Anthropological [TSC1] Linguistics

Consulting Editor

REGNA DARNELL

Professor and Chair

Department of Anthropology

University of Western Ontario

London, Ontario

Canada N6 A 588

rdarnell@julian.uwo.ca

 

Anthropological Linguistics

JANE HILL

Dept. of Anthropology

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ 85721

jhill@u.arizona.edu

 

and

 

REGNA DARNELL

 

REGNA DARNELL

 

DONALD BRENNEIS

Professor of Anthropology

University of California, Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA  95064

brenneis@cats.ucsc.edu

 

 

Culture History and Historical Linguistics VERY MINOR  REVISION

CALVERT WATKINS

Linguistics Department

Harvard University

Boylston 314

Cambridge, MA  02138

watkins@fas.harvard.edu

 

 

Endangered Lgs NEW 500 wds

LEANNE HINTON

Dept. of Linguistics

1203 Dwinelle Hall

University of California

Berkeley, CA 94720-2650

hinton@socrates.berkeley.edu

 

Ethnosemantics  MAJOR REVISION

EUGENE S. HUNN

Dept. of Anthropology

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195-3100

Hunn@u.washington.edu

 

Fieldwork

REGNA DARNELL

 

JUDITH L. AISSEN

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California

Santa Cruz. CA  95064

aissen@cats.ucsc.edu

 

Nonverbal Communication MID-RANGE REVISION

MARY RITCHIE KEY

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California, Irvine

Irvine, CA 92717

mrkey@uci.edu

 

Semiotics (=Semiotics and Anthropological Linguistics, to be main entry for SEMIOTICS] MID-RANGE REVISION

GREG URBAN

Dept. of Anthropology

University of Pennsylvania

325 University Museum

Philadelphia, PA  19104-6398

gurban@sas.upenn.edu

 

 

Sign Language: An Overview MID-RANGE REVISION

ADAM KENDON 

43 West Walnut Lane

Philadelphia PA 19144

adamk@gse.upenn.edu

 

 

Text: Anthro Aspects MAJOR REVISION

RICHARD BAUMAN

Chair, Folklore Institute

Indiana University

Bloomington, IN  47405

bauman@indiana.edu

 

 

Linguistic Relativity

PHILIP K. BOCK

Presidential Professor of Anthropology

Anthropology Building, Room 240

University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM  87131

pbock@unm.edu

 

STEPHEN LEVINSON

Wundtlaan 1

NL-6525 XD Nijmegen

Netherlands

Stephen.Levinson@mpi.nl

 

 

NEW PAPERS (3.5K)

Fieldwork overview 500-1K

Endangered Lgs 500 wds

Ling Rel: Cognitive Aspects: 2K

 

DELETIONS:

Wang, Lang Origins


Applied Linguistics

Consulting Editors

ROBERT B. KAPLAN

P.O. Box 577

Port Angeles, WA  98362

kaplan@olypen.com

 

and

 

WILLIAM GRABE

Dept. of English

Northern Arizona University

BOX 6032 Flagstaff, AZ 86011

William.grabe@nau.edu

 

 

Acquisition of Language: Second-Language Acquisition VERY MINOR REVISION

MICHAEL H. LONG

Department of ESL

University of Hawai'i

1890 East-West Rd.

Honolulu, HI 96822

mlong@hawaii.edu

 

 

Applied Linguistics [Old Overview, plus some history] MID-RANGE REVISION

ROBERT KAPLAN     

 

and

 

HENRY WIDDOWSON

Institut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik

1090 Wien

Spitalgasse 2 Hof 8

AUSTRIA

henry.widdowson@univie.ac.at

 

 

Applied Pragmatics MINOR REVISION 

GABRIELE KASPER

Dept. of English as a Second Language

University of Hawai'i

1890 East-West Rd.

Honolulu, HI 96822

gkasper@hawaii.edu

 

 

Assessment MID-RANGE REVISION (rename Lg Assessment]

LYLE  F. BACHMAN

Professor of Applied Linguistics

University of California, Los Angeles

405 Hilgard Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90024-1543

bachman@humnet.ucla.edu

 

until Jan 1, 2001

506 Carnation Court

Simi Valley, CA 93065-5429

 

Bilingualism and Mutilingualism

·        Bilingualism: An Overview MID-RANGE REVISION

KENJI HAKUTA

Dept. of Education

Stanford University

Stanford, CA 94305

hakuta@LELAND.STANFORD.EDU

 

 

·        Bilingual Education MINOR REVISION

JIM CUMMINS

Professor, Modern Language Centre

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

252 Bloor Sr. West

Toronto,  Canada MSS 1V6

jcummins@oise.utoronto.ca

 

·        Multilingualism NEW 3K

JOHN EDWARDS

Department of Psychology

St. Francis Xavier University

P.O. Box 5000

Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Canada B2G 2W5

jedwards@stfx.ca

 

Classroom-Oriented Research NEW 1.25K 

PATSY M. LIGHTBOWN

Concordia University, Montreal

TESL Centre

1455 de Maisonneuve West

Montreal QC  H3G 1M8

CANADA

lightbn@vax2.concordia.ca

 

 

Computer-Assisted Instruction New 1K

CAROL CHAPELLE

203 Ross Hall

Iowa State University

Ames, IA 50011

carolc@iastate.edu

 

Contrastive Rhetoric MINOR REVISION 

ROBERT B. KAPLAN

 

Critical Linguistics MINOR REVISION

NORMAN FAIRCLOUGH

Lecturer in Linguistics

University of Lancaster

Lancaster, LA1 4YT, UK

N.Fairclough@lancs.ac.uk

 

 

Educational Linguistics 1.75K NEW

BERNARD SPOLSKY

Language Policy Research Center

English Department

Bar-Ilan University

Ramat-gan 52900

ISRAEL

f24030@VM.BIU.AC.IL

 

 

Interlanguage MID-RANGE REVISION

MICHAEL SHARWOOD SMITH

Dept. of English

University of Utrecht

Utrecht

The Netherlands

 

and

 

CLAIRE KRAMSCH

1201 Shattuck Avenue

Berkeley, CA  94709

ckramsch@socates.berkeley.edu

 

Language Planning

MICHAEL CLYNE MICHAEL CLYNE

Professor of Linguistics

Monash University

3168 Vic.

Austrailia

Michael.Clyne@arts.monash.edu.au

 

DAVID INGRAM

Director of CALL

Grffith University

Brisbane QLD 4111

Australia

D.Ingram@mailbox.gu.edu.au

 

 

 

RICHARD B. BALDAUF, JR.

Associate Professor and Director

Language Centre A18

University of Sydney, NSW 2006

Australia

richard.baldauf@language.usyd.edu.au

 

 

Language for Specific Purposes MINOR REVISION

JOHN M. SWALES

English Language Institute

University of Michigan

300A Nub 1057

Ann Arbor, MI  48109

mswales@umich.edu

 

 

Lexicography MID-RANGE REVISION

ROBERT ILSON

58 Amtrim Mansions

Antrim Rd

London NW3 4XU

ENGLAND

 

and

 

WILLIAM FRAWLEY

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Delaware

Newark, DE  19716

billf@udel.edu

 

Pedagogical Grammar MINOR REVISION

WILLIAM E. RUTHERFORD

Linguistics Department, GFS 357B

University of Southern California

University Park, MC-1693

Los Angeles, CA  90089

rutherfo@usc.edu

 

 

and

 

DIANE LARSEN-FREEMAN

School for International Training

Kipling Road, P.O. Box 676

Brattleboro, VT  05302-0676

Diane.larsen-freeman@sit.edu

 

 

Reading Research MID-RANGE REVISION 

DAVID E. ESKEY

Dept. of Education

University of Southern California

EDPA

Los Angeles, CA  90089-0081

eskey@usc.edu

 

 

Style: Applied Stylistics: reduced to very short as definition or style VERY MINOR REVISION

RONALD CARTER

Senior Lecturer in English Studies; Director,

Center for English Language Education

University of Nottingham

Nottingham N67 2RD

ronald.carter@nottingham.ac.uk

 

Terminology NEW 1K

ANITA NUOPPONEN

Department of Communication Studies

Faculty of Humanities

University of VAASA

P.O. Box 700

atn@Uwasa.Fi

 

 

Translation and Interpretation MID-RANGE REVISION

RODA P. ROBERTS

Bilingual Canadian Dictionary Project

550 Cumberland, PO Box 450, Station A

Ottawa ON K1N 6N5

Canada

roberts@uottawa.ca

 

 

and

 

NANCY SCHWEDA NICHOLSON

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Delaware

Newark, DE  19711

nsn@udel.edu

 

Writing Research MINOR REVISION

WILLIAM GRABE

 

NEW (8K)

CAI 1K

Classroom Research 1.25

Educational Linguistics 1.75K

Multlingualism, Minorities/Lg Planning 3K

Terminology 1K

 

DELETIONS:

History of the Field (PETER STREVENS)

Institutional Linguistics (JOANN CRANDALL and MARGARET VAN NAERSSEN

Minorities and Language Planning (ALLISON D'ANGLEJAN)

Multilingualism and Multiculturalism (BRAI B. KACHRU)

Contrastive Analysis (CARL JAMES)

Literacy: Applied Linguistic Aspects (DAVID H. BENDOR-SAMUEL)

Pathology of Language (PAUL FLETCHER)

Pedagogical Linguistics (CHRISTOPHER BRUMFIT)

Scientific Nomenclature (BJORN H. JERNUDD)


Cognitive Science

Consulting Editor

WILLIAM FRAWLEY

Linguistics and Cognitive Science

University of Delaware

Newark, DE  19716

billf@udel.edu

 

Cognitive Science and Linguistics, new 3K

WILLIAM FRAWLEY

 

Evolution and Language, new 4K

TERRENCE DEACON

Biological Anthropology

Boston University

Boston, MA

TWDeacon@aol.com

 

1206 Wetmore Ave

Everett, WA 98201

 

NEW

ALL: 7K (only 4K cost)

Some new figures


Computational Linguistics

Consulting Editor

JUDITH KLAVANS

Director, Center for Research on Information Access

Research Scientist, Department of Computer Science

Columbia University

535 West 114th Street, MC 1103

New York, New York 10027

klavans@cs.columbia.edu

 

Computational Morphology MINOR REVISION 1 fig

KIMMO KOSKENNIEMI

Professor of Linguistics

Helsingin Yliopisto

Heisingfors Universitet

Hallituskatu 11, SF-00100, Helsinki

Finland

koskenni@ling.helsinki.fi

 

Connectionism MINOR REVISION

PAUL SMOLENSKY

Dept. of Cognitive Science

Johns Hopkins University

239A Krieger Hall

3400 N. Charles St.

Baltimore, MD 21218-2685

smolensky@jhu.edu

 

 

Corpus Processing  VERY MINOR REVISION

GEOFFREY LEECH

Professor of Linguistics & Modern English

Language

University of Lancaster

Lancaster LA1 4YT, U.K.

G.Leech@lancaster.ac.uk

 

From Oct 1-Dec 15

6 - 1 - 2302

Akemi

Urayasu, Chiba, 279-0014

Japan

 

Literary and Linguistic Computing MINOR REVISION

SUSAN HOCKEY

School of Library, Archive and Information Studies

University College London

Gower Street

London WC1E 6BT ENGLAND

s.hockey@ucl.ac.uk

 

 

Machine Translation MAJOR REVISION

MARGARET KING

TIM/ISSCO, ETI

University of Geneva           

40 blvd du Pont d'Arve         

CH-1211 GENEVA 4

Switzerland

Margaret.King@issco.unige.ch

 

 

Natural Language Processing

·       An Overview  MINOR REVISION

KAREN SPARCK JONES

Computer Laboratory

New Museum Site

Pembroke Street

University of Cambridge

Cambridge  CB2 3QG

UK

Karen.Sparck-Jones@cl.cam.ac.uk

 

·       Architectures [=System Architectures MINOR REVISION

ROBERT GAIZAUSKAS    SENT

Reader in Computer Science     

Department of Computer Science     

University of Sheffield     

Regent Court, 211 Portobello Street

Sheffield S1 4DP

U.K.

R.Gaizauskas@dcs.shef.ac.uk

 

And

 

 

 

KAREN SPARCK JONES

 

·        Generation MINOR REVISION

GERARD KEMPEN

Department of Psychology

Leiden University

PO Box 9555

2300 RB Leiden

The Netherlands

kempen@fsw.leidenuniv.nl

 

·        Word Sense Disambiguation NEW 750 wds

PHILLIP RESNIK

 

·        Grammatical Tagging and Parsing new 1K 2 figs

ERIC BRILL

Microsoft Research

One Microsoft Way

Redmond, WA 98052

brill@microsoft.com

 

·        Grammar Formalisms VERY MINOR REVISION

STUART M. SHIEBER

Dept. of Computer Science

Harvard University

Maxwell-Dworkin Lab, Room 245

Cambridge, MA  02138

shieber@deas.harvard.edu

 

·       Pragmatics and Discourse MINOR REVISION

C.  RAYMOND PERRAULT

SRI International Offices

United States Headquarters

333 Ravenswood Ave.

Menlo Park, CA 94025-3493

perrault@Sunset.AI.SRI.COM

 

·        Semantics and Knowledge Representation VERY MINOR REVISION     

LENHART K. SCHUBERT

Dept. of Computer Science

University of Rochester

Rochester, NY 14627-0268

schubert@cs.rochester.edu

 

·        Interfaces MAJOR REVISION

BRANIMIR K. BOGURAEV

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

P.O. Box 704

Yorktown Heights                   

New York 10598

bkb@watson.ibm.com

1 fig

 

 

PHILLIP RESNIK

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Maryland

College Park, MD 20742

resnik@umiacs.umd.edu

 

and

 

JUDITH KLAVANS

 

Computational Parsing [=Parsing () VERY MINOR REVISION

STEPHEN G. PULMAN

Computer Laboratory

Cambridge University

Cambridge, UK

sgp@cl.cam.ac.uk

 

NEW (2.75K)

Grammatical Tagging and Parsing new 1K 2 figs ERIC BRILL

Applications YAROWSKI and RESNIK (1K)

Lexical Processing .75

New Figs: 4

 

DELETIONS

Lexical Organization (DANIEL P. FLICKINGER)

 


Discourse

Consulting Editor

DEBORAH SCHIFFRIN

Deborah Schiffrin

Linguistics Department

Georgetown University

Washington, DC  20057-1068

schiffrd@gusun.georgetown.edu

 

Acquisition of Communicative Competence MID-RANGE REVISION

ELINOR OCHS

Department of TESL/Applied Linguistics

Rolfe Hall, Room 3326

University of California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543

ochs@humnet.ucla.edu

 

 

Discourse 

WALLACE CHAFE

Professor of Linguistics

University of California, Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA  93106

chafe@humanities.ucsb.edu

 

 

and

 

DEBORAH SCHIFFRIN

 

·        Narrative: Conversational Narrative MAJOR REVISION

CHARLOTTE LINDE

501 Fox Court West

Redwood City CA 94061

650 367 6278.

clinde@mail.arc.nasa.gov

 

 

·        Discourse and Social Interaction [= Sociolinguistics: Interactional Sociolinguistics MAJOR REVISION

DEBORAH TANNEN

Dept. of Linguistics

Georgetown University

Washington, DC  20057

tannen@guvax.georgetown.edu

 

 

·        Critical DA new 2k

RUTH WODAK SENT         

Institut fUr Sprachwissenschaft (Linguistics Department)

Abteilung Angewandte Sprachwissenschaft (Department of Applied

Linguistics)

University of Vienna

Berggasse 11/1/8

1090 Vienna,

Austria

 

from Oct. 1999-Sept. 2002

Research Professorship

Austrian

Academy of Sciences

Strohgasse 45

A-1030 Wien

AUSTRIA

Ruth.Wodak@oeaw.ac.at

 

·        Conversation Analysis MAJOR REVISION

Don H. Zimmerman

Dept. of Sociology

University of California, Santa Barbara

2715 Ellison Hall

Santa Barbara, CA  93106

zimmerma@sscf.ucsb.edu

 

 

Discourse Markers MID-RANGE REVISION 

DEBORAH SCHIFFRIN

 

Ethnography of Speaking MID-RANGE REVISION

JOEL SHERZER

Dept. of Anthropology and Linguistics

University of Texas, Austin

Austin, TX  78712-1086

jsherzer@mail.utexas.edu

 

and

 

ELIZABETH KEATING

Dept of Anthropology

University of Texas, Austin

Austin, TX 78712

 

Ethnopoetics MID-RANGE REVISION

DELL HYMES

Dept. of Anthropology

University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA 22906-9024

dhh4d@virginia.edu

 

Summer address: Box 224, Rhododendron, Oregon 97049.

(503)-622-3390. [no email there] 5/22/00

 

Information Structure

·        Information Flow MINOR REVISION

WALLACE CHAFE

 

Institutional Linguistics

·        Overview of Institutional DA new 1K

HEIDI HAMILTON

Dept of Linguistics

Georgetown University

Washington DC 20057

 

·        Law and Language (SUSAN U. PHILIPS) MID-RANGE REVISION

SUSAN U. PHILIPS

Department of Anthropology

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ 85721-0028

sphilips@ccit.arizona.edu

 

 

and

 

ELIZABETH MERTZ

American Bar Foundation

750 North Lake Shore Drive

Chicago, IL 60611

eemertz@facstaff.wisc.edu

 

Summer:

3838 Kirk St.

Skokie, IL 60076

 

·        Medicine and Language MID-RANGE REVISION

PAULA A. TREICHLER

808 South Lynn Street

Champaign IL 61820

ptreich@uiuc.edu

 

 

·        Psychotherapy and Language (ROBIN LAKOFF) MID-RANGE REVISION

ROBIN LAKOFF

Professor of Linguistics

University of

California, Berkeley

1203 Dwinelle Hall

Berkekey, CA 94720-2650

rlakoff@socrates.berkeley.edu

 

 

·        Lang and Business new 2K

YULING PAN

3169 Fairbury Lane

Fairfax, VA 22031

 

·        Lang and Media new 2K

COLLEEN COTTER

Dept of Linguistics

Georgetown University

Washington DC 20057

 

Language and Gender [=Sex and Language] MID-RANGE REVISION

SALLY MCCONNELL-GINET

Dept. of Linguistics

Cornell University

227 Morrill Hall

Ithaca, NY 14853

smg9@cornell.edu

 

Ritual Language MID-RANGE REVISION

JOHN W. DU BOIS

Dept. of Linguistics,

University of California, Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA 93106

dubois@humanitas.ucsb.edu

 

 

Scripts, Frames, and Schemas new 1.5K

SUSAN HOYLE

5213 Portsmouth Rd.

Bethesda, MD 20816

hoyle@nlm.nih.gov

 

and

 

BRANCA RIBEIRO

191 Mystic St.

Arlington, MA 02174

brancausa@aol.com

 

Verbal Play MID-RANGE REVISION

JOEL SHERZER

 

NEW (8.5K)

Critical DA 2K

Overview of Institutional DA Hamilton new 1K

Lang and Business Scollon and Scollon new 2K

Lang and Media Cotter new 2K

Scripts, Frames, and Schemas Metzger new 1.5K

 

DELETIONS:

Humor and Language (VICTOR RASKIN

Formulaic Speech (ANDREW PAWLEY)


Formal Grammar

Consulting Editor

DAVID LIGHTFOOT

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Maryland, College Park

College Park, MD 20742

dlight@deans.umd.edu

 

 

Adjunction MINOR REVISION

IAN G. ROBERTS

Institut fuer Linguistik/Anglistik

University of Stuttgart

Keplerstrasse 17

D-70174 Stuttgart

Germany

ian.roberts@po.uni-stuttgart.de

 

 

Anaphora  and Binding  MAJOR REVISION

JOSEPH AOUN

Professor of Linguistics

University of Southern California

University  Park

Los Angeles, CA  90089-1693

aoun@usc.edu

 

 

Case Theory [new 1.5K]

JUAN URIAGEREKA

Dept of Linguistics

U of Maryland

College Park, MD 20742

juan@wam.umd.edu

 

 

Categorial Grammar MID-RANGE REVISION

RICHARD OEHRLE

256 Mansfield Road

Ashford, CT  06278

oehrle@ling.cis.upenn.edu

 

 

C-Command VERY MINOR REVISION

HILDA KOOPMAN

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California

Los Angeles, CA 90024

koopman@protos.lifesci.ucla.edu

 

Clitics: Pronominal Clitics VERY MINOR REVISION

HAGIT BORER

Professor of Linguistics

Univ of Southern California

3601 Watt Way

Los Angeles, CA  90089-1693

borer@usc.edu

 

 

Control  MINOR REVISION

JAMES MCCLOSKEY

Department of Linguistics

University of California, Santa Cruz

1156 High Street

Santa Cruz, CA 95064

mcclosk@ling.ucsc.edu

 

 

Coordination MINOR REVISION

GRANT GOODALL

Dept. of Linguistics,

University of Texas, El Paso

El Paso, TX 79968

ggoodall@utep.edu

 

 

Deletion MINOR REVISION

ANNE LOBECK

Dept. of English and Linguistics

Western Washington University

Bellingham WA 98225-9055

anne.lobeck@wwu.edu

 

 

Ellipsis MINOR REVISION

TANYA REINHART

Department of Linguistics

Tel Aviv University

Ramat Aviv 69978 Tel Aviv

Israel

reinhart@posl.tau.ac.il

 

 

Filters MINOR REVISION

ROBERT FREIDIN

Program in Linguistics

Princeton University

318 East Pyne Building

Princeton, New Jersey 08544

Freidin@Princeton.edu

 

 

Formal Grammar MAJOR REVISION

DAVID LIGHTFOOT

 

Generalized Phrase-Structure Grammar MID-RANGE REVISION

GERALD GAZDAR

School of Cognitive and Computing

Sciences, University of Sussex

Brighton BNI GQN

United Kingdom

geraldg@cogs.susx.ac.uk

 

Grammatical Relations MINOR REVISION

LUIGI BURZIO

Associate Professor of Linguistics and

Cognitive Science

The Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD  21218

burzi@mail.cog.jhu.edu

 

 

Levels of Representation [=old D-structure and S-structure] MID-RANGE REVISION

JAN KOSTER

General Linguistics

University of Groningen

P.O. Box 716

9700 AS Groningen

The Netherlands

koster@let.rug.nl

 

 

Lexical-Functional Grammar MINOR REVISION

ANNIE ZAENEN

Xerox Palto Alto Research Center, Europe

6 Chemin de Maupertuis, 38140

Meylan, France

annie.zaenen@xrce.xerox.com

 

 

and

 

RONALD M. KAPLAN

Xerox Palo Alto Research Center

Xerox Parc

333 Coyote Hill Road

Palo Alto, CA 94304

kaplan@parc.xerox.com

 

 

Lexicon:

STEPHEN R. ANDERSON

Department of Linguistics

Yale University

New Haven, CT  06520

anderson@sapir.ling.yale.edu

 

·        Formal Grammar MID-RANGE REVISION

RICHARD SPROAT

Human/Computer Interface Research

AT&T Labs -- Research, Shannon Laboratory

180 Park Avenue

Room E153

P.O.Box 971

Florham Park, NJ 07932-0000

rws@research.att.com

 

and

 

ROLF NOYER

Department of Linguistics

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA  19104

rnoyer@babel.ling.upenn.edu

 

 

Logical Form [=Grammatical Meaning] MAJOR REVISION

JANE GRIMSHAW

Dept of Linguistics

Rutgers University

New Brunswick, NJ 08903

grimshaw@ruccs.rutgers.edu

 

and

 

Andrew Barss

Department of Linguistics

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ

barss@U.Arizona.EDU

 

Minimalist Program, new 3K

NORBERT HORNSTEIN

Department of Linguistics

University of Maryland

College Park, MD  20742

nh10@umail.umd.edu

 

 

 

Markedness: An Overview MINOR REVISION

MARY-LOUISE KEAN

Cognitive Sciences and Linguistics

School of Social Sciences,

University of California

Irvine, CA 92717

mlkean@uci.edu

 

 

Montague Grammar MINOR REVISION

BARBARA ABBOTT

Department of  Linguistics

Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI  48824

abbottb@pilot.msu.edu

 

Optimality Theory

·        Phonology (moved in)

·        Syntax new 4K

GERALDINE LEGENDRE

Department of Cognitive Science

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD  21218

legendre@cogsci.jhu.edu

 

Parasitic Gaps MINOR REVISION

HELES CONTRERAS

Professor of Linguistics

University of Washington

Seattle, WA  98195

helesc@u.washington.edu

 

 

Phrase Structure  MAJOR REVISION

PETER SELLS

Dept. of Linguistics

Stanford University

Bldg. 460, Room 121

Stanford, CA  94305-2150

sells@csli.stanford.edu

 

Predication MINOR REVISION

GUGLIELMO CINQUE

Professor of Linguistics

Universita diVenezia

Marco 3417, 30124

Venezia, ITALY

cinque@unive.it

 

Principles and Parameters [=Government/Binding Theory] MID-RANGE REVISION

DAVID PESETSKY

Department of Linguistics & Philosophy

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Room E39-245

Cambridge, MA 02139-4307

pesetsk@mit.edu

 

 

Pronouns: Pronominals MINOR REVISION

DOMINIQUE SPORTICHE

Dept. of Linguistics

3125 Campbell

University of California, LA

Los Angeles, CA  90024-1543

sportich@cognet.ucla.edu

 

 

Reanalysis Rules MINOR REVISION

LUIGI RIZZI

Department of Linguistics

Scienze della

Communicazione, Universita' di Siena

53100 Siena, Italy

rizzil@unisi.it

 

 

Stylistic Rules )MINOR REVISION

PETER COOPMANS

Assistant Professor of Theoretical

Linguistics, University of Utrecht

Trans 14

3512 Jk Utrecht

The Netherlands

Coopmans@let.uu.nl

 

 

Subcategorization and Selection VERY MINOR REVISION

JANE GRIMSHAW

 

Subjacency VERY MINOR REVISION

HOWARD LASNIK

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Connecticut

341 Mansfield Road,

Storrs, CT 06269-1145

Lasnik@sp.uconn.edu

 

 

Syntactic Features MID-RANGE REVISION

JINDRICH TOMAN

Dept. of Slavic Languages & Literature

University of Michigan

3040 M1b 1275

Ann Arbor, MI  48109

ptydepe@umich.edu

 

and

Hiroyuki URA

School of Humanities, Dept. of English

Kwansei Gakuin University

Uegahara 1-1-155

Nishinomiya, Hyogo

JAPAN, 662-8501

ura@alum.mit.edu

 

ura@kwansei.ac.jp

 

 

Systemic Grammar VERY MINOR REVISION

J.  R. MARTIN

Dept. of Linguistics

Linguistics F12

University of Sydney

NSW 2006 Australia

jmartin@mail.usyd.edu.au

 

 

Tree-Adjunction Grammar (new 2.5K]

ANTHONY KROCH

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Pennsylvania

618 Williams Hall

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

kroch@change.ling.upenn.edu

 

 

 

Traces MID-RANGE REVISION

HOWARD LASNIK

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Connecticut

341 Mansfield Road,

Storrs, CT 06269-1145

Lasnik@sp.uconn.edu

 

 

Transformations MINOR REVISION

MARK  R. BALTIN

Associate Professor of Linguistics

New  York University

719 Broadway, 5th Floor

New  York,  NY  10003-6860

mb6@is2.nyu.edu

 

 

NEW (11.5K)

Lexicon Overview 500 wds

OT 4K plus graphics

TAG 2.5K plus graphics

Minimalist Program 3K

Case Theory 1.5K

Levels  Rep (MID-RANGE REVISION-MAJOR REVISION revision and add on D-/S- Structure)

 

DELETIONS:

Complementation: 'comp' in Formal Grammar (PAUL GORRELL)

Government (MAMORU SAITO)

Metarules (EWAN KLEIN)

Recoverability (GUGLIELMO CINQUE)

Relational Grammar and Arc Pair Grammar (DAVID M. PERLMUTTER)


Functional Grammar

Consulting Editor

SUZANNE KEMMER   

Dept. of Linguistics, MS 23        

Rice University

P.O. Box 1892

Houston TX 77251-1892

kemmer@rice.edu

 

Adpositions new 500 WDS.

MARTIN HASPELMATH

Max Planck Institute for Evol. Anthropology

Inselstrasse 22

D-04103 Leipzig

Germany

haspelmt@eva.mpg.de

 

Agreement: Overview new 750 wds

GREVILLE G. CORBETT

Professor of Linguistics & Int. Studies

University of Surrey

Guildford, Surrey

GU2 5XH,

England

g.corbett@surrey.ac.uk

 

Case Alignment [=Transitivity and Argument Coding] VERY MINOR REVISION

Mark Durie

Department of Linguistics 

University of Melbourne 

Victoria, 3052 Australia                                 

m.durie@linguistics.unimelb.edu.au

 

Causative MINOR REVISION

BERNARD COMRIE

Dept. of Linguistics

MPI-EVAN

Inselstr 22-26

Leipzig, D04103

Germany

comrie@eva.mpg.de

 

Clause

·        Overview [new] 300 wds

SUZANNE KEMMER

 

·        Clause-Combining Constructions VERY MINOR REVISION

JANINE L. SCANCARELLI             

Folger Levin & Kahn LLP                  

275 Battery Street, 23rd Floor          

San Francisco, CA 94111                                

jscancarelli@flk.com

 

MICHAEL NOONAN   

Dept. of English      

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Milwaukee, WI  53201

noonan@csd.uwm.edu

 

 

Cognitive Grammar, new 750 wds.

MICHAEL ACHARD

Dept. of Linguistics

Rice University

Houston, TX 77251

 

Construction Grammar, new 750 wds.

CHARLES FILLMORE

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California, Berkeley    

1224  Dwinelle Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720-2650

fillmore@icsi.berkeley.edu

 

Functional Linguistics

SANDRA THOMPSON

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California, Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA 0310

sathomps@humanities.ucsb.edu

 

·        Emergent Grammar

o       Discourse: Emergence of Grammar VERY MINOR REVISION

PAUL HOPPER

Department of English  

Baker Hall 259

Carnegie Mellon University

5000 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

ph1u@andrew.cmu.edu

 

o       Representation, new 500 wds

BRIAN MACWHINNEY              

Department of Psychology 

Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh PA 15213

macw@cmu.edu

 

JOHN HAIMAN     

Macalester College      

1600 Grand Avenue                         

St. Paul, MN 55105

(651) 696-60

haiman@macalester.edu

 

·        Usage-Based Grammar, new 500 wds.

SUZANNE KEMMER

 

Negation VERY MINOR REVISION

JOHN R. PAYNE       

Department of Linguistics 

University of Manchester

Manchester M13 9PL

U.K.

john.payne@man.ac.uk

 

Objects, new 500 wds.

 

 

Parts of Speech VERY MINOR REVISION

PAUL SCHACHTER

431 West Rustic Road

Santa Monica, CA 90402

paulscha@humnet.ucla.edu

         

Predicate Nominals  and Adjectives VERY MINOR REVISION

ALAN TIMBERLAKE             

Dept. of Slavic Languages & Literature  

University of California, Berkeley    

6104 Dwinelle Hall

Berkeley, CA  94720-2979

timber@socrates.berkeley.edu

 

and

 

JOHANNA NICHOLS   

Slavic Languages and Literatures 

University of California, Berkeley

6303 Dwinelle Hall #2979

Berkeley, CA  94720-2979

johanna@uclink.berkeley.edu

 

Questions VERY MINOR REVISION

EDITH A. MORAVCSIK

Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics 

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 

Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413

edith@uwm.edu

 

Relative Clauses [=Relativization] VERY MINOR REVISION

CHRISTIAN LEHMANN

Philosophische Fakultät     

Universitat Postf. 307

D-99006 Erfurt

Germany

Christian.Lehmann@uni-erfurt.de

 

Subjects, new 500 wds

FRANS PLANK

Universität Konstanz                      

G 122

D-78457 Konstanz

Germany

frans.plank@uni-konstanz.de

 

Tense, Aspect, and Mood VERY MINOR REVISION JOAN L. BYBEE

JOAN BYBEE

Dept. of Linguistics

University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM 87131

jbybee@unm.edu

 

Transitivity and Voice

·        Overview, new 1K

SUZANNE KEMMER

 

·        Passive, new 750 wds

MASAYOSHI SHIBATANI

Linguistics

Kobe University

1-1 Rokkodai-cho            

Nada-ku                                                     

Kobe  657-8501

JAPAN

matt@kobe-u.ac.jp

 

Typology and Universals, new 4K

SUZANNE KEMMER

 

Word Grammar, new 500 wds

RICHARD HUDSON

Phonetics and Linguistics

University College London

Gower Street, London WC1E  6BT                   

England

dick@ling.ucl.ac.uk

 

Word Order VERY MINOR REVISION

MATTHEW DRYER

Dept. of Linguistics 

State University of New York, Buffalo

Buffalo, NY  14260-0001

dryer@acsu.buffalo.edu

 

Until Mid August 2000

Lorneville

RR2 Amherst

Nova Scotia B4H 3X9

Canada

 

DELETIONS: NONE

 

NEW ARTICLES (11.3 K)

Agreement overview.75

Clause Overview 300 wds

Cognitive Grammar .75

Construction Grammar .75

Representation/Emergence .5

Usage Based Grammar .5

Objects .5

Preps and Post .5

Subject .5

Word Grammar .5

Typology and Universals 4K

Transitivity and Voice

·        Overview 1K

·        Passive .75


Historical Linguistics

Consulting Editors

HENRY HOENIGSWALD

908 Westdale Avenue

Swarthmore PA 19081-1804

henryh@babel.ling.upenn.edu

 

and

 

SARA  E.KIMBALL

Department of English

University of Texas at Austin

Austin, TX 78712

skimball@uts.cc.utexas.edu

 

 

Analogy MID-RANGE REVISION

PAUL KIPARSKY

Linguistics Department

Margaret Jacks Hall, Building 460

Stanford University

Stanford CA 94305-2150

kiparsky@csli.stanford.edu

 

 

Areal Linguistics  MINOR REVISION

COLIN P. MASICA

18471 Studenberg Road

Boscobel, WI 53805-9220

c-masica@uchicago.edu or dacotah@mwt.net

 

Borrowing: An Overview 2K

EINAR HAUGEN (deceased)

 

and

 

MARIANNE MITHUN

Department of Linguistics UCSB  

South Hall 3512

University of California

Santa Barbara CA 93106

mithun@humanitas.ucsb.edu

 

Comparative Method MID-RANGE REVISION

SARA E. KIMBALL

 

Dialectology MID-RANGE REVISION

W.  NELSON FRANCIS

PO Box 1978 

Brown University 

Providence RI  02912

W_Francis@Brown.edu

 

Etymology VERY MINOR REVISION

ERIC P. HAMP

5200 S Greenwood 

Chicago IL 60615

 

Grammaticalization MID-RANGE REVISION

PAUL J. HOPPER

Dept. of English

Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh PA 15213

hopper@cmu.edu

 

 

Historical Linguistics

·        Overview, new 750 wds

SARA E. KIMBALL

 

·        Classification by “Descent”[= Genetic Classification] MINOR REVISION

M. E. KROPP DAKUBU

Professor of Linguistics and Director

Language Centre, University of Ghana

Legon, Accra, Ghana

medakubu@ug.edu.gh

 

ANNA MORPURGO DAVIES

Professor of Comparative Philology

Oxford University

Somerville  College 

OX2 6HD

Oxford, England

anna.davies@some.ox.ac.uk

 

 

·        Methods

o       Mathematical [=Mathematical Concepts MINOR REVISION

SHEILA EMBLETON

Dept. of Linguistics

York University

Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3

embleton@yorku.ca

 

o       Computational, new 1K

DONALD RINGE

Department of Linguistics

University of Pennsylvania

619 Williams Hall

36th and Spruce Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

dringe@unagi.cis.upenn.edu

 

o       Textual, new 1K

SARA E. KIMBALL

 

·        Obsolescence, Neologism, and Replacement MINOR REVISION

HENRY HOENIGSWALD

 

·         Typology and Universals MID-RANGE REVISION

PAUL J. HOPPER

 

Language Change

·        Sociohistorical Causes, new 1K

REX WALLACE

Classics Department.

520 Herter

5-5779

University of Massachusetts

Amherst, Massachusetts, 01003.

rwallace@classics.umass.edu

 

·        Ancestry and Descent MINOR REVISION

HENRY HOENIGSWALD

 

THEODORA BYNON

Lippits End

Mott Street

High Beach

Loughton

Essex, 1D10 4AP

UK

 

·        Semantic and Lexical Change, new 2K

FRED HOUSEHOLDER (deceased)

 

and

 

ELIZABETH TRAUGOTT

Linguistics Department

Stanford University

Stanford CA 94305

traugott@csli.stanford.edu

 

·        Syntactic Change MINOR REVISION

ANTHONY KROCH

University of Pennsylvania

Department of Linguistics

36th and Spruce St.

619 Williams Hall

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305 

kroch@change.ling.upenn.edu

 

Pidgins and Creoles

JOHN RICKFORD

Linguistics Department

Stanford University

Stanford CA 94305

rickford@csli.stanford.edu

 

Reconstruction

·        Internal Reconstruction MID-RANGE REVISION

ROGER LASS

7, Birkenhead Road

Deep River 7100

 South Africa

lass@iafrica.com

 

·        Semantic Reconstruction MID-RANGE REVISION

PAUL FRIEDRICH

Emeritus Professor of Anthropology

University of Chicago

1126 E. 59th Street

Chicago, IL 60637-1539

 

·        Stylistic Reconstruction MINOR REVISION

CALVERT WATKINS

Department of Linguistics

Harvard University

Boylston Hall, Room 305

Cambridge, MA 02138

watkins@fas.harvard.edu

 

·        Syntactic Reconstruction MINOR REVISION

GARY B. HOLLAND

Department of Linguistics

1203 Dwinelle Hall

University of California at Berkeley

Berkeley, CA 94720-2650

gholland@socrates.berkeley.edu

 

 

DELETIONS:

Causation in Language Change (HANS HENRICH HOCK)

 

NEW: (7.75K)

Borrowing, add on w/Mithun 2k

Overview 750 wds

Computational Methods 1K

Textual Methods 1K

Sociohistorical, add ons w Romaine, 1K

Semantic and Lex Change, add ons w Traugott 2K


History of Linguistics

Consulting Editor:

 

ANNA MORPURGO DAVIES

Professor of Comparative Philology

Oxford University

Somerville College 

OX2 6HD

Oxford, England

anna.davies@some.ox.ac.uk

 

 

Biographical articles:

Bloomfield, Leonard VERY MINOR REVISION

ROBERT A. HALL, JR. (deceased]

 

and

 

JOHN FOUGHT

 

 

Bopp, Franz

K. M. HAYWARD VERY MINOR REVISION

SOAS (deceased, Anna to revise)

University of London

Thornhaugh Street

Russell Square

London WC1H OXG

UK

kh3@soas.ac.uk

 

 

Grimm, Jakob VERY MINOR REVISION

K.M. HAYWARD(deceased, Anna to revise)

 

Humboldt, Wilhelm von VERY MINOR REVISION

PAUL R. SWEET

Dept. of History

Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI  48824-1027

 

and 

 

Kurt Mueller-Vollmer

Stanford University

BLDG 240- RM 242A

Stanford, CA  94305-2030

 

Jakobson, Roman  VERY MINOR REVISION

MORRIS HALLE

Professor of Linguistics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Department of Linguistics and Philosophy

E39-245 77 Massachusetts Avenue

Cambridge, MA 02139

halle@mit.edu

 

Jones, Sir William VERY MINOR REVISION

GARLAND CANNON

Professor of English and Linguistics

Texas A&M University

Dept. of  English

College Station, TX  77843

g-cannon3@tamu.edu

 

Pott, August Friedrich VERY MINOR REVISION

THEODORA BYNON

Lippitt's End

Mott Street

High Beech

Loughton

IG10 4 AP

UK

 

Sapir, Edward  MINOR REVISION

FRED EGGAN (deceased)

Harold H. Swift Distinguished Service

Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus,

University of Chicago

1010 East 59th Street

Chicago, IL 60637

 

AND

 

JOHN FOUGHT

 

Schleicher, August VERY MINOR REVISION

THEODORA BYNON

 

Saussure, new 750 WDS.

GIULIO LEPSCHY

 

Wallis, John VERY MINOR REVISION

J. ALAN KEMP

Rose Cottage

Middlemains

Pencaitland

East Lothian

EH34 5DU

Scotland

ja.kemp@witch.net

 

 

Whorf, Benjamin Lee MID-RANGE REVISION

JOHN B. CARROLL

409 N. Elliott Road

Chapel Hill, NC 27514-7628

jbcarrol@email.unc.edu

 

ANNA MORPURGO DAVIES

Semi-blind entries (40-50 wds. each):

Panini

Plato

Aristotle

Stoics

Chrysippus

Diogenes of Babylonia

Dionysius Thrax

Apollonius Dyscolus

Priscian

Donatus

Modistae

Sanctius

Scaliger

Port Royal

James Harris

Sir William Jones

Rasmus Rask

Neogrammarians

Paul

Baudouin de Courtenay

Brugmann

Whitney

Boas

Buehler

Peirce

Gillieron

Jespersen

Passy

Schuchardt

Sweet

Jones

Prague School

Trubetzkoy

Meillet

Hjemslev

Firth

Jakobson

Benveniste

Austin

Grice

Zellig Harris

Martinet

Robins(?)

(plus other purely blind entries to relevant ideas and theories and movements: Zipf’s Law: See Statistical Linguistics]

Add: Pike, Bakhtin, Martinet, Vygotsky

Other articles:

History of Linguistics

o       An Overview MID-RANGE REVISION

PIERRE SWIGGERS

Director, International Center for Dialectology

Fac. Letteren

K.U. Leuven

Blijde Inkomstraat 21

B-3000 Leuven BELGIUM

pierre.swiggers@arts.kuleuven.ac.be

 

 

·        Ancient World

o       Babylonian Grammatical Tradition VERY MINOR REVISION

PIOTR MICHALOWSKI

51 S 4th Avenue

Ann Arbor, MI 48104

piotrm@umich.edu

 

o       Ancient India

ROSANE ROCHER VERY MINOR REVISION

Department of South Asia Regional Studies

809 Williams Hall

36th and Spruce Streets

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

rrocher@mail.sas.upenn.edu

 

 

o       Ancient Greece and Rome MINOR REVISION

R.H. ROBINS [deceased]

and

PETER MATTHEWS

St. John's College

Cambridge CB2 1TP

UK

 

 

·        Eastern Traditions

 

o       Arab Grammatical Tradition, new 1.5K

KEES VERSTEEGH

 Institute of Middle Eastern Studies

University of Nijmegen

Erasmusplein 1

NL-6500 HD Nijmegen

The Netherlands

Also Rosanna Sornicola's adress:

.

 

o       Hebrew/Jewish Grammatical Tradition, new 1.5K

RAPHAEL LOEWE

50 Gurney Drive

London N2 0DE

England

 

o       Chinese Grammatical Tradition, new 1.5K

GORAN MALMQVIST

Department of Chinese Studies

Institute for Oriental Languages

University of Stockholm

S  106 91 Stockholm

Sweden

 

 

o       Japanese Grammatical Tradition, new 1.5K

ROY ANDREW MILLER

Department of Asian Languages and Literature

University of Washington

Seattle WA 98195

 

·        Western Traditions

o       Early Middle Ages MINOR REVISION

VIVIEN LAW

University Lecturer in the History of Linguistics

Trinity College

University of Cambridge

Cambridge, U.K. CB2 ITQ

val1001@cus.cam.ac.uk

 

o       Medieval Scholastic Grammar VERY MINOR REVISION

MICHAEL A. COVINGTON

AI Center

University of Georgia

Athens, GA 30602-7415

mc@ai.uga.edu

 

o       The Renaissance MINOR REVISION

W.  KEITH PERCIVAL

3815 N. E. 89th Street

Seattle, WA 98115-3742

percival@u.washington.edu

 

o       Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Europe MID-RANGE REVISION

PIERRE SWIGGERS

 

o       Comparative-Historical Linguistics MINOR REVISION

ANNA MORPURGO DAVIES

Professor of Comparative Philology

Oxford University

Somerville College 

OX2 6HD

Oxford, England

anna.davies@some.ox.ac.uk

 

o       Structuralism (=Early Structuralism) MINOR REVISION

GIULIO LEPSCHY

335 Latymer Ct.

Hammersmith Rd.

London W6 7LH

England

g.lepschy@ucl.ac.uk

 

§         The Prague School MID-RANGE REVISION

JOSEF VACHEK [deceased]

 

and

 

PROF. ROSANNA SORNICOLA

Dipartimento di Filologia Moderna

Universita' Federico II

Via Porta di Massa 1

I-80133 Napoli

Italy

Sornicol@unina.it

 

 

§         The London School LEAVE ALMOST AS IS WITH EDITORIAL CHANGES by Anna Morpurgo Davies SENT

EUGNIE HENDERSON and R. H. ROBINS [both deceased]

 

§         American Structuralism MINOR REVISION

JOHN G. FOUGHT

604 Looking Glass Drive

Diamond Bar, CA 91765

jgfought@earthlink.net

 

 

o       Modern Theories (list)

 

 

Generative Grammar MINOR REVISION

FREDERICK J. NEWMEYER

Department of Linguistics

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195-4340

fjn@u.washington.edu

 

Stratificational Grammar VERY MINOR REVISION

DAVID C. BENNETT

Senior Lecturer in Linguistics

School of Oriental and African Studies

University of London

Thornaugh St.

Russell Square

London WCIH OXG

United Kingdom

db@soas.ac.uk

 

  Tagmemics VERY MINOR REVISION

KENNETH L. PIKE

Summer Institute of Linguistics

7500 W. Camp Wisdom Road

Dallas, TX   75236-5699

ken.pike@sil.org

 

New Articles: 8.75K

43 semi-blind 2K

Arab 1.5

Hebrew/Jewish 1.5

Chinese 1.5

Japanese 1.5

Saussure .75K
Languages of the world

Consulting Editor

BERNARD COMRIE

Professor of Linguistics

MPI-EVAN

Inselstr 22-26

Leipzig, D04103

Germany

comrie@eva.mpg.de

 

(Non-authored articles are short entries by Comrie and Grimses)

Adamawa Languages

 

Adamawa-Ubangi Languages

 

 

Adelbert Range Languages

 

Admiralty Islands Languages

 

African Languages MINOR REVISION

 

BERND HEINE

Institut for Afrikanistik

Universitdt zu Koln

D 5000 Koln 41

Germany

 

Afro-Asiatic Languages  MINOR REVISION

 

ANDRZEJ ZABORSKI

PL 34-130 Kalwaria Zabrzydowska

M. Zebrzydowskiego 1

Poland

 

Temporary mailing address from 23 Oct 00:

Professorenhaus

Wittichweg 31

D-55099 Mainz

Germany

zaborski@vela.filg.uj.edu.pl

 

 

Akkadian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

GIORGIO BUCCELLATI

Professor of Near Eastern Studies

University of California

Los Angeles, CA  90024-1543

buccella@ucla.edu

 

Alacalufan Languages

 

Albanian (see Hamp’s Pergamon article for new things on this)

 

Algic Languages

 

Algonkian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

IVES GODDARD

Curator, Department of Anthropology,

Smithsonian Institution

NHB Rm. 85, MRC 100

Washington, D.C. 20560

goddard.ives@nmnh.si.edu

 

Altaic Languages NEW (1 MAP, 1 FIG)

STEFAN GEORG

Heerstrasse 7

D-53111 Bonn

Germany

Georg@home.ivm.de

 

Amharic VERY MINOR REVISION

 

M. LIONEL BENDER

Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus

Southern Illinois University

Edwardsville, IL 62026

 

Amto-Musan Languages

 

American Sign Language NEW 1K 3 FIGS

SHERMAN WILCOX

Department of Linguistics

Humanities 526

University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM  87131-1196

wilcox@unm.edu

 

Anatolian Languages

 

Andamanese Languages

 

Angan Languages

 

Apo Duat Languages

 

Arabic VERY MINOR REVISION

 

WOLFDIETRICH FISCHER

Vogelherd 89

D-91058 Erlangen

Germany

 

Aramaic VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ROBERT D. HOBERMAN

Department of Linguistics

State University of New York at Stony Brook

Stony Brook, NY 11794-4376

rdhoberman@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

 

Arandic Languages

 

Araucanian Languages

 

Arawakan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DESMOND C. DERBYSHIRE

Lecturer in Linguistics

Summer Institute of Linguistics

7500 West Camp Wisdom Road

Dallas, TX 75236

DES_derbyshire@sil.org

 

56 Furze Hill Road

Headley Down

Bordon GU35 8HA

England

 

Armenian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JOHN A. C. GREPPIN

Professor of Linguistics

Cleveland State University

Cleveland, OH 44115

j.greppin@csuohio.edu

 

Arutani-Sape Languages

 

Aslian Languages

 

Athabaskan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

EUNG-DO COOK

1398 Rose Ann Dr.

Nanimo, BC

Canada  V9T 3Z3

cooked@telus.net

 

 

Atlantic Languages

 

Australian Languages MAJOR REVISION

 

R.M.W. DIXON

Research Centre for Linguistic Typology

Institute of Advanced Study

La Trobe University

Bundoora  Victoria  3083

Australia

 

Austro-Asiatic Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

GERARD DIFFLOTH

446 / 9 Kaew Voravuth Rd , Nongkhai Nongkhai 43000

Thailand

diffloth@odon.ksc.co.th

gdiffloth@hotmail.com

 

and

 

NORMAN ZIDE

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Chicago

1010 East 59th Street

Chicago, IL  60637

 

Austronesian Languages  VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ROSS CLARK

Senior Lecturer in Linguistics

University of Auckland

Department of Anthropology

Private Bag, Auckland, New Zealand

r.clark@auckland.ac.nz

 

Awera Languages

 

Bali-Sasak Languages

 

Balkan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

BRIAN D. JOSEPH

Dept. of Linguistics

Ohio State University

1841 Millikin Road

Columbus, OH 43210-1229

bjoseph@ling.ohio-state.edu

 

Baltic Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JULES F. LEVIN

Dept. of Russian

University of California, Riverside

900 University Avenue

Riverside, CA 92521

jules.levin@ucr.edu

ameliede@earthlink.net

 

Bambara-Mandinka-Malinke

CHRISTOPHER CULY (U OF IOWA)

2513 Nedson Court

Mountain View, CA 94043

cculy@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu

culy@ai.sri.com

 

Bantoid Languages

 

Bantu Languages MID-RANGE REVISION

 

BENJI WALD 

Department of Linguistics

University of California, Los Angeles

405 Hilgard Avenue

Los Angeles, CA  90024-1543

bwald@humnet.ucla.edu

 

Baric Languages

 

Barito Languages

 

Bashiic-Central Luzon-North Mindoro Languages

 

Basque VERY MINOR REVISION

 

RUDOLF P. G. DE RIJK

Linguistics

University of Leiden

Rapenburg 70

2300 RA Leiden

The Netherlands

RDERIJK@RULLET.leidenuniv.nl

 

Beboid Languages

 

Bengali VERY MINOR REVISION

 

M. H. KLAIMAN

Honorary Fellow in Linguistics

University of Minnesota

1653 Frost AV.

Maplewood, MN 55109

 

Benue-Congo Languages

 

Berber Languages NEW 1K PLUS 1 MAP

MAARTEN KOSSMANN

Jan Luijkenlaan 312

NL-2332 DH Leiden

The Netherlands

maarten.kossmann@web.de

 

 

Berta Languages

 

Bima-Sumba Languages

 

 

Biu-Mandara Languages

 

Bodic Languages

 

Bodish Languages

 

Bodo-Garo Languages

 

Borneo Languages

 

Bougainville Languages

 

Bulgarian  VERY MINOR REVISION

 

HOWARD I. ARONSON

Professor of Slavic Linguistics

University of  Chicago

1010 East 59th Street

Chicago, IL 60637     

hia5@midway.uchicago.edu

 

Bunaban Languages

 

Bungku-Mori Languages

 

Buraffan Languages

 

Burmese VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JULIAN K. WHEATLEY

Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literature

MIT

14N-324

Cambridge, MA  02139

wheatley@mit.edu

 

Burmese-Lolo Languages

 

Caddoan Languages

 

Cahuapanan Languages

 

Cariban Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

B. J. HOFF

Lecturer in Linguistics

Universiteit Leiden

Algemene Taalwetenschap

Postbus 9515

2300 RA Leiden

The Netherlands

 

Caucasian LanguagesVERY MINOR REVISION

 

B. G. HEWITT

Dept of NME, SOAS

Thornhaugh St.

Russell Sq.

London WC1H 0XG

England

GH2@soas.ac.uk

 

 

Celtic Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DONALD MACAULAY

7 Ledcameroch Park

Bearsden

Glasgow  G61 4AT

Scotland

Donald.Macaulay@btinternet.com

 

 

 

Central American Languages

 

Central and South New Guinean Languages

 

Central Gur Languages

 

Central Indo-Aryan Languages

 

Central Malayo-Polynesian Languages

 

Central Maluku Languages

 

Central Philippine Languages

 

Central Sudanic Languages

 

Central Sulawesi Languages

 

Chadic Languages  MINOR REVISION

 

PAUL NEWMAN

Department of Linguistics

Indiana University

Memorial Hall 322

Bloomington, IN 47405

pnxxpn@indiana.edu

 

Chapacura Languages

 

Chibchan Languages

 

Chimakuan Languages

 

Chinantecan Languages

 

Chinese MINOR REVISION

 

CHARLES N. LI

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California, Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA 93106

li@graddiv.ucsb.edu

 

Choiseul Languages

 

Chon Languages

 

Chukotko-Kamchatkan Languages

 

Coahuiltecan Languages

 

Cross River Languages

 

Cushitic Languages MINOR REVISION

 

HANS-JURGEN SASSE

Institut fur Sprachwissenschaft

Universitat zu Koln

D-50923 Koln

Germany

hj.sasse@uni-koeln.de

 

Czech and Slovak VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DAVID SHORT

7 Kingsfield

Windsor

Berks   SL4 5RH

England

d-short@ssees.ac.uk

DavidaLiba@aol.com

 

 

Daly Languages

 

Dani-Kwerba Languages

 

Defoid Languages

 

Djamindjungan Languages

 

Dieragan Languages

 

Dravidian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

BHADRIRAJU KRISlHNAMURTI

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

75 Alta Road

Stanford, CA 94305-8090

bhk@casbs.stanford.edu

 

 

Dutch VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JAN G. KOOIJ

Dept. of Linguistics

Universiteit Leiden

Leiden

The Netherlands

 

East Bird's Head Languages

 

East Central Indo-Aryan Languages

 

East Central Sulawesi Languages

 

East Chadic Languages

 

East Indo-Aryan Languages

 

East Malayo-Polynesian Languages

 

East Mon-Khmer Languages

 

East New Guinea Highlands Languages

 

East Papuan Languages

 

East Sudanic Languages

 

East Trans-New Guinea Languages

 

Edoid Languages

 

Egyptian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ANTONIO LOPRIENO

Aegyptologisches Seminar

Universitdt Basel

Schvnbeinstrasse 20

CH-4056 Basel

a.loprieno@unibas.ch

 

 

Ekoid Languages

 

Elamite MINOR REVISION

 

ERICA REINER

The University of Chicago

Oriental Institute

1155 East 58th Street

Chicago, IL 60637

e-reiner@uchicago.edu

 

Eleman Languages

 

English VERY MINOR REVISION

 

EDWARD FINEGAN

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA  90089-1693

finegan@usc.edu

 

Eskimo-Aleut Languages  VERY MINOR REVISION

 

LAWRENCE D. KAPLAN

Associate Professor of Linguistics

University of Alaska

Alaska Native Language Center

P.O. Box 900111

Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-0120

ffldk@uaf.edu

 

Finnish VERY MINOR REVISION

 

FRED KARLSSON

Professor of General Linguistics

Heisingin Yliopisto/Helsingfors Universitet

Hallituskatu 11-13

SF-00100 Helsinki 10, Finland

fkarlsso@ling.helsinki.fi

 

Formosan Languages

 

French VERY MINOR REVISION

 

MARTIN HARRIS

Vice Chancellor

University of Essex

Wivenhoe Park

Colchester Co4 35Q

 

Fula VERY MINOR REVISION

 

D. W. ARNOTT

13 Masham Road

Bedale.

North Yorkshire  DL8 2AF

Great Britain

 

Fur Languages

 

Geelvink Bay Languages

 

GeorgianVERY MINOR REVISION

 

ALICE C. HARRIS

Professor of Linguistics

Vanderbilt University

Box 37, Station B

Nashville, TN 37235 U.S.A.

harrisac@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu

 

German VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JOHN A. HAWKINS

Professor of Linguistics

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693, U.S.A.

Hawkins@mizar.usc.edu

 

Germanic Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ALBERT L. LLOYD

Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Germanic Philology

Department of Germanic Languages

University of Pennsylvania

739 Williams Hall

Philadelphia, PA 19104

alloyd@sas.upenn.edu

 

 

Gogodala-Suki Languages

 

Greek VERY MINOR REVISION

 

BRIAN D. JOSEPH

 

Guaranian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ROBERT A. DOOLEY

Caixa Postal 96

85301-970 Laranjeiras do Sul, PR

Brazil

bob-kathie_dooley@sil.org

 

 

GujaratiVERY MINOR REVISION

 

P. J. MSTRY

Department of Linguistics

California State University, Fresno

Fresno, CA  93740

pj_mistry@csufresno.edu

 

Gulf Languages

 

Gunwingguan Languages

 

Gur Languages

 

Hausa MINOR REVISION

 

PAUL NEWMAN

 

Hebrew, Ancient VERY MINOR REVISION

 

RICHARD C. STEINER

Dept. of Languages and Literature

Bernard Revel Graduate School

Yeshiva University

500 West 18th Street

New York, NY  10033-3201

rsteiner@ymail.yu.edu

 

Hebrew, Modem VERY MINOR REVISION

 

RUTH A. BERMAN

Professor of Linguistics

Tel Aviv University

P.O. Box 39040

Tel Aviv 69978

ISRAEL

rberman@ccsg.tau.ac.il

 

Berman through Dec

Laboratorie Dynamique du Langage,

Universite Lumiere -- Lyon 2,

Maison Rhone-Alpes des Sciences Humaines, 14

14, Avenue Berthelot

69363  Lyon

France

 

Hindi VERY MINOR REVISION

 

YAMUNA KACHRU

Professor of Linguistics and English,

University of Illinois, Urbana-Chainpaign

4088 Foreign Languages Building

707 South Mathews Ave.

Urbana, IL 61801

ykachru@staff.uiuc.edu

 

Hittite VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JAAN PUHVEL

Department of Indo-European Studies

University of California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543

jpuhvel@ucla.edu

 

 

Hmong-Mien Languages

 

Hokan Languages

 

Hungarian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DANIEL ABONDOLO

Dept. of  Language & Literature

School of Slavonic & East European Studies

University of London

Senate House

Malet St.

London, WC1E 7HU England

ye99@dial.pipex.com

 

Huon-Finisterre Languages

 

Hurrian and Urartian MINOR REVISION

 

GENE GRAGG

University of Chicago

Oriental Institute 1155 E 58 St.

Chicago, IL 60637

g-gragg@uchicago.edu

 

Idomoid Languages

 

Igbo VERY MINOR REVISION

 

KAY WILLIAMSON

Linguistics and African Languages

University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

P.M.B. 5303 Port Harcourt

Rivers State, Nigeria

KWmson@aol.com

 

and

 

NOLUE EMENANJO

Professor of Linguistics & African Language

University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

P.M.B. 5323 Port Harcourt

Rivers State, Nigeria

 

Igboid Languages

 

Ijoid Languages

 

Indo-Aryan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

GEORGE CARDONA

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Pennsylvania

Room 619 Williams Hall

Philadelphia, PA  19104-6305

cardona@unagi.cis.upenn.edu

cardonagj@earthlink.net

 

Indo-European Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

CALVERT WATKINS

Linguistics Department

Harvard University

Boylston 314

Cambridge, MA  02138

watkins@fas.harvard.edu

 

Indo-Iranian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

GEORGE CARDONA

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Pennsylvania

Room 619 Williams Hall

Philadelphia, PA  19104-6305

cardona@unagi.cis.upenn.edu

 

Inland Gulf Languages

 

Iranian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JOHN R. PAYNE

Department of Linguistics

University of Manchester

Manchester M13 9PL

U.K.

john.payne@man.ac.uk

 

Iroquoian Languages MINOR REVISION

 

MARIANNE MITHUN

Department of Linguistics

University of California, Santa Barbara

Room 3512, South Hall

Santa Barbara, CA 93106

mithun@humanitas.ucsb.edu

 

Italian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

NIGEL VINCENT

Department of Linguistics

University of Manchester

Manchester M13 9PL

U.K.

nigel.vincent@man.ac.uk

 

Italic VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ROBERT COLEMAN

Professor of Comparative Philology

University of Cambridge

Sidgwick Avenue

Cambridge, CB3 9DA   UK

 

lwaidjan Languages

 

Japanese VERY MINOR REVISION

 

MASAYOSHI SHIBATANI

Linguistics

Kobe University

1-1 Rokkodai-cho

Nada-ku

Kobe  657-8501

JAPAN

matt@kobe-u.ac.jp

 

Jaqi Languages

 

Jarawan Languages

 

Javanese VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ELINOR C. HORNE

Professor Emeritus of English

Dartmouth College

Hanover, NH 03755

 

Javanese Languages

 

Jivaroan Languages

 

Kadai Languages

 

Kaili-Pamona Languages

 

Kainji Languages

 

Kalamian Languages

 

Kam-Sui Languages

 

Kannada VERY MINOR REVISION

 

HARIOLD SCHIFFMAN

Dept. of South Asian Regional Studies

University of Pennsylvania

804 Williams Hall

Philadelphia, PA  19104-6305

haroldfs@ccat.sas.upenn.edu

 

Karen Languages

 

Karnic Languages

 

Katukinan Languages

 

Kaure Languages

 

 

Kayagar Languages

 

Kayan-Kenyah Languages

 

Keresan Languages

 

Khmer MINOR REVISION

 

GERARD DIFFLOTH

446 / 9 Kaew Voravuth Rd.

NONGKHAI, 42000

Thailand

gdiffloth@hotmail.com

 

Khoisan Languages NEW 1K 1 MAP

TOM GUELDEMANN

Stubbenkammerstr. 9

10437 Berlin

Germany

gueldema@rz.uni-leipzig.de

 

 

 

 

Kiowa-Tanoan Languages

 

Kiranti Languages

 

Kolopom Languages

 

Komuz Languages

 

Konyak Languages

 

Kordofanian Languages

 

Korean VERY MINOR REVISION

 

NAM-KIL Kim

Associate Professor of East Asian Languages & Cultures,

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA 90089-0357

nkim@usc.edu

 

Kru Languages

 

Kuki-Chin Languages

 

Kuliak Languages

 

Kurdish VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ERNEST MCCARUS

Near Eastern Studies

University of Michigan

2097 Frieze Building

105 S. State Street

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285

enm@umich.edu

 

Kutubuan Languages

 

Kwa Languages

 

Kwomtari-Baibai Languages

 

Lampungic Languages

 

Land Dayak Languages

 

Languages of the World MAJOR REVISION

 

BERNARD COMRIE

 

Laragiyan Languages

 

Latin VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ROBERT G. G. COLEMAN

Professor of Comparative Philology

University of Cambridge

Sidgwick Avenue

Cambridge, CB3 9DA   UK

 

Left May Languages

 

Lingala NEW 1K

SALIKOKO MUFWENE

University of Chicago

Department of Linguistics

1010 East 59th Street

Chicago, IL 60637

s-mufwene@uchicago.edu

 

Loyalty Islands Languages

 

Lule-Vilela Languages

 

Maban Languages

 

Macro-Ge Languages

 

Madang Languages

 

Mairasi-Tanahmerah Languages

 

Makd Languages

 

Malay and Indonesian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

D.J. PRENTICE (deceased)

 

and

 

JAMES SNEDDON

ASN 0.23

Languages and Linguistics

Griffith University

Kessels Rd, QLD 4111

Australia

J.Sneddon@mailbox.gu.edu.au

 

 

 

MalayalamVERY MINOR REVISION

 

K. P. MOHANAN

National University of Singapore

10 Kent Ridge Crescent

Singapore 119260

ellkpmoh@nus.sg

 

Malayic Languages

 

Malayo-Polynesian Languages

 

Mam.fe Languages

 

 

Mande Languages

 

Mangeffian Languages

 

Maran Languages

 

Marathi VERY MINOR REVISION

 

RAJESHWARI VUAY PANDHARIPANDE

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

4088 Foreign Language Building

707 South Mathews Avenue, MC-168

Urbana, IL 61801

raj-pan@uiuc.edu

 

Maric Languages

 

Marind Languages

 

Markham Languages

 

Masa Languages

 

Mascoian Languages

 

Mataco-Guaycuru Languages

 

Mayan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

LYLE CAMPBELL

Professor of Anthropology

Linguistics Department

Univ of Canterbury

Private Bag 4800

Christchurch,  New Zealand

l.campbell@ling.canterbury.ac.nz

 

Mek Languages

 

Meso-American Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

LYLE CAMPBELL

 

Micronesian Languages

 

Mikir-Meithei Languages

 

Milne Bay-Central Province Languages

 

Mirish Languages

 

Misumalpan Languages

 

Mixe-Zoquean Languages

 

Mixtecan Languages

 

Mongolic Languages (=Mongolian Languages MINOR REVISION

 

ROBERT L. BINNICK

Professor of Linguistics

Scarborough College

University of Toronto

Toronto, ON Canada M5S 1A1

binnick@lake.scar.utoronto.ca

 

Mongodow-Gorontalic Languages

 

Muna-Buton Languages

 

Munda Languages

 

Muskogean Languages

 

Na-Dene Languages

 

Naga Languages

 

Nahuatl  VERY MINOR REVISION

 

FRANCES KARTTUNEN

67 N. Centre Street

Nantucket, MA 02554

karttu@nantucket.net

 

Nambiquaran Languages

 

Narrow Bantu (groups 'A' through 'S')

 

Nepali VERY MINOR REVISION

 

MANINDRA K. VERMA

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Wisconsin

1220 Linden Drive

Madison, WI  53706

verma@macc.wisc.edu

 

New Britain Languages

 

New Caledonia Languages

 

New Georgia Languages

 

New Guinea Languages MAJOR REVISION (plus new map)

 

WILLIAM A. FOLEY

Department of Linguistics

University of Sydney

Sydney

NSW 2006

Australia                           

William.foley@linguistics.usyd.edu.au

 

New Ireland-Tolai Languages

 

Nicobarese Languages

 

Niger-Congo Languages  MINOR REVISION  (plus new map and new figure)

 

KAY WILLIAMSON

Linguistics and African Languages

University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

P.M.B. 5303 Port Harcourt

Rivers State, Nigeria

KWmson@aol.com

 

and

 

JOHN BENDOR-SAMUEL

Summer Institute of Linguistics

7500 W Camp Wisdom Road

Dallas, TX 75236

John_Bender-Samuel@wil.org

 

Nilo-Saharan Languages MAJOR REVISION (plus new map)

 

GERRIT J. DIMMENDAAL

Institut fur Afrikanistik der Universitat zu Koln

Meister-Ekkehart-Strasse 7

D-50923 Koln

Germany

Gerrit.Dimmendaal@Uni-Koeln.DE

 

 

Nilotic Languages

 

Nimboran Languages

 

North American Languages MINOR REVISION

DAVID ROOD

Department of Linguistics

University of Colorado, Boulder

Campus Box 295

Boulder, CO 80309-0295

rood@colorado.edu

 

North and Central Vanuatu Languages

 

North Bantoid Languages

 

North Caucasian Languages

 

Northeast Borneo Languages

 

North Indo-Aryan Languages

 

North Luzon Languages

 

North Mon-Khmer Languages

 

North Trans-New Guinea Languages

 

Northwest Indo-Aryan Languages

 

Nungish Languages

 

Nupoid Languages

 

Nuristani Languages

 

Nyulnyulan Languages

 

Oceanic Languages

 

 

Omotic Languages

 

Otomanguean Languages

 

Otopamean Languages

 

 

Paezan Languages

 

Palawano Languages

 

Pali VERY MINOR REVISION

K.R. Norman, Professor

Faculty of Oriental Studies

University of Cambridge

Sidgwick Avenue

Cambridge CB3 9DA

UK

krn11@hermes.cam.ac.uk

 

 

Pama-Nyungan Languages

 

Paman Languages

 

Panoan Languages

 

Pashto  VERY MINOR REVISION

D.  N. MACKENZIE

5 Column Grounds

Llanfairpwll

Anglesey LL61 5NJ

Great Britain

 

Pauwasi Languages

 

Peba-Yaguan Languages

 

Penutian Languages

 

PersianVERY MINOR REVISION

GERNOT L. WINDFUHR

Near Eastern Studies

University of Michigan

2086 Frieze

Ann Arbor, MI  48109

windfuhr@umich.edu

 

Platoid Languages

 

Polish VERY MINOR REVISION

 

GERALD STONE

6 Lathbury Road

Oxford OX2 7AU

UK

 

England Polynesian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

NIKO BESNIER

PO Box 1580

Nuku'alofa

Tonga

niko.besnier@vuw.ac.nz

 

 

Popolocan Languages

 

Portuguese VERY MINOR REVISION

 

STEPHEN PARKINSON

Department of Linguistics & Philology

University of Oxford

Oxford   OX1 2JD

UK

stephen.parkinson@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk

 

Punjabi VERY MINOR REVISION

 

TEJ K. BHATIA

Director, Linguistics Studies Program, and

Associate Professor of Linguistics

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY 13244-1160

tkbhatia@mailbox.syr.edu

 

Quechuan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

WILLEM F. H. ADELAAR

Dept. Comparative Linguistics

Universiteit Leiden

PO Box 9515

2300 RA Leiden

The Netherlands

adelaar@nias.knaw.nl

 

Ramu Languages

 

Rejang-Baram Languages

 

Romance Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

SUZANNE FLEISCHMAN

 

with

 

JOHN N. GREEN

The Graduate School

University of Bradford

BRADFORD

BD7 1DP

England UK

j.n.green@bradford.ac.uk

 

Rotuman-Fijian Languages

 

Rumanian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

GRAHAM MALLINSON

 

Russian VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ROLAND SUSSEX

Centre for Language Teaching & Research

University of Queensland

Room 208A Joyce Ackroyd Bldg.

Brisbane, Queensland 4072

AUSTRALIA

sussex@lingua.cltr.ug.edu.au

 

Saharan Languages

 

Salishan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

M. DALE KINKADE

Professor of Linguistics

University of British Columbia

Vancouver, B. C. VGT 1W5 Canada

mdkd@unixg.ubc.ca

 

Salivan Languages

 

Sama-Bajaw Languages

 

Sangir-Minahasan Languages

 

Sanskrit VERY MINOR REVISION

 

MADHAV M. DESHPANDE

Professor of Sanskrit and Linguistics

University of Michigan

3070 Frieze Building

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

mmdesh@umich.edu

 

Santa Cruz Languages

 

Santa Isabel Languages

 

Sarmi-Yotafa Languages

 

Scandinavian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

EINAR HAUGEN (deceased)

 

with

KURT BRAUNMUELLER

Universitat Hamburg

Institut f|r Germanistik I - Skandinavistik -

Von-Melle-Park 6

D-20146 Hamburg

Germany

braunmueller@rrz.uni-hamburg.de

 

 

 

Semitic Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ROBERT HETZRON )deceased)

Professor of Germanic, Oriental

 & Slavic Languages

University of California, Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA 93106

 

and

 

JOHN HUEHNERGARD

Harvard University

NELC

6 Divinity Ave., 308

huehnerg@fas.harvard.edu

 

 

 

Senagi Languages

 

Sentani Languages

 

Senufo Languages

 

Sepik Languages

 

Sepik-Ramu Languages

 

Serbo-Croatian MINOR REVISION

 

GREVILLE G. CORBETT

Professor of Linguistics & Int. Studies

University of Surrey

Guildford, Surry

GU2 5XH,

England

g.corbett@surrey.ac.uk

 

and

 

Wayles Browne

Department of Linguistics

227 Morrill Hall

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY  14853-4701

ewb2@cornell.edu

 

Siassi Languages

Siberian Languages MINOR REVISION

 

BERNARD COMRIE

 

Sinhala VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JAMES W. GAIR

Professor of Linguistics

Cornell University

Dept. of Modern Languages & Linguistics

Ithaca, NY 14853

jwg2@cornell.edu

 

Sinhalese-Maldivian Languages

 

Sino-Tibetan Languages  MAJOR REVISION PLUS NEW MAP

 

SCOTT DELANCEY

Associate Professor of Linguistics

University of Oregon

Eugene, OR  97403

delancey@darkwing.uoregon.edu

 

Siouan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DAVID S. ROOD

 

Sko Languages

 

Slavic Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

BERNARD COMRIE

 

Somali VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DOUGLAS BIBER

Dept. of English

Northern Arizona University

Box 6032

Flagstaff, AZ  86011

douglas.biber@nau.edu

 

and

 

JOHN SAEED

Centre for Language & Communication Studies,

Arts Bldg., Trinity College,

University of Dublin,

Dublin 2, Ireland

jsaeed@tcd.ie

 

 

Songhai Languages

 

South American Languages MID-RANGE REVISION

 

HARRIET E. MANELIS KLEIN

HARRIET E. MANELIS KLEIN

35 Senne Road

Fort Salonga, NY 11768

hklein@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

 

South Asian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

COLIN P. MASICA

18471 Studenberg Road

Boscobel, WI 53805-9220

dacotah@mwt.net

 

South Bantoid Languages

South Bird's Head Languages

South Caucasian Languages

 

Southeast Asian LanguagesVERY MINOR REVISION

 

JAMES MATISOFF

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California, Berkeley

1203 Dwinelle Hall (MC#2650)

Berkeley, CA   94720

matisoff@garnet.berkeley.edu

 

Southeast Maluku Languages

 

Southeast Solomons Languages

 

South Halmahera-West New Guinea Languages

 

South Indo-Aryan Languages

 

South Mangyan Languages

 

South Mindanao Languages

 

South Philippine Languages

 

South Sulawesi Languages

 

South Vanuatu Languages

 

Southwest Pama-Nyungan Languages

 

Spanish VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JOHN N. GREEN

The Graduate School

University of Bradford

BRADFORD

BD7 1DP

England UK

j.n.green@bradford.ac.uk

 

 

Subtiaba-Tlapanec Languages

 

Sulawesi Languages

 

Sumatra Languages

 

Sumerian MINOR REVISION

 

PIOTR MICHALOWSKI

51 S 4th Avenue

Ann Arbor, MI 48104

piotrm@umich.edu

 

Sundic Languages

 

Swahili VERY MINOR REVISION

 

THOMAS J. HINNEBUSCH

Associate Professor of Linguistics &

African Languages

University of California

Los Angeles, CA 90024

hinnebus@humnet.ucla.edu

 

Tacanan Languages,

 

Tagalog MINOR REVISION

MARTIN HASPELMATH

Max Planck Institute for Evol. Anthropology

Inselstrasse 22

D-04103 Leipzig

Germany

haspelmt@eva.mpg.de

 

and

 

PAUL SCHACHTER

431 West Rustic Road

Santa Monica, CA  90402

paulscha@humnet.ucla.edu

 

Tai-Kadai Languages

 

Tai Languages MINOR REVISION

 

Tai-Kadai Languages (=Tai Languages)

ANTHONY DILLER

Senior Lecturer in Asian Studies

Australian National University

P.O. Box 4

Canberra A.C.T.  2601 Australia

diller@anu.edu.au

 

Tamil VERY MINOR REVISION

 

SANFORD B. STEEVER

724 Old Stamford Road

New Canaan, CT 06840-6621

sbsteever@worldnet.att.net

 

 

Teberan-Pawaian Languages

 

Telugu VERY MINOR REVISION

 

BHADRIRAJU KRISHNAMURTI

Vice Chancellor

University of Hyderabad

Central University Campus

P. O. Hyderabad 500 134

India

 

Thai VERY MINOR REVISION

 

ANTHONY DILLER

 

Tibetan VERY MINOR REVISION

 

KUN CHANG

Professor Emeritus of Oriental Languages

University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, CA  94720

Emeritus - no email available

 

Timor-Alor-Pantar Languages

 

Timor-Flores Languages

 

Tivoid Languages

 

Tocharian Languages

 

Tomini Languages

 

Torricelli Languages

 

Totonacan Languages

 

Trans-Fly-Bulaka River Languages

 

Trans-New Guinea Languages

 

Tukanoan Languages

 

Tungusic Languages

 

Tupian Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

CHERYL J. JENSEN

Summer Institute of Linguistics

Agencia Guanabara, Caixa, Postal 381,

67000 Belem, Para, Brazil

 

Turama-Kikorian Languages

 

Turkic Languages MINOR REVISION

 

BERNARD COMRIE

 

Turkish VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JAKLIN KORNFILT

Dept. of Linguistics

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY 13244-1160 

kornfilt@syr.edu

 

Ubangi Languages 

 

Ukaan-Akpes Languages

 

Ukrainian VERY MINOR REVISION             

 

BERNARD COMRIE

 

Uralic Languages VERY MINOR REVISION             

 

JUHA JANHUNEN

Reader in North Asian Studies

Helsingin Yliopisto/Heisingfors Universitet

Department of Asian and African Studies

Fabianinkatu 24, 00100

Helsinki, Finland    

Juha.Janhunen@Helsinki.Fi

 

Urdu VERY MINOR REVISION             

 

ANWAR S. DIL

Professor Of Language Science &

Communication

United States International University

10455 Pomerado Road

San Diego, California  92131-1799

adil@usiu.edu

 

Uru-Chipaya Languages 

 

Uto-Aztecan Languages VERY MINOR REVISION

 

WICK R. MILLER (deceased)

 

with

 

WILLIAM BRIGHT

1625 Mariposa Ave.

Boulder, CO 80302

William.Bright@Colorado.Edu

 

 

Viet-Muong Languages 

 

Vietnamese VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DINH-HOA NGUYEN

2366 Gabriel Avenue

Mountain View, CA 94040-1416

DinhHwaNgwien@earthlink.net

 

 

Wakashan Languages

 

West Barkly Languages

 

West Bomberai Languages

 

West Chadic Languages

 

West Malayo-Polynesian Languages

 

West Papuan Languages 

 

Wide Grassfields Languages

 

Wissel Lakes-Kemandoga Languages

 

Witotoan Languages

 

Wolof NEW 1K

 

STEPHANE ROBERT

CNRS-LLACAN UMR 7594

Campus CNRS; Centre A-G Haudricourt

BP 8

7 rue Guy Mtquet

94801 Villejuif Cedex

FRANCE

robert@bellevue.cnrs-bellevue.fr

 

 

Wororan Languages

 

Yanomam Languages

 

Yoruba VERY MINOR REVISION

 

DOUGLAS PULLEYBLANK

Department of Linguistics

E270-1866 Main Mall

University of British Columbia

Vancouver, BC

Canada V6T

douglas.pulleyblank@ubc.ca

 

Yucatec Mayan VERY MINOR REVISION

 

JOHN S. ROBERTSON

Dept. of Linguistics

Brigham Young University

2129 JKHB

Provo, UT 84602-6278

john_roberston@byu.edu

 

Yuin-Kuric Languages

 

Yukian Languages

 

Yuulngu Languages

 

Zamucoan Languages

 

Zaparoan Languages

 

Zapotecan Languages

 

Zulu NEW 1K

 

GEORGE POULOS

GEORGE POULOS

African Languages TVW 10-152

University of South Africa

PO Box 392

Unisa, 0003

South Africa

poulog@unisa.ac.za

 

Deletions:

Altaic Languages (COMRIE)

Berber (para)

Khoisan (para)

 

New Articles (7K)

Altaic 1K) 1 map and 1 fig

ASL (1K)

Bambara-Mandinka-Malinke (1K)

Berber (1K) 1 map

Khoisan (1K) 1 map

Lingala (1K)

Wolof (1K)

Zulu (1K)

 

New Maps/Figs

7 new maps

4 new figures


Literature and Linguistics

Consulting Editor RICHARD D. CURETON

Dept. of English Lang & Lit

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI  48109-1045

rcureton@umich.edu

 

 

Linguistics and Literature

·        Overview: Language and Literature [=Style: Literary Stylistics from first edition 60%-70%, plus a bit new] MID-RANGE REVISION

RICHARD CURETON

 

·        Stylistics (remainder of first edition article, plus] MAJOR REVISION

RICHARD CURETON

 

·        Rhetoric and Literature, new 2.5K

STEVEN MAILLOUX

Department of English and Comparative Literature

University of California, Irvine

Irvine, CA  92697

sjmaillo@benfranklin.hnet.uci.edu

 

ANN BANFIELD

Professor of English

University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, CA  94720

banfield@uclink.berkeley.edu

 

 

·        Metaphor (SAMUEL R. LEVIN) MINOR REVISION

SAMUEL R. LEVIN

Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English and Linguistics

CUNY

365 Fifth Avenue

New York, NY  10016-4309

 

·        Semiotics and Literature (FLOYD MERRELL) MINOR REVISION

FLOYD MERRELL

Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literature

Purdue University

West Lafayette, IN  47907

fmerrell@purdue.edu

 

·        Lg of Prose Fiction [=Literary Narrative] MAJOR REVISION

MONIKA FLUDERNIK

Karlstrasse 60

D-79104 Freiburg

Germany

 

·        Lg of Poetry, new 2.5K

RICHARD CURETON

 

·        Lg of Drama, new 2.5K

VIMALA HERMAN

School of English Studies

Univesity of Nottingham

University Park

Notingham NG7 2RD

UK

vimala.herman@nottingham.ac.uk

 

 

·        Lg and Literary History, new 2.5K

JOHN STEPHENS

Department of English

Divison of Humanities

Macquarie University

NSW 2009

Australia

jstephen@pip.elm.mq.edu.au

 

DELETIONS:

Poetics (C.  J. VAN REES)

 

NEW ARTICLES (12K)

Rhetoric and Cognition (Wayne Booth, new] 2.5K

Lg of Poetry (R. Cureton, new] 2.5K

Lg of Drama [V. Herman, new] 2.5K

Lg and Literary History (j. Stephens, new) 2.5K


Mathematical Linguistics

Consulting Editor

ANDRAS KORNAI

  Principal Scientist

  PPD Informatics/Belmont Research

  84 Sherman St

  Cambridge MA 02474

  andras@kornai.com

 

Learnability

·        Mathematical Aspects [= Learnability] MID-RANGE REVISION

GEOFFREY PULLUM

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California, Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA 95064

pullum@ling.ucsc.edu

 

  Mathematical Linguistics

·       Overview [=Math Ling] MID-RANGE REVISION

GEOFFREY PULLUM

 

and

 

ANDRAS KORNAI

 

·        Generative Capacity MAJOR REVISION

EMMON BACH

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

226 South College

Amherst, MA 01003-7130

ebach@linguist.umass.edu

 

and

 

PHILIP MILLER

15, Rue des Pretres

B-1000 Brussels

Belgium

pmiller@ulb.ac.be

 

·        Automata Theory [= Automata Theory plus Chomsky Hierarchy]] MAJOR REVISION

DAVID WEIR

Dept. of Cognitive & Computing Science

University of Sussex

Brighton, BN1 9QH

UK

david.weir@cogs.susx.ac.uk

 

 

and

 

ROBERT WALL

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Texas, Austin

Austin, TX  78712

rwall@mail.utexas.edu

 

 

·        Context Free Grammars and Languages MAJOR REVISION

GEOFFREY PULLUM

 

·        Finite State Grammars and Languages MAJOR REVISION

D. TERENCE LANGENDOEN

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ 85721

langendt@u.arizona.edu

 

·        Mildly Context Sensitive Lgs, new, 750 wds.]

ARAVIND K. JOSHI

Department of Computer and Information Science

Room 555 Moore School

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia PA 19104

joshi@linc.cis.upenn.edu

 

 

·        Recognition

o  Complexity [=Recognition] MINOR REVISION

ERIC SVEN RISTAD

Mnemonic Technology, Inc.

610 River Street, Suite 210

Hoboken, NJ 07030-5915

ristad@mnemonic.com

 

 

o  OCR, new 600 wds

ANDRAS KORNAI

 

Statistical Linguistics MAJOR REVISION

GEOFFREY SAMPSON

School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences

University of Sussex

Falmer

BRIGHTON BN1 9QH

England

geoffs@cogs.susx.ac.uk

 

 

Information Theory, new 500 wds

ROBIN CLARK

Department of Linguistics

619 Williams Hall

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA 19104

rclark@babel.ling.upenn.edu

 

 

Hidden Markov  Models, new 500 wds

HERMANN NEY

Lehrstuhl fuer Informatik VI

Computer Science Department

RWTH Aachen - University of Technology

Ahornstrasse 55

D-52056 Aachen, Germany

ney@i6.informatik.rwth-aachen.de

 

 DELETES: None

 NEW ARTICLES (2.35K)

 OCR 600 wds

Info Theory 500 wds

Markov Models 500 wds

Mildly Context Sensitive Lgs 750 wds


Morphology

Consulting Editor

STEPHEN ANDERSON

Department of Linguistics

Yale University

New Haven, CT  06520

anderson@sapir.ling.yale.edu

 

Abbreviation VERY MINOR REVISION

JOHN ALGEO

P.O. Box 270

Wheaton, IL 60189

JohnAlgeo@aol.com

 

 

Adjacency VERY MINOR REVISION

FRANS PLANK

Universitat Konstanz

 G 122

 D-78457 Konstanz

GERMANY

frans.plank@uni-konstanz.de

adjacency constraint

 

Adjectives VERY MINOR REVISION

BEATRICE WARREN

Prof. of English Literature

Lunds University

Helgonabacken 14

S-223 62 Lund

Sweden

Beatrice.Warren@englund.se

 

 

Affixation VERY MINOR REVISION

WOLFGANG DRESSLER

Institut fiir Sprachwissenschaft

Universitat Wien

1090 Wien, Berggasse 11

Austria

Wolfgang.Dressler@univie.ac.at

Add Corbin’s work

 

Autolexical Theory, new .75K

JERROLD SADOCK

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Chicago

Chicago, IL 60637

 

CaseMINOR REVISION

FERENC KIEFER

Research Institute for Linguistics

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Budapest

Benczur utca 33

H-1068 Hungary

kiefer@nytud.hu

 

 

 

Clitics: An Overview MINOR REVISION

ARNOLD M. ZWICKY

Dept. of Linguistics

Stanford University

Stanford, CA 94305-2150

zwicky@csli.stanford.edu

 

 

Clitic Positioning, new .75K

STEPHEN ANDERSON

 

Compounding VERY MINOR REVISION

JINDRICH TOMAN

Dept. of Slavic Languages & Literature

University of Michigan

3040 M1b 1275

Ann Arbor, MI  48109

ptydepe@umich.edu

 

Conversion VERY MINOR REVISION

DIETER KASTOVSKY

lnstitut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik

Universitiit Wien

A-1010 Wien

Austria

dieter.kastovsky@univie.ac.at

 

Derivational Morphology MINOR REVISION

WOFLGANG MOTSCH

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Motsch

Luechow 10

D-17179 Altkalen

GERMANY

AW.Motsch@t-online.de

 

 

 

Diminutives VERY MINOR REVISION

LAVINIA MERLINI BARBARESI

Dipartimente Anglistica

via S. Maria 67

I-56126 Pisa

Italy

Merlini@cli.unipi.it

 

 

Noun Classification [=Gender and Noun Classification] VERY MINOR REVISION

DAVID A. ZUBIN

Dept. of Linguistics

State University of New York, Buffalo

685 Baldy Hall

Buffalo, NY  14260

linzubin@acsu.buffalo.edu

 

Generative Morphology MAJOR REVISION

SERGIO SCALISE

Fac. di Lingue e Litterature Straniere

Universita di Bologna

Via S. Stefano

43 - Bologna

ITALY

scalise@lingue.unibo.it

 

Gradation VERY MINOR REVISION

PAUL KENT ANDERSEN

Institut fo"r Spraak och Kultur

Linko:pings University

S-581 83 Linko"ping

Sweden

paul.kent.andersen@mailbox.swipnet.se

 

Heads VERY MINOR REVISION

JACOB HOEKSEMA

Dept. of Dutch and Frisian Language and Literature

RUG - Faculty of Arts

PO Box 716

9700 AS Groningen

The Netherlands

j.hoeksema@let.rug.nl

 

Incorporation, new 1K

MARK BAKER

 

Inflection MINOR REVISION

PETER MATTHEWS

St. John's College

Cambridge CB2 1TP

UK

 

 

Inheritance VERY MINOR REVISION

JANET H. RANDALL

Northeastern University

406 Holmes Hall

360 Huntington Avenue

Boston, MA 02115

randall@neu.edu

 

Interjections VERY MINOR REVISION

RICHARD A. RHODES

Department of Linguistics

University of California at Berkeley

1203 Dwinelle Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720-2650

rrhodes@cogsci.berkeley.edu

 

Lexemes VERY MINOR REVISION

MARK ARONOFF

Dept. of Linguistics

SUNY Stony Brook

Stony Brook, NY 11794-4376

mark.aronoff@sunysb.edu

 

Morpheme VERY MINOR REVISION

PETER MATTHEWS

St. John's College

Cambridge CB2 1TP

UK

 

 

Morphology

·   An Overview MAJOR REVISION

WOLFGANG DRESSLER

 

and

 

STEPHEN ANDERSON

 

 

·   Morphology and Phonology MINOR REVISION

BILL DARDEN

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Chicago

1010 E 59tth Street

Chicago, IL  60637

b-darden@uchicago.edu

needs more on interaction

 

·   Morphology and Syntax VERY MINOR REVISION

ARNOLD M. ZWICKY

Needs “syntax does all”

 

Natural Morphology VERY MINOR REVISION

MARIANNE KILANI-SCHOCH

Dept. de francais moderne

Universite de Lausanne

Lausanne

Switzerland

Marianne.kilanischoch@efm.unil.ch

 

Nouns VERY MINOR REVISION

LEONARD TALMY

Dept. of Linguistics

SUNY, Buffalo

609 Baldy Hall

Buffalo, NY  14260

talmy@acsu.buffalo.edu

 

Number VERY MINOR REVISION

ROBERT BEARD

Ruth Everette Sierzega Professor of Russian and Linguistics

Director, Program in Linguistics,

Bucknell University

Lewisburg, PA  17837

rbeard@bucknell.edu

 

Numerals VERY MINOR REVISION

JAMES R. HURFORD

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Edinburgh

Adam Ferguson Building

40 George Square

Edinburgh 8

Scotland

U.K.

jim@ling.ed.ac.uk

   

 

Paradigms VERY MINOR REVISION

JAAP VAN MARLE

Vrije Universiteit

11a-38 Building 1105

1081 HV Amsterdam

The Netherlands

marle_van_j@let.vu.nl

 

Percolation, new .75K

ROCHELE LIEBER

Rochelle Lieber

Dept. of English

University of New Hampshire

Durham, NH

rl@christa.unh.edu

 

 

Polysynthesis, new .75K

MARK BAKER

Rutgers University Center for Cognitive Science

Rutgers University

New Brunswick, NJ 08901-2882

mabaker@ruccs.rutgers.edu

 

 

Pronouns: An Overview VERY MINOR REVISION

CHARLES J. FILLMORE

Dept. of Linguistics

University of California, Berkeley    

1224  Dwinelle Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720-2650

fillmore@icsi.berkeley.edu

 

Reduplication VERY MINOR REVISION

EDITH A. MORAVCSIK

Department of Foreign Lang & LING

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Curtin Hall 872

Milwaukee, WI  53201-0413

edith@csd.uwm.edu

 

Stem and Root MINOR REVISION

MARK ARONOFF

Dept. of Linguistics

State University of New York, Stony Brook

Stony Brook, NY 11794-4376

mark.aronoff@sunysb.edu