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Mon Oct 24 2005
TOC: Indo-European Studies Bulletin 1/11 (2005)
Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins
Indo-European Studies Bulletin Vol 1, No 11 (2005)
Message 1: Indo-European Studies Bulletin Vol 1, No 11 (2005)
From: Deborah Anderson <dwanderspacbell.net>
Subject: Indo-European Studies Bulletin Vol 1, No 11 (2005)
Publisher: Friends and Alumni of Indo-European Studies, UCLA
Journal Title: Indo-European Studies Bulletin
Volume Number: 11
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: Sept. 2005
This is to announce the publication of a new issue of the Indo-European Studies
Bulletin. The IES Bulletin is published by the Friends and Alumni of
Indo-European Studies, and is affiliated with the Indo-European Studies Program
at UCLA. Subscription information is at the bottom of this message.
Contents of IES Bulletin 11.1 (September 2005) 84 pp.
* Iranian Historical Linguistics in the Twentieth Century (Xavier Tremblay)
* Update on Die historischen Personennamen des Mykenischen (José Luis García Ramón)
Notes and Brief Communications
* Indo-European Language and Culture: An introduction, by Benjamin W. Fortson
IV. (L. Oliver)
* Runica - Germanica - Mediaevalia, edited by Wilhelm Heizmann and Astrid van
Nahl. (A. Vijunas)
* Studies in the Historical Development of the Ossetic Vocalism, by Johnny
Cheung. (R. Kim)
* The Languages of Paradise: Aryans and Semites, a match made in heaven, by
Maurice Olender. (P. Park)
* Geregeltes Ungestüm. Bruderschaften und Jugendbünde bei indogermanischen
Völkern, edited by Rahul Peter Das and Gerhard Meiser. (R. Matasovic)
* Nart Sagas from the Caucasus, by John Colarusso. (E. and P. Barber)
* The Foundations of Latin, by Philip Baldi. (C. Wilhelm)
Electronic Resources for IE
For listings of prior issues and their contents, please see:
http://www.indo-european.org (and go to IES Bulletin page).
Editorial board: Deborah Anderson (General Editor), Brent Vine (Book Review
Editor), Stephanie Jamison, Joszi Nagy, Jay Friedman, Aurelijus Vijunas, and
Kanehiro Nishimura (Members of Review Board).
Checks in US dollars should be made payable to "FAIES/UCLA Foundation" and sent
with a contribution form
(http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/FAIES_Contribution.pdf) to: FAIES, 2143
Kelton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025 USA.
Credit cards are also accepted. In order to make a credit card payment, please
contact the Editor, Deborah Anderson (dwanders(at)pacbell.net or
The Indo-European Studies Bulletin also welcomes article submissions from
scholars and students that present new findings or approaches to problems in
Indo-European linguistics, archaeology, mythology, and other related
disciplines. Readers are also encouraged to submit new book titles, dissertation
titles, upcoming conferences, and other items of interest to Indo-Europeanists.
A style sheet will be available on the IES Bulletin website (listed above)
within the week.
For further questions or further information, please contact:
dwanders(at)pacbell.net or dwanders(at)berkeley.edu.
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
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