LINGUIST List 11.977

Fri Apr 28 2000

TOC: American Journal of Germanic Linguistics

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  1. Joseph Salmons, American J. of Germanic Linguistics, 11.2

Message 1: American J. of Germanic Linguistics, 11.2

Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 07:39:59 -0500
From: Joseph Salmons <jsalmonsfacstaff.wisc.edu>
Subject: American J. of Germanic Linguistics, 11.2

11.2 of the American Journal of Germanic Linguistics has now
appeared. Starting with volume 13 (2001) the _American Journal of
Germanic Linguistics and Literatures_ will be renamed the _Journal of
Germanic Linguistics_ and will be published quarterly (March, June,
September, December) by Cambridge University Press. Submissions may
be directed to:

Mark L. Louden (loudenmail.utexas.edu)
JGL, Dept. of German,
818 Van Hise Hall
UW-Madison
Madison, WI 53706

For subscription information, contact:

Robert B. Howell (rbhowellfacstaff.wisc.edu)
Dept. of German,
818 Van Hise Hall
UW-Madison
Madison, WI 53706


American Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 11.2:

ARTICLE					
Studies in runic origins 2: From gods to men	
Tom Markey

DISCUSSION NOTES				
On identifying laryngeal reflexes in Germanic	
Leo A. Connolly

A reply to Professor Connolly's "On identifying laryngeal reflexes in
Germanic"
Joseph B. Voyles

REVIEWS			
S. Suzuki, The metrical organization of Beowulf: Prototype and isomorphism
Thomas Cable

B. Donaldson, Dutch: A comprehensive grammar 	
Robert B. Howell

S. Bartke, Experimentelle Studien zur Flexion und Wortbildung 	
Martin Durrell

A. Giorgi and F. Pianesi, Tense and aspect: From semantics to morphosyntax 
Paul Portner

G. Diewald, Grammatikalisierung: Eine Einf´┐Żhrung in Sein und Werden
grammatischer Formen
Christopher M. Stevens

Index to volume 11	
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