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TOC: Historiographia Linguistica 36/1 (2009)

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        1.    Paul Peranteau, Historiographia Linguistica Vol 36, No 1 (2009)

Message 1: Historiographia Linguistica Vol 36, No 1 (2009)
Date: 20-Apr-2009
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Historiographia Linguistica Vol 36, No 1 (2009)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Historiographica Linguistica
Volume Number: 36
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2009

Main Text:

Historiographia Linguistica 36:1

2009. 205 pp.

Table of contents

Articles / Aufsätze

Pinturas, figuras, letras: Zur Darstellung logographischer und phonographischer
Schriftsysteme bei José de Acosta und Gregorio García
Franz-Josef Klein 1–17

The Background to the Lexical Content of the Nuevo Tesoro Lexicográfico del
Español (s. XIV–1726)
D. Manuel Alvar Ezquerra 19–38

Cherokee Classificatory Verbs: Their place in the study of American Indian
Marcin Kilarski 39–73

Francis Whyte Ellis and the Beginning of Comparative Dravidian Linguistics
P. Sreekumar 75–95

Review article / Rapport critique / Forschungsbericht

Concerning the Roots of Transformational Generative Grammar
Pieter A.M. Seuren 97–115

Reviews / Comptes rendus / Besprechungen

Iustus Lipsius, De recta pronuntiatione latinae linguae dialogus / Juste Lipse,
Dialogue sur la prononciation correcte du Latin. Édition, traduction française
et commentaire par Elisabeth Dévière
Reviewed by John Considine 117–122

The Grammatical Thought and Linguistic Behaviour of Juan de Valdés. By Kormi Anipa
Reviewed by Lucia Binotti 123–131

Colonialism and Grammatical Representation: John Gilchrist and the analysis of
the ‘Hindustani’ language in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
By Richard Steadman-Jones
Reviewed by John E. Joseph 132–136

Michel Bréal — Grenzüberschreitende Signaturen. Par Hans W. Giessen,
Heinz-Helmut Lüger & Günther Volz
Compte rendu par Annette Schmehl-Postaï 137–150

Sprachgeschichte und Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft. Herausgegeben von Daniel
Jacob und Thomas Krefeld
Rezensiert von Anja Stukenbrock 151–162

Treasure-house of the Language: The Living OED. By Charlotte Brewer
Reviewed by Joan C. Beal 163–167

Short Reviews / Notes critiques / Kurzrezensionen

Bibliografía temática de historiografía lingüística española: Fuentes
secundarias. Compiled by Miguel Ángel Esparza Torres in collaboration with Elena
Battaner Moro, Vicente Calvo Fernández, Adrián Álvarez Fernández & Susana
Rodríguez Barcia
Reviewed by Barry L. Velleman 169–173

La linguistique sociologique de Charles Bally: Étude des inédits. Par Claire Forel
Compte rendu par Pierre Larcher 174–177

Bibliographie Linguistique de l’année 2003 et compléments des années précédentes
/ Linguistic Bibliography for the Year 2003 and supplements for previous years.
Compiled by Sijmen Tol & Hella Olbertz (with the assistance of Dirk Glandorf and
Theo Horstman)
Reviewed by E.F.K. Koerner 178–180

Notes / Notizen — Documents / Dokumente

“Les voyelles ne font rien, et les consonnes fort peu de chose”: On the history
of Voltaire’s supposed comment on etymology
Reviewed by John Considine 181–189

A Note on ‘endocentric’
Thomas Lindner 190–192

Discussing Some General Criteria for Evaluating Scholarly Work in the Light of
Studying Marrism: On the occasion of Brandist (2008)
Ekaterina Velmezova 193–197

Rejoinder to Velmezova
Craig Brandist 199–201

Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography
                            Historical Linguistics
                            History of Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Cherokee (chr)
Language Family(ies): Dravidian

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