Language & History

(The TQCC of Language & History is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Lepsius as a linguist: fieldwork, philology, phonetics, and ‘the Hamitic hypothesis’5
Start afresh or return? The impact of the Reform Movement on northern German English language teaching3
Saussure’sCoursand the Monosyllabic Myth: the perception of Chinese in early linguistic theory2
Prescriptivism on its own terms. Perceptions and realities of usage in Siegenbeek’sLijst(1847)2
Explaining the foundations of global English. A review article onGlobal English and political economy, by John O’Regan (Routledge 2021)2
La voix humaine: instrument à vent ou instrument à cordes? Un parcours historique (XVIIe/XVIIIe siècles) autour de cette question2
The emergence and development of Saussurean linguistic thought and structural linguistics in Turkey1
Stanley Leathes and his influence on ‘The Leathes Report’1
Grammar–translation method? Why a history of the methods?Considerations from a Spanish perspective1
‘A philosopher’s grammar’: Henry Sweet’s ‘general’, ‘universal’, and ‘philosophical grammar’1
Early Irish grammarians and the study of speech sound1
Soviet Indology and the critique of colonial philology: the work of Aleksei Barannikov in the light of Dalit studies1
Linguistic fieldwork at the end of empire: British officials and American structuralists in Anthony Burgess’ Malayan trilogy1
Oral skills versus structural knowledge: the Reform Movement and the Grammar-Translation Method1
The notion of ‘adjective’ in the history of Pamean language descriptions1
The confessional sciences: scientific lexicography and sexology in theOxford English Dictionary1
Semiology at the service of ‘sociolinguistics’ in Charles Bally’s course notes1
Definitions, dialectic and Irish grammatical theory in Carolingian glosses on Priscian: a case study using a close and distant reading approach1
Joseph Neef (1770-1854): a forgotten pioneer of applying phonetics and regularised phonic materials to the initial teaching of literacy in English1
A Chinese textbook of Manchu and its Western translations1
Ghosts of the past: the uncanny presence of Nazi sources in post-war sociolinguistics1