Series: Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science

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Advances in role and reference grammar by Robert D., Jr. Van Valin
Ancient Scripts and Phonological Knowledge (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, Series IV: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory) by D. Gary Miller
Athabaskan Prosody by Sharon Hargus
Bono Homini Donum : Essays in Historical Linguistics in Memory of J. Alexander Kerns by Yoel L. Arbeitman
Boundaries of morphology and syntax by Lunella Mereu
Current Advances in Semantic Theory by Maxim I. Stamenov
Current issues in the phonetic sciences : proceedings of the IPS-77 Congress, Miami Beach, Florida, 17-19th December 1977 by Harry Hollien
Discourse Studies in Cognitive Linguistics: Selected papers from the 5th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Amsterdam, July 1997 by Karen Van Hoek
Evidence for Linguistic Relativity by Susanne Niemeier
Explorations in Linguistic Relativity by Martin Pütz
Germanic linguistics : syntactic and diachronic by Rosina Lippi-Green
Grammatical theory and metascience : a critical investigation into the methodological and philosophical foundations of ›autonomous‹ linguistics by Esa Itkonen
An introduction to historical and comparative linguistics by Raimo Anttila
Language history : an introduction by Andrew L. Sihler
Language Ideology and Language Change in Early Modern German: A sociolinguistic study of the consonantal system of Nuremberg by Rosina Lippi-Green
The Laws of Indo-European by N. E. Collinge
Lexical Perspectives on Transitivity and Ergativity: Causative Constructions in English (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory by Maarten Lemmens
Linear Order and Generative Theory by Jürgen M. Meisel
Linguistic Theory and Grammatical Description (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory & History of Linguistic Science, Series I by Flip G. Droste
Linguistics inside out : Roy Harris and his critics by George Wolf
Morphology: Word Structure in Generative Grammar by John Thayer Jensen
New directions in linguistics and semiotics by James E. Copeland
Nostratic: Sifting the Evidence by Brian D. Joseph
Papers from the 4th International Conference on Historical Linguistics by Elizabeth Closs Traugott
Papers from the 5th International Conference on Historical Linguistics = Referate von der Fünften Internationalen K by Anders Ahlqvist
Pathways of the Brain: The Neurocognitive Basis of Language (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic) by Sydney M. Lamb
Perspectives in experimental linguistics : papers from the University of Alberta Conference on Experimental Linguistics (Edmonton, 13-14 October 1978) by Gary D. Prideaux
Perspectives on historical linguistics by Winfred Philipp Lehmann
Pidginization and creolization : the case of Arabic by Kees Versteegh
Prolegomena to a grammar of Basque by Terence H. Wilbur
Proto-Japanese: Issues and Prospects by Bjarke Frellesvig
Psycholinguistics: Psychology, linguistics, and the study of natural language by Joseph F. Kess
Recent Developments in Germanic Linguistics (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, Series I by Rosina Lippi-Green
The Roots of Old Chinese by Laurent Sagart
Saami Linguistics by Ida Toivonen
Studies in Brythonic Word Order by James Fife
Syntactic change in Germanic : aspects of language change in Germanic with particular reference to Middle Dutch by Kate Burridge
Tense and aspect in Indo-European languages : theory, typology, diachrony by John Hewson
The Transformational-Generative Paradigm and Modern Linguistic Theory by E. F. K. Koerner

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