History of Linguistics in Australia

The following are a selection of three talks on the history of linguistics in Australia originally delivered at the meeting of the Society for the History of Linguistics in the Pacific, December 2020.

Jane Simpson, Grammars for analysis, grammars for learners

William McGregor, From Herman Nekes notebooks to Nekes & Worms 1853

David Moore, Developments in grammatical analysis of Central Australian languages 1890–1910

Posted in Australia, History, Linguistics

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