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This front matter section of the book Ingham of Arabia: A Collection of Articles Presented as a Tribute to the Career of Bruce Ingham presents the table of contents, preface and the bibliography of Bruce Ingham. Bruce began his research career with a series of articles in the 'house journal', Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Two of these, published in 1973 and 1976, were on the Arabic dialects of southern Iraq and Khuzistan. At this point, southern Iraq was still largely terra incognita to Arabic dialectology. Bruce's presentation and linguistic terminology immediately marked him as a product of the Firthian 'London School of Linguistics', which also produced such luminaries as Michael Halliday.

Keywords: Bruce Ingham; linguistic terminology



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