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Journal Title: Historiographica Linguistica
Volume/Issue:   40/3
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iv, 232 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles / Aufsätze

Letter counting: A stem cell for cryptology, quantitative linguistics, and statistics
Bernard Ycart 303 – 330

John Bulwer (1606–1656) and Some British and French Contemporaries
Jeffrey Wollock 331 – 376

Otto Jespersen and “The Woman”, then and now
Margaret Thomas 377 – 408

Zwischen den Stühlen: Paul Lévy (1887–1962) und die französische Germanistik in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts
Barbara Kaltz 409 – 432

A little-known aspect of Leonard Bloomfield’s linguistics: The story of Let’s Read (1961)
Cynthia A. Barnhart 433 – 476

Review Article / Rapport Critique / Forschungsbericht

Lenz on Locke on Language
Reviewed by Michael Losonsky 477 – 488

Reviews / Comptes Rendus / Besprechungen

Dionisio Trace e la tradizione grammaticale
Reviewed by Andreas U. Schmidhauser 489 – 492

Affective literacies.
Reviewed by Louis G. Kelly 493 – 498

De l’imagination à l’entendement
Reviewed by Anthony J. Klijnsmit 499 – 506

Jamieson’s Dictionary of Scots
Reviewed by John Considine 507 – 511

Südamerikanische Grammatiken
Reviewed by James William Underhill 512 – 519

Deutsche Philologie an den preußischen Universitäten im 19. Jahrhundert
Rezensiert von Céline Trautmann-Waller 520 – 523

Jac. van Ginneken onder vuur
Toon Van Hal 524 – 529

Koerner’s Korner
E.F.K. Koerner 530 – 534
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): History of Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 24.3757