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Vol. 28:1/2 (2001) ► pp. 231250
William Cowan: list of publications, 1960–1999

William Cowan: list of publications, 1960–1999

1960a
 “Arabic Evidence for Proto-Semitic */awa/ and */ô/”. Language 36.60–62.Google Scholar
1960b
Review of Joseph Aquilina, The Structure of Maltese (Valletta: Royal University of Malta 1959) Language 36.179–184.Google Scholar
1962
Review of Joseph Aquilina, Papers in Maltese Linguistics (Valletta: Royal University of Malta 1961) Language 36.330–334.Google Scholar
1963a
Review of Vincent Monteil, L’arabe moderne (= Association pour l’avancement des études islamiques; Série 3, Études et documents . Paris: Librairie C. Klincksieck 1960), and Charles A. Ferguson, ed., Contributions to Arabic Linguistics (= Harvard Middle Eastern monographs, 3.) Cambridge, Mass.: Center for Middle Eastern Studies [distributed by Harvard University Press 1960]) Language 39.329–335.Google Scholar
1963b
 Review of Harvey Sobelman, ed., Arabic Dialect Studies: A selected bibliography. (Washington, D. C.: Center for Applied Linguistics of the Modern Language Association 1962) Language 39.546–548.Google Scholar
1964a
 “An Early Maltese Word-List”. Journal of Maltese Studies 2.217–225.Google Scholar
1964b
 “’âthâr al-harakât al-’akhîra al-fusîha fî al-lahjât al-carabiyya ad-dârija [Traces of the final classical vowels in colloquial Arabic dialects]”. Al-Abhath 17.83–88. Beirut: American University of Beirut.Google Scholar
1965a
 “A Note on the Phonemes of /mɔ̀rɔ́/”. Journal of African Languages 4.114–117.Google Scholar
1965b
 Review of Sami A. Hanna, An Elementary Manual of Contemporary Literary Arabic (Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Press 1964) Language Learning 15.85–86.Google Scholar
1966a
 “Loss of Emphasis in Maltese”. Journal of Maltese Studies 3.27–31.Google Scholar
1966b
 “Two Notes on Arabic Dialectology”. Journal of the American Oriental Society 86.416–418.Google Scholar
1966c
 Review of Haim Blanc, Communal Dialects in Baghdad. (= Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs , 10. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press 1964) Language 42.694–700.Google Scholar
1967
 “SoundChange in Central Asian Arabic”. Der Islam 43.134–138.Google Scholar
1968a
 “Notes Toward a Definition of Modern Standard Arabic”. Language Learning 18.29–34.Google Scholar
1968b
 “A Practical Pronunciation Guide for Teachers of Arabic”. An-Nashra 2.14–25.Google Scholar
1968c
 Review of H. Morcos Hanna, The Phrase Structure of Egyptian Colloquial Arabic. (= Janua Linguarum, series practica , 35. The Hague: Mouton 1967) Language 44.875–877.Google Scholar
1969a
 “PA *a:, *k, and*t in Narragansett”. International Journal of American Linguistics 35.28–33.Google Scholar
1969b
 Review of A. D. DeBlois, ed., Contributions to Anthropology: Linguistics I (Algonquian).(= National Museum of Canada Bulletin 214. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada 1967) International Journal of American Linguistics 35.270–274.Google Scholar
1970a
 “A Persistent Rule in Maltese”. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 15.122–128.Google Scholar
1970b
 Review of Hilmi M. Aboul-Fetouh, A Morphological Study of Egyptian Colloquial Arabic. (= Janua Linguarum, series practica , 33. The Hague: Mouton 1969) Language 46.203–205.Google Scholar
1970c
 “The Vowels of Egyptian Arabic”. Word 26.94–100.Google Scholar
1971a
 “An Underground Rule in Maltese”. Journal of Linguistics 7.245–251.Google Scholar
1971b
 “Speculation About Language Change: The generation gap”. Lingua 28.265–275.Google Scholar
1971c
Workbook in Comparative Reconstruction. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.Google Scholar
1972a
 “Reduplicated Bird Names in Algonquian”. International Journal of American Linguistics 38.229–230.Google Scholar
1972b
 “Historical Syntax of the Arabic Numbers”. Glossa 6.131–146.Google Scholar
1973a
 “Narragansett 126 Years After”. International Journal of American Linguistics 39.7–13.Google Scholar
1973b
 “Pequot from [Ezra] Stiles [(1727–1795)] to [Frank] Speck [(1881–1950)]”. International Journal of American Linguistics 39.164–172.Google Scholar
1973c
 “Rules for Segholization in Maltese”. Proceedings of the First Congress on Mediterranean Studies of Arabo-Berber Influence ed. by Micheline Galley & David R. Marshall, 75–82. Algiers: S. N. E. D.Google Scholar
1974
 “Native Languages of North America: The European response”. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 1:2.3–10.Google Scholar
1975a
 Review of Jacques Grand’Henri, Le parler arabe de Cherchell (Algérie) (= Publications de l’Institute Orientaliste de Louvain , 5. Louvain: Université Catholique de Louvain 1972), and Alfred Willms, Einführung in das Vulgärarabische von Nordwestafrika (= Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics . Leiden: E. J. Brill 1972) Journal of the American Oriental Society 95.131–132.Google Scholar
1975b
 “Frozen Consonants in Maltese”. Actes du XXIXe congrès international des orientalistes, 40–45. Paris: L’Asiatèque.Google Scholar
1975c
 “Caxaro’s Cantilena: A checkpoint for change in Maltese”. Journal of Maltese Studies 10.4–10.Google Scholar
1975d
 “Note on the Sixth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 41.240–241.Google Scholar
1975e
 Review of Margaret K. Omar, The Aquisition of Egyptian Arabic as a Native Language. (= Janua Linguarum, series practica , 160. The Hague: Mouton 1973) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 20.219–221.Google Scholar
1975f
 Review of Roger Williams [(c1604–1683)], A Key into the Language of America [1643] New ed. by John J. Teunissen and Evelyn J. Hinz (Detroit: Wayne State University Press 1973) Language 51.761–764.Google Scholar
1975g
 Ed., Papers of the Sixth Algonquian Conference. (= National Museum of Man Mercury Series; Canadian Ethnology Service Paper, 23 .) Ottawa: National Museum of Man.Google Scholar
1976a
 “Rules andCounter-Rules in Historical Phonology”. Linguistic and Literary Studies in Honor of Archibald A. Hill ed. by Mohammad Ali Jazayery, Edgar C. Polomé & Werner Winter, 85–92. Lisse/Holland: Peter De Ridder Press.Google Scholar
1976b
 “Note on the Seventh Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguisitics 42.284–285.Google Scholar
1976c
 Review of M. Estellie Smith, ed., Studies in Linguistics in Honor of George L. Trager (= Janua Linguarum, series maior , 52. The Hague: Mouton 1972) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 21.212–219.Google Scholar
1976d
 Ed., Papers of the Seventh Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1976e
 “The Generation Gap in Montagnais Dialectology”. Cowan 1976d 323–338.Google Scholar
1977a
 “Note on the Eighth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 43.165–166.Google Scholar
1977b
 Review of Antoine Silvy, Dictionnaire montagnais-français. Transl. by Lorenzo Angers, David E. Cooter & Gérard E. McNulty (Montreal: Les Presses de l’Université du Québec 1974) International Journal of American Linguistics 43.73–75.Google Scholar
1977c
 Ed., Actes du huitième congrès des algonquinistes. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1977d
 “*xk/θk proto-algonquien dans le montagnais du 17e siècle”. Cowan 1977c.143–150.Google Scholar
1978a
 “Through a Glass Darkly: Perspectives on Historical Linguistics”. Cahiers linguistiques d’Ottawa 6.23–43. Ottawa: Department of Linguistics, University of Ottawa.Google Scholar
1978b
 “Note on the Ninth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 44.159–161.Google Scholar
1978c
 Ed., Papers of the Ninth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1978d
 “Cambios fonéticos en el árabe de Granada”. Segundo congreso internacional de estudios sobre las culturas del Mediterráneo occidental, 143–149. Barcelona: Universidad de Barcelona.Google Scholar
1979a
 Ed., Papers of the Tenth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1979b
 “Pierres tombales indiennes à Moïsie”. Cowan 1979a.3–10Google Scholar
1979c
 “Sibilant-Stop Clusters in Montagnais”. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 24.1–6.Google Scholar
1979d
 Review of Eung-Do Cook & Jonathan Kaye, eds., Linguistic Studies of Native Canada. (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press 1978) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 24.57–58.Google Scholar
1979e
 Review of Gordon M. Day, The Mots Loups of Father Mathevet. (= National Museums of Canada Publications in Ethnology , 8. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada 1975) International Journal of American Linguistics 45.88–94.Google Scholar
1979f
 Review of Theodora Bynon, Historical Linguistics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1977) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 24.158–159.Google Scholar
1979g
 Note on the Tenth Algonquian Conference. International Journal of American Linguistics 45.287–288.
1980a
 Note on the Eleventh Algonquian Conference. International Journal of American Linguistics 46.151–153.
1980b
 Ed., Papers of the Eleventh Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1980c
 (With Jaromira Rakušan) Source Book for Linguistics. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1981a
 “Pyrlaeus’ Nanticoke Numerals”. Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 6.8.Google Scholar
1981b
 “Note on the Twelfth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 47.268.Google Scholar
1981c
 Ed., Papers of the Twelfth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1981d
 “On the Origin of -s- in Spanish hasta” . Canadian Journal of Linguistics 26.223–226.Google Scholar
1981e
 “Back Unrounded Vowels in Eastern Algonquian”. Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 6.45–46.Google Scholar
1981f
 “Arabic Grammatical Terminology in Pedro de Alcalá [(fl.1491–1505)]”. Historiographia Linguistica 8.357–363.Google Scholar
1982a
 “Note on the Thirteenth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 48.486–488.Google Scholar
1982b
 Ed., Papers of the Thirteenth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1982c
 “General Treat’s Vocabulary of Narragansett”. Cowan 1982b.11–22.Google Scholar
1982d
 “A Note on Phonological Change in Ojibwa”. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 27.41–46.Google Scholar
1982e
 Review of John Hewson, Beothuk Vocabularies: A comparative study. ( = Technical Papers of the Newfoundland Museum , 2. St. John’s: Newfoundland Museum 1978) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 27.174–175.Google Scholar
1983a
 “The Development of Suprasegmental Inflections in Montagnais”. International Journal of American Linguistics 49.64–71.Google Scholar
1983b
 “Note on the Fourteenth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 49.346–347.Google Scholar
1983c
 Ed., Actes du quatorzième congrès des algonquinistes. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1983d
 “Marginalia Algonquiana”. Cowan 1983c.321–329.Google Scholar
1983e
 Review of Gordon M. Day, The Identity of the St. Francis Indians (= National Museum of Man Mercury Series , 71. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada 1981) International Journal of American Linguistics 49.444–445.Google Scholar
1983f
 Review of M[ichael] G. Carter, ed., Arab Linguistics: An introductory classical text with translation and notes. (= Studies in the History of Linguistics , 24. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 1981) Historiographia Linguistica 10.120–123.Google Scholar
1983g
 “Montagnais in the 17th Century”. Anthropological Linguistics 25.404–410.Google Scholar
1983f
 Review of David H. Pentland & H. Christoph Wolfart, Bibliography of Algonquian Linguistics (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press 1982) American Indian Culture and Research Journal 7.93–94.Google Scholar
1984a
 “Note on the Fifteenth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 50.251–253.Google Scholar
1984b
 Ed., Papers of the Fifteenth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1984c
 “The Indian from Olympus”. Cowan 1984b.125–134.Google Scholar
1984d
 Review of Sandra Clarke, North-West River (Sheshatshit) Montagnais: A grammatical sketch (= National Museum of Man Mercury Series , 80. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada 1982) International Journal of American Linguistics 50.247–249.Google Scholar
1984e
 “John Eliot’s [(1604–1690)] Indian Grammar”. Matériaux pour une histoire des théories linguistiques ed. by Sylvain Auroux, Michel Glatigny, André Joly, Anne Nicolas & Irène Rosier, 293–300. Lille: Presses Universitaires de Lille.Google Scholar
1984f
 “Sur quelques formes montagnaises dans la Relation du Père Paul Le Jeune [(1592–1664)]. Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics 9.6–7.Google Scholar
1984g
 “Vers l’histoire de l’obviation en montagnais”. Diachronica 1.193–202.Google Scholar
1984h
 Review of Louise Dallaire, ed., Edward Sapir’s Correspondence: An alphabetical and chronological inventory, 1910–1925 (= National Museum of Man Mercury Series, 97. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada 1984) Anthropologica n.s. 26.102–104.Google Scholar
1985a
 Review of William Bright, American Indian Linguistics and Literature (Berlin: Mouton 1984) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 30.198–200.Google Scholar
1985b
 “A Double Obviative in Montagnais”. International Journal of American Linguistics 51.379–381.Google Scholar
1985c
 (With Jaromira Rakušan) Source Book for Linguistics. Revised edition. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
1985d
 Ed., Papers of the Sixteenth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1986a
 Ed., together with Michael K. Foster & Konrad Koerner. New Perspectives on Language, Culture and Personality: Proceedings of the Edward Sapir Centenary Conference (Ottawa, 1–3 Oct. 1984) (= Studies in the History of the Language Sciences , 41.) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, xiv, 627 pp.Google Scholar
1986b
 “Note on Sixteenth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 52.429.Google Scholar
1986c
 “Note on Seventeenth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 52.430–431.Google Scholar
1986d
 Ed., Actes du dix-septième congrès des algonquinistes. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1987a
 Ed., Papers of the Eighteenth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1987b
 “Ojibwa Vocabulary in Longfellow’s Hiawatha”. Cowan 1987a.59–67.Google Scholar
1987c
 “Note on Eighteenth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 53.248–249.Google Scholar
1988a
 Review of Robert A. Hall, Jr., ed., Leonard Bloomfield: Essays on his life and work. (= Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 47. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins 1987); Leonard Bloomfield, A Leonard Bloomfield Anthology, Abridged edition ed. by Charles F. Hockett (Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1987) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 33.176–179.Google Scholar
1988b
 “Two Prayers in 17th Century Montagnais”. Journal of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association 10.16–27.Google Scholar
1988c
 Ed., Papers of the Nineteenth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1988d
 “Note on Nineteenth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 54.366–367.Google Scholar
1989a
 Ed., Actes du vingtième congrès des algonquinistes. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1989b
 “Note on Twentieth Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 55.482–483.Google Scholar
1990a
 Ed., Papers of the Twenty-first Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1990b
 “Note on Twenty-first Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 56.310–311.Google Scholar
1990c
 “Bloomfield, Structuralism, and the Algonquian Languages”. History and Historiography of Linguistics: Papers from the Fourth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences ed. by Hans-Joseph Niederehe & Konrad Koerner, 833–848. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
1990d
 Review of Ives Goddard & Kathleen Bragdon, Native Writings in Massachusett. (= Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society 185, part I and part II. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society 1988) International Journal of American Linguistics 56.586–592.Google Scholar
1990e
 Review of Paul Voorhis, Kickapoo Vocabulary. (= Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics, Memoir 6. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press 1988) American Indian Culture and Research Journal 14.99–101.Google Scholar
1991a
 Ed., Papers of the Twenty-second Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1991b
 “Philological Spadework in the Jesuit Relations: A letter in Algonquin”. Cowan 1991a.48–57.Google Scholar
1991c
 “Sapir andthe Arts andLetters Club of Ottawa”. Newsletter of the Edward Sapir Society of Japan 5.26–30. Tokyo.Google Scholar
1991d
 “Note on the Twenty-second Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 57.407–408.Google Scholar
1991e
 Review of Jacques Maurais, ed., Les langues autochtones du Québec. (= Conseil de la langue française , 35. Quebec: Les Publications du Québec 1992) Anthropological Linguistics 33.88–90. [Publishedin August 1993.]Google Scholar
1992a
Review of H. C[hristoph] Wolfart, ed., Linguistic Studies Presented to John L. Finlay. (= Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics , Memoir 8. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press 1991) American Indian Culture and Research Journal 16.194–197.Google Scholar
1992b
 Ed., Papers of the Twenty-third Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1992c
 “Cree Vocabulary in the Works of James Oliver Curwood”. Cowan 1992b.63–78.Google Scholar
1992d
 “Note on the Twenty-third Algonquian Conference”. International Journal of American Linguistics 58.353.Google Scholar
1993a
 Review of Lynn Drapeau, Dictionnaire montagnais-français (Sillery, Quebec: Presses de l’Université du Québec 1991), and Louis-Philippe Vaillancourt, Dictionnaire français-cris: Dialecte québécois (= Collection Takouerimat , 10. Sillery, Quebec: Presses de l’Université du Québec 1992).Canadian Journal of Linguistics 38.84–86.Google Scholar
1993b
 Review of Pierrre Martin, Le montagnais. Langue algonquienne du Québec (= Langues et sociétés d’Amérique traditionelles , 3. Louvain: Peeters 1991) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 38.86–88.Google Scholar
1993c
 Review of Johann Jacob Schmick, Schmick’s Mahican Dictionary. Edited by Carl Masthay. (= Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society , 197. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society 1991) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 38.89–90.Google Scholar
1993d
 Note on the Twenty-fourth Algonquian Conference. International Journal of American Linguistics 59.115–116.
1993e
 Ed., Papers of the Twenty-fourth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1994a
 Review of Alan S. Kaye, ed., Semitic Studies in Honor of Wolf Leslau on the Occasion of his Eighty-Fifth Birthday (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 1991) Canadian Journal of Linguistics 39.334–338.Google Scholar
1994b
 Ed. Actes du vingt-cinquième congrès des algonquinistes. Ottawa: Carleton University.Google Scholar
1998a
 Ed., with Michael K. Foster. In Search of New England’s Native Past: Selected essays by Gordon M. Day. Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press.Google Scholar
1998b
 (With Jaromira Rakušan). Source Book for Linguistics. Thirdrevised edition. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
1998c
 “Delaware Vocabulary in the Works of Conrad Richter”. Papers of the Twenty-ninth Algonquian Conference ed. by David H. Pentland, 74–89. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.Google Scholar
1999
 Review of E. F. K. Koerner, ed., First Person Singular III: Autobiographies by North American scholars in the language sciences (= Studies in the History of the Language Sciences , 79.) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins 1998) Historiographia Linguistica 26.436–440.Google Scholar