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Kenneth L. Pike (1912–2000)

The Writings of Kenneth L. Pike: A Bibliography

Joan Spanne and Mary Ruth Wise, compilers

Introduction

Kenneth L. Pike's writings span sixty-five years and encompass numerous topics and genres. Whereas Ruth Brend's 1987 bibliography, Brend, Ruth M., comp. 1987. Kenneth Lee Pike Bibliography. Arcadia Bibliographica Virorum Eruditorum, fasc. 10. Bloomington, Ind.: EUROLINGUA, Eurasian Linguistic Association., organizes Dr. Pike's writings as linguistic, religious, or poetic, distinguishing books, articles, and other media, here the compilers felt it appropriate to present them in a simple chronological order. Many of Pike's writings defy categorization, interweaving exposition of linguistic theory, lively exhortation, and expression of deep faith-and sometimes doubt. In other words, they reflect his hallmark, the integration of faith and scholarly endeavor, the one life of heart and mind together. Among Pike's works are more than thirty books (authored or edited), over two hundred scholarly articles, another ninety articles for popular magazines, eight poetry collections, and numerous other works-Scripture translations, individual poems, instruction workbooks, video and audio recordings.

An explanation of some typographic conventions might assist the reader: where Pike alone authored the work, no explicit indication of authorship is given in the citation; where he coauthored or coedited a work, all authors/editors are listed in parentheses ( ); where the author(s) were not attributed on the original work itself, they are listed in square brackets [ ]. Finally, notes of subsequent editions, republications, reprintings, or relations to other works are given following the citation, again in square brackets. We are indebted to David Irwin, Vurnell Cobbey, and Ardella Olson for their painstaking efforts in helping to compile this bibliography.

1937

Likenesses, differences and variation of phonemes in Mexican Indian languages and how to find them. Investigaciones Lingüísticas 4:134-139.

Una leyenda mixteca. Investigaciones Lingüísticas 4:262-270.

1938

Phonemic worksheet. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. [Reprinted (1977) in Grammatical Analysis, 469-474.]

Practical suggestions toward a common orthography for Indian languages of Mexico for education of the natives within their own tongues. Investigaciones Lingüísticas 5:86-97.

1941

A reconstruction of phonetic theory. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, 229 pp.

1942

Pronunciation. Vol. 1 of An intensive course in English for Latin-American students 1. Ann Arbor, Mich.: English Language Institute. 123 pp. [Pedagogical materials rewritten and incorporated in An intensive course in English for Latin-American students, by Charles C. Fries and staff (1943); research materials revised and incorporated in The intonation of American English (1945).]

1943

Phonetics: A critical analysis of phonetic theory and a technic for the practical description of sounds. University of Michigan Publications in Language and Literature 21. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. ix, 182 pp. [Reprinted with corrections (1944).]

Taxemes and immediate constituents. Language 19:65-82. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 11-31. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Tone languages: The nature of tonal systems, with a technique for the analysis of their significant pitch contrasts. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 121 pp. [Rev. ed. (1945), xi, 159 pp.]

1944

Analysis of a Mixteco text. International Journal of American Linguistics 10:113-138.

1945

Mock Spanish of a Mixteco Indian. International Journal of American Linguistics 11:219-224.

The intonation of American English. University of Michigan Publications in Linguistics 1. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. xi, 200 pp. [Repub. (1946-1949, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1992).]

(With Aileen Traver and Virginia French). Step-by-step procedure for marking limited intonation with its related features of pause, stress and rhythm. In Charles C. Fries (ed.), Teaching and learning English as a foreign language, 62-74. Publication of the English Language Institute, University of Michigan, 1. Ann Arbor.

Tone puns in Mixteco. International Journal of American Linguistics 11:129-139.

1946

Another Mixteco tone pun. International Journal of American Linguistics 12:22-24. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 57-61. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

The flea: Melody types and perturbations in a Mixtec song. Tlalocan 2:128-133.

Phonemic pitch in Maya. International Journal of American Linguistics 12:82-88.

(KLP and Ángel Merecías). Cuendú ñanga [Reader]. México, D.F.: Instituto Lingüístico de Verano. 15 pp.

(Donald Stark, Evelyn G. Pike, KLP, and Ángel Merecías). Cuendú ndaa [True tales]. México, D.F.: Instituto Lingüístico de Verano. 31 pp.

1947

God's guidance and your life work. His 7(1):19-28. [Repub. (1955) Santa Ana, Calif.: Wycliffe Bible Translators.]

Grammatical prerequisites to phonemic analysis. Word 3:155-172. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 32-50. The Hague: Mouton (1972); Valerie Becker Makkai (ed.), Phonological theory: Evolution and current practice, 153-165. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1972); Erik C. Fudge (ed.), Phonology: Selected readings, 115-135. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books (1973)].

On the phonemic status of English diphthongs. Language 23:151-159. [Repub. in Valerie Becker Makkai (ed.), Phonological theory: Evolution and current practice, 145-151. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1972).]

Phonemics: A technique for reducing languages to writing. University of Michigan Publications Linguistics 3. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan (1947), xvi, 254 pp.; [Repub. (1961, 1963), xx, 254 pp.; revision and expansion of 1943 mimeographed version, revised also in 1945, 1946.]

A text involving inadequate Spanish of Mixteco Indians. International Journal of American Linguistics 13:251-257.

(KLP and Eunice V. Pike). Immediate constituents of Mazateco syllables. International Journal of American Linguistics 13:78-91. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 62-83. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

[KLP, Donald S. Stark, and Ángel Merecías]. Tūhun vāha rū chaa makū (El Santo Evangelio según San Marcos). Mexico: Sociedad Bíblica Americana. 84 pp. [Rev. ed. (2000), 76 pp. Beth Merrill, rev.]

[KLP and Donald S. Stark]. Yāhá kúu kartá jā ní chaa pálú ápoxlí nuū ñáy٨v٨ ñúū filipó (La Epístola del Apóstol San Pablo a los Filipenses). Mexico: Sociedad Bíblica Americana. 16 pp.

1948

Living on manna. The Sunday School Times (May 1), 3-4.

Problems in the teaching of practical phonemics. Language Learning 1(2):3-8.

Tone languages: A technique for determining the number and type of pitch contrasts in a language, with studies in tonemic substitution and fusion. University of Michigan Publications in Linguistics 4. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. xii, 187 pp.

(Donald Sinclair and KLP). The tonemes of Mezquital Otomi. International Journal of American Linguistics 14:91-98.

1948-1949

Cuento mixteco de un conejo, un coyote y la luna. Revista Mexicana de Estudios Antropológicos 10:133-134.

1949

A problem in morphology-syntax division. Acta Linguistica 5:125-138. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 74-84. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

(KLP and Charles C. Fries). Coexistent phonemic systems. Language 25:25-50. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 51-73. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

1950

Axioms and procedures for reconstructions in comparative linguistics: An experimental syllabus. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. 25 pp. [Rev. ed. (1957) 32 pp.]

[KLP and Donald S. Stark]. Yāhá cácuu carta jā ní chaa San Juan apóstol (Las Epístolas de San Juan Apóstol). Mexico: npl. 33 pp.

1951

The problems of unwritten languages in education. In Report in UNESCO Meeting of Experts in the Use of Vernacular Languages, 27 pp. Paris.

We'll tell them, but in what language? His 12(2):8-11, 14.

[KLP, Donald S. Stark, and Ángel Merecías]. El Nuevo Testamento de nuestro señor Jesucristo (Testamento jaa maa jitoho-yo Jesucristo). Cuernavaca: Tipografía Indígena. 365 pp.

1952

More on grammatical prerequisites. Word 8:106-121. [Repub. in Valerie Becker Makkai (ed.), Phonological theory: Evolution and current practice, 211-223. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1952)].

Operational phonemics in reference to linguistic relativity. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 24:618-625. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 85-99. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

1953

Intonational analysis of a Rumanian sentence. Cahiers Sextil Puscariu 2:59-60.

A note on allomorph classes and tonal technique. International Journal of American Linguistics 19:101-105.

1954

Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior, part 1. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. 170 pp. [Preliminary ed.]

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Laboratory manual for Pike's Phonemics. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. 156 pp.

1955

Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior, part 2. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. [Preliminary ed.] 85 pp.

Meaning and hypostasis. In Ruth H. Weinstein (ed.), Report of the 6th Annual Round Table Meeting on Linguistics and Language Teaching, 134-141. Monograph Series on Languages and Linguistics 8. Washington, D.C: Georgetown University Press. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 100-105. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

(KLP and Eunice V. Pike). Live issues in descriptive linguistics. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. iv, 23 pp. [2nd rev. ed. (1960) iv, 41 pp.]

1956

As correntes da linguística norteamericana. Revista Brasileira de Filologia 2:207-216.

Towards a theory of the structure of human behavior. In Estudios antropológicos publicados en homenaje al doctor Manuel Gamio, 659-671. Mexico. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 106-116. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

(KLP and Willard Kindberg). A problem in multiple stresses. Word 12:415-428. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 212-226. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

1957

Abdominal pulse types in some Peruvian languages. Language 33:30-35. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 204-211. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

Gold, frankincense and myrrh. The King's Business 48(12):16-17.

Grammemic theory. General Linguistics 2:35-41.

Grammemic theory in reference to restricted problems of morpheme classes. International Journal of American Linguistics 23:119-128.

Prescription for intellectuals. Eternity 8(8):11, 44-45.

Slots and classes in the hierarchical structure of behavior (Language and life, part 2). Bibliotheca Sacra 114:255-262. [W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship for 1956, Dallas Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Theology.]

A stereoscopic window on the world (Language and life, part 1). Bibliotheca Sacra 114:141-156. [W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship for 1956, Dallas Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Theology.]

A training device for translation theory and practice (Language and life, part 3). Bibliotheca Sacra 114:347-362. [W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship for 1956, Dallas Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Theology.]

Why I believe in God. His 18(2):3-7, 32-33.

(David Beasley and KLP). Notes on Huambisa phonemics. Lingua Posnaniensis 6:1-8.

[KLP and Donald S. Stark]. Tuhun vaha ni chaa San Juan (El Santo Evangelio según San Juan). Cuernavaca: Tipografía Indígena. 63 pp.

1958

Discussion of reports on "The importance of distribution versus other criteria in linguistic analysis," by Paul Diderichsen and Henning Spang-Hanssen. In Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Linguists, 204-205. Oslo: Oslo University Press.

Flaming candle. His 18(7):30. [Poem.]

The individual. Eternity 9(9):18-19

Interpenetration of phonology, morphology and syntax. In Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Linguists, vol. 2, 363-371. Oslo: Oslo University Press.

Language and Life. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. [43 pp.]. [Reprint of essays in Bibliotheca Sacra (1957-1958); W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship for 1956, Dallas Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Theology.]

On tagmemes, née gramemes. International Journal of American Linguistics 24:273-278.

Serving our colleagues. His 18(5):5-7.

The sin of independence. His 18(8):5-7.

Tristructural units of human behavior (Language and life, part 4). Bibliotheca Sacra 115:36-43. [W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship for 1956, Dallas Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Theology.]

(Esther Matteson and KLP). Non-phonemic transition vocoids in Piro (Arawak). Miscellanea Phonetica 3:22-30.

1959

Cause and effect in the Christian life. His 20(1):32-34.

Finishing the sentence-a linguistic parable. His 19(6):39-40.

Intellectual idolatry. His 19(5):5-6.

Language as particle, wave and field. Texas Quarterly 2(2):37-54. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend(ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 129-143. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

A linguistic parable. His 19(6):39-40.

Our own tongue wherein we were born (The work of the Wycliffe Bible Translators and Summer Institute of Linguistics). The Bible Translator 10(2):3-15.

Walking. The King's Business 50(4):10-11.

Why the angels are curious. The King's Business 50(9):12-13.

(KLP, Ralph P. Barrett, and Burton Bascom). Instrumental collaboration on a Tepehuan (Uto-Aztecan) pitch problem. Phonetica 3:1-22.

(Rachel Saint and KLP). Notas sobre fonémica huarani ('Auca'). In Estudios acerca de las lenguas huarani (auca), shimigae y zápara, 4-17. Publicaciones Científicas del Ministerio de Educación del Ecuador. Quito: Ministerio de Educación.

1960

Building sympathy. Practical Anthropology 7:250-252.

Foreword to Cakchiquel grammar by William Cameron Townsend. In Benjamin Elson, (ed.), Mayan Studies I, 3-8. Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the University of Oklahoma.

Language in Relation to a Unified Theory of the Structure of Human Behavior, part 3. Glendale, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. [Preliminary ed., 146 pp.]

Linguistic research as pedagogical support. In John G. Broder (ed.), Papers of the National Conference on the Teaching of African Languages and Area Studies, 32-39. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.

Nucleation. Modern Language Journal 44:291-295. [Repub. in ILT News 6:1-5 (1961); Philippine Journal for Language Teaching 1:1-7 (1963); in Harold B. Allen (ed.), Teaching English as a Second Language, 67-74, New York: McGraw-Hill (1965); in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 144-150, The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Players. His 20(9):41-42.

Toward a theory of change and bilingualism. Studies in Linguistics 15:1-7.

When failure is success. The Alliance Witness 95(21):5.

Why there is a moral code. The King's Business 51(10):10-11.

[KLP and Donald S. Stark]. Ja ni casaha chaa apóstol (Los Hechos de los Apóstoles). Cuernavaca: Tipografía Indígena. 99 pp.

1961

Compound affixes in Ocaina. Language 37:570-581.

Language and meaning: Strange dimensions of truth. Christianity Today 5:690-692. [Repub. in K.L. Pike, With heart and mind, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans (1962), pp. 46-53; in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 301-306. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Stimulating and resisting change. Practical Anthropology 8:267-274. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings,151-159. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Strange dimensions of truth. Christianity Today 5:690-692. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 301-306. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

(Arthur Glasser and KLP). Current strategy in missions: Two proposals. His 9(12):1-15.

(KLP and Milton Warkentin). Huave: A study in syntactic tone with low lexical functional load. In Benjamin F. Elson and Juan Comas (eds.), A William Cameron Townsend en el vigésimoquinto aniversario del Instituto Lingüístico de Verano, 627-642. Mexico. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 153-172. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

1961-1962

(Arthur Glasser and KLP). Current strategy in missions. A series of articles in His 22(1):8-14; 22(2):2-5, 21-23; 22(3):15-16, 21; 22(4):29-31, 25-28, 21.

1962

Dimensions of grammatical constructions. Language 38:221-244. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings,160-185. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Left-handed. His 22(9):36-47.

Practical phonetics of rhythm waves. Phonetica 8:9-30. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 11-32. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

With heart and mind: A personal synthesis of scholarship and devotion. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans. xii, 140 pp. [Repub. 1996. Duncanville, Tex.: Adult Learning Systems.]

(Rachel Saint and KLP). Auca phonemics. In Benjamin F. Elson (ed.), Studies in Ecuadorian Indian Languages 1, 2-30. Linguistic Series 7. Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the University of Oklahoma.

1963

Choices in course design. In Mandelbaum, Lasker and Albert (eds.), The teaching of anthropology, 315-332. American Anthropological Association Memoir 94. Menasha: American Anthropological Association.

The hierarchical and social matrix of suprasegmentals. Prace Filologiczne 18:95-104.

Modern Christianity's crucial junctures [a note in a list of comments by scholars]. Christianity Today 8(1):32.

A syntactic paradigm. Language 39:216-230. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Advances in tagmemics, 235-249. Amsterdam: North-Holland (1974); in Andrew B. Gonzalez and others (eds.), Readings in Philippine linguistics, 583-600. Manila: Linguistic Society of the Philippines (1973).]

Theoretical implications of matrix permutation in Fore (New Guinea). Anthropological Linguistics 5(8):1-23.

(KLP and Graham K. Scott). Pitch accent and non-accented phrases in Fore (New Guinea). Zeitschrift für Phonetik, Sprachwissenschaft und Kom- munikationsforschung 16:179-189. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 173-186. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

1964

Beyond the sentence. College Composition and Communication 15:129-135. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 192-199. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Discourse analysis and tagmeme matrices. In Elmer Wolfenden (ed.), Papers on Philippines Linguistics by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics. Oceanic Linguistics 3(1):5-26. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Advances in Tagmemics, 285-305. Amsterdam: North-Holland (1974).]

A linguistic contribution to composition: A hypothesis. College Composition and Communication 15:82-88.

Man or robot. Eternity 15(2):9-11, 46.

Name fusions as high-level particles in matrix theory. Linguistics 6:83-91.

On systems of grammatical structure. In Horace G. Lunt (ed.), Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Linguists, Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 27-31, 1962, 145-154. Janua Linguarum, series maior 12. The Hague: Mouton. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 200-208. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Onseigaku. Tokyo: Kenkyusha Press. (Kunihiko Imai, translator; translation of Phonetics 1943)

Stress trains in Auca. In D. Abercrombie (ed.), In honour of Daniel Jones: Papers contributed on the occasion of his eightieth birthday, 12 September 1961, 425-431. London: Longmans, Green. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 186-191. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

(KLP and Alton L. Becker). Progressive neutralization in dimensions of Navaho stem matrices. International Journal of American Linguistics 30:144-154.

(KLP and Barbara E. Hollenbach). Conflated field structures in Potawatomi and in Arabic. International Journal of American Linguistics 30:201-212. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Advances in Tagmemics, 135-146. Amsterdam: North Holland (1974).]

(KLP and Mildred L. Larson). Hyperphonemes and non-systematic features of Aguaruna phonemics. In A. H. Marckwardt (ed.), Studies in languages and linguistics in honor of Charles C. Fries, 55-67. Ann Arbor, Mich.: English Language Institute. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected Writings, 209-220. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

1965

Christianity and science. The Church Herald 22(4):4-6.

Language: Where science and poetry meet. College English 26:283-292. [Repub. in Sanford R. Rader and Susan G. Rader (eds.), Language and literature for composition: Introductory readings, 504-512. New York: Crowell (1973).]

Non-linear order and anti-redundancy in German morphological matrices. Zeitschrift für Mundartforschung 32:193-221.

On the grammar of intonation. In E. Zwirner and W. Bethge (eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Münster 1964, 105-119. Basel: S. Karger. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 33-44. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

1966

Crushed. Translation (Spring), 12. [Poem]

The disillusioned scholar. The Church Herald 23:15, 30.

God in history. The Church Herald 23(2):4-5, 22.

A guide to publications related to tagmemic theory. In Thomas A. Sebeok (ed.), Theoretical Foundations, 365-394. Current Trends in Linguistics 3. The Hague: Mouton.

(Editor). Tagmemic and matrix linguistics applied to selected African languages. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Center for Research on Language and Language Behavior: U.S. Dept of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, Bureau of Research, Final Report, Contract OE-5-14-065. [Repub. in Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Linguistics and Related Fields 23-appendix omitted. Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the University of Oklahoma (1970) 122 pp.].

Tempted to quit. The Church Herald 23(6):14-15. [Repub. in The Christian Athlete Feb. 1968, 11.]

1967

Abraham, my father. The Alliance Witness 102(25):9, 19.

The courage to face tension. The Church Herald 24(21):11.

Etic and emic standpoints for the description of behavior. In Donald C. Hildum, (ed.), Language and thought: An enduring problem in psychology, 32-39. Princeton, N.J.: D Van Norstrand Company. [Reprint from Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior, part 1, pp. 8-12.]

Grammar as wave. In Edward J. Blansitt, Jr. (ed.), Report of the 18th Annual Round Table Meeting on Linguistics and Language Studies, 1-14. Monograph Series on Languages and Linguistics 20. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 231-241. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior. Janua Linguarum, series maior, 24. The Hague: Mouton. 762 pp. [second rev. ed.]

Meaning. In Donald C. Hildum (ed.), Language and thought: An enduring problem in psychology, 140-152. Princeton, N.J.: D. Van Norstrand Company. [Reprint from Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior, part 3, pp. 89-93.]

Stir, change, create. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Wm. B. Eerdmans. 164 pp. [Cover title adds: Poems & essays in contemporary mood for concerned students; several selections repub. in Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, ed. by Ruth M. Brend. The Hague: Mouton (1972), pp. 307-320.]

Suprasegmentals in reference to phonemes of item, of process, and of relation. In To honor Roman Jakobson: Essays on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, 11 October 1966, 1545-1554. Janua Linguarum, series maior 31-33. The Hague: Mouton. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 45-56. Basel: S. Karger (1975).]

Tongue-root position in practical phonetics. Phonetica 17:129-140. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 221-230. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

[KLP and Donald S. Stark]. Tuhun vaha ni chaa San Juan jiin uni carta ni chaa San Juan (El Santo Evangelio según San Juan y las cartas de San Juan). Mexico: Sociedad Bíblica de México. 114 pp.

1968

The day before Christmas. Overflow 2(1):8 [Poem].

How to make an index. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 83:991-993.

Indirect vs. direct discourse in Bariba. In E. M. Zale (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on Language and Language Behavior, 165-173. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Intergenerational cleavage. Translation 3(1):4-5.

In war-or fuss. Overflow 2(1):16 [Poem].

Mental tension. The King's Business 58(2):30-31.

Mission and social concern [a letter to the editor]. His 28(March):26.

Not by bread alone. The Church Herald (May), 11. [Poem].

Pre-literate tribe. Translation (Jan-Feb), 2.

Professor Charles C. Fries. Language Learning 18:1-2.

Review of You! Jonah! (by J. T. Carlisle). Christianity Today 13(2):22-23.

Termites and eternity. His 28(7):4-5.

(KLP and Gillian Jacobs). Matrix permutation as a heuristic device in the analysis of the Bimoba verb. Lingua 21:321-345. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings, 242-262. The Hague: Mouton (1972).]

1969

Fear. His 29(9):13 [Two poems].

Language as behavior and etic and emic standpoints for the description of behavior. In E. F. Borgatta (ed.), Social psychology: Readings and perspective, 114-131. Chicago: Rand, McNally. [Repub. from Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior.]

(KLP and Ivan Lowe). Pronominal reference in English conversation and discourse: A group theoretical treatment. Folia Linguistica 3:68-106.

1970

Five poems. In Arthur J Bronstein., Claude L. Shaver, and Cj[sic] Stevens (eds.), Essays in honor of Claude M. Wise, 65-72. Hannibal, Mo.: Standard Printing Co.

Good out of a student strike [a letter to the editor]. The Church Herald 27(18):17.

Guest editorial: On finding God's role for you. Missionary Messenger 45(8):24, 23.

The role of nuclei of feet in the analysis of tone in Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal. In León, Faure, and Rigault (eds.), Prosodic feature analysis / Analyse des faits prosodique. Studia Phonetica 3:153-164. [Repub. in Austin Hale and Kenneth L. Pike (eds.), Tone systems of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal 1: Studies on tone and phonological segments, 37-48. (1970).]

(Eileen Edmondson and KLP). Ranking in singular-plural prefix pairs. In Kenneth L. Pike (ed.), Tagmemic and matrix linguistics applied to selected African languages, 75-78. Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Linguistics and Related Fields 23. Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the University of Oklahoma.

(Austin Hale and KLP, editors). Tone systems of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal 1: Studies on tone and phonological segments. Occasional Papers of the Wolfenden Society on Tibeto-Burman Linguistics 3:1. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. v, 380 pp.

(Austin Hale and KLP, editors). Tone systems of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal 2: Lexical lists and comparative studies. Occasional Papers of the Wolfenden Society on Tibeto-Burman Linguistics 3:2. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. 130 pp.

(Austin Hale and KLP, editors). Tone systems of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal 3: Texts 1. Occasional Papers of the Wolfenden Society on Tibeto-Burman Linguistics 3:3. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. 306 pp.

(Austin Hale and KLP, editors). Tone systems of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal 4: Texts 2. Occasional Papers of the Wolfenden Society on Tibeto-Burman Linguistics 3:4. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. 305 pp.

(Maria Hari, Doreen Taylor, and KLP). Tamang tone and higher levels. In Austin Hale and Kenneth L. Pike (eds.), Tone systems of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal 1: Studies on tone and phonological segments, 82-124. Occasional Papers of the Wolfenden Society on Tibeto-Burman Linguistics 3:1. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

(Richard E. Young, KLP, and Alton L. Becker). Rhetoric: Discovery and change. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World. xxi, 383 pp.

1971

Crucial questions in the development of tagmemics: The sixties and seventies. In Richard J. O'Brien (ed.), Report of the 22nd Annual Round Table Meeting of Linguistics and Language Studies, 79-98. (See also Discussion: Session 2, 157-166.) Monograph Series on Languages and Linguistics 24. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press. [Repub. in Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Advances in Tagmemics, 35-54. Amsterdam: North-Holland (1974).]

Implications of the patterning of an oral reading of a set of poems. Poetics 1:38-45.

The linguist and axioms concerning language of Scripture. Interchange 3(2):47-51. [Repub. in Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 26:47-51 (1974).]

Mark my words. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans. [Poetry commentary on King James Version text of the Gospel of Mark].

More revolution: Tagmemics. In C. Laird and R. M. Gorrell (eds.), Readings about Language, 234-247. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

1972

General characteristics of intonation. In Dwight Bolinger (ed.), Intonation: Selected readings, 53-82. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books. [From chap. 4 of Intonation of American English, 20-41.]

Language. In Robert W. Smith (ed.), Christ and the modern mind, 59-67. Downers Grove, Ill.: Inter-Varsity Press.

Language and faith. In Language and faith, 18-30. [Ed. by Cornell Capa and Dale Kietzman] Santa Ana, Calif.: Wycliffe Bible Translators.

Morals and metaphor. Interchange 12:228-231.

Use what you have. Costa Mesa, Calif.: One Way Library. [Audio recordings.]

(Ruth M. Brend, editor). Kenneth L. Pike: Selected writings to commemorate the 60th birthday of Kenneth Lee Pike. Janua linguarum. Series maior 55. The Hague: Mouton.

(KLP and Kent Gordon). Preliminary technology to show emic relations between certain non-transitivity clause structures in Dhangar (Kudux, Nepal). International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 1:56-79.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Seven substitution exercises for studying the structure of discourse. Linguistics 94:43-52.

(KLP and Burkhard Schöttelndreyer). Paired-sentence reversals in the discovery of underlying and surface structures in Sherpa discourse. Indian Linguistics 33:72-83. [Repub. in Austin Hale (ed.), Clause, sentence, and discourse patterns in selected languages of Nepal, part 1, 361-375. (1973).]

1973

Comments on Gleason's "Grammatical prerequisites." Annals of the New York Academy of Science 211:34-38.

Cultural corners: Sweep under the bed. Santa Ana, Calif.: Wycliffe Bible Translators.

Language and self image. In Charles Hatfield (ed.), The Scientist and Ethical Decision, 69-82. Downers Grove, Ill.: Inter-Varsity Press.

Science fiction as a test of axioms concerning human behavior. Parma Eldalamberon 1(3):6-7.

Seed thoughts: Jesus choosing his disciples. His 34(2):7.

Sociolinguistic evaluation of alternative mathematical models: English pronouns. Language 49:121-160.

(Kent Gordon and KLP). Paired semantic components, paired sentence reversals and the analysis of Dhangar (Kudux) discourse. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 2:14-46. [Repub. in Ronald L. Trail (ed.), Patterns in clause, sentence, and discourse in selected languages of India and Nepal, part 1, 313-343. Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Linguistics and Related Fields 41. Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the University of Oklahoma (1973).]

(Burkhard Schöttelndreyer and KLP). Notation for simultaneous representation of grammatical and sememic components in connected discourse. In Austin Hale (ed.), Clause, sentence, and discourse patterns in selected languages of Nepal, part 1, 321-360. Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Linguistics and Related Fields 40(1). Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the University of Oklahoma.

1974

Agreement types dispersed into a nine-cell spectrum. In Matthew Black and William Smalley (eds.), On language, culture, and religion: In honor of Eugene A. Nida, 275-286. The Hague: Mouton.

Don't jitter. The Forum, 14. [Poem].

Hacia una teoría de la estructura del comportamiento humano. Tr. by Xavier Albo. In Paul L. Garvin and Yolanda Lastra de Suárez (eds.), Antología de estudios de etnolingüística y sociolingüística, 103-116. Lecturas Universitarias 20. México D. F.: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas.

The linguist and axioms concerning the language of Scripture. Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 26(2):47-51.

New Year's resolutions. The Forum, 13. [Poem].

Recent developments in tagmemics. In Luigi Heilman (ed.), Proceedings of the Eleventh International Congress of Linguists Bologna-Florence, Aug. 28-Sept. 2, 1972, vol. 1, 163-172. Bologna: Mulino. [Repub. in J. C. Sharma (ed.), From sound to discourse: A tagmemic approach to Indian languages, (1992), 1-12. CIIL Conferences and Seminars series 9. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages.]

Seed Thoughts: The sluggard. His 34(4):13.

Seed Thoughts: Chain Reaction. His 34(6):22.

Seed Thoughts: Attacked-Nehemiah. His 34(8):4.

Seed Thoughts: Flagellation. His 34(9):21.

Seed Thoughts: God remembers us by name. His 35(1).

Seed Thoughts: Power when we're weak. His 35(3):23.

(Howard R. Martin and KLP). Analysis of the vocal performance of a poem: A classification of intonational features. Language and Style 7:209-218.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Rules as components of tagmemes in the English verb phrase. In Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Advances in tagmemics, 175-204. North- Holland Linguistic Series 9. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

1975

Analogies to the good news (Review: Peace child by Don Richardson). Christianity Today 20(2):33.

Analogies to the good news. [Review of Peace child by Don Richardson.] Christianity Today 20:91ff.

Focus in English clause structure seen via systematic experimental syntax. Kivung 8:3-14.

On describing languages. In Robert Austerlitz (ed.), The scope of American linguistics, 9-39. Lisse, Netherlands: Peter de Ridder.

On kinesic triadic relations in turn-taking. Semiotica 13:389-394.

Review of Peace child by Don Richardson. His 36(5):26.

Seed Thoughts: In the interest of others-Diotrephes. His 35(5):21.

Seed Thoughts: Jacob valued the birthright. His 35(7):27.

Seed Thoughts: A spiritual democracy-Korah. His 35(8):5.

Seed Thoughts: Two timid men-Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus. His 35(9):12.

Seed Thoughts: An unforgiving spirit-Ahithophel. His 36(1):26.

Tests for prosodic features of pitch, quantity, stress. In Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 4-5. Bibliotheca Phonetica 11. Basel: S. Karger. [Reprinted from SIL phonetic worksheet (1938).]

Three readings of a poem by Emily Dickenson. In Ruth M. Brend (ed.), Studies in tone and intonation by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 6-10. Bibliotheca Phonetica 11. Basel: S. Karger. [Reprinted from Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior, 528-532 (1967.]

(Rachel Saint and KLP). Fonémica del idioma de los huaurani (auca). In M. Catherine Peeke (ed.), Estudios fonológicos de lenguas vernáculas del Ecuador, 87-107. Quito: Ministerio de Educación Pública.

1976

The meaning of particles in text: A random note. In Ignatius Suharno and Kenneth L. Pike (eds.), From Baudi to Indonesian, 41-44. Jayapura: Cenderawasih University and the Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Pike's answers to 12 questions for Conference on Language Universals, Gummersbach, October 4-8, 1976. In Materials for the DFG International Conference on Language Universals. AKUP (Arbeiten des Kölner Universalien-Projekts) 25, 170-176.

A poem on disconnecting form and meaning. In Mohammed Jazayery, Edgar C. Polomé, and Werner Winter (eds.), Linguistic and literary studies in honor of Archibald A. Hill, Vol. 1: General and theoretical linguistics 233-234. Lisse, Netherlands: Peter de Ridder.

Review of Naked and not ashamed, by Lowell L. Nobel. Christianity Today 21(4):42.

Seed Thoughts: A mighty coral reef. His 36(8):7.

Seed Thoughts: How to sin righteously-Balaam. His 36(9):22.

Seed Thoughts: Well worth doing. His 37(2):8.

Toward the development of tagmemic postulates. In Ruth M. Brend and Kenneth L. Pike (eds.), Tagmemics, vol. 2: Theoretical discussion, 91-127. Trends in Linguistics 1. The Hague: Mouton.

(Ruth M. Brend and KLP, editors). Tagmemics, volume 1: Aspects of the field. Trends in Linguistics 1. The Hague: Mouton. viii, 147 pp.

(Ruth M. Brend and KLP, editors). Tagmemics, volume 2: Theoretical discussion. Trends in Linguistics 2. The Hague: Mouton. viii, 133 pp.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). The granular nature of a construction as illustrated by 'flying planes'. In Ignatius Suharno and Kenneth L. Pike (eds.), From Baudi to Indonesian, 29-37. Jayapura: Cenderawasih University and the Summer Institute of Linguistics.

(Robert H. Sterner, Ignatius Suharno, and KLP). Experimental syntax applied to the relation between sentence and sentence cluster in Indonesian. In Ignatius Suharno and Kenneth L. Pike (eds.), From Baudi to Indonesian, 95-117. Jayapura: Cenderawasih University and Summer Institute of Linguistics.

(Ignatius Suharno and KLP, editors). From Baudi to Indonesian. Jayapura: Cenderawasih University and Summer Institute of Linguistics. xiv, 209 pp.

1977

Into the unknown: Learning language by gesture. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Television Center, Produced in cooperation with the University of Michigan Dept. of Linguistics. Pike on Language series. [Motion picture.]

Introduction: On the relation between modes of argumentation in linguistic analysis versus the documentation of change of behavior in reading. In Kenneth L. Pike (ed.), Pilot projects on the reading of English of science and technology, 1-5. University of Michigan Papers in Linguistics 1. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

(Editor). Pilot projects on the reading of English of science and technology. University of Michigan Papers in Linguistics 1. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. 41 pp.

Pitch and poetry: The music of the voice in speech. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Television Center, produced in cooperation with the University of Michigan Dept. of Linguistics. Pike on Language series. [Motion picture.]

Seed Thoughts: The excuse is gone. His 37(6):15.

Seed Thoughts: Practical advice in marriage. His 37(7):9.

Seed Thoughts: Serving one another. His 37(4):31.

Voices at work: A fresh approach to the learning of the pronunciation of language. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Television Center, produced in cooperation with the University of Michigan Dept. of Linguistics. Pike on Language series. [Motion picture.]

Waves of change: A consideration of how and why change occurs in language. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Television Center, produced in cooperation with the University of Michigan Dept. of Linguistics. Pike on Language series. [Motion picture.]

The way we know: The value of theory in linguistic study. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Television Center, produced in cooperation with the University of Michigan Dept. of Linguistics. Pike on Language series. [Motion picture.]

(Jared Bernstein and KLP). The emic structure of individuals in relation to dialogue. In Teun A. van Dijk and János S. Petöfi (eds.), Grammars and descriptions: Studies in text theory and text analysis, 1-10. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

(Ruth M. Brend and KLP, editors). The Summer Institute of Linguistics: Its works and contributions. The Hague: Mouton. viii, 200 pp.

(KLP and George L. Huttar). How many packages? Hemisphere 21(12):26-29.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Grammatical analysis. Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Linguistics 53. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington. xxix, 505 pp. [Rev. ed. (1982), xxvi, 463 pp.; repub. (1991), incl. changes and additions.]

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Instructor's guide for use with Grammatical analysis. Huntington Beach, Calif.: Summer Institute of Linguistics. 142 pp. [Rev. ed. (1988), 216 pp.]

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Referential vs. grammatical hierarchies. In Robert J. Di Pietro and Edward L. Blansitt, Jr. (eds.), The Third LACUS Forum 1976, 343-354. Columbia, S.C.: Hornbeam.

(KLP and Stephen B. Pike). Songs of fun and faith. Edward Sapir Monograph Series in Language, Culture, and Cognition 1. Lake Bluff: Jupiter Press. viii, 48 pp. [Supplement to Forum Linguisticum 1:3; words by KLP, music by SBP.]

1978

Particularization versus generalization, and explanation versus prediction. In Ikuo Koike, Masuo Matsoyama, Yasuo Igaroshi, and Kozi Suzuki (eds.), The teaching of English in Japan, 783-785. Tokyo: Eichosah Publishing Co.

Social interaction as the break-in point for the analysis of verbal behavior. In Wolfgang U. Dressler and Wolfgang Meid (eds.), Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Linguists, Vienna, August 28-September 2, 1977, 739-741. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft.

Thresholdism versus reductionism. In Hansjakob Seiler (ed.), Language universals, 53-58. Tübingen: Gunter Narr.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Index and glossary to Grammatical analysis. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. 58 pp.

1979

Christianity and culture 1: Conscience and culture. Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 31:8-12.

Christianity and culture 2: Incarnation in a culture. Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 31:92-96.

Christianity and culture 3: Biblical absolutes and certain cultural relativisms. Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 31:139-145.

Emotion in God, and its image in us. The Banner 114(45):4-5.

Intellectual initiative: The image of God. The Banner 114(46):10.

Linguistics: From there to where? In Wolfgang Wölck and Paul Garvin (eds.), The Fifth LACUS Forum 1978, 3-18. Columbia, S.C.: Hornbeam.

Love God with mind-and bless Babylon. The Gordon Alumnus 8(4):6-7.

A note on some universals of human behaviour. Sabah Museum Annals 1:47-55.

Notes on the academic programme of the Summer Institute of Linguistics around the world. Sabah Museum Annals 1:1-12.

On the extension of etic-emic anthropological methodology to referential units-in-context. Lembaran Pengkajian Budaya 3:1-36.

Seed Thoughts: Truth and responsibility-Pilate. His 39(5):13.

Social linguistics and bilingual education. System 7:99-109.

[Ten Poems, reprinted]. In Donna Jo Napoli and Emily N. Rando (eds.), Linguistic Muse, 138-144. Carbondale: Linguistic Research Inc.

Universals and phonetic hierarchy. In Eli Fischer-JÃrgensen, JÃrgen Rischel, and Nina Thorsen (eds.), Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Copenhagen, August 6-11, 1979: Special lectures, 48-52. Basel: S. Karger.

1980

Here we stand: Creative observers of language. In Maurice Reuchlin and Frédéric François (eds.), Approches du langage: Actes du Colloque Interdisciplinaire tenu à Paris, Sorbonne, le 8 décembre 1978, 9-45. Études, 16. Paris: Université de Paris.

An image of his debating technique: What's your opinion? The Banner 115(14):6-7.

A Mixtec lime oven. SIL Museum of Anthropology Publication 10. Dallas: SIL Museum of Anthropology. iv, 9 pp.

(Carl D. DuBois, John Upton, and KLP). Constraints on complexity seen via fused vectors of an n-dimensional semantic space (Sarangani Manobo, Philippines). Semiotica 29:209-243.

1981

An autobiographical note on phonetics. In R. E. Asher and Eugénie J. A. Henderson (eds.), Towards a history of phonetics, 181-185. Edinburgh: University Press.

Dreams of an integrated theory of experience. Waiyu Jiaoxue Yu Yanjiu [Foreign Language Teaching and Research] 45(1):24-33, 12.

Nonsense in the service of sense. Language and Communication 1:179-188.

Systematic planned distortion of text as a clue to translation problems-a query. In Bhatki Prasad Mallik (ed.), Suniti Kumar Chatterji commemoration volume, 163-166. West Bengal: University of Burdwan.

Tagmemics, discourse, and verbal art. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. xvi, 67 pp.

Wherein lies 'talked-about' reality? In Florian Coulmas (ed.), A festschrift for native speaker, 85-91. Janua Linguarum, series maior 97. The Hague: Mouton.

1982

Linguistic concepts: An introduction to Tagmemics. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. xvi, 146 pp.

Phonological hierarchy in a four-cell tagmemic representation from discourse to phoneme class. Forum Linguisticum 7:65-91.

Some questions for field linguists beginning language analysis. Notes on Linguistics 24:3-14.

Tune and tone: Generalized syntagmatic pitch patterns constrained by particular lexical patterns. Journal of West African Languages 12(2):22-41.

(Jean Soutar and KLP, compilers). Texts illustrating the analysis of direct versus indirect quotations in Bariba (Africa). Language Data, African Series, 19. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. 312 pp.

1983

Experimental syntax, a basis for some new language-learning exercises. Arab Journal of Language Studies 1:245-255.

The future for unit-in-context: The tagmeme. In Shiro Hattori and others (eds.), Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Linguists, August 29-September 4, 1982, Tokyo, 881-883. Tokyo: Tokyo Press.

Grammar versus reference in the analysis of discourse. In Thomas Bearth (ed.), Perspectives dans l'analyse du discours, 23-41. Publications Conjointes: Institut de Linguistique Appliquée-Société Internationale de Linguistique, 6. Abidjan: University of Abidjan and Société Internationale de Linguistique.

Humor, home and holiday. In Emily Norwood Rando and Donna Jo Napoli (eds.), Meliglossa, 184-187. Edmonton, AB, Canada: Linguistic Research.

In rhetoric the passage from A to B is not equal to passage from B to A. Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota 27:135-139.

On understanding people: An integrative philosophy. In John Morreall (ed.), The Ninth LACUS Forum, 129-136. Columbia, S. C: Hornbeam.

Quelques suggestions pour les premiers stades d'une analyse linguistique. In Jacques Nicole (ed.), Études linguistiques préliminaires dans quelques langues du Togo, 8-17. Lomé: Société Internationale de Linguistique.

The translator's voice: An interview with Kenneth L. Pike (interview by Elizabeth Miller). Translation Review 12:1-10.

Universal terms as waves. In Frederick B. Agard and others (eds.), Essays in honor of Charles F. Hockett, 126-127. Leiden: Brill.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Text and Tagmeme. Norwood, N.J: Ablex. xiii, 129 pp. [Also published London: Pinter (1983).]

1984

Assumptions in Maxwell's article 'The generative revolution and the Summer Institute of Linguistics'. Notes on Linguistics 29:48-50.

Some teachers who helped me. Historiographia Linguistica 11:493-495.

Towards the linguistic analysis of one's own poems. In Alan Manning, Pierre Martin, and Kin McCalla (eds.), The Tenth LACUS Forum 1983, 117-128. Columbia, S.C.: Hornbeam.

(Mark E. Karan and KLP). Notes on phonological grouping in Kalengin (Kenya) in relation to tone, intonation patterns, and vowel harmony. Occasional Papers in the Study of Sudanese Languages 3:47-59. Juba: University of Juba and the Summer Institute of Linguistics.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Changes and additions for Grammatical analysis. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington. 39 pp.

1985

Foreword to Mei kuo ying yü ying yung yü yin hsüeh, i-ii. [Shang-hai]: Shang-hai wai yü chiao yü ch°u pan she. [Translation of: Applied phonology of American English by Tsan-kun Kwei.]

Language, linguistics, and linguists: A panel discussion with Gregory et al. Langues et linguistique 11:1-36.

The need for the rejection of autonomy in linguistics. In Robert A. Hall, Jr. (ed.), The Eleventh LACUS Forum, 1984, 35-53. Columbia, S.C: Hornbeam.

Static, dynamic and relational perspectives suggested in words and phrases. In Kurt R. Jankowsky (ed.), Scientific and humanistic dimensions of language: Festschrift for Robert Lado on the occasion of his 70th birthday on May 31, 1985, 447-452. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Systematic emic pattern above abstract etic universals: A query. Word 36:179-181.

(KLP and Peter H. Fries). Slot in referential hierarchy in relation to Charles C. Fries' view of language. In Peter Howard Fries (ed.), Toward an understanding of language: Charles C. Fries in perspective, 105-127. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 40. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

(KLP and Barbara Keller). The integration of self in society through language. In Jos Nivette, Didier Goyvaerts, and Pete van de Craen (eds.), AILA (Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée) Brussels 84: Proceedings, vol. 5, 1877-1900. Brussels: 7th World Congress of Applied Linguistics.

1986

A further note on experimental clauses in discourse. In Benjamin F. Elson (ed.), Language in global perspective: Papers in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1935-1985, 135-138. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Mixtec social 'credit rating': The particular versus the universal in one emic world view. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 83:3047-3049.

On the value of local languages. In Nancy Schweda-Nicholson (ed.), Languages in the international perspective, 13-19. Delaware Symposium 5: Proceedings of the 5th Delaware Symposium on Language Studies. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex.

Servants. Stillpoint 2(1):8.

(With others). Reminiscences about Edward Sapir. In New perspectives in language, culture, and personality: Proceedings of the Edward Sapir Centenary Conference, Ottawa, 1-3 October 1984, 371-403. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

1987

Alas for Judas. In Edgar W. Conrad and Edward G. Newing (eds.), Perspectives on language and text: Essays and poems in honor of Francis I. Andersen's sixtieth birthday, July 28, 1985, 300. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns.

The relation of language to the world. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 16(1):77-98.

Teaching in His image: The structure of the Sermon on the Mount. Arts & Letters 1(2):3-11.

Today. In Ross Steele and Terry Threadgold (eds.), Language topics: Essays in honour of Michael Halliday 1, 229. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

1988

Bridging language learning, language analysis, and poetry, via experimental syntax. In Deborah Tannen (ed.), Linguistics in context: Connecting observation and understanding, 221-245. Norwood, N.J: Ablex.

Cultural choice. Lenguaje y Ciencias 28(2):10.

Cultural relativism in relation to constraints on world view: An emic perspective. Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology 59(2):385-399.

1989

An ILA tree. In Donna Jo Napoli and Emily Norwood Rando (eds.), Lingua Franca: An anthology of poetry by linguists, 130. Lake Bluff, Ill.: Jupiter Press.

Recollections of Bloomfield. Historiographia Linguistica 16(1/2):217-223.

Waves and spray. Philippine Journal of Linguistics 20(2):2.

(With Hugh Steven). Pike's perspectives: An anthology of thought, insight and moral purpose, xi, 196 pp. Langley, B.C., Canada: Credo.

1990

On the emics and etics of Pike and Harris. In Thomas N. Headland, Kenneth L. Pike, and Marvin Harris (eds.), Emics and etics: The insider/outsider debate, 28-47. Frontiers of Anthropology 7. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage.

Pike's final response. In Thomas N. Headland, Kenneth L. Pike, and Marvin Harris (eds.), Emics and etics: The insider/outsider debate, 184-201. Frontiers of Anthropology 7. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage.

Pike's reply to Harris. In Thomas N. Headland, Kenneth L. Pike, and Marvin Harris (eds.), Emics and etics: The insider/outsider debate, 62-74. Frontiers of Anthropology 7. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage.

(Thomas N. Headland, KLP, and Marvin Harris, editors). Emics and etics: The insider/outsider debate. Frontiers of Anthropology 7. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage. 226 pp.

1991

La relación del lenguaje con el mundo. (Enrique Carrión, tr.) Lima: Instituto Lingüístico de Verano. 25 pp.

A revolutionary 'helix' in linguistic history-as seen over half a century by one who has lived it. In Cairo Studies in English: Essays in honor of Saad Gamal El-Din, Special issue, 21-26. Giza: University of Cairo.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). Análisis gramatical. (Jorge Suárez, tr.) Colección Lingüística Indígena 5. Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. xl, 566 pp.

1992

An autobiographical note on my experience with tone languages. In J. C. Sharma (ed.), From sound to discourse: A tagmemic approach to Indian languages, 21-31. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages.

Etic universals and emic particulars seen through the intonation of American English. Voprosy aiiazykoznaniaiia 41(1):8-24.

Konsep linguistik: Pengantar teori tagmemik. Jakarta: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xvi, 123 pp. [Indonesian translation of Linguistic concepts.]

Person beyond logic, in language, life, and philosophy. In Ruth M. Brend (ed.), The Eighteenth LACUS Forum, 1991, 23-37. Lake Bluff, Ill.: Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States.

1993

A brief update on my interest in relating language to philosophy. In James E. Alatis (ed.), Languages, Communication. and Social Meaning, Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT) 43, 298-304. (1992) Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press.

Experimental linguistics and language learning. Word 44(2):302-308.

Matrix formatives in N-dimensional linguistics. In Pan-Asiatic linguistics: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, January 8-10, 1992, 1042-1063. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Print House.

Talk, thought, and thing: The emic road toward conscious knowledge. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xii, 85 pp.

(KLP and Gary F. Simons). Toward the historical reconstruction of matrix patterns in morphology. Voprosy Jazykoznania [Problems of Linguistics] 1:22-44.

1994

Ene kyaynyem (Shin Ja Joo Hwang and Hyon-Sook Shin, trs.). Seoul: Hankook Moonhwa Sa (Korean Culture, Inc.). xxi, 182 pp. [Korean translation of Linguistic concepts.]

A limited perspective on WORD seen in a transitional moment between paradigms. Word 45:39-43.

Paradigmatic and syntagmatic features or prosodies in sound, syllable, word, or poem. In Brigitte K. Halford and Herbert Pilch (eds.), Intonation, 53-68. Tübingen: Gunter Narr.

Too late for them. In Bradley R. Strahan, Donna Jo Napoli, and Emily N. Rando (eds.), Speaking in tongues: Poems by linguists, 59. Falls Church, Va.: Black Buzzard Press.

1995

Conceptos lingüísticos: Una introducción a la tagmémica. (Thomas Hemingway and Katherine Langan, trs.) Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xx, 166 pp.

Experimental syntax in language and in music. In V. Dehoux, S. Fürniss and others (eds.), Ndroje balendro (Musiques, terrains et disciplines: Textes offerts à Simha Arom, 223-226. SELAF 359. Paris: Peeters.

A holistic semantics: The semantics of phonology, grammar, and reference. In Jorge Fernández-Barrientos Martín and Celia Wallhead, (eds), Actas: Jornadas Internacionales de Lingüística Aplicada Robert J. Di Pietro. In memoriam. Granada, January 11-15, 1993, 63-77. Granada: Universidad de Granada.

Poems for Evelyn: From her tunnel-vision sweetheart. [For her 80<^>th<^*> birthday along with other poems written over the years; unpublished booklet.]

Tagmemics. In Jef Verschueren, Jan-Ola Östman and Jan Blommaert (eds.), Handbook of pragmatics, 533-536. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

(KLP and Evelyn G. Pike). L'analyse grammaticale: Introduction à la tagmémique. (Laurence Boquiaux and Pierre Dauby, trs.). Société d'Études Linguistiques et Anthropologiques de France, numéro spécial 26. Paris: Editions Peeters. 484 pp. [French translation of Grammatical Analysis.]

1996

Linguistic 'Venn diagrams' with their 'formative blocks' in morphology, semantics, and historical reconstruction. In Kurt R. Jankowsky (ed.), Multiple perspectives on the historical dimensions of language, 51-56. Münster: Nodus Publikationen.

To Dave Thomas. Mon-Khmer Studies 26:1.

(KLP and Donald A. Burquest). The importance of purposive behavior in text analysis. In Kurt R. Jankowsky (ed.), The mystery of culture contacts, historical reconstruction, and text analysis: An emic approach, 65-86. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.

(KLP and Carol V. McKinney). Understanding misunderstanding as cross- <->cultural emic clash. In Kurt R. Jankowsky (ed.), The mystery of culture contacts, historical reconstruction, and text analysis: An emic approach, 39-64. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.

(KLP and Gary F. Simons). Toward the historical reconstruction of matrix patterns in morphology. In Kurt R. Jankowsky (ed.), The mystery of culture contacts, historical reconstruction, and text analysis: An emic approach, 1-37. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.

1997

Eigogaku-no Kihon Gainen. Tokyo: Jiritsu Shobo. xxii, 211 pp. [Japanese translation of Linguistic concepts.]

My pilgrimage in mission. International Bulletin of Missionary Research 21:159-161.

A note on holism. In Christina Bratt Paulston and G. Richard Tucker (eds.), The early days of sociolinguistics: Memories and reflections, 211-212. Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Sociolinguistics 2. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Tagmemics in retrospect - a biased personal view. In Kurt R. Jankowsky (ed.), Conceptual and institutional developments, 91-97. Münster: Nodus Publikationen.

(Thomas N. Headland and KLP). SIL and genocide: Well-oiled connections? Anthropology Newsletter 38(2):4-5.

(Sharon Heimbach, compiler). On love, laughter, and life, vol. 5: Seasons of life: A complete collection of Kenneth L. Pike poetry. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xvi, 204 pp.

(Sharon Heimbach, compiler). On pain: Beyond suffering, vol. 1: Seasons of life: A complete collection of Kenneth L. Pike poetry. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xvi, 171 pp.

(Sharon Heimbach, compiler). On philosophy of life: A kaleidoscope, vol. 2: Seasons of life: A collection of Kenneth L. Pike poetry. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xiv, 140 pp.

(Sharon Heimbach, compiler). On scholarship and the work: Service and success, vol. 4: Seasons of life: A complete collection of Kenneth L. Pike poetry. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xviii, 221 pp.

(Sharon Heimbach, compiler). On the Shepherd: Feeding the flock, vol 3: Seasons of life: A complete collection of Kenneth L. Pike poetry. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. xvi, 206 pp.

(Sharon Heimbach, compiler). Seasons of life: A complete collection of Kenneth L. Pike poetry. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. 5 vols. 171, 140, 206, 221, 204 pp.

1998

A linguistic pilgrimage. In E. F. K. Koerner (ed.), First person singular III, 145-158. Studies in the History of the Language Sciences 88. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Mary R. Haas, January 12, 1910-May 17, 1996. Biographical Memoirs 76:3-13.

Semantics in a holistic context-with preliminary convictions and approaches. In Udom Warotamasikkhadit and Thanyarat Panakul (eds.), Papers from the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 1994, 177-197. Tempe, Ariz.: Program for Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University.

1999

Re-LSA-and Me. Linguistic Society of America, 1924-1999. [75th anniversary booklet.] Washington, D.C.: Linguistic Society of America, p.12.

Tensity and pressure in structure: 'tensegrity'. In Lourdes S. Bautista and Grace O. Tan (eds.), The Filipino bilingual: A multidisciplinary perspective; Festschrift in honor of Emy M. Pascasio (Proceedings of the Centennial Congress on Philippine Bilingualism from a Multidisciplinary Perspective, Manila, 21-23 January 1999), 3 pp. Manila: Linguistic Society of the Philippines.

2001

Reminiscences by Pike on Early American Anthropological Linguistics. SIL Electronic Working Papers 2001-001. Dallas: SIL International. http://www. sil.org/silewp/2001/001

2002

(KLP and Mark F. Peterson). Emics and etics for organizational studies: A lesson in contrast from linguistics. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management 2(1):5-19.