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1940-1949

  • 1940. Notes on the Length of Vowels (III). [With R-M. S. Heffner.] American Speech 15:377-380.
  • 1942. The Indo-European dh-Determinative in Germanic. Language 18:125-132.
  • 1943. The Indo-European dh-Determinative as Germanic Preterite Formant. Language 19:19-26.
  • 1943. The Germanic Weak Preterite Endings. Language 19:313-319.
  • 1943. Notes on the Length of Vowels (VI). [With R-M. S. Heffner.] American Speech 18:208-215.
  • 1947. Notes on the Hildebrandslied. Modern Language Notes 62:530-539.
  • 1949. [Annual Review on] Indo-European Linguistics. Pp. 719-721 in The American Year Book: A Review of Events and Progress, Year 1948, ed. by William M. Schuyler. New York: Nelson.

1950-1959

  • 1950. [Annual Review on] Indo-European Linguistics. Pp. 745-748 in The American Year Book: A Review of Events and Progress, Year 1949, ed. by William M. Schuyler. New York: Nelson.
  • 1951. [Annual Review on] Indo-European Linguistics. Pp. 746-750 in The American Year Book: A Review of Events and Progress, Year 1950, ed. by S. Michaelis. New York: Nelson.
  • 1951. The Distribution of Proto-Indo-European /r/. Language 27:13-17.
  • 1952. A Rare Use of Numerals in Chaucer. Modern Language Notes 67:317-321.
  • 1953. The Conservatism of Germanic Phonology. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 52:140-152. [Also pp. 119-130 in Readings for the History of the English Language, ed. by C. T. Scott and J. L. Erickson. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1968.]
  • 1953. A Note on the Change of American English /t/. American Speech 28:271-275. [Also pp. 228-232 in Readings in Applied English Linguistics, ed. by Harold B. Allen. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1958.]
  • 1954. Old English and Old Norse Secondary Preterites in -r-. Language 30:202-210.
  • 1955. The Finnsburg Fragment 34a: hwearflacra hraer. Studies in English 34:1-5.
  • 1955. Lín and laukr in the Edda. Germanic Review 30:163-171.
  • 1955. The Proto-Indo-European Resonants in Germanic. Language 31:355-366.
  • 1957. Structure of Noun Phrases in German. Pp. 125-133 in Report of the Eighth Annual Round Table Meeting on Linguistics and Language Study: Research in Machine Translation, ed. by Léon Dostert. (Monograph Series on Languages and Linguistics, 10.) Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
  • 1957. A Syntactic Reflex of the Indo-European Laryngeals. Pp. 145-147 in Studies Presented to Joshua Whatmough on His Sixtieth Birthday, ed. by Ernst Pulgram. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1958. The Foreign Language Teacher in the Classroom. The Bulletin (Cairo, Egypt) 2/3:73-82. [Also pp. 111-118 in Teaching English, ed. by G. E. Wishon and T. J. O'Hare. New York: American, 1968.]
  • 1958. On Earlier Stages of the Indo-European Nominal Inflection. Language 34:179-202.
  • 1959. Approaches to Syntax. Pp. 115-121 in Report of the Tenth Annual Round Table Meeting on Linguistics and Language Study, ed. by R. S. Harrell. (Monograph Series on Languages and Linguistics, 12.) Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
  • 1959. Beowulf 33, īsig. Modern Language Notes 74:577-578.
  • 1959. A Department of Germanic Languages: Das Was bedenke, mehr bedenke Wie! Graduate Journal 2:315-324.
  • 1959. Hildebrandslied 21a. Modern Language Notes 74:438-439.
  • 1959. Linguistics and the Study of Language. Texas Quarterly 2, 2:23-36.
  • 1959. Metrical Evidence for Old English Suprasegmentals. Studies in Literature and Language 1:66-72.

1960-1969

  • 1960. Diversity of Problems and Adaptability of Method in Foreign Language Teaching. Pp. 222-224 in Tradition and Innovation in Language Teaching, by L. E. Dostert, Frederick D. Eddy, W. P. Lehmann, and Albert H. Marckwardt. Modern Language Journal 44:220-226.
  • 1960. In geht das Deutsch...Out Comes the English. The Alcalde 49:12-15.
  • 1960. [Part of] Nad chem rabotaiut uchenye. Voprosy Iázykoznaniiá 1960, 6:137-138. [Russian translation of notes by W. P. Lehmann regarding his work and interests in Indo-European studies. Part of a collection of such notes by several linguists.]
  • 1961. A Definition of Proto-Germanic: A Study in the Chronological Delimitation of Languages. Language 37:67-74. [Also pp. 66-74 in Readings for the History of the English Language, ed. by C. T. Scott and J. L. Erickson. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. 1968.]
  • 1961. Machine Translation: Agent of the Humanities. Studies in Literature and Language 3:163-170.
  • 1961. Ob armianskoi sisteme smychnykh i ee sootnoshenii s protoindoevropeiskoi sistemoi [On the Armenian obstruent system and its relation to that of Proto-Indo-European]. Translated by M. M. Makovskii. Voprosy Iazykoznaniia 1961, 4:56-59.
  • 1961. Vyvody o protoindoevropeiskoi glagolnoi sisteme, osnovannye na vnutrennem analize sanskrita [Inferences on the Proto-Indo-European verb system based on internal analysis of Sanskrit]. [Translated by M. M. Makovskii.] Voprosy Iazykoznaniia 1961, 2:24-27.
  • 1962. Beowulf 2298. Pp. 107-110 in Festschrift für Ludwig Wolff zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. by Werner Schröder. Neumünster: Wachholtz.
  • 1962. Das Hildebrandslied: Ein Spätzeitwerk. Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 81:24-29.
  • 1963. The Composition of Eddic Verse. Pp. 7-14 in Studies in Germanic Languages and Literatures, in Memory of Fred O. Nolte, ed. by Erich Hofacker and Liselotte Dieckmann. St. Louis: Washington University Press.
  • 1963. Inferences on the Proto-Indo-European Verb System Based on Internal Analysis of Sanskrit. Pp. 163-166 in Vol. 4 of Trudy dvadtsat' piatogo mezhdunarodnogo kongressa vostokovedov. Moskva, 9-16 Avgusta 1960 [Reports of the 25th International Congress of Orientalists], ed. by B. G. Gafurov et al. Moscow: Izdatel'stvo Vostochnoi Literatury. [Published earlier in Voprosy Iazykoznaniia 1961, 2:24-27.]
  • 1963. Some Phonological Observations Based on Examination of the Germanic Consonant Shift. Monatshefte 55:229-235. [Issue dedicated to R-M. S. Heffner.]
  • 1963. Structural Models for Linguistic Automation. [With Eugene D. Pendergraft.] Pp. 78-91 in Vistas in Information Handling, Vol. 1, The Augmentation of Man's Intellect by Machine, ed. by Paul W. Howerton. Washington, D.C.: Spartan.
  • 1964. Linguistic Theories Underlying the Work of Various MT Groups. [With Mary Lu Joynes.] Linguistics 8:62-71.
  • 1964. On the Etymology of black. Pp. 56-61 in Taylor Starck Festschrift, ed. by Werner Betz, et al. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1964. Types of Sound Change. Pp. 658-662 in Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Linguists, Cambridge, Mass., 1962, ed. by H. G. Lunt. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1965. Decoding of the Martian Language: Coordination of ILU and WGW. Graduate Journal 7, 1:265-272. [Reprinted as an illustration of good computer fiction writing in Data Processing Magazine 8, 4 (1966): 30-36.]
  • 1965. An Experiment in Machine Translation: Zwischen zwei Sprachen. Graduate Journal 7, 1:111-131.
  • 1965. Germanic Evidence. Pp. 212-223 in Evidence for Laryngeals, ed. by Werner Winter. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1965. Die Kontinuität der Sprachwissenschaft. Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft 39:16-33. [Also in Russian translation under the title Preemstvennost' iazykoznaniia in Voprosy Iazykoznaniia 1966, 1:47-60; translated by M. M. Makovskii.]
  • 1965. On the Etymology of narwhal. Pp. 101-104 in Scandinavian Studies, ed. by Carl F. Bayerschmidt and Erik J. Friis. Seattle: University of Washington Press for the American-Scandinavian Foundation.
  • 1965. The Stony Idiom of the Brain: Symbolic Manipulation of Language in Literature. Pp. 11-30 in Literary Symbolism, ed. by Helmut Rehder. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1965. Towards Experimentation with Language. Foundations of Language 1:237-248.
  • 1966. The Grouping of the Germanic Languages. Pp. 13-27 in Ancient Indo-European Dialects: Proceedings of the [1963] Conference on Indo-European Linguistics, ed. by Henrik Birnbaum and Jaan Puhvel. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • 1966. Interfaces of Language. Pp. 1-12 in Proceedings of the Conference on Computer-Related Semantic Analysis, ed. by Harry Josselson. Detroit: Wayne State University.
  • 1967. Atertanum fah. Pp. 221-232 in Studies in Historical Linguistics in Honor of George Sherman Lane, ed. by W. W. Arndt, et al. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  • 1967. When Will Computers Talk? The University of Houston Forum 5, 1:14-18.
  • 1968. Computational Linguistics. Pp. 10-18 in Seminar on Computational Linguistics, ed. by Arnold W. Pratt. (Publication No. 1716.) Washington, D.C.: Public Health Service.
  • 1968. The Gothic Genitive Plural : Focus of Exercises in Theory. Pp. 108-111 in Papers in Linguistics in Honor of Léon Dostert, ed. by William Austin. (Janua linguarum, series maior, 25.) The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1968. On the Reading of Some ya-Suffixes in the Rigveda. Pp. 39-45 in Pratidānam: Indian, Iranian and Indo-European Studies Presented to Franciscus Bernardus Jacobus Kuiper on His Sixtieth Birthday, ed. by J. C. Heesterman, G. H. Schokker, and V. I. Subramoniam (Janua linguarum, series maior, 34.) The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1968. Post-Consonantal l m n r and Metrical Practice in Beowulf. Pp. 148-167 in Nordica et Anglica: Studies in Honor of Stefán Einarsson, ed. by Allan H. Orrick. (Janua linguarum, series maior, 22.) The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1968. The Proto-Germanic Words Inherited from Proto-Indo-European Which Reflect the Social and Economic Status of the Speakers. Zeitschrift für Mundartforschung 35:1-25.
  • 1968. Saussure's Dichotomy Between Descriptive and Historical Linguistics. Pp. 5-20 in Directions for Historical Linguistics: A Symposium, ed. by W. P. Lehmann and Yakov Malkiel. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1969. Machine Translation. Pp. 188-197 in Linguistics Today, ed. by Archibald A. Hill. New York: Basic Books.
  • 1969. On Posited Omissions in the Beowulf. Pp. 220-229 in Studies in Language, Literature, and Culture of the Middle Ages and Later, ed. by E. Bagby Atwood and Archibald A. Hill. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1969. On Reflections of Germanic Legal Terminology and Situations in the Edda. Pp. 227-243 in Old Norse Literature and Mythology: A Symposium, ed. by Edgar C. Polomé. Austin: University of Texas Press. [Festschrift for L. M. Hollander.]
  • 1969. Proto-Indo-European Compounds in Relation to Other Proto-Indo-European Syntactic Patterns. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 12:1-20.
  • 1969. Skroggr: An Exercise in Etymology. Pp. 103-108 in Festschrift für Konstantin Reichardt, ed. by Christian Gellinek. Bern & Munich: Francke.

1970-1979

  • 1970. Definite Adjective Declensions and Syntactic Types. Pp. 286-290 in Donum Balticum: To Professor Christian S. Stang on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday, 15 March 1970, ed. by Velta Rūke-Dravina. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell.
  • 1970. Linguistic Structure as Diacritic Evidence on Proto-Culture. Pp. 1-10 in Indo-European and Indo-Europeans: Papers Presented at the Third Indo-European Conference at the University of Pennsylvania, 1966, ed. by George Cardona, Henry M. Hoenigswald, and Alfred Senn. (Haney Foundation Series, 9.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • 1970. The Nordic Languages: Lasting Linguistic Contributions of the Past. Pp. 286-305 in The Nordic Languages and Modern Linguistics: Proceedings of the [1969] International Congress of Nordic and General Linguistics, ed. by Hreinn Benediktsson. Reykjavík: Vísindafélag Íslendinga.
  • 1970. Phonological Systems as Units in Change. Pp. 211-226 in Vol. 4 of Actes du Xe Congr&egraves International dés Linguistes, ed. by A. Grauer. Bucharest: Editions de l'Académie de la République Socialiste de Roumanie.
  • 1971. Generative Sprachwissenschaft und Literaturwissenschaft. Pp. 127-144 in Dichtung Sprache Gesellschaft: Akten des IV Internationalen Germanistenkongresses, ed. by Victor Lange and Hans-Gert Roloff. Frankfurt: Athenæum.
  • 1971. Grammatischer Wechsel and Current Phonological Discussion. Pp. 9-43 in Generative Studies in Historical Linguistics, ed. by Mária Tsiapera. Edmonton: Linguistic Research.
  • 1971. Grimm's Law. P. 496 in Vol. 13 of the Encyclopedia Americana.
  • 1971. Indo-European Languages. Pp. 72-76 in Vol. 15 of the Encyclopedia Americana.
  • 1971. On the Rise of SOV Patterns in New High German. Pp. 19-24 in Grammatik Kybernetik Kommunikation: Festschrift für Alfred Hoppe, ed. by Klaus Günter Schweisthal. Bonn: Dümmler.
  • 1972. Comparative Constructions in Germanic of the OV Type. Pp. 323-330 in Studies for Einar Haugen, ed. by Evelyn Scherabon Firchow, Kaaren Grimstad, Nils Hasselmo, and Wayne O'Neil. (Janua linguarum, series maior, 59.) The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1972. The Comparative Method as Applied to the Syntactic Component of Language. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 17:167-174. [Issue dedicated to Martin Joos.]
  • 1972. Contemporary Linguistics and Indo-European Studies. PMLA 87:976-993.
  • 1972. Converging Theories in Linguistics. Language 48:266-275. [Preliminary version, On Converging Theories in Linguistics, Linguistic Communications 5(1971): 95-114.]
  • 1972. Germanic. Pp. 122-135 in Versification: Major Language Types, ed. by W. K. Wimsatt. New York: New York University Press.
  • 1972. Machine Translation in Western Europe: A Survey. [With Rolf A. Stachowitz.] Pp. 688-701 in Current Trends in Linguistics, Vol. 9, Linguistics in Western Europe, ed. by Einar Haugen, et al. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1972. Proto-Germanic Syntax. Pp. 239-268 in Toward a Grammar of Proto-Germanic, ed. by Frans van Coetsem and Herbert L. Kufner. Tübingen: Niemeyer.
  • 1972. Proto-Germanic Syntax: Preliminaries to Further Study. Pp. 211-222 in Saga og språk: Studies in Language and Literature, ed. by John M. Weinstock. Austin: Jenkins. [Festschrift for L. M. Hollander.]
  • 1972. Über konvergierende Theorien der Sprachanalyse. Sprache der Gegenwart 26:306-318. [Primarily a translation of Converging Theories in Linguistics, Language 48 (1972): 266-275.]
  • 1973. Explanations for Some Syntactic Phenomena of PIE. Glossa 7:81-90.
  • 1973. Historiolinguistik. Pp. 389-398 in Lexikon der germanistischen Linguistik, ed. by Hans Peter Althaus, Helmut Henne, and Herbert Ernst Wiegand. Tübingen: Niemeyer. Second edition: 1980. [Completely revised and expanded.]
  • 1973. Linguistic Models and Language Instruction. Pp. 216-221 in Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1973: Language and International Studies, ed. by Kurt R. Jankowsky. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
  • 1973. On the Design of a Central Archive for Lexicography in English. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 211:312-317.
  • 1973. On the Practical Study of Languages. Pp. 55-62 in Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1973: Language and International Studies, ed. by Kurt R. Jankowsky. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
  • 1973. Some Prospects for Syntactic Study. Kritikon Litterarum 2:104-107.
  • 1973. A Structural Principle of Language and Its Implications. Language 49:47-66.
  • 1974. Japanese as a Consistent OV Language. Pp. 1-12 in Proceedings of a U.S.-Japan Sociolinguistics Meeting, September 1974, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, ed. by Bates Hoffer. San Antonio: Trinity University Press.
  • 1974. On Some German and Germanic OV Compounds. Pp. 206-215 in Sprachsystem und Sprachgebrauch: Festschrift für Hugo Moser, ed. by Ulrich Engel and Paul Grebe. (Sprache der Gegenwart, 33.) Düsseldorf: Schwann.
  • 1974. Subjectivity. Language 50:622-629.
  • 1975. The Challenge of History. Pp. 41-58 in The Scope of American Linguistics: Papers of the First Golden Anniversary Symposium of the Linguistic Society of America, Held at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, on July 24 and 25, 1974, ed. by Robert Austerlitz. Lisse: de Ritter.
  • 1975. A Discussion of Compound and Word Order. Pp. 149-162 in Word Order and Word Order Change, ed. by Charles N. Li. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1975. Linguistics ­ What Are They? Journal of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest 1, 2:1-4.
  • 1975. Observations on Trubetzkoy's Contributions to Phonological Studies. Romance Philology 29:40-57.
  • 1975. Typological Syntactic Characteristics of the Śatapathabrāhmaña. [With Undirapola Ratanajoti.] Journal of Indo-European Studies 3:147-159. [With errata sheet containing bibliography.]
  • 1975. Why a Journal of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest? Journal of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest 1, 1:3-4.
  • 1976. Diachronic Semantics: 1976. Pp. 1-13 in Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1976: Semantics, Theory and Application, ed. by Clea Rameh. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
  • 1976. From Topic to Subject in Indo-European. Pp. 447-456 in Subject and Topic, ed. by Charles N. Li. New York: Academic Press.
  • 1976. On Complementation in the Early Germanic Languages. Journal of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest 1, 3/4:1-7.
  • 1976. A Preface to Diachronic Syntactic Investigation. Pp. 169-178 in Papers from the Parasession on Diachronic Syntax, April 22, 1976, ed. by Sanford B. Steever, Carol A. Walker, and Salikoko S. Mufwene. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.
  • 1976. The Verb in Indo-European Syntax. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 5:214-223.
  • 1977. Indo-European and Theoretical Linguistics. The Journal of Indo-European Studies 5:15-30.
  • 1977. Language Contacts and Interference in the Germanic Period. Pp. 278-291 in Sprachliche Interferenz: Festschrift für Werner Betz zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. by Herbert Kolb and Hartmut Lauffer. Tübingen: Niemeyer.
  • 1977. Lone Star German. Rice University Studies 63:73-81.
  • 1977. Recent Linguistic Work and Its Bearing on Old High German. Schatzkammer 3, 1:12-17.
  • 1977. Surface and Underlying Structure in Typological Study. Pp. 517-526 in Linguistic Studies Offered to Joseph Greenberg on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, Vol. 3, Syntax, ed. by Alphonse Juilland. Saratoga, CA: Anma Libri.
  • 1977. Syntactic Change. Linguistica Silesiana 1, 2:41-51.
  • 1978. Changes in the Negative Sentence Pattern in German. Pp. 94-109 in Sprache in Gegenwart und Geschichte: Festschrift für Heinrich Matthias Heinrichs zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. by Dietrich Hartmann, Hansjürgen Linke, and Otto Ludwig. Cologne: Böhlau.
  • 1978. The Great Underlying Ground-Plans. Pp. 3-55 in Syntactic Typology: Studies in the Phenomenology of Language, ed. by W. P. Lehmann: Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1978. English: A Characteristic SVO Language. Pp. 169-222 in Syntactic Typology: Studies in the Phenomenology of Language, ed. by W. P. Lehmann. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1978. Towards an Understanding of the Profound Unity Underlying Language. Pp. 395-450 in Syntactic Typology: Studies in the Phenomenology of Language, ed. by W. P. Lehmann. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1978. Machine Translation. Pp. 151-164 in Vol. 10 of Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology, ed. by Jack Belzer, Albert G. Holzman, and Allen Kent. New York and Basel: Marcel Dekker.
  • 1978. A Shift in the Syntactic Type of Early North Germanic and Its Phonological Effects. Pp. 110-115 in The Nordic Languages and Modern Linguistics, Vol. 3, Proceedings of the Third International Conference of Nordic and General Linguistics, The University of Texas at Austin, April 5-9, 1976, ed. by John Weinstock. Austin: The University of Texas.
  • 1979. An Attempt at Structural Criticism: Rigveda 10.129. [With H. S. Ananthanarayana.] Pp. 11-19 in Linguistic and Literary Studies in Honor of Archibald A. Hill, ed. by Mohammad Ali Jazayery, et al. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1979. Internal Reconstruction and Historical Syntax. Studies in Language 3:65-89.
  • 1979. Linguistics and Language Teaching. ADFL Bulletin 11, 1:27-30.
  • 1979. Logomimesis. Pp. 24-31 in Vistas and Vectors: Essays Honoring the Memory of Helmut Rehder, ed. by Lee B. Jennings and George Schulz-Behrend. Austin: The University of Texas, Department of Germanic Languages.
  • 1979. Schleicher's Tale After a Century. [With Ladislav Zgusta.] Pp. 455-466 in Studies in Diachronic, Synchronic, and Typological Linguistics: Festschrift for Oswald Szemerényi on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, ed. by Bela Brogyanyi. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

1980-1989

  • 1980. Case Syntax at the Turn of the Century in Relation to Universals. Pp. 145-150 in Wege zur Universalienforschung: Sprachwissenschaftliche Beiträge zum 60. Geburtsag von Hansjakob Seiler, ed. by Gunter Brettschneider and Christian Lehmann. (Tübinger Beiträge zur Linguistik, 145.) Tübingen: Narr.
  • 1980. Continuity in the Study of Sociological Varieties of Language. Pp. 159-164 in Festschrift for Jacob Ornstein: Studies in General Linguistics and Sociolinguistics, ed. by Edward L. Blansitt, Jr., and Richard V. Teschner. Rowley, MA: Newbury House.
  • 1980. Dialect Investigations as Basis for Syntactic Study. Pp. 379-384 in Liber Amicorum Weijnen, ed. by Joep Kruijsen. Assen, The Netherlands: Van Gorcum.
  • 1980. Historiolinguistik. Pp. 547-557 in Lexikon der Germanistischen Linguistik, ed. by Hans Peter Althaus, Helmut Henne, and Herbert Ernst Wiegand. 2nd rev. ed. Tübingen: Niemeyer.
  • 1980. Language as a Human Phenomenon: The Importance of History for the Understanding of Language. Folia Linguistica Historica 1, 1:5-18.
  • 1980. The Reconstruction of Non-Simple Sentences in Proto-Indo-European. Pp. 113-144 in Linguistic Reconstruction and Indo-European Syntax: Proceedings of the Colloquium of the Indogermanische Gesellschaft, ed. by Paolo Ramat et al. (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, IV. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 19.) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1981. Civilization and Law Among the Indo-Europeans. Advance text of the Fifteenth Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Lecture, New Delhi, November 13, 1981. New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund. 13 pp.
  • 1981. The Genitive Singular Ending in -syo: How an Indo-Europeanist Works. Pp. 179-188 in Bono Homini Donum: Essays in Historical Linguistics in Memory of J. Alexander Kerns, ed. by Yöel L. Arbeitman and Allan R. Bomhard. (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, IV. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 16.) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1981. Historical Linguistics and Sociolinguistics. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 31:11-27.
  • 1981. Linguistics. Pp. 1-28 in Introduction to Scholarship in Modern Languages and Literatures, ed. by Joseph Gibaldi. New York: Modern Language Association.
  • 1981. Linguistics at Wisconsin (1937-41) and at Texas (1949): A Retrospective View. Pp. 181-190 in First Person Singular: Papers from the Conference on an Oral Archive for the History of American Linguistics, ed. by Boyd H. Davis and Raymond O'Cain. (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, III. Studies in the History of Linguistics, 21.) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1982. Deixis in Proto-Indo-European. Pp. 137-142 in Serta Indogermanica: Festschrift für Günter Neumann zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. by Johann Tischler. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft.
  • 1982. Drink Deep! Pp. 18-26 in Approaches to Beowulfian Scansion, ed. by Alain Renoir and Ann Hernández. (Old English Colloquium Series, 1.) Berkeley: University of California, Department of English.
  • 1982. From Phonetic Facts to Syntactic Paradigms: The Noun in Early PIE. Pp. 140-155 in The Indo-Europeans in the Fourth and Third Millennia, ed. by Edgar C. Polomé. (Linguistica Extranea Studea, 14.) Ann Arbor: Karoma.
  • 1982. Introduction: Diachronic Linguistics. Pp. 1-16 in Perspectives on Historical Linguistics, ed. by W. P. Lehmann and Yakov Malkiel. (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, IV. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 24.) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1982. Literature and Linguistics: Text Linguistics. The Literary Criterion 17, 1:18-29.
  • 1982. Purposes of Regional Organizations. South Central Bulletin 1982 (Winter): 116-117. [Remarks of the president, delivered at the 1982 annual business meeting of the SCMLA, 29 October, El Tropicano Hotel, San Antonio, Texas.]
  • 1982. Vant er stafs vífi < Am. 12.9: 'The woman omitted a stave'. Pp. 43-48 in Festschrift für Karl Schneider, ed. by Kurt R. Jankowsky and Ernst S. Dick. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1983. Bibliographical Procedures for Etymological Dictionaries Today: Gothic. With a supplement on entries by Helen-Jo J. Hewitt. Pp. 93-105 in Das Etymologische Wörterbuch: Fragen der Konzeption und Gestaltung, ed. by Alfred Bammesberger. Regensburg: Pustet.
  • 1983. Conditional Clauses in Serbo-Croatian and South Slavic. Pp. 297-400 in Festschrift für Nikola R. Pribic, ed. by Edwin Wedel and Josip Matesic. Neuried: Hieronymus.
  • 1983. History of Language Change as it affects Syntax. Pp. 143-152 in Language Change, ed. by Irmengard Rauch and Gerald F. Carr. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • 1983. Semiotics at the Middle Rung of the Ladder of Language. American Journal of Semiotics 2, 3:59-69.
  • 1983. Textlinguistics and Three Literary Texts. Monatshefte 75:163-171.
  • 1984. Conditional Clauses in the Early Indo-European Dialects. Pp. 235-244 in Vol. 1 of Athlon: Satura Grammatica in Honorem Francisci R. Adrados, ed. by A. Bernabé, L.A. de Cuenca, E. Gangutia, and J. López Facal. Madrid: Gredos.
  • 1984. The Glottalic Theory. Notes on Linguistics 30:11-15.
  • 1984. The Impact of India on Jones. South Asian Review 8, 5:18-21.
  • 1984. Mellow Glory: See Language Steadily and See It Whole. Pp. 17-34 in New Directions in Linguistics and Semiotics, ed. by James E. Copeland. (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, IV. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 32.) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1984. Philology to Linguistics: Constructive to Literary Study. South Central Review 1, 1-2:131-140.
  • 1985. Application of Contrastive Procedures to Gothic. Pp. 223-230 in Scientific and Humanistic Dimensions of Language: Festschrift for Robert Lado, ed. by Kurt R. Jankowsky. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1985. Development of Conditional Clauses in Early Sanskrit. Pp. 231-36 in Sprachwissenschaftliche Forschungen: Festschrift für Johann Knobloch, ed. by Hermann M. Ölberg et al. (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, 23.) Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft.
  • 1985. Development of Indo-European Languages. Vol. 6, Pp. 433-446 in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. by Joseph R. Strayer. New York: Scribner.
  • 1985. Finally Something of Use. ADFL Bulletin 16, 2:29-31.
  • 1985. Human Language and Computers. [With Winfield S. Bennett.] Computers and the Humanities 19, 2:77-83.
  • 1985. The Persistence of Pattern in Language. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 15, 2:123-126.
  • 1985. key-: A problem in etymological research. Pp. 519-525 in Studia Linguistica Diachronica et Synchronica: Festschrift in Honor of Werner Winter for His Sixtieth Birthday, ed. by Ursula Pieper and Gerhard Stickel. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 1985. Proto-Indo-European Derivational Morphology in Chronological Perspective. Pp. 67-76 in For Gordon H. Fairbanks, ed. by Beneeta Z. Acson and Richard L. Leed. (Oceanic Linguistics Special Publication, 20.) Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • 1985. Indogermanisch-Germanisch-Deutsch: Geneologische Einordnung und Vorgeschichte des Deutschen. Pp. 949-962 in Sprachgeschichte: Handbuch zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und ihrer Erforschung, ed. by Werner Besch, Oskar Reichmann, and Stefan Sonderegger. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • 1985. Typology and the Study of Language Change. Diachronica 2, 1:35-49.
  • 1986. Fick and Kleuker on Jones--Riga 1795. Historiographia Linguistica 18, 1:19-26.
  • 1986. Gothic as an Aboriginal Language. Pp. 205-212 in Language in Global Perspective: Papers in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1935-1985, ed. by Benjamin F. Elson. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics.
  • 1986. Primes. Pp. 1-17 in Language Typology 1985: Papers from the Linguistic Typology Symposium, Moscow, 9-13 December 1985, ed. by Winfred P. Lehmann. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 47.)
  • 1986. Reflexes of PIE d < t'. Pp. 483-489 in Linguistics across Historical and Geographical Boundaries, Vol. 1: Linguistic Theory and Historical Linguistics, ed. by Dieter Kastovsky and Aleksander Szwedek. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 1986. Secondary Responses, or Tertiary, to Language by Linguists. Pp. 173-178 in The Fergusonian Impact, Vol. 2: Sociolinguistics and the Sociology of Language, ed. by Joshua A. Fishman et al. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 1986. Latin aeger 'sick' and Its Proto-Indo-European Context. Pp. 85-89 in o-o-pe-ro-si : Festschrift für Ernst Risch zum 75. Geburtstag, ed. by Annemarie Etter. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • 1987. Agreement With the Available Material. Pp.299-304 in Studies in Honor of René Derolez, ed. by A.M. Simon-Vandenbergen. Gent: Seminarie voor Engelse en Oud-Germaanse Taalkunde.
  • 1987. Time. Pp. 339-349 in Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 48: Papers from the 7th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by Anna Giacolone Ramat and Onofrio Carruba and Giuliano Bernini. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1987. Bloomfield as an Indo-Europeanist. Historiographica XIV 1/2: 163-72.
  • 1987. Four Decades with the Computer. IDEAL 2:5-16.
  • 1987. The Humanistic Basis of Second Language learning. [With Randall L. Jones.] Foreign Language Instruction: A National Agenda--Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 490:186-193.
  • 1987. Support for the Humanities. MLA Newsletter 19, 1:3-4.
  • 1987. Language, Linguistics, and the Modern Language Association. MLA Newsletter 19, 2:2-3.
  • 1987. The Association and Its Members in the National Context. MLA Newsletter 19, 3:2-4.
  • 1987. Machine Translation. MLA Newsletter 19, 4.
  • 1987. As the Generations Pass... Computers and Translation 2:287-90.
  • 1987. Reflections by the Computer. Pp. 232-238 in Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1986, ed. by Simon P. X. Battestini. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
  • 1987. Theoretical views affecting successive reconstructions of the phonological system of Proto-Indo-European. Pp. 225-236 in Festschrift for Henry Hoenigswald on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday, ed. by George Cardona and Norman H. Zide. Tübingen: Narr.
  • 1987. The Context of Machine Translation. Computers and Translation 2: 135-57.
  • 1987. Indo-European Studies today. Voprosy Jazykoznanija 1987, 2:17-33.
  • 1987. Linguistic and Archeological Data for Handbooks of Proto-Languages. Pp. 72-87 in Proto-Indo-European. The Archaeology of a Linguistic Problem. Studies in Honor of Marija Gimbutas. ed. by Susan Nacev Skomal and Edgar C. Polomé. Washington, D.C.: Institute for the Study of Man.
  • 1988. Woven Close. PMLA 103: 243-253.
  • 1988. The Quality of Presence. World Literature Today. 1988, Autumn. Pp.578-582.
  • 1988. The Etymology of Larynx. Pp.221-223 in Essays on the English Language and Applied Linguistics on the Occasion of Gerhard Nickel's 60th Birthday, ed. by Josef Klegraf and Dietrich Nehls. Heidelberg: Julius Groos.
  • 1988. The Divine Twins or The Twins...Divine? Pp. 373-80 in Languages and Cultures: Studies in Honor of Edgar C. Polomé, ed. by Mohammad A. Jazayery and Werner Winter. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 1988. Coseriu and Typology. Pp. 183-86 in Energeia und Ergon III. Das sprachtheoretische Denken Eugenio Coserius in der Diskussion (2), ed. by Jens Lüdtke. Tübingen: Narr.
  • 1989. Comment. Discovery 11.2:22-4. (Research and Scholarship at the University of Texas at Austin.)
  • 1989. Responsibilities in Syntax. American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures. 1, 2:101-132.
  • 1989. Notes on the Workshop: Reconstructions of the Proto-Indo-European Sound System and their Consequences. Pp. 267-269 in Trends in Linguistics; Studies and Monographs 41, ed. by Theo Vennemann. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter.
  • 1989. Machine Translation: Achievements, Problems, Promise. Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1989, ed. by James E. Alatis. Pp. 385-92. Washington: Georgetown University Press.
  • 1989. Earlier Stages of Proto-Indo-European. Pp. 109-31 in Indogermanica Europaea: Festschrift für Wolfgang Meid zum 60. Geburtstag am 12. 11. 1989. Ed. by Karin Heller, Oswald Panagl and Johann Tischler. Graz. 1989.
  • 1989. Problems in Proto-Indo European Grammar: Residues from Pre-Indo-European Active Structure. General Linguistics 29. 228-246.

1990-1999

  • 1990. Syntactic Residues. Pp. 171-87 in Language Typology, 1987: Systematic Balance in Language. Ed. by W. P. Lehmann. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1990. Japanese Expressions for the Middle. Pp. 127-34 in Linguistic Fiesta, Festschrift for Professor Hisao Kakehi's Sixtieth Birthday. Tokyo: Kurashio.
  • 1990. In Search of the Indo-Europeans. Diachronica 7:101-116.
  • 1990. The Current Thrust of Indo-European Studies. General Linguistics 30:1-52.
  • 1990. Syntactic Change. Pp. 365-88 in Research Guide on Language Change, Ed. by Edgar G. Polomé. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1990.
  • 1991. National Planning for Intercultural Studies. Pp. 39-49 in National Planning for Intercultural Studies. I: 1: 1991.
  • 1991. The Importance of Models in Historical Linguistics. Pp. 1-10 in Language Typology 1988: Typological Models in Reconstruction. Ed. by W. P. Lehmann and Helen-Jo Jakusz Hewitt. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 1991. A Semiotic Approach to Oral-formulaic Poetry. Review article on A Key to Old Poems: The Oral-Formulaic Approach to the Interpretation of West-Germanic Verse. By Alain Renoir. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1988. Semiotica 85, 1-2: 163-71.
  • 1991. The Process of Linguistics. Pp. 11-22 in Sprung from Some Common Source. Investigations into the Prehistory of Languages. Ed. by Sydney M. Lamb and E. Douglas Mitchell. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • 1991. Franz Bopp's Use of Typology. Zeitschrift für Phonetik, Sprachwissenschaft und Kommunikationsforschung. Berlin 44, 3:175-84.
  • 1991. Impersonal Verbs as Relics of a Sub-Class in Pre-Indo-European. Istoricheskaja Lingvistika i Tipologija 33-35. Moscow: Nauka.
  • 1992. Indo-European Linguistics Today. Word 48:37-48.
  • 1992. De Libera Grammatica. Pp. 129-34 in Wege in der Sprachwissenschaft: vierundvierzig autobiographische Berichte; Festschrift für Mario Wandruszka, ed. Hans-Martin Gauger and Wolfgang Pöckl. Tübingen: Narr, 1991.
  • 1992. Determination of Relative Chronology and its Implications in Linguistics. Incontri Linguistici 14:49-59. 1991.
  • 1992. Residues in the Early Slavic Numeral System That Clarify the Development of the Indo-European System. General Linguistics 31:131-40. 1991.
  • 1992. Comparative linguistics. Pp. 5-19 in Reconstructing Languages and Cultures. Eds. Edgar C. Polomé & Werner Winter. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1992.
  • 1992. SWÆS. From the Middle to Pronominal Reflexive Markers. Pp. 139-46 in Language and Civilization. A Concerted Profusion of Essays and Studies in Honour of Otto Hietsch, ed. Claudia Blank et al. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1992.
  • 1992. Novoye v indoevropeysticheskich issledovaniyach. Voprosy Jazykoznanija 1991, 4:5-30. (Translation of first part of The Thrust... 1990). Second part in VJa 1991, 5:5-26 (1993).
  • 1993. Impersonal Verbs as Relics of a Sub-class in Pre-Indo-European. Pp. 33-38 in Istoricheskaja lingvistika i tipologija. (Festschrift for Gamkrelidze). Moscow: Nauka.
  • 1993. German Prosody. I. Old Germanic. Pp. 474-76 in The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics. Eds. Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • 1993. Indo-European Prosody. Pp. 603-604 in The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics. Eds. Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • 1993. Comment on The Typology of Indo-European by Edwin G. Pulleyblank. Journal of Indo-European Studies 21:119-21.
  • 1993. Ferdinand de Saussure. Pp. 466-68 in Encyclopedia of Contemporary Literary Theory. Approaches, Scholars, Terms. Irena R. Makaryk, General Editor and Compiler. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • 1993. Linguistics During the Life of Lasso. Southwest Journal of Linguistics 11 (1-2): 1-13 (1992)
  • 1993. Old English Prepositions as Residues of OV Order. Pp. 541-49 in Anglo-Saxonica. Festschrift für Hans Schabram zum 65. Geburtstag. Eds. Klaus R. Grinda and Claus-Dieter Wetzel. Munich: Fink.
  • 1994. Diagnostic Uses of Typology. Languages of the World 7 (1993.2), pp.3-13.
  • 1994. Foreword. Pp. xi-xiv in Persian Studies in North America. Studies in Honor of Mohammad Ali Jazayery, Ed. Mehdi Marashi. Bethesda, MD: Iranbooks.
  • 1994. The Continuity of Theory in Linguistics. Miscellanea di studi linguistici in onore di Walter Belardi, eds. P. Cipriano, P. di Giovine, M. Mancini. Rome: Il Calamo, pp. 985-1011.
  • 1994. The Interplay of OV and VO Patterning in Grammaticalization. General Linguistics 34:175-189.
  • 1994. DCM vs. CM. California Linguistic Notes 24/2 (Spring 1994), pp. 1, 3.
  • 1994. Modifications in Syntactic Change from SOV to VSO Structure. Pp. 97-109 in Indogermanica et Caucasica, Festschrift für Karl Horst Schmidt zum 65. Geburtstag, eds. Roland Bielmeier and Reinhard Stempel. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1994.
  • 1994. Person Marking in Indo-European. Historische Sprachforschung 107: 1-11.
  • 1994. Gothic and the Reconstruction of Proto-Germanic. Pp. 19-37 in The Germanic Languages, eds. Ekkehard König and Johan van der Auwera. London and New York: Routledge, 1994.
  • 1995. The Spindle or the Distaff. Pp. 53-60 in Cultures, Ideologies, and the Dictionary. Studies in Honor of Ladislav Zgusta, eds. Braj B. Kachru and Henry Kahane. Lexicographica, Series Major 64 Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 1995.
  • 1995. Proto-Indo-European: A Multiangular View IV. A Tentative Version of the Calcutta Fragment of Proto-Indo-European. Pp. 78-79 in Proto-Indo-European. A Multiangular View, ed. Subhadra Kumar Sen. The Journal of Indo-European Studies 22, 1-2 (1994).
  • 1995. The Yolk in the Pea-Hen's Egg. Language as the Ultimate Reality. Pp. 81-99 in Literary India. Comparative Studies in Aesthetics, Colonialism, and Culture, eds. Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995.
  • 1995. Ernst A. Ebbinghaus: A Statement on His Scholarly Career. General Linguistics 34, 2: 117-124.
  • 1995. The Impact of Jones in German-Speaking Areas. Pp. 131-140 in Objects of Enquiry. The Life, Contributions, and Influences of Sir William Jones (1746-1794), eds. Garland Cannon and Kevin R. Brine. New York and London: New York University Press, 1995.
  • 1995. Objectives of a Theory of Syntactic Change. Pp. 1116-1126 of Chapter XVIII. Research into Syntactic Change I: General (Die Erforschung des Syntaxwandels I: Allgemeines) in Syntax. An International Handbook of Contemporary Research, (Syntax. Ein internationales Handbuch zeitgenössischer Forschung), Vol. 2, eds. Joachim Jacobs, Arnim von Stechow, Wolfgang Sternefeld, and Theo Vennemann. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1995.
  • 1995. Kurylowicz's use of structural relationships. Pp. 1-9 in Analecta Indoeuropaea Cracoviensia, vol. II:Kurylowicz Memorial Volume, Part one, ed. W. Smoczynski. Cracow: Universitas.
  • 1996. Poetic Principles in the South Asian Literary Tradition: Interrelatedness of Grammar, Prosody and Other Elements of Language. Pp. 111-123 of College Literature, special issue ed. by Patrick Colm Hogan and Lalita Pandit.
  • 1996. Greek áristos and Comparison in the Early Indo-European Dialects. Pp. 105-110 in Munus Amicitiae: Studia Linguistica in honorem Witoldi Mańczak septuagenarii, eds. A. Bochnakowa and S. Widlak. Kraków: Universitas Iagellonica, 1995.
  • 1996. Agreement Languages. Pp. 19-34 in The Twenty-Second LACUS Forum 1995, ed. Bates Hoffer. Chapel Hill, NC: LACUS.
  • 1997. Active Language Characteristics in Pre-Indo-European and Pre-Afro-Asiatic. General Linguistics 35:51-79.
  • 1997. Frozen Residues and Relative Dating. Pp. 223-46 in Varia on the Indo-European Past. Papers in Memory of Marija Gimbutas, eds. Miriam Robbins Dexter and Edgar C. Polomé. Washington D.C.: Institute for the Study of Man, 1997.
  • 1997. Ex Oriente Nox. Pp. 117-28 in Historical Indo-European and Lexicographical Studies, ed. Hans Henrich Hock. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1997.
  • 1997. Problems in the Treatment of Germanic. Yazykovaja kategorizatsija. Festschrift for E. F. Kubrjakova, 89-94. Moscow: Nauka.
  • 1998. Early Celtic among the Indo-European Dialects. Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie 49-50:440-454.
  • 1998. Explanation of Syntactic Changes in Late Indo-European by Use of Universals. MIR CURAD. Studies in Honor of Calvert Watkins. Jay Jasanoff, H. Craig Melchert, Lise Olivier, eds. 291-404. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck.
  • 1998. Implications of Agreement Languages for Linguistics. Notes on Linguistics 82:5-10.
  • 1998. Raja Rao: Master of Language, Rigveda 10.81.7. Word as Mantra. The Art of Raja Rao, 133-141. Robert L. Hardgrave, Jr., ed. New Delhi: Katha.
  • 1999. The Structural Approach of Jacob Grimm and His Contemporaries. Journal of Indo-European Studies, 27, 1-2: 1-13.
  • 1999. Towards a History of Early Indo-European. Diachronica 16, 1: 65-95.

2000-2006

  • 2000. The Development of Adequate Formalism in Linguistics. Pp. 125-145 in Functional Approaches to Language, Culture and Cognition. Ed. by David G. Lockwood, Peter H. Fries and James E. Copeland (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, vol. 163). Amsterdam-Philadelphia.
  • 2000. My Early Years in Machine Translation. Early Years in Machine Translation. Memoirs and Biographies of Pioneers 149-164. W. John Hutchins, ed. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 2000-2001. What Constitutes Scientific Evidence in Paleolinguistics? Mother Tongue 6: 75-78.
  • 2001. Etymology. Pp. 4874-77 in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Ed. by N.J. Smelser and Paul B. Bates. Oxford, Pergamon, 2001.
  • 2001. Il pre-indoeuropeo (8000 a.C.). Le radici prime dell' Europa 237-251. Gianluca Bocchi and Mauro Ceruti, eds. Milan: Bruno Mondadori.
  • 2001. Requirements in Current Indo-European Studies. Yazyk, Kultura: fakty i cennosti (Language and Culture: Facts and Values). Festschrift for Yury Sergeevich Stepanov on his 70th Birthday, pp. 61-67. E.C. Kubrjakova, T.E. Yanko, eds. Moscow: Yazyki Slavjanskoi Kul'tury.
  • 2003 (2000). Version in Active languages. General Linguistics 40, 1-4: 57-70.
  • 2003. Human Language and the Functioning of the Brain. [With Cristina Rinaldi.] Logos and Language 4, 1: 17-33.
  • 2003. Realism in Indo-European Linguistics. Pp. 245-55 in Language in Time and Space. Festschrift for Werner Winter on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday. Ed. by Brigitte L.M. Bauer and Georges-Jean Pinault. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 2004. Derivational Morphology of the Early Indo-European Verb. Studies in Baltic and Indo-European Linguistics, pp. 113-124. Ed. by P. Baldi and P. W. Dini. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 2004. Some Proposals for Historical Linguistic Grammars. Southwest Journal of Linguistics 23, 2: 145-156.
  • 2006. The Role of Intercultural Studies in the Development of Linguistics. Intercultural Communication Studies XV, 3: 1-8.

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