John E. Joseph

John E. Joseph

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is author of the following articles:

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Joseph, John E.. 2014. “Keith Allan (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of Linguistics ”. Historiographia Linguistica  41:1, 176–180
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Joseph, John E. and Frederick J. Newmeyer. 2012. “‘All Languages Are Equally Complex’”. Historiographia Linguistica  39:2/3, 341–368
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Joseph, John E.. 2006. “12. The shifting role of languages in Lebanese Christian and Muslim identities”. In Explorations in the Sociology of Language and Religion, 165–179
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Unknown (not yet matched), and John E. Joseph. 2006. “Publications Received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene Schriften”. In New Approaches to the Study of Later Modern English, 251–262
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Unknown (not yet matched),, Jivco Boyadjiev, Thorsten Fögen, John E. Joseph and Jan Noordegraaf. 2004. “Publications Received/Ouvrages Reçus/Eingegangene Schriften”. In Linguistica Berolinensia, 485–499
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Unknown (not yet matched),, Thorsten Fögen and John E. Joseph. 2005. “Publications Received / Ouvrages Reçus / Eingegangene Schriften”. Historiographia Linguistica  32:1/2, 261–272
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Joseph, John E.. 2004. “Body, passions and race in classical theories of language and emotion”. In Emotion in Dialogic Interaction: Advances in the complex, 77
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Joseph, John E. and Unknown (not yet matched). 2003. “Publications received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene schriften”. Historiographia Linguistica  30:1/2, 247–258
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Joseph, John E.. 2002. “Is language a verb? — conceptual change in linguistics and language teaching”. In Language in Language Teacher Education, 29–47
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Joseph, John E. and Unknown (not yet matched). 2001. “Publications received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene Schriften”. Historiographia Linguistica  28:1/2, 277–290
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Joseph, John E. and Unknown (not yet matched). 2002. “Publications received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene schriften”. Historiographia Linguistica  29:1/2, 279–288
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Joseph, John E.. 1999. “Remembering James D. McCawley”. Historiographia Linguistica  26:3, 265–272
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Koerner, E.F.K. and John E. Joseph. 1999. “Publications Received / Ouvrages Reçus / Eingegangene Scheriften”. Historiographia Linguistica  26:3, 441–451
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Embleton, Sheila, John E. Joseph and Hans-Josef Niederehe. 1999. “Introduction: Problems of structuralist beginnings (and endings)”. In The Emergence of the Modern Language Sciences: Studies on the transition from historical-comparative to structural linguistics in honour of E.F.K. Koerner, ix
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Embleton, Sheila, John E. Joseph and Hans-Josef Niederehe. 1999. “Introduction: Problems of structuralist beginnings (and endings)”. In The Emergence of the Modern Language Sciences: Studies on the transition from historical-comparative to structural linguistics in honour of E.F.K. Koerner, ix
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Joseph, John E.. 1999. “The colonial linguistics of Léopold de Saussure”. In History of Linguistics 1996: Volume 1: Traditions in Linguistics Worldwide, 127
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Joseph, John E.. 1997. “1 The “Language Myth” Myth”. In Linguistics Inside Out: Roy Harris and his critics, 9
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Joseph, John E.. 1995. “Indeterminacy, translation and the law”. In Translation and the Law, 13
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Droste, Flip G. and John E. Joseph. 1991. “Introduction: Linguistic Theory and Grammatical Description”. In Linguistic Theory and Grammatical Description: Nine Current Approaches, 1
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Joseph, John E.. 1990. “The Abandonment of Nómos in Greek Linguistic Thought”. In North American Contributions to the History of Linguistics, 1
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Joseph, John E.. 1989. “Inflection and periphrastic structures in Romance”. In Studies in Romance Linguistics: Selected Proceedings from the XVII Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, 195–208