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15 Summaries on History of Linguistics

Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Sum: History of For. Lang. Teaching/Lang. Policy Erica Benson 8.267 20-Feb-1997
India's role in the history of linguistics - summary Marcin Lewandowski 8.675 05-May-1997
Sum: Etyma Maria Carlota A 9.149 31-Jan-1998
Prague School influence Frederick Newmeyer 10.220 10-Feb-1999
summary of 'de se' responses Ana Perez-Leroux 10.604 26-Apr-1999
History of Linguistics Fay Wouk 12.809 23-Mar-2001
History of LInguistics Fay Wouk 12.865 25-Mar-2001
Fortition of Palatal Glide in Romance Steven Schaufele 13.463 16-Feb-2002
History of Grammaticalization Therese Lindstrom 13.2037 06-Aug-2002
Endangered Languages Daniel Everett 13.3331 17-Dec-2002
linguistic autobiographies Michael Erard 14.78 08-Jan-2003
Leonard Bloomfield as a Teacher Marc Pierce 16.2350 08-Aug-2005
Miss Fidditch Pius ten Hacken 17.156 16-Jan-2006
Priscian quote Edward McDonald 17.735 08-Mar-2006
Early Sense of the Word 'Morpheme' Stephen Anderson 22.2608 21-Jun-2011