Library and Information Sources in Linguistics

This series supplies both librarians and scholars working in the field of language study with useful reference works. LISL publishes bibliographical works devoted to a particular subject, important linguistic doctrine or school, or outstanding scholar. Other reference works, including biographies, guides to the study of particular languages, etc. will be considered as well.
Board
General Editor
Advisory Editorial Board
Frank Di Trolio | Gainesville, Fla.
Mark Janse | Gent
Joseph L. Subbiondo | San Fransisco, Calif.
Matsuji Tajima | Fukuoka, Japan
Volumes
28
Compiled by Peter Bakker and Yaron Matras
2003. xxviii, 366 pp.
27
Raymond Hickey
2002. xii, 541 pp. (incl. CD-Rom)
26
Manfred Görlach
1998. x, 395 pp.
25
Reinhard Köhler
1995. lii, 780 pp.
24
Joseph F. Kess and Tadao Miyamoto
1994. xii, 355 pp.
23
Mauro A. Fernández
1993. lii, 472 pp.
22
Joel A. Nevis, Brian D. Joseph, Dieter Wanner and Arnold M. Zwicky
1994. xxxviii, 274 pp.
21
Rosemarie Whitney Ostler
1992. viii, 192 pp.
20
Compiled by Jean-Pierre van Noppen and Edith Hols
1990. iv, 342 pp.
19
Compiled by Rudolph C. Troike
1990. xxii, 473 pp.
18
Compiled by Robert Beard and Bogdan Szymanek
1988. xiv, 193 pp.
17
Compiled by Jean-Pierre van Noppen
1985. x, 497 pp.
16
Compiled by Achim Eschbach and Viktoria Eschbach-Szabó
1986. 948 pp. Bound in 2 vols.
15
John C. McKay
1984. xviii, 239 pp.
14
Compiled by Hans W. Dechert, Monika Brüggemeier and Dietmar Fütterer
1984. xiv, 488 pp.
13
Compiled by Matsuji Tajima
1988. xxxii, 391 pp.
12
Bernd Spillner
1991. xxxix, 552 pp.
11
Compiled by E.F.K. Koerner and Matsuji Tajima
1986. xi, 217 pp.
9
Joan Leopold
1983. clii, 438 pp.
8
Claude Guimier
1981. viii, 244 pp.
7
Garland Cannon
1979. xiv, 73 pp.
6
John C. McKay
1979. xviii, 126 pp.
5
John Laver
1979. viii, 225 pp.
4
Jef Verschueren
1978. xvi, 270 pp.
3
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2
Conrad Sabourin
1977. vii, 208 pp.
1
Raimo Anttila and Warren A. Brewer
1977. xiv, 50 pp.
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