Richard D. Janda
Richard D. Janda
Visiting Scholar, Dept. of French & Italian, Indiana University
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The handbook of historical linguistcs
BD Joseph, RD Janda
Blackwell, 2003
675*2003
On language, change, and language change – or, of history, linguistics, and historical linguistics
RD Janda, BD Joseph
Handbook of historical linguistics, 3-180, 2003
672*2003
Introduction: Conceptions of grammaticalization and their problems
L Campbell, R Janda
Language Sciences 23, 93-112, 2000
589*2000
Beyond “pathways” and “unidirectionality”: On the discontinuity of language transmission and the counterability of grammaticalization
RD Janda
Language sciences 23 (2-3), 265-340, 2000
2652000
The how and why of diachronic morphologization and demorphologization
BD Joseph, RD Janda
Theoretical morphology, 193-210, 1988
1541988
Reconsidering the canons of sound-change
RD Janda, BD Joseph
Historical Linguistics 2001: Selected Papers from the 15th International …, 2003
1022003
Implications of process-morphology for categorial grammar
J Hoeksema, RD Janda
Categorial grammars and natural language structures, 199-247, 1988
881988
On the decline of declensional systems: the overall loss of OE nominal case inflections and the ME reanalysis of -es as his
RD Janda
Papers from the 4th international conference on historical linguistics, 243-253, 1980
851980
“Phonologization” as the start of dephoneticization — Or, on sound-change and its aftermath: Of extension, generalization, lexicalization, and morphologization
RD Janda
The handbook of historical linguistics, 401-422, 2003
79*2003
Note‐taking English as a simplified register
RD Janda
Discourse processes 8 (4), 437-454, 1985
651985
Quantitative evidence, qualitative hypercorrection, sociolinguistic variables – and French speakers' 'eadhaches with English h/ุ
RD Janda, J Auger
Language & Communication 12 (3), 195-236, 1992
581992
Why morphological metathesis rules are rare: On the possibility of historical explanation in linguistics
RD Janda
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (1984) 10, 2011
45*2011
The Modern Greek negator mi(n)(-) as a morphological constellation
RD Janda, BD Joseph
Greek linguistics’ 97: Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on …, 1999
44*1999
Morphemes aren't something that grows on trees: Morphology as more the phonology than the syntax of words
RD Janda
Papers from the parasession on the interplay of phonology, morphology, and …, 1983
421983
Frequency, markedness and morphological change: On predicting the spread of noun-plural -s in Modern High German and West Germanic
RD Janda
Proceedings of the 7th Eastern States Conference on Linguistics 1990, 136-153, 1990
391990
One rule or many? Sanskrit reduplication as fragmented affixation
RD Janda, BD Joseph
Ohio State University. Department of Linguistics, 1986
371986
A case of liberation from morphology into syntax: the fate of the English genitive-marker -(e)s
RD Janda
Syntactic Change. Natural Language Studies 25, 59-114, 1981
371981
On the motivation for an evolutionary typology of sound-structural rules
RD Janda
University of California, Los Angeles, 1987
361987
Accounts of phonemic split have been greatly exaggerated – but not enough
RD Janda
Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 1, 329-332, 1999
341999
The handbook of historical linguistics
J Bybee, BD Joseph, RD Janda
Blackwell, 2003
312003
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