Linguistics Anonymous

21 April 2006

A Lateral Kick to the Shins: Part 8

I'm done with the substantive posts on this subject, but I thought I should collect them all in order so that new readers (if we ever get any) can read them in order and better understand the sequence. I've also put up a list of references I've used in the course of this project, not all of which are mentioned in these posts. Feel free to use the comments to this post for any questions or complaints.

A Lateral Kick to the Shins: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.


Aro, J. (1955). Studien zur Mittelbabylonischen Grammatik (Studia Orientalia, 20). Helsinki: Societas orientalis Fennica.

Böhl, F. (1909). Die Sprache der Amarnabriefe mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Kanaanismen (Leipziger Semitische Studien, 5/2). Leipzig: J. C. Hinrich.

Faber, A. (1989). On the nature of Proto-Semitic *l. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 109, 33-36.

Gordon, M., Potter, B., Dawson, J., de Reuse, W., & Ladefoged, P. (2001). Phonetic structures of Western Apache. International Journal of American Linguistics, 67, 415-448.

Henderson, E. J. A. (1970). Acoustic features of certain consonants and consonant clusters in Kabardian. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 33, 92-106.

Jucquois, G. (1966). Phonétique comparée des dialects moyen-babyloniens du nord et de l’ouest (Bibliothèque du Muséon, 53). Louvain: Université de Louvain, Institut Orientaliste.

Ohala, J. J. (1993). Sound change as nature’s speech perception experiment. Speech Communication, 13, 155-161.

Steiner, R. C. (1977). The case for fricative-laterals in Proto-Semitic. New Haven: American Oriental Society.


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