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Director Eric Landowski, Paolo Fabbri and Herman Parret
Series discontinued after volume 6.
Advances in Organization Studies
General Editor: Stewart R. Clegg and Ralph Stablein
This series includes cutting-edge theoretical and empirical books on comparative management and intercultural comparison, studies of organizational culture, communication, and aesthetics, as well as in the area of interorganizational collaboration – strategic alliances, joint ventures, networks and collaborations of... full description
Amsterdam Classics in Linguistics, 1800–1925
General Editor: E.F.K. Koerner †
Amsterdam Classics in Linguistics has been established to provide the student of language sciences with significant original sources constituting the ‘capital of ideas’ on which modern linguists have built. The series offers new editions of important – though nowadays often inaccessible – 19th and early 20th century... full description
Best of Language Learning
Vols. 1 and 2
Classics in Psycholinguistics
General Editor: E.F.K. Koerner †
This series provides students with new editions of seminal works from Europe and America which appeared during the last quarter of the 19th and the early decades of the 20th century, when psycholinguistics emerged as an important area of interdisciplinary study.
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Language, Discourse and Ideology
Edited by Iris M. Zavala and Myriam Díaz-Diocaretz
Edited by Mihai Spariosu and Giuseppe Mazzotta
Dialogues on Work and Innovation
Edited by Werner Fricke
The book series presents empirically based studies as well as theoretical discussions on the practice of organizational renewal. Its publications reflect the increasingly urgent need for the development of new forms of work organization. In today’s interdependent world workplace reform and orgnizational effectiveness... full description
Document Design Companion Series
Edited by Jan Renkema, Maria Laura Pardo and Ruth Wodak
This series focuses on the internal and external communication of medium-sized to multinational corporations, governmental bodies, non-profit organizations, as well as media, health care, educational and legal institutions, etc.Monographs in the series cover aspects of (electronic) discourse – written, spoken and... full description
Foundations of Semiotics
General Editor: Achim Eschbach
Vols. 1–25 (Series discontinued). This series has been established in order to provide a forum for fundamental research in the field of semiotics.
German Language and Literature Monographs
Edited by Wolfgang W. Moelleken
Vols. 1–12 (Series discontinued). This series contains critical studies (including dissertations), editions, and translations pertaining to all aspects of German language and literature.
Kanonistische Studien und Texte
Edited by Georg May and Anna Engler
Vols 1–38 price quotation upon request (Series discontinued).
Language International World Directory
The Language International World Directory is a series of international listings on subjects pertaining to language related practice such as language policy and planning, training, translation, modern tools for teaching, lexicography, terminology, etc.
Linguistic and Literary Studies in Eastern Europe
Edited by Petr Sgall and Eva Hajičová
Editors: Petr Sgall and Eva Hajicová. Vols. 1–42. The emphasis of this series is on recent developments in linguistic research in the functional and structural tradition; it includes analyses, translations, and syntheses of current research as well as studies in the history of linguistic scholarship. As of vol. 43 the... full description
Nouveaux Actes Sémiotiques
Vols. 1 & 2 (Series discontinued).
Pragmatics & Beyond
Edited by Herman Parret and Jef Verschueren
From 1980–1986 texts in Pragmatics & Beyond were published at irregular intervals. The series then evolved into Pragmatics & Beyond New Series.
Pragmatics & Beyond Companion Series
Edited by Herman Parret and Jacob L. Mey
A companion series to Pragmatics & Beyond consisting of larger monographs and collective volumes. As of 1988 the Companion Series has been merged with Pragmatics & Beyond into Pragmatics & Beyond New Series.
Prague Linguistic Circle Papers / Travaux du cercle linguistique de Prague N.S.
Edited by Eva Hajičová and Petr Sgall
Purdue University Monographs in Romance Languages
Edited by Howard Mancing, Enrique Caracciolo-Trejo, Djelal Kadir, Allan H. Pasco and Allen G. Wood
Vols. 1–42. (From volume 42 onwards this series will be published by Purdue University Press). This series contains critical studies, editions, and translations pertaining to all aspects of Romance languages and literature.
Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory
Edited by Frank Drijkoningen
The yearly venues of both ‘Going Romance’ and ‘Linguistic Symposium on Romance languages’ feature research in formal linguistics of Romance languages, in the domains of syntax, morphology, phonology and semantics. Each volume brings together a peer-reviewed selection of papers that were presented at one of the... full description
Schriften zur Philosophie der Differenz
Edited by Heinz Kimmerle
Vols. 1–5. (Series discontinued)
Edited by Paolo Fabbri, Herman Parret, Paul Perron and Eric Landowski
Vols. 1–7 (Series discontinued).
Edited by Sorin Alexandrescu and Herman Parret
Vols. 1 & 2 (Series discontinued).
Studies in Discourse and Grammar
Edited by Sandra A. Thompson
Studies in Discourse and Grammar is a monograph series providing a forum for research on grammar as it emerges from and is accounted for by discourse contexts. The assumption underlying the series is that corpora reflecting language as it is actually used are necessary, not only for the verification of grammatical... full description
Studies in Generative Linguistic Analysis
Edited by Noam Chomsky, Joseph E. Emonds, Didier L. Goyvaerts, Carlos P. Otero and Elisabeth Selkirk
This series offers studies in linguistics that further our understanding of the language faculty of the mind. They are selected on the basis of theoretical interest and on how forcefully the evidence presented supports the analysis. Preference is given to original intensive research within the framework of the thesis... full description
Studies in Speech Pathology and Clinical Linguistics
Edited by Martin J. Ball and Raymond D. Kent
Provides a platform for the development of academic debate and inquiry into the related fields of speech pathology and clinical linguistics.
Studies in the Sciences of Language Series
General Editor: Didier L. Goyvaerts
This series brings volumes -- monographs and collections -- on topics in present-day linguistics.Formerly: Story-Scientia Linguistica Series.
University of Pennsylvania Studies on South Asia
Edited by Rosane Rocher
Utrecht Publications in General and Comparative Literature
Edited by Hans Bertens, Douwe W. Fokkema †, Harald Hendrix, Joost J. Kloek, Sophie Levie and Ann Rigney
Viennese Heritage/Wiener Erbe
Edited by Achim Eschbach and H. Walter Schmitz