Anthony F. Buccini, Ph.D.

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Work in linguistics

“Between Pre-German and Pre-English:  The Origin of Dutch.” 2010. Journal of Germanic Linguisitics 22.4: 301-314. [pdf]

“In Memoriam Frans van Coetsem.” 2003. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 15.3: 269-77. [pdf]

Ab Errore Liberato. The Northern Expansion of Frankish Power in the Merovingian Period and the Genesis of the Dutch Language.” 2003. In: Quod Vulgo Dicitur: Studien zum Altniederländischen (Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 57), W. Pijnenburg, A. Quak and T. Schoonheim (eds.). Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi. [pdf]

“Swannekens ende Wilden: Linguistic Attitudes and Communication Strategies among the Dutch and Indians in New Netherland.” 2000. The Low Countries and the New World(s): Travel, Discovery, Early Relations, (Publications of the American Association for Netherlandic Studies, 13), Johanna C. Prins, Bettina Brandt, Timothy Stevens and Thomas F. Shannon (eds.), pp. 11-28. [pdf]

“Dutch, Swedish, and English Elements in the Development of Pidgin Delaware.” 1999. American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures 11.1: 63-87. [pdf]

“Germanic Languages.” 1997a. Co-authored with William Moulton. Encyclopaedia Britannica: Macropaedia, vol. 22, pp. 639-49.

“Germanic Languages.” 1997b. Encyclopaedia Britannica: Micropaedia, vol. 5, p. 213.

“New Netherland Dutch, Cape Dutch, Afrikaans.” 1996a. Taal en Tongval (Themanummer 9, Afrikaans en varieteiten van het Nederlands, P. van Reenen, H. den Besten, F. Ponelis and J. Goossens (eds.)), pp. 35-51. [pdf]

“Edward Prokosch.” 1996. Lexicon Grammaticorum. Harro Stammerjohann (ed.). Tübingen.

“William Freeman Twaddell.” 1996. Lexicon Grammaticorum. Harro Stammerjohann (ed.). Tübingen.

“Ontstaan en vroegste ontwikkeling van het Nederlandse taallandschap” (Origins and Earliest Development of the Dutch Language Area). 1995a. Taal en Tongval 48 (Themanummer 8, Historische dialektologie, J. Taeldeman, J. Goossens and J. Berns (eds.)), pp. 8-66. [pdf]

“The Dialectal Origins of New Netherland Dutch.” 1995b. The Berkeley Conference on Dutch Linguistics 1993. Thomas F. Shannon and Johan P. Snapper (eds.), pp. 211-63. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. [pdf]

“Southern Middle English Hise and the Question of Pronominal Transfer in Language Contact.” 1992. In: Recent Developments in Germanic Linguistics. (Selected Papers from the Second Annual Michigan/Berkeley Germanic Linguistics Roundtable, University of Michigan, April 1991.) Rosina Lippi-Green (ed.), pp. 11-32. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [pdf]

“Variation and the Reconditioning of Phonological Rules: Cases from Germanic and Romance.” Co-authored with Frans van Coetsem. 1990. Lingua 81: 169-220. [pdf]

“Umlaut Alternation, Variation and Dialect Contact: Reconditioning and Deconditioning of Umlaut in the Pre-History of the Dutch Dialects.” 1990. In: Synchronic and Diachronic Approaches to Linguistic Variation and Change. (Selected Papers from Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics, Georgetown University, March 1988.) Thomas J. Walsh (ed.), pp. 63-80. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press. [pdf]


The Development of Umlaut and the Dialectal Position of Dutch in Germanic (1992), directed by J.H. Jasanoff. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International. [pdf]

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