Linguistics papers, 1955-1970.

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Linguistics papers, 1955-1970.

Linguistics papers, 1955-1970.

Papers on linguisticscollected by Harvard graduate student Peter Tumarkin.

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Kuno, Susumu, 1933-....

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Rothstein, Robert A. (Robert Allen)

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Niyekawa-Howard, Agnes M.

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Dearn, Janet.

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Hall, Barbara C.

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Langendoen, D. Terence.

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Postal, Paul Martin

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Baker, C. Leroy

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Karttunen, Lauri.

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Fillmore, Charles J.

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Luelsdorff, Philip A.

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Aiken Computation Laboratory

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Oettinger, Anthony G.

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Vendler, Z.

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D. Lochak.

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Knisbacher, Jeffrey.

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Partee, Barbara Hall

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Kiparsky, Paul

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Rardin, R.

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Sørensen, Holger Steen.

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Geach, P. T. (Peter Thomas), 1916-2013

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Townsend, Charles E. (Charles Elroy), 1856-1924

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Republican congressman from Michigan, 1903-1911, and U.S. Senator, 1911-1922. From the description of Charles Elroy Townsend papers, 1905-1922. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34422290 ...

Bierwisch, Manfred

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La Pelle, Nancy Ruth.

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Robenbaum, Peter Steven

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Permutter, David M.

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Lees, Robert B., 1922-....

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Sadock, Jerrold M.

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Klima, E. S.

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Rice, Lester A.

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Ross, John Robert, 1938-

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Smith, Carlota S.

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Ohio State University. Research Foundation

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Binnick, Robert

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Warshawsky, Florence.

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Gladney, Frank Y., 1936-

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Frank Young Gladney was born January 20, 1936. He was associate professor of Russian and associate professor of Slavic Languages and Literature (1963-2006); associate professor emeritus Slavic Languages and Literature (2008-2009);  Fulbright in Czechoslovakia with trips to Poland and USSR (1969-1970); Slavic and East European Journal (SEEJ) editor (1971-75). From the guide to the Frank Gladney Papers, 1961-1990, (University of Illinois Archives) ...

Howard, Irwin

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Meillet, A. (Antoine), 1866-1936

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Vetter, David, 1971-1984

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Shopen, Timothy.

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Ross, John Robert, 1938-

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Public Learning Corporation

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Jackendoff, Ray S.

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Lakoff, Robin

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Stanley, Richard

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Tumarkin, Ann, Mrs.

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Language Research Foundation

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Fraser, Bruce, 1888-1981

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Matthews, George Hubert.

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Lea, Wayne A.

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Lightner, Theodore M.

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Tumarkin, Peter.

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Hale, Kenneth

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Tienson, John Leander.

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Jakobson, Roman

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Steinitz, Renate

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Hofmann, T. R.

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Wolfe, Patricia M.

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Lakoff, George

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Chomsky, Noam

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Dwight L. Bolinger, English linguistic expert and scholar of the Spanish language, was a visiting professor at Stanford University from 1978 until his death in 1992. He earned his AB at Washburn College in 1930, his MA at the University of Kansas in 1932, and his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin in 1936. Before coming to Stanford, he taught at Washburn College, University of Southern California (1944-1960), University of Colorado, and Harvard University (1963-1973). He was the author of 17 b...

Donnellan, Keith S.

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Elliot, Dale E.

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Dong, Quang Phuc.

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University of California, Berkeley. Phonology laboratory

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Dougherty, Ray C.

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Rijk, Rudolf P.G. de

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Rosenbaum, Peter Steven

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McCawley, James D.

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Bach, Emmon W., 1929-

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Stockwell, Robert P.

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Wierzbicka, Anna (Art historian)

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Carden, Guy.

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Dixon, R. M. W.

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Perlmutter, David M. (Producer)

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Bowers, John S.

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Fischer, Susan D.

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Thompson, Manley Hawn, 1917-

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Manley Hawn Thompson was born in Zanesville, Ohio on April 12, 1917. He received both his A.B. and A.M. from the University of Chicago in 1938, and a Ph.D. in philosophy in 1942. Upon completing school, Thompson joined the U.S. Naval reserves, and remained until 1946. After the war, he taught for three years at the University of Toronto before returning to the University of Chicago in 1949 as an Assistant professor in philosophy. With the exception of visiting lectureships and other...