Carol F. Justus

Publications

Journal Articles

  • 1978. Syntactic Change: Evidence for Restructuring among Coexistent Variants. Journal of Indo-European Studies 6: 107-32.
  • 1979. The Textbook of Historical Linguistics: A Summary of the Past or a Guide to the Future? (Review article.) Romance Philology 33: 299-309.
  • 1979. Hittite ishtamash- 'Hear': Some Syntactic Implications. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 38: 93-115.
  • 1981. Visible Sentences in Cuneiform Hittite. Aspects of Cuneiform Writing, ed. by Marvin A. Powell, Jr. (= Visible Language 15, 3: 373-408.) Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland Museum of Art.
  • 1983. Syntactic and Semantic Aspects of 'Knowing in One's Heart'. Festschrift for Annelies Kammenhuber, ed. by Gabriella Frantz-Szabó et al., 107-115. (= Orientalia NS 52)
  • 1983. Indo-Europeanization of Myth and Syntax in Anatolian Hittite: Dating of texts as an index. Journal of Indo-European Studies 11: 59-103.
  • 1985, with Jonathan Slocum. Transportability to Other Languages: the Natural Language Processing Project in the Artificial Intelligence Program at Microelectronic & Computer Technology Corporation. ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems 3: 204-230.
  • 1989. Tools for the Study of Hittite. (Review article.) Diachronica 6, 1: 111-122.
  • 1989. Review article on The Hittite hark-Construction, by Jacqueline Boley. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck, 1984. Bibliotheca Orientalis 45, 3/4: 365-375.
  • 1992. The 'Comparative Method' and Reconstruction in Historical Linguistics. (Review article.) Diachronica 9, 1: 87-104.
  • 1993. Implications of the Evolution of Writing. (Review article.) Diachronica 10, 1: 97-110.
  • 1993. Dislocated Imperatives in the Indo-European Prayer. Word 44, 2: 273-294.
  • 1993. Mood Correspondences in Older Indo-European Prayer Petitions. General Linguistics 33, 3: 129-161.
  • 1994-95 (1998). The Case of the Missing dusdumi and lalami. Minos 29-30: 213-238.
  • 1996. Numeracy and the Germanic Upper Decades. Journal of Indo-European Studies 24: 45-80.
  • 1998. Hittite Prayer: Variations on an Old Literary Genre. Language and Literature, Volume XXIII, ed. by Bates Hoffer, 45-60.
  • 2000. On Language Grouping and Archaeology. (Review article on Roger Blench & Matthew Spriggs, Archaeology and Language. 4 vols. London: Routledge, 1997-1999.) General Linguistics 37: 183-213.
  • 2003 [2000], with Darien A. McWhirter. Indo-European Religious Dialect Divisions. General Linguistics 40: 19-51.
  • 2004 [2002]. An Indo-European Mind at Prayer in Hattusa: A Royal Hittite Use of the MUGAWAR. In: Sprache und Kultur 3: 62-67.
  • 2004 [2002]. On Language and the Rise of a Base for Counting. General Linguistics 42: 17-43.
  • 2004 [2002]. Grammar in a Hittite Dictionary. (Review article on HW2.) General Linguistics 42: 73-88.
  • 2005 [2003]. Indo-European Prehistory and Language Change. (On the occasion of Jay Jasanoff's Hittite and the Indo-European Verb). General Linguistics 43: 125-144.

Conference Papers

  • 1980. Implications of Pre-complementizers with Hittite shak-/shek- 'Know'. Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by Elizabeth C. Traugott, 97-106. (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 14.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 1989. Personal Antecedents of Relative Clauses. The Fifteenth LACUS Forum 1988, ed. by Ruth M. Brend & David G. Lockwood, pp. 394-401. Lake Bluff, Illinois: Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States.
  • 1999. Latin habere 'have' and capio 'take': An Etymological Chronology. Proceedings of the 10th UCLA Indo-European Conference, ed. by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld, Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter. JIES Monograph 32, 77-94.
  • 2000. The Age of the Indo-European Present -R Person Endings. Proceedings of the 11th UCLA Indo-European Conference, ed. by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld, Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter. JIES Monograph 35, 267-292.
  • 2004. What is Indo-European about Hittite Prayers? In: Offizielle Religion, lokale Kulte und individuelle Religiosität. Akten des religionsgeschichtlichen Symposiums "Kleinasien und angrenzende Gebiete vom Beginn des 2. bis zur Mitte des 1. Jahrtausends v.Chr." Bonn, February 20-22, 2003. Ed. by Manfred Hutter & Silvia Hutter-Braunsar. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, pp. 269-283
  • 2005. Hittite, Indo-European Dialects, and Hittite martari 'disappears'. V. Uluslararasi Hititoloji Kongresi Bildirileri = Acts of the Vth International Congress of Hittitology. Çorum, September 2-8, 2002. Ed. under the direction of Aygül Süel. Ankara: Balkan Cilt Evi, pp. 471-484.

Book Chapters

  • 1976. Relativization and Topicalization in Hittite. Subject and Topic, ed. by Charles Li, 215-45. New York: Academic Press.
  • 1980. Typological Symmetries and Asymmetries in Hittite and Indo-European Complementation. Linguistic Reconstruction and Indo-European Syntax, ed. by Paolo Ramat et al., 183-206. (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 19.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 1982. Directions for Indo-European Etymology, with special reference to grammatical category. Perspectives on Historical Linguistics, ed. by W.P. Lehmann & Yakov Malkiel, 292-328. (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 24.) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • 1988. Indo-European Numerals and Numeral Systems. A Linguistic Happening in Memory of Benjamin Schwartz: Studies in Anatolian, Italic, and Other Indo-European Languages, ed. by Yoel L. Arbeitman, 521-541. Louvain-La-Neuve: Peeters.
  • 1992. The Impact of Non-Indo-European Languages on Anatolian. Reconstructing Languages and Cultures, ed. by Edgar C. Polomé & Werner Winter, 443-467. Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter.
  • 1999. Pre-decimal Structures in Counting and Metrology. Numeral Types and Changes Worldwide, ed. by Jadranka Gvozdanovic, 55-79. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 1999. Indo-European 'have': a Grammatical Etymology. Language Change and Typological Variation: In Honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the Occasion of his 83rd Birthday, Volume 2: Grammatical Universals and Typology. JIES Monograph 31, ed. by C. F. Justus & E. C. Polomé, 613-641.
  • 1999. Can a Counting System be an Index of Linguistic Relationships? Miscellanea Indo-Europea. JIES Monograph 33, ed. by Edgar C. Polomé, 219-240.
  • 1999. Indo-European Numerals Since Szemerényi. The Emergence of the Modern Language Sciences. Studies on the Transition from Historical-Comparative to Structural Linguistics in Honour of E. F. K. Koerner, Vol. 2: Methodological Perspectives and Applications, ed. by Sheila Embleton, John E. Joseph, and Hans-Josef Niederehe. Philadelphia & Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 131-152.
  • 2000. Word Order and the First Person Imperative. Stability, Variation and Change of Word-Order Patterns over Time, ed. by Rosanna Sornicola, Erich Poppe, & Ariel Shisha-Halevy, 165-184. (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 213.) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • 2001. English 'have : heave', an Archaic Paradigm. Yazyk i kul'tura: facty i cennosti [Language and Culture: Facts and Values. In Honor of Yu. S. Stepanov], ed. by E. S. Kubr'akova & Tatyana Yanko, 69-90. Moscow: Jazyki slav'anskoj kul'tury.
  • 2002. Hittite and Indo-European Gender. Indo-European Perspectives. JIES Monograph 43, ed. by Mark R. V. Southern, 121-150.

Theses, Books, and Edited Volumes

  • 1973. The Old Hittite Relative Construction. University of Texas Dissertation. (Available from University of Michigan Ann Arbor Microfilms)
  • 1981. The Hittite Verb shak(k)-/shek(k)- 'Know; Make Known; Acknowledge'. (= Materialen zu einem hethitischen Thesaurus, Nr. 7, Lieferung 10) Heidelberg: Carl Winter.
  • 1999. Language Change and Typological Variation: In Honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the Occasion of his 83rd Birthday, Volume 1: Language Change and Phonology. JIES Monograph 30, ed. by E. C. Polomé & C. F. Justus.
  • 1999. Language Change and Typological Variation: In Honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the Occasion of his 83rd Birthday, Volume 2: Grammatical Universals and Typology. JIES Monograph 31, ed. by C. F. Justus & E. C. Polomé.
  • 2000 [1997]. Editor, General Linguistics 37.
  • 2001 [1998]. General Editor, General Linguistics 38: African Language & Culture in Historical Perspective: Essays in Memory of Edgar C. Polomé. Special issue ed. by Bridget Drinka & Derek Nurse.
  • 2002 [1999]. Editor, General Linguistics 39.
  • 2003 [2000]. General Editor, General Linguistics 40: Indo-European Language & Culture: Essays in Memory of Edgar C. Polomé. Special issue ed. by Joseph C. Salmons & Bridget Drinka.
  • 2004 [2001]. General Editor, General Linguistics 41.
  • 2004 [2002]. Editor, General Linguistics 42.
  • 2005 [2003]. Editor, General Linguistics 43.

Technical & Project Reports

  • 1986. On the Status of German and French. Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation. Technical Report AI-256-86-Q (22 pp.)
  • 1987. Appendix C: French and German Morph Parsers. NABU User's Manual, by Richard Cohen, Ruben Kleiman, Al Mendall, Michael O'Leary, and Jonathan Slocum, 67-83. Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation. Technical Report AI-183-87-P.

Reviews

  • 1981. Review of The Order of Words in the Ancient Languages Compared with that of the Modern Languages, by Henri Weil. New edition with an introduction by Aldo Scaglione. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1978. Romance Philology 34: 442-50.
  • 1982. Review of Les subordonnées finales par hopoos en attique classique, by Suzanne Amigues. Paris: Klincksieck, 1977. Language 58: 483-84.
  • 1982. Review of Festschrift for Oswald Szemerényi on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, ed. by Bela Brogyanyi. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1979. Language 58: 681-83.
  • 1984. Review of Language Typology: Crosslinguistic Studies in Syntax, by Graham Mallinson and Barry J. Blake. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1981. Journal of Linguistics 20: 392-99.
  • 1985. Review of Das etymologische Wörterbuch, ed. by Alfred Bammesberger. Regensburg: Pustet, 1983. Diachronica 2, 1: 89-95.
  • 1990. Review of Die Korrespondenz der Hethiter, by Albertine Hagenbuchner. Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1989. Diachronica 7, 2: 269-271.
  • 1996. Review of Indo-European and Indoeuropeans. A Reconstruction and Historical Analysis of a Proto-Language and a Proto-Culture. Part I: The Text, by Thomas V. Gamkrelidze & Vjacheslav V. Ivanov, translated by Johanna Nichols. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1995. Language 72: 660-661.
  • 1997. Review of Indo-European and Indoeuropeans. A Reconstruction and Historical Analysis of a Proto-Language and a Proto-Culture. Part II: Bibliography, Indexes, by Thomas V. Gamkrelidze & Vjacheslav V. Ivanov, compiled by Richard A. Rhodes, translated by Johanna Nichols. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1995. Language 73: 667-668.
  • 1997. Review of Kleine Schriften zum Altanatolischen und Indogermanischen, by Annelies Kammenhuber. 2 Vols. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Carl Winter, 1993. General Linguistics 35: 230-265.
  • 1997. Review of How to Kill a Dragon. Aspects of Indo-European Poetics, by Calvert Watkins. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. Language 73: 637-641.
  • 1999. Review of The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia, edited by Victor Mair. Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Man & Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum Publications, 1998. General Linguistics 36, 4: 297-301.
  • 2000. Review of Nostratic. Sifting the Evidence, edited by Joseph C. Salmons & Brian D. Joseph. (Current Issues in Linguistics Theory, 142). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1998. General Linguistics 37: 220-226.
  • 2000. Review of Wort-Text-Sprache und Kultur. Festschrift für Hans Schmeja zum 65. Geburtstag. Edited by Peter Anreiter & Hermann M. Ölberg. (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft. Sonderheft, 103). Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, 1998. General Linguistics 37: 230-234.
  • 2001. Review of The Indo-European Languages, edited by Anna Giacolone Ramat & Paolo Ramat. (Translation of the Italian original.) London: Routledge, 1998. Journal of Indo-European Studies 29: 194-215.
  • 2001. Review of Keilschriftexte aus Boghazköi, Vol. 41, edited by Heinrich Otten & Christel Rüster. Berlin: Gebrüder Mann, 1999. Journal of Indo-European Studies 29: 215-219.
  • 2001. Review of The Language of the Phrygians. Description & Analysis, by Vladimir Orel. Berlin: Gebrüder Mann, 1999. Journal of Indo-European Studies 29: 219-224.
  • 2002. Review of Ancestor of the West. Writing, Reasoning, and Religion in Mesopotamia, Elam, and Greece, by Jean Bottéro, Clarisse Herrenschmidt & Jean-Pierre Vernant. Chicago: University Press, 2000. Visible Language 36, 1: 62-73.
  • 2002. Review of The Hittite Laws. A Critical Edition, by Harry Angier Hoffner, Jr. (= Documenta et Monumenta Orientis Antiqui (DMOA). Studies in Near Eastern Archaeology and Civilization, XXIII.) Leiden, New York, & Köln: Brill, 1997. Journal of Indo-European Studies 30, 1-2: 179-188.
  • 2002. Review of Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family. Papers Presented at a Colloquium Hosted by the University of Richmond, March 18-19, 2000, ed. by Robert Drews. (= JIES Monograph 38.) Journal of Indo-European Studies 30, 3-4: 443-459.
  • 2004. Review of Archaic Syntax in Indo-European. The Spread of Transitivity in Latin and French, by Brigitte L. M. Bauer, 2000. General Linguistics 42: 144-150.
  • 2004. Review of Hethitisches Wörterbuch. Band III, Lieferungen 11-l5. (Zweite, völlig neubearbeitete Auflage auf der Grundlage der edierten hethitischen Texte), ed. by Johannes Friedrich, Annelies Kammenhuber, & Inge Hoffmann, 1991-2001. Journal of Indo-European Studies 32, 1-2: 155-160.
  • 2004. Review of Taboos and Prohibitions in Hittite Society. A Study of the Hittite Expression natta a:ra ('not permitted'), by Yoram Cohen, 2002. Journal of Indo-European Studies 32, 1-2: 160-167.
  • 2004. Review of Der Neue Streit um Troia. Eine Bilanz, ed. by Christolph Ulf, 2003. Journal of Indo-European Studies 32, 1-2: 183-193.
  • 2005 [2003]. Review of Definitive Reconstructed Text of the Coligny Calendar, by Garrett S. Olmsted. JIES Monograph 39, 2001. General Linguistics 43: 163-166.
  • 2005 [2003]. Review of Anatolian Languages, ed. by Vitaly Shevoroshkin & Paul Sidwell. Canberra, 2002. General Linguistics 43: 174-178.
  • 2005 [2003]. Review of Hethitisches Übungsbuch, by Susanne Zeilfelder. Dresden, 2003. General Linguistics 43: 206-211.
  • 2005 [2003]. Review of Indo-European Linguistics, by Meier-Brügger. (Walter de Gruyter, 2003, translated from the German.) General Linguistics 43: 215-225.

Notices and Notes

  • 1986. Note on the Ninth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Computers and Translation 1: 57-58.
  • 1991. Report on the Second UCLA Indo-European Studies Conference, 24-26 May 1990. Diachronica 8, 1: 131-134.
  • 1991. Report on "Perspectives on the Ancient Indo-European World," NEH Summer Seminar, Austin, Texas, 18 June-20 July 1990. Diachronica 8, 1: 135-138.
  • 1998. Yakov Malkiel: A Necrological Note. Indo-European Studies Bulletin 8, 1: 112.
  • 2002. Joseph H. Greenberg 1915-2001 (invited necrology). Indo-European Studies Bulletin 10, 1: 21-23.
  • 2003. Review of "Global Perspectives on Human Language: Scientific Studies in Honor of Joseph H. Greenberg, April 26-27, 2002, Stanford University" (invited conference report). Indo-European Studies Bulletin 10, 2: 27-35

Other

  • 1994. Winfred P. Lehmann (Biographical Note). The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, ed. by R. E. Asher & J. M. Y.Simpson, 2130. Vol. 4. Oxford, New York, Seoul & Tokyo: Pergamon Press.
  • 1997. Cuneiform. Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures, ed. by Helaine Selin, 243-246. Dordrecht, Boston, & London: Kluwer.
  • 1997. Numerals. Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture, ed. by James P. Mallory & Douglas Q. Adams. London & Chicago: Fitzroy-Dearborn Publishers.
  • 1999. Preface to Language Change and Typological Variation: In honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the Occasion of his 83rd Birthday, Volume 1: Language Change and Phonology. JIES Monograph 30, ed. by E. C. Polomé & C. F. Justus, 1-4.
  • 1999. Preface to Language Change and Typological Variation: In honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the Occasion of his 83rd Birthday, Volume 2: Grammatical Universals and Typology. JIES Monograph 31, ed. by C. F. Justus & E. C. Polomé, 1-5.

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