1960s

  • 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.

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