Diachronica 14:2

[Diachronica, 14:2]  1997.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles / Aufsätze
Lost Wax: Abrupt Replacement of Key Morphemes in Australian Agreement Complexes
Jeffrey Heath
197–232
The Morphological Legacy of French: Borrowed Suffixes on Native Bases in Middle English
D. Gary Miller
233–264
On the Linguistic Relationship Between Mawé and Tupí-Guaraní
Aryon D. Rodrigues and Wolf Dietrich
265–304
On the Origins of African American Vernacular English — A Creolist Perspective: Part I: The Sociohistorical Background
Donald Winford
305–344
Review Article / Rapport Critique / Forschungsbericht
Progress on the Origin of Language?
Catherine A. Callaghan
345–362
Reviews / Comptes Rendus / Besprechungen
A Case Study in Diachronic Phonology: The Japanese Onbin Sound Changes. By Bjarke Frellesvig
Reviewed by J. Marshall Unger
363–366
Back from the Brink: A study of how relic forms in languages serve as source material for analogical extension. By Laura A. Janda
Reviewed by Raimo Anttila
367–372
Ancient Egyptian: A linguistic introduction. By Antonio Loprieno
Reviewed by Carleton T. Hodge
373–378
Studies in British Celtic Historical Phonology. By Peter Schrijver
Reviewed by Joseph F. Eska
379–382
Principles and Methods in Historical Phonology:From Proto-Algonkian to Arapaho. By Marc Picard
Reviewed by David H. Pentland
383–386
The Ancestry of the Chinese Language. Ed. by William S-Y Wang
Reviewed by Paul J. Sidwell and Zhou Xiaokang
387–395
Miscellanea: Notes / Notizen
Koerner's Korner
E.F.K. Koerner
396
Publications Received/Ouvrages Reçus/Eingegangene Schriften
Brian D. Joseph and Victoria Lady Welby
397–404