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Kenneth L. Pike (1912–2000)

A Linguistic Pilgrimage*

Kenneth L. Pike

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Full bibliography of Pike’s writings

Bibliography of the Summer Institute of Linguistics. 1992. Dallas, Tex.: Summer Institute of Linguistics [henceforth: SIL].

Brend, Ruth M., comp. 1987. Kenneth Lee Pike Bibliography. Bloomington, Ind.: Eurasian Linguistic Association.

Bloomfield, Leonard, 1933. Language. New York: Henry Holt & Co.

Headland, Thomas N., Kenneth L. Pike & Marvin Harris, eds. 1990. Emics and Etics: The insider/outsider debate. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage.

Hockett, Charles F. 1948. “Potawatomi I, II, III, IV”. IJAL 14.1–10, 63–73, 139–149, 213–225.

Morgan, James D. 1966. “A Comparison of the Transitive Animate Verb in Eight Algonquian Languages”. Anthropological Linguistics 8:2.1–16.

Pike, Eunice V. 1981. Ken Pike: Scholar and Christian. Dallas, Tex.: SIL.

Pike, Evelyn G. 1949. "Controlled Infant Intonation". Language Learning: Journal of Applied Linguistics 2:21–24.

Pike, Kenneth L. 1938. Phonemic Work Sheet. Santa Ana, Calif.: SIL. (Repr. in Grammatical Analysis, 469–474. Dallas, Tex.: SIL; Arlington, Tex.: Univ. of Texas at Arlington, 1977.)*

———. 1942. Pronunciation. Ann Arbor, Mich.: English Language Institute of the Univ. of Michigan. [Vol. I of ‘An Intensive Course in English for Latin American Students’.]

———. 1943. Phonetics: A critical analysis of phonetic theory and a technique for the practical description of sounds. (=University of Michigan Publications in Language and Literature, 21.) Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press.

———. 1945. The Intonation of American English. (=University of Michigan Publications in Linguistics, 1.) Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press.

———. 1948. 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: Univ. of Michigan Press.

———. 1951. Axioms and Procedures for Reconstruction in Comparative Linguistics: An experimental syllabus. Santa Ana, Calif.: SIL. (Rev. ed, 1957.)

———. 1954–1960 Language in Relation to a Unified Theory of the Structure of Human Behavior. 3 vols. Glendale, Calif.: SIL. (Rev. ed. in one volume, The Hague: Mouton, 1967.)

———. 1963. “Theoretical Implications of Matrix Permutation in Fore (New Guinea)”. Anthropological Linguistics 5:8.1–23.

———. 1993a. "Experimental Linguistics and Language Learning". Word 44.302–308.

———. 1993b. Talk, Thought, and Thing: The emic road toward conscious knowledge. Dallas, Tex.: SIL.

———. 1997. Seasons of Life: A complete collection of Kenneth L. Pike's poetry. Compiled & edited by Sharon Heimbach. 5 vols. Huntington Beach, Calif.: SIL.

———. Donald Stark and Angel Merecías. 1951. El Nuevo Testamento do Nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Cuernavaca, México: Tipografí Indígena. [Diglot, Mixteco-Spanish.]

——— and Barbara Erickson. 1964. “Conflated Field Structures in Potawatomi and in Arabic”. IJAL 30:201–212. (Repr. in Advances in Tagmemics ed. by Ruth Brend, 135–146. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1974.)

——— and Evelyn G. Pike. 1982. Grammatical Analysis. 2nd ed. Dallas, Tex.: SIL; Arlington, Tex.: Univ. of Texas at Arlington.

——— and Burkhard Schoettelndreyer. 1972. “Paired-Sentence Reversals in the Discovery of Underlying and Surface Structures in Sherpa Discourse”. Indian Linguistics 33.72–83.

——— and Gary F. Simons. 1993. “Kistoriceskoj rekonstrucii tipov matric v morfologii [Towards the historical reconstruction of matrix patterns in morphology]”. Voprosy jazykoznanja 38:1.21–44.

——— and ———, Carol McKinney & Donald A. Burquest. 1996. The Mystery of Culture Contacts, Historical Reconstruction, and Text Analysis: An emic approach. Washington, D.C. Georgetown Univ. Press.

In the STUDIES IN THE HISTORY OF THE LANGUAGE SCIENCES (SiHoLS) series (Series Editor: E.F.K. Koerner) the following volumes have been published thus far:

  1. SUBBIONDO, Joseph L. (ed.): John Wilkins and 17th-Century British Linguistics. 1992.
  2. AHLQVIST, Anders (ed.): Diversions of Galway. Papers on the history of linguistics from ICHoLS V. 1992.
  3. MURRAY, Stephen O.: Theory Groups and the Study of Language in North America. A social history. 1994.
  4. FORMIGARI, Lia: Signs, Science and Politics. Philosophies of Language in Europe 1700–1830. 1993.
  5. LAW, Viven (ed.): History of Linguistic Thought in the Early Middle Ages. 1993.
  6. WILLIAMS, Joanna Radwanska: A Paradigm Lost. The linguistic theory of Mikolaj Kruszewski. 1993.
  7. GOLDZIHER, Ignaz: On the History of Grammar among the Arabs. Edited and translated by Kinga Dévényi and Tamás Iványi. 1994.
  8. FORMIGARI, Lia and Daniele GAMBARARA (eds): Historical Roots of Linguistic Theories. 1995.
  9. VERSTEEGH, Kees: The Explanation of Linguistic Causes. Az-Zaggagi’s theory of grammar. Introduction, translation, commentary. 1995.
  10. NIEDEREHE, Hans-Josef: Bibliografía cronológica de lingüística, la gramática y la lexicografía del español desde los comienzos hasta el año 1600 (BICRES). 1994.
  11. SALMON, Vivian: Language and Society in Early Modern England. 1996.
  12. JANKOWSKY, Kurt R. (ed.): History of Linguistics 1993. Papers from the Sixth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (*CHoLS VI), Washington DC, 9–14 August 1993. 1995.
  13. KOERNER, Konrad: Professing Linguistic Historiography. 1995.
  14. NERLICH, Brigitte and David D. CLARKE: Language, Action and Context. The early history of pragmatics in Europe and America 1780–1930. 1996.
  15. LEE, Penny. The Whorf Theory Complex: a critical reconstruction. 1996.
  16. BEKKUM, Wout van, Jan HOUBEN, INeke SLUITER and Kees VERSTEEGH: The Emergence of Semantics in Four Linguistic Traditions. Hebrew, Sanskrit, Greek, Arabic. 1997
  17. WOLLOCK, Jeffrey: The Noblest Animate Motion. Speech, physiology and medicine in pre-Cartesian linguistic thought. 1997.
  18. VERBURG, Pieter A.: Language and its Functions. Translated by Paul Salmon, in consultation with Anthony J. Klijnsmit. 1998.
  19. TAYLOR, Daniel J.: De Lingua Latina X. A new critical text and English translation with prolegomena and commentary. 1996.
  20. DARNELL, Regna: And Along Came Boas. Continuity and revolution in Americanist anthropology. 1998.
  21. STEIN, Dieter and Rosanna SORNICOLA (eds): The Virtues of Language. History in language, linguistics and texts. Papers in memory of Thomas Frank. 1998.
  22. KOERNER, Konrad (ed.): First Person Singular III. Autobiographies by North American scholars in the language sciences. 1998.

Full list of titles published in the Studies in the History of the Language Sciences (SiHoLS) series

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*Originally published in E.F.K. Koerner (ed.), First Person Singular III: Autobiographies by North American scholars in the language sciences. Reprinted with permission.