Dieter Kastovsky

Dieter Kastovsky

is author/editor of the following titles:

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Variation and Change in Morphology: Selected papers from the 13th International Morphology Meeting, Vienna, February 2008
Edited by Franz Rainer, Wolfgang U. Dressler, Dieter Kastovsky and Hans Christian Luschützky
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 310]  2010.  vii, 249 pp.
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Morphology and its demarcations: Selected papers from the 11th Morphology meeting, Vienna, February 2004
Edited by Wolfgang U. Dressler, Dieter Kastovsky, Oskar E. Pfeiffer and Franz Rainer
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 264]  2005.  xiv, 320 pp.

is author of the following articles:

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Kastovsky, Dieter. 2006. “Historical morphology from a typological point of view”. In Types of Variation: Diachronic, dialectal and typological interfaces, 53–80
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Kastovsky, Dieter. 2002. “The derivation of ornative, locative, ablative, privative and reversative verbs in English”. In English Historical Syntax and Morphology: Selected papers from 11 ICEHL, Santiago de Compostela, 7–11 September 2000, 99–109
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Kastovsky, Dieter. 1998. “Morphological restructuring”. In Historical Linguistics 1995: Volume 2: Germanic linguistics, 131
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Kastovsky, Dieter. 1992. “The formats change — the problems remain”. In Thirty Years of Linguistic Evolution: Studies in honour of René Dirven on the occasion of his 60th birthday, 285
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Kastovsky, Dieter. 1990. “Whatever happened to the ablaut nouns in English — and why did it not happen in German?”. In Historical Linguistics 1987: Papers from the 8th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Lille, August 30-September 4, 1987, 253
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Kastovsky, Dieter. 1990. “The interaction of semantic and formal structures in the lexicon”. In Meaning and Lexicography, 75
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Kastovsky, Dieter. 1990. “The typological status of old English word-formation”. In Papers from the 5th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, 205