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  1. dwanders, UCLA Indo-Eurpean Studies, Vol. 1

Message 1: UCLA Indo-Eurpean Studies, Vol. 1

Date: Thu, 12 Aug 1999 17:17:54 -0000
From: dwanders <dwanderspacbell.net>
Subject: UCLA Indo-Eurpean Studies, Vol. 1

Announcing a collection of papers in Indo-European studies by faculty
and students of the UCLA Program in Indo-European Studies:

UCLA INDO-EUROPEAN STUDIES, Volume 1 (July, 1999)
edited by Vyacheslav V. Ivanov and Brent Vine

331 pages / $12 (including postage) [order form below] - 

CONTENTS:

PHONOLOGY
Greek rhiza 'root' and 'Schwa Secundum'
 Brent Vine

MORPHOLOGY
A Lexical Analysis of Simple *-r/n- Heteroclisis in Proto-Indo-
European
 Jay Friedman

Latin -inare/-inari
 Brent Vine

(MORPHO)SYNTAX
Word Order Change in Umbrian: From Postpositions to Prepositions
 Christopher Wilhelm

Indo-European Syntactic Rules and Gothic Morphology
 Vyacheslav V. Ivanov

WURZELN, WORTER UND SACHEN
Aggression and Sustenance: Driving (*ag'-) and Beating (*gwhen-)
Symbiosis in (Proto-)Indo-European
 Raimo Anttila

Comparative Notes on Hurro-Urartian, Northern Caucasian and
Indo-European
 Vyacheslav V. Ivanov

An Ancient Name for the Lyre
 Vyacheslav V. Ivanov

Old Novgorodian Nevide, Russian nevidal' : Greek aide:los
 Vyacheslav V. Ivanov

A Note on the Duenos Inscription
 Brent Vine

BOOK REVIEWS
Remarks on a So-Called Encyclopedia of Language (review of David
Crystal, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language, 2nd ed., 1997)
 Bengt Lofstedt

Recent Work from St. Petersburg, I (Classical and Indo-European
Linguistics, Celtic Studies)
 Brent Vine

Recent Work from St. Petersburg, II (Balkan Studies, Slavic Linguistics
and Ethnolinguistics)
 Vyacheslav V. Ivanov

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