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
On language, change, and language change – or, of history, linguistics, and historical linguistics
RD Janda, BD Joseph
Handbook of historical linguistics, 3-180, 2003
Introduction: Conceptions of grammaticalization and their problems
L Campbell, R Janda
Language Sciences 23, 93-112, 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
The how and why of diachronic morphologization and demorphologization
BD Joseph, RD Janda
Theoretical morphology, 193-210, 1988
Reconsidering the canons of sound-change
RD Janda, BD Joseph
Historical Linguistics 2001: Selected Papers from the 15th International …, 2003
Implications of process-morphology for categorial grammar
J Hoeksema, RD Janda
Categorial grammars and natural language structures, 199-247, 1988
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
“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
Note‐taking English as a simplified register
RD Janda
Discourse processes 8 (4), 437-454, 1985
Quantitative evidence, qualitative hypercorrection, sociolinguistic variables – and French speakers' 'eadhaches with English h/ุ
RD Janda, J Auger
Language & Communication 12 (3), 195-236, 1992
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
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
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
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
One rule or many? Sanskrit reduplication as fragmented affixation
RD Janda, BD Joseph
Ohio State University. Department of Linguistics, 1986
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
On the motivation for an evolutionary typology of sound-structural rules
RD Janda
University of California, Los Angeles, 1987
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
The handbook of historical linguistics
J Bybee, BD Joseph, RD Janda
Blackwell, 2003
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