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Name: Steven  D  Dworkin
Institution: University of Michigan
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Homepage: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/ling/people/Steven_Dworkin.htm
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Spanish
Language Family(ies): Romance
Selected Publications: Books

Etymology and Derivational Morphology: The Genesis of Old Spanish Denominal Adjectives in -ido. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie, 206. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1985.


(In Collaboration with David J. Billick) Lexical Studies of Medieval Spanish Texts: A Bibliography of Concordances, Glossaries, Vocabularies and Selected Word Studies. Madison, WI: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1987.

(In Collaboration with David J. Billick) Lexical Studies of Medieval Spanish Texts: A Bibliography of Concordances, Glossaries, Vocabularies and Selected Word Studies. 2d revised and expanded edition Madison, WI: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1993.

(Co-edited with Dieter Wanner), New approaches to Old Problems: Issues in Romance historical Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2000.

Guest Editor. Critical Cluster on “Historical Romance Linguistics: the Death of a Discipline?” La corónica 31.2 (Spring, 2003): 7-134.

Articles

“Yakov Malkiel (1914-1998)”, Language.80 (2004), 153-162

“Thoughts on the Future of a Venerable and Vital Discipline”, La Corónica 31:2 (Spring 2003), 9-17.

“Spanish Studies: Language”, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 63 (2003), 227-244.

“Spanish Studies: Language”, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 62 (2001), 218-224.
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