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Uriel Weinreich: Contact Linguist, Historical Linguist, and Yiddishist Par Excellence

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1. Chomsky Noam 1957 Syntactic Structures The Hague Mouton
2. Chomsky Noam 1965 Aspects of the Theory of Syntax Cambridge, MA MIT Press
3. Fishman Joshua A. 1997"“Uriel Weinreich (1926–1967): A Sociolinguistic Appreciation.”" The Early Days of Sociolinguistics: Memories and Reflections Paulston Christina Bratt, Tucker G. Richard Dallas, TX Summer Institute of Linguistics 307 313
4. Herzog Marvin I 1967"“Bibliography of Uriel Weinreich.”" Language Vol 43 2 607 610
5. Herzog Marvin I., Baviskar Vera, Kiefer Ulrike, Neumann Robert, Putschke Wolfgang, Sunshine Andrew, Weinreich Uriel 1992 The Language and Culture Atlas of Ashkenazic JewryVol vol. 1: Historical and Theoretical Foundations Tübingen Max Niemeyer Verlag and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
6. Kim Ronald I. 2011"“Uriel Weinreich and the Birth of Modern Contact Linguistics.”" Languages in Contact 2010 Chruszczewski Piotr P., Wąsik Zdzisław Wrocław Philological School of Higher Education in Wrocław 99 111
7. Kim Ronald I., Labov William 2011"“Introduction: Uriel Weinreich and the Study of Language Contact in Switzerland, 1951–2011.”" Languages in Contact: French, German and Romansh in Twentieth-Century Switzerland Weinreich Uriel Amsterdam John Benjamins xix xxviii
8. King Robert D. 1988"“The Weinreich Legacy.”" The Fifth Annual Avrom-Nokhem Stencl Lecture in Yiddish Studies Oxford Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies.
9. Labov William 1972 Sociolinguistic Patterns Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press
10. Labov William 1994-2010 Principles of Linguistic Change 3 volumes Malden, MA Blackwell/Wiley-Blackwell
11. Labov William 2006 The Social Stratification of English in New York City 2nd edition Cambridge Cambridge University Press (first edition published in 1966) [Crossref]
12. Malkiel Yakov 1968"“Necrology: Uriel Weinreich, Jakob Jud’s Last Student.”" Romance Philology Vol 22Vol 1 128 132
13. Peltz Rakhmiel 2013"“Forging a Field: Recovering Uriel Weinreich’s Research on Yiddish Culture in Eastern Europe.”" Lecture at the Max Weinreich Center YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, Center for Jewish History New York
14. Weinreich Max 1946 Hitlers profesorn: der kheylek fun der daytsher visnshaft in daytshlands farbrekhns kegn yidishn folk New York Yiddish Scientific Institute – YIVO (Translated into English in 1999, Hitler’s Professors: The Part of Scholarship in Germany’s Crimes against the Jewish People. New Haven: Yale University Press.)
15. Weinreich Max 1973 Geshikhte fun der yidisher shprakh: bagrifn, faktn, metodn New York YIVO Institute for Jewish Research (Fully translated into English in 2008, History of the Yiddish Language, Paul Glasser, ed. & Shlomo Noble, trans. New Haven: Yale University Press/ yivo Institute for Jewish Research.)
16. Weinreich Uriel 1949 College Yiddish: An Introduction to the Yiddish Language and to Jewish Life and Culture New York Yiddish Scientific Institute– YIVO
17. Weinreich Uriel 1949-1967 Uriel Weinreich Collection RG 552 YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, Center for Jewish History New York
18. Weinreich Uriel 1953 Languages in Contact: Findings and Problems New York Linguistic Circle of New York Sixth reprint, 1968. The Hague: Mouton
19. Weinreich Uriel 1954a"“Is a Structural Dialectology Possible?”" Word Vol 10 2Vol 3 388 400 [Crossref]
20. Weinreich, Uriel, 1954b The Field of Yiddish: Studies in Yiddish Language, Folklore, and Literature. New York Linguistic Circle of New York
21. Weinreich Uriel 1958"“Yiddish and Colonial German in Eastern Europe: The Differential Impact of Slavic.”" American Contributions to the Fourth International Congress of Slavicists, Moscow, 1958 The Hague Mouton 369 421
22. Weinreich Uriel 1963"“Four Riddles in Bilingual Dialectology.”" American Contributions to the Fifth International Congress of Slavists, Sofia, September 1963Vol vol. 1: Linguistic Contributions The Hague Mouton 335 359
23. Weinreich Uriel 1968 Modern English-Yiddish Yiddish-English Dictionary New York YIVO Institute for Jewish Research & McGraw-Hill
24. Weinreich Uriel 1972 Explorations in Semantic Theory The Hague Mouton [Crossref]
25. Weinreich Uriel 1980 On Semantics Labov William, Weinreich Beatrice S. Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press
26. Weinreich Uriel, Labov William, Herzog Marvin I. 1968"“Empirical Foundations for a Theory of Language Change.”" Directions for Historical Linguistics: A Symposium Lehmann W. P., Malkiel Yakov Austin University of Texas Press 95 195
27. Weiser Kalman 2013"“Coming to America: Max Weinreich and the Emergence of yivo’s American Center.”" Choosing Yiddish: New Frontiers of Language and Culture Rabinovitch Lara, Goren Shiri, Pressman Hannah S. Detroit Wayne State University Press 233 252

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