–1830). Grammatical Proof of the Affin­ity of the Hun­garian Language with Languages of Fennic Origin (Göttin­gen, 1799). Translated, annotated, and introduced by Vic­tor E. Hanzeli. 1983, xl, 327 pp.

17. JESPERSEN, Otto (1860–1943). Progress in Language: With special reference to English (London, 1894). New ed. with an Intro­duc­tion by James D. McCawley. Foreword and bibliography by Kon­rad Koerner. 1993, xviii, 186 pp.


1. THUMB, Albert (1865–1915) & Karl MARBE (1869–1953). Experi­mentelle Unter­suchungen über die psychologischen Grundlagen der sprachlichen Analogiebil­dung.(Leipzig, 1901). New n. article by David J. Murray, an appendix by Erwin A. Esper, and a fore­word by Konrad Koerner. 1978, lxiii, 108 pp.

2. MERINGER, Rudolf (1859–1931) & Carl MAYER (1862–1936). Ver­spre­chen und Verlesen: Eine psychologisch-linguistische Studie (Stutt­gart, 1895): New edition, together with an introd. article and a select bibliography by Anne Cutler & David Fay. 1978, xl, xiv, 207 pp.

3. BLOOMFIELD, Leonard (1887–1949). An Introduction to the Study of Language (New York, 1914). New edition, with an introduction by Joseph F. Kess. 1983, xxxviii, x, 335 pp.

4. ELING, Paul (ed.). Reader in the History of Aphasia: From Franz Gall to Norman Geschwind. 1994, xvi, 392 pp.

5. WEGENER, Philipp (1848–1916). Untersuchungen über die Grund­fragen des Sprach­lebens (Halle, 1885). New ed. prepared by Kon­rad Koerner, with an introduction in English by Clemens Knob­loch. 1991, lii, viii, 214 pp.
Series III: Studies in the History of the Language Sciences (SiHoLS)
2. Taylor, Daniel J., Declinatio: A study of the linguistic theory of Mar­cus Terentius Varro. 1974, xv, 131 pp. (2nd printing, 1988.)

3. BENWArE, Wilbur A., The Study of Indo-European Vocalism from the Beginnings to Whitney and Scherer: A critical-historical ac­count. 1974, xii, 126 pp. (2nd printing, 1995.)

4. BACHER, Wilhelm (1850–1913), Die Anfänge der hebräischen Gram­matik (1895); Die hebräische Sprachwissenschaft vom 10. bis zum 16. Jahrhundert (1892). New ed., together with Bacher’s full bibliogra­phy compiled by Ludwig Blau (1910), sup­plemented by Dénes Fried­man (1928). 1974, xix, 59, 235 pp.

5. HUNT, Richard William (1908–1979), The History of Grammar in the Middle Ages: Collected papers. Ed., with an introduction, se­lect bib­liography, and indices by G. L. Bursill-Hall. 1980, xxxvi, 214 pp.

6. Miller, Roy Andrew, Studies in the Grammatical Tradition in Tibet. 1976, xix, 142 pp.

7. Pedersen, Holger (1867–1953), A Glance at the History of Lin­guistics, with par­ticular regard to the historical study of phon­ol­ogy. Transl. from the 1916 Danish original by Caroline Henriksen. With an intro­duction by E. F. K. Koerner. 1983, xxxii, 100 pp.

8. STENGEL, Edmund (1845–1935). Chronologisches Verzeichnis fran­zösischer Gram­mati­ken vom Ende des 14: bis zum Ausgange des 18. Jahrhunderts, nebst Angabe der bisher ermittelten Fundorte der­sel­ben. Neue Ausgabe mit einem Anhang von Hans-Josef NIEDER­EHE. 1976, x, 240 pp.

9. NIEDEREHE, Hans-Josef & Harald HAARMANN (eds.). In Memoriam Friedrich Diez: Akten des Kolloquiums zurWissenschafts­geschichte der Romanistik/Actes du Col­loque sur l’Histoire des Études Romanes/ Proceedings of the Colloquium for the His­tory of Romance Studies, Trier, 2–4 Okt.’75. 1976, viii, 508 pp.

10. KILBURY, James. The Development of Morphophonemic Theory. 1976, viii, 155 pp.

11. KOERNER, Konrad. Western Histories of Linguistic Thought: An anno­tated chron­ological bibliography, 1822–1976. 1978, x, 113 pp.

12. PAULINUS A. S. BARTHOLOMAEO (1749–1806). Dissertation on the Sanskrit Lan­guage. Translated, edited, and introduced by Ludo Rocher. 1977, xxviii, 224 pp.

13. DRAKE, Glendon F. The Role of Prescriptivism in American Lin­guistics 1820–1970. 1977, x, 130 pp.

14. SIGERUS DE CORTRACO. Summa modorum significandi; Sophis­mata. New edition, on the basis of Gaston Wallerand’s edi­tio prima, with additions, critical notes, an index of terms, and an introduction by Jan Pinborg. 1977, xli, 108 pp. in small-4º.

15. PSEUDO-ALBERTUS MAGNUS. ‘Quaestiones Alberti de Modis sig­nifi­candi’. A crit­ical edition, translation and commentary of the British Museum Inc. C.21.C.52 and the Cambridge Inc.5.J.3.7, by Louis G. Kelly. 1977, xxxvii, 191 pp.

16. PANCONCELLI-CALZIA, Giulio (1878–1966). Geschichtszahlen der Phoneti’ (1941), together with Quellenatlas der Phonetik (1940). New edition with an introduction in English by Konrad Koerner, 1994, xxxviii, 86, 88 pp.; 1 portrait.

17. SALMON, Vivian. The Study of Language in 17th-Century England. 1979, x, 218 pp. (2nd, corrected edition, 1988.)

18. HAYASHI, Tetsuro. The Theory of English Lexicography 1530–1791. 1978, xii, 168 pp.

19. KOERNER, Konrad. Toward a Historiography of Linguistics: Se­lected essays. Fore­word by R. H. Robins. 1978, xx, 222 pp.

20. KOERNER, Konrad (ed.). Progress in Linguistic Historiography: Papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, Ottawa, 28–31 August 1978. 1980, xiv, 421 pp.

21. DAVIS, Boyd H. & Raymond K. O’CAIN (eds.). First Person Singular: Papers from the Conference on an Oral Archive for the History of American Linguistics. (Charlotte, N.C., 9–10 March 1979). 1980, xiv, 239 pp.

22. McDERMOTT, A. Charlene Senape (ed.). Godfrey of Fontaine’s Ab­ridgement of Boethius of Dacia’s ‘Modi Significandi sive Quaes­tiones super Priscianum Maio­rem’. A text edition with English translation and introduction. 1980, ix, 237 pp.

23. APOLLONIUS DYSCOLUS. The Syntax of Apollonius Dyscolus. Trans­lated, and with commentary and an introduction by Fred W. House­holder. 1981, vi, 281 pp.

24. CARTER, Michael G. (ed). Arab Linguistics: An introductory classi­cal text with trans­lation and notes. 1981, x, 485 pp.

25. HYMES, Dell H. Essays in the History of Linguistic Anthropology. 1983, xxiii, 406 pp.

26. KOERNER, Konrad, Hans-J. NIEDEREHE & R. H. ROBINS (eds.). Studies in Medieval Linguistic Thought: Dedicated to Geoffrey L. Bursill-Hall on the occassion of his 60th birthday on 15 May 1980. 1980, vi, 321 pp.

27. BREVA-CLARAMONTE, Manuel. Sanctius’ Theory of Language: A con­tribution to the history of Renaissance linguistics. 1982, viii, 294 pp.

28. VERSTEEGH, Kees, Konrad KOERNER & Hans-J. NIEDEREHE (eds.). The History of Linguistics in the Near East. 1982, xii, 265 pp.

29. ARENS, Hans. Aristotle’s Theory of Language and its Tradition: Texts from 500 to 1750. Selection, translation and commentary. 1984, v, 525 pp.

30. GORDON, W. Terrence. A History of Semantics. 1982, viii, 284 pp.

31. CHRISTY, Craig. Uniformitarianism in Linguistics. 1983, xiv, 139 pp.

32. MANCHESTER, Martin L. The Philosophical Foundations of Hum­boldt’s Linguistic Doctrines. 1985, xii, 216 pp.

34. QUILIS, Antonio & Hans-J. NIEDEREHE (eds.). The History of Linguis­tics in Spain. 1986, viii, 360 pp.

35. SALMON, Vivian & Edwina BURNESS. A Reader in the Language of Shakespearean Drama. 1987, xx, 523 pp.

36. KOERNER, Konrad (ed.). Edward Sapir: Appraisals of his life and work. 1984, xxviii, 224 pp.

37. Ó MATHÚNA, Seán P. William Bathe, S.J., 1564–1614: A pioneer in linguistics: 1986, iv, 211 pp. + 16 ill. [English translation from the Irish edition, Dublin, 1981.]

38. AARSLEFF, Hans, Louis G. KELLY & Hans Josef NIEDEREHE (eds.). Papers in the History of Linguistics: Proceedings of the Third Inter­national Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS III), Princeton, 19–23 August 1984. 1987, xxvi, 680 pp.

40. HARTMANN, Reinhard (ed.). The History of Lexicography. 1986, viii, 265 pp.

41. COWAN, William, Michael K. FOSTER & Konrad KOERNER (eds.). New Per­spec­tives in Language, Culture, and Personality: Pro­ceedings of the Edward Sapir Centenary Conference (Ottawa, 1–3 October 1984). 1986, xiv, 627 pp.

42. BUZZETTI, Dino & Maurizio FERRIANI (eds.). Speculative Gram­mar, Universal Grammar, Philosophical Analysis: Papers in the Philos­ophy of Language. 1987, x, 269 pp.

43. BURSILL-HALL, G. L., Sten EBBESEN & Konrad KOERNER (eds.). De Ortu Gram­maticae: Studies in medieval grammar and linguis­tic theory in memory of Jan Pinborg. 1990, x, 372 pp.

44. AMSLER, Mark. Etymology and Grammatical Discourse in Late Antiq­uity and the Early Middle Ages. 1989, xi, 280 pp.

45. OWENS, Jonathan. The Foundations of Grammar: An introduction to medieval Arabic grammatical theory. 1988, xii, 371 pp.

46. TAYLOR, Daniel J. (ed.). The History of Linguistics in the Classical Per­iod. 1987, xii, 294 pp.

47. HALL, Robert A. Jr. (ed., with the assistance of Konrad KOERNER). Leonard Bloom­field: Essays on his life &work. 1987, x, 237 pp.

48. FORMIGARI, Lia. Language and Experience in 17th-century British Phi­losophy. 1988, viii, 169 pp.

50. KOERNER, Konrad. Practicing Linguistic Historiography: Selected es­says. 1989, xiv, 455 pp.

51. NIEDEREHE, Hans-Josef & E. F. Konrad KOERNER (eds.). History and Histo­r­iography of Linguistics: Proceedings of the Fourth Interna­tional Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS IV), Trier, 24–28 August 1987. 2 vols., 1990, xii, 394 pp.; xii, [397-] 873 pp.

52. JUUL, Arne & Hans F. NIELSEN (eds.). Otto Jespersen: Facets of his Life and Work. 1989, xviii, 154 pp.

55. HALL, Robert A. Jr. A Life for Language: A biographical memoir of Leonard Bloom­field. 1990, x, 129 pp.

57. STARNES, De Witt T. & Gertrude E. NOYES. The English Dic­tionary from Cawdrey to Johnson 1604–1755. New edition, with an intro­duction and a bibliography by Gabriele Stein, 1991, cxii, xxii, 299 pp.

58. DINNEEN, Francis P. & E. F. Konrad KOERNER (eds.). North Amer­ican Contribu­tions to the History of Linguistics. 1990, xii, 238 pp.

59. NERLICH, Brigitte. Semantic Theories in Europe, 1830–1930: From et­ymology to contextuality. 1992, xi, 359 pp.

60. KIBBEE, Douglas A. For to Speke Frenche Trewely: The French lan­guage in Eng­land, 1000–1600. Its status, description and in­struc­tion. 1991, viii, 268 pp.

61. KOERNER, Konrad (ed.). First Person Singular II: Autobiographies by North Amer­ican Scholars in the Language Sciences. 1991, x, 303 pp.; 12 portraits.

62. LEITNER, Gerhard (ed.), English Traditional Grammars: An inter­na­tional perspec­tive. 1991, x, 392 pp.

65. ITKONEN, Esa. Universal History of Linguistics: India, China, Arabia, Europe. 1991 x, 368 pp.

66. NAUMANN, Bernd, Frans PLANK & Gottfried HOFBAUER (eds.). Lan­guage and Earth: Elective affinities between the emerging sci­ences of linguistics and geol­ogy. 1992, xvi, 445 pp.

67. SUBBIONDO, Joseph L. (ed.). John Wilkins and 17th-Century British Linguistics. 1992, xvi, 376 pp.

68. AHLQVIST, Anders (ed.). Diversions of Galway: Papers on the his­tory of linguistics from ICHoLS V. 1992, xxviii, 384 pp.

69. MURRAY, Stephen O. Theory Groups and the Study of Language in North America: A social history. 1994, xx, 598 pp.

70. FORMIGARI, Lia. Signs, Science and Politics: Philosophies of lan­guage in Europe 1700–1830. 1993, x, 218 pp.

75. VERSTEEGH, Kees. The Explanation of Linguistic Causes: Az-Zag˙g˙aÏg˙iÏ’s theory of grammar. Introduction, translation, com­men­tary. 1995, xvi, 310 pp.

76. NIEDEREHE, Hans-Josef. Bibliografía cronológica de la lingüística, la gramática y la lexicografía del español (BICRES): Desde los princip­ios hasta el año 1600. 1994, vi, 457 pp.

77. SALMON, Vivian. Language and Society in Early Modern England: Se­lected essays 1982–1994. Ed. by Konrad Koerner. 1996, viii, 276 pp.

78. JANKOWSKY, Kurt R. (ed.). History of Linguistics 1993: Papers from the Sixth In­ternational Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS VI), Washington DC, 9–14 August 1993. 1995, xx, 380 pp.

79. KOERNER, Konrad. Professing Linguistic Historiography. 1995, viii, 274 pp.

80. NERLICH, Brigitte and David D. CLARKE. Language, Action and Con­text: The early history of pragmatics in Europe and America 1780–1930. 1996, xiv, 497 pp.

82. BEKKUM, Wout van, Jan HOUBEN, Ineke SLUITER & Kees VER­STEEGH. The Emer­gence of Semantics in Four Linguistic Traditions: Hebrew, Sanskrit, Greek, Ara­bic. 1997, ix, 322 pp.

83. WOLLOCK, Jeffrey. The Noblest Animate Motion: Speech, physiol­ogy and medicine in pre-Cartesian linguistic thought. 1997, l, 461 pp.

84. VERBURG, Pieter Adrianus (1905–1984). Language and its Functions: A historico-critical study of views concerning the functions of lan­guage from the pre-human­istic philology of Orleans to the rationalis­tic philology of Bopp. Translated from the Dutch by Paul B. Salmon, in consultation with Anthony J. Klijnsmit. Foreword by Jan Noorde­graaf. 1998, xxxiv, 534 pp.

85. TAYLOR, Daniel J. De Lingua Latina X: A new critical text and English translation with prolegomena and commentary. 1996, 205 pp.

86. DARNELL, Regna. And Along Came Boas: Continuity and revolu­tion in the emer­gence of Boasian anthropology in America. 1998, xviii, 331 pp., 11 illustr.

87. STEIN, Dieter & Rosanna Sornicola (eds.). The Virtues of Lan­guage: History in language, linguistics, and texts. Papers in mem­ory of Thomas Frank. 1998, x, 232 pp.

88. KOERNER, E. F. K. (ed.). First Person Singular III: Autobiographies by North American scholars in the language sciences. 1998, x, 267 pp.; 12 portraits.

89. JONES, William Jervis. Images of Language: Essays on German atti­tudes to Euro­pean languages, 1500–1800. 1999, x, 297 pp.

90. Esparza Torres, Miguel Ángel & Hans-Josef NIEDEREHE. Biblio­grafía nebri­sense: Las obras completas del humanista Antonio de Nebrija desde 1481 hasta nuestros días. 1999, iv, 374 pp.

91. NIEDEREHE, Hans-Josef. Bibliografía cronológica de la lingüística, la gramática y la lexicografía del español (BICRES): Vol. II: Desde el año 1601 hasta el año 1700. 1999, vi, 472 pp.

92. KOERNER, E. F. K. Linguistic Historiography: Projects & pros­pects. 1999, x, 236 pp.

93. VARO, Francisco (1627–1687). Arte de la Lengua Mandarina (Canton, 1703). Text edition and English translation prepared with a Foreword and a Chinese Character Index by W. South Coblin, with the as­sistance of Joseph A. Levi; Introduction by Sandra Breitenbach, 2000, liv, 280 pp.; illustr.

94. CRAM, David, with the assistance of Andrew Linn & Elke Nowak (ed.), His­tory of Linguistics 1996: Selected Papers from the Seventh Internation­al Con­ference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS VII), Oxford, Eng­land, 12–17 September 1996. Volume I: Traditions in Linguistics Worldwide. 1999, xx, 336 pp.

95. CRAM, David, with the assistance of Andrew Linn & Elke Nowak (ed.), His­tory of Linguistics 1996: Selected Papers from the Seventh Internation­al Con­ference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS VII), Oxford, Eng­land, 12–17 September 1996. Volume II: From Classical to Contemporary Linguistics. 1999, xx, 385 pp.

96. Joseph, John E. Limiting the Arbitrary: Naturalness and its op­po­sites in Plato’s Cratylus and modern theories of language. 2000, ix, 224 pp.

97. HUTCHINS, W. John (ed.), Early Years in Machine Translation: Mem­oirs and biographies of pioneers. 2000, xii, 400 pp.; portraits, illustr.

98. Graffi, Giorgio. 200 Years of Syntax: A critical survey. 2000, xiii, 551 pp.

99. AUROUX, Sylvain, with the assistance of Josée Arpin, Elizabeth Lascano & Jaqueline Léon (ed.), History of Linguistics 1999: Selected Papers from the Eighth Internation­al Con­ference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS VIII), Fontenay-aux-Roses, France, 14–19 September 1999. 2003, xii, 397 pp.

5. ITKONEN, Esa. Grammatical Theory and Metascience: A critical in­ves­tigation into the methodological and philosophical foundations of 'autonomous' linguistics. 1978, x, 355 pp.

7. MEISEL, Jürgen M. & Martin D. PAM (eds.), Linear Order and Genera­tive The­ory. 1979, ix, 512 pp.

8. WILBUR, Terence H. Prolegomena to a Grammar of Basque. 1979, x, 188 pp.

9. HOLLIEN, Harry & Patricia HOLLIEN (eds.), Current Issues in the Pho­netic Sciences: Pro­ceedings of the IPS-77 Congress, Miami Beach, Florida, 17–19 December 1977. 1979, 2 vols., xxi, 587 pp.; xiii, 608 pp.

10. PRIDEAUX, Gary D. (ed.). Perspectives in Experimental Linguistics: Papers from the University of Alberta Conference on Experimental Linguistics, Edmonton, 1–4 Oct. 1978. 1979, xi, 176 pp.

11. BROGYANYI, Bela (ed.). Studies in Diachronic, Synchronic, and Typo­logical Lin­guistics: Festschrift for Oswald Szemérenyi on the Occa­sion of his 65th Birth­day.1979, 2 vols., xiv, 487; x, 506 pp.

12. FISIAK, Jacek (ed.). Theoretical Issues in Contrastive Linguistics. 1981, x, 430 pp.

13. MAHER, J. Peter, Allan R. BOMHARD & Konrad KOERNER (eds.), Pa­pers from the Third International Conference on Historical Linguis­tics, Hamburg, August 22–26, 1977. 1982, xvi, 434 pp.

15. ANDERSON, John (ed.). Language Form and Linguistic Variation: Pa­pers dedicated to Angus McIntosh. 1982, viii, 496 pp.

16. ARBEITMAN, Yoël L. & Allan R. BOMHARD (eds.), Bono Homini Donum: Essays in his­torical linguistics, in memory of J. Alexander Kerns. 1981, 2 vols., xvi, 557 pp. and viii, 518 pp., respectively.

17. LIEB, Hans-Heinrich. Integrational Linguistics. 1984, xxiii, 527 pp.

18. IZZO, Herbert J. (ed.). Italic and Romance: Linguistic Studies in Honor of Ernst Pulgram. 1980, xxi, 338 pp.

19. RAMAT, Paolo, Onofrio Carruba, Anna Giacalone RAMAT & Giorgio Graffi (eds.), Linguistic Reconstruction and Indo-Euro­pean Syntax: Pro­ceedings of the Colloquium of the 'Indogermanis­che Gesellschaft', University of Pavia, 6-7 September 1979. 1980, viii, 263 pp.

20. NORRICK, Neal R. Semiotic Principles in Semantic Theory. 1981, xiii, 252 pp.

22. UNTERMANN, Jürgen & Bela BROGYANYI (eds.), Das Germanische und die Rekon­struk­tion der indogermanischen Grundsprache: Akten des Freiburger Kolloqui­ums der In­dogermanischen Gesellschaft, Freiburg, 26–27 Februar 1981. 1984, xvii, 237 pp.

23. DANIELSEN, Niels. Papers in Theoretical Linguistics. Edited by Per Baerentzen. 1992, xxii, 224 pp.

25. ANDERSEN, Paul Kent. Word Order Typology and Comparative Con­structions. 1983, xvii, 245 pp.

26. BALDI, Philip (ed.). Papers from the XIIth Linguistic Symposium on Romance Lan­guages, University Park, April 1–3, 1982. 1984, xii, 611 pp.

29. PAPROTTÉ, Wolf & René DIRVEN (eds.), The Ubiquity of Metaphor: Metaphor in lan­guage and thought. 1985, iii, 628 pp.

30. HALL, Robert A. Jr. Proto-Romance Morphology: Comparative Ro­mance Gram­mar, vol. III. 1984, xii, 304 pp.

31. GUILLAUME, Gustave. Foundations for a Science of Language. Trans­lated [from the French established by Roch Valin] and with an intro­duction by Walter Hirtle & John Hewson. 1984, xxiv, 175 pp.

32. COPELAND, James E. (ed.). New Directions in Linguistics and Semi­otics. 1984, xi, 269 pp.

33. VERSTEEGH, Kees. Pidginization and Creolization: The case of Arabic. 1984, xiii, 194 pp.

34. FISIAK, Jacek (ed.). Papers from the VIth International Conference on Historical Linguis­tics, Poznaƒ 22–26 August 1983. 1985, xxiii, 622 pp.

35. COLLINGE, N. E.. The Laws of Indo-European. 1985, xviii, 273 pp.

36. KING, Larry D. & Catherine A. MALEY (eds.), Selected Papers from the XIIIth Lin­guistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24–26 March 1983. 1985, x, 440 pp.

37. GRIFFEN, Toby D. Aspects of Dynamic Phonology. 1985, ix, 302 pp.

38. BROGYANYI, Bela & Thomas KRÖMMELBEIN (eds.), Germanic Di­alects: Linguistic and Philological Investigations. 1986, ix, 693 pp.

40. FRIES, Peter Howard (ed.) in collaboration with Nancy M. Fries. To­ward an Un­derstand­ing of Language: Charles C. Fries in Per­spec­tive. 1985, xvi, 384 pp.

41. EATON, Roger, Olga FISCHER, Willem KOOPMAN & Frederike C. Van der LEEK, (eds.), Papers from the 4th International Con­ference on English Historical Lin­guistics, Amsterdam, April 10–13, 1985. 1985, xvii, 341 pp.

42. MAKKAI, Adam & Alan K. MELBY (eds.), Linguistics and Philo­sophy. Festschrift for Rulon S. Wells. 1985, xviii, 472 pp.

43. AKAMATSU, Tsutomu. The Theory of Neutralization and the Archi­phoneme in Functional Phonology. 1988, xxi, 533 pp.

45. KOOPMAN, Willem F., Frederike C. Van der LEEK , Olga FISCHER & Roger EATON (eds.), Explanation and Linguistic Change. 1986, viii, 300 pp.

46. PRIDEAUX, Gary D. & William J. BAKER. Strategies and Structures: The process­ing of relative clauses. 1987, vii, 195 pp.

47. LEHMANN, Winfred P. (ed.). Language Typology 1985: Papers from the Linguistic Ty­pology Symposium, Moscow, 9–13 Dec. 1985. 1986, viii, 200 pp.

50. RUDZKA-OSTYN, Brygida (ed.). Topics in Cognitive Linguistics. 1988, x, 704 pp.

52. FASOLD, Ralph W. & Deborah SCHIFFRIN (eds.), Language Change and Variation. 1989, viii, 450 pp.

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240. Janse, Mark & Sijmen Tol in with the assistance of Vincent Hendriks (eds.), Language Death and Language Main­tenance: Theoretical, practical and descriptive approaches. 2003, xvii, 244 pp.

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1* For a recent appraisal of this series, see Remo Bracchi in Salesianum: Periodicum inter­nationale trime­stre editum a professoribus Pontificae Studiorum Universitatis Salesia­nae 58:3.623-624 (Rome, September 1996).

2* For an appraisal of this series, see Social’nye i Gumanitarnye Nauki; ZarubeÏnaja litera­tura: Referativnyj Ïurnal; serija 6: Jazykoznanie (Moskva: Institut Nauãnoj informacii po ob‰ãestvennym naukam, Rossijskaja Akademija Nauk) 1995/3.99-100, followed by reviews of individual volumes, such as Nos.12 (Spillner), 19 (Troike), 21 (Ostler), 22 (Nevis et al.), 24 (Kess & Miyamoto) by F(edor) M(ixajloviã) Berezin (100-102, 102-103, 103-104, 104-105, and 105-106, in that order).

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