Alternative Linguistic Bibliographies
Here are a few of the other sources of linguistic bibliographic
information that we know about:
- Second Language Acquisition Bibliography
Vivian Cook maintains a bibliography of work in
Second Language Acquisition
LINGUIST List of Bibliographies
is a useful source of bibliographies
The LIDO bibliographic search facility
is a very large linguistic bibliographic resource located at the University of
Saarbruken, Germany. It can also be accessed via email.
DFKI-Bibliothek in Saarbruken maintains a WWW interface for literature searches.
A Bibliography of work in Head Driven Phrase Structure grammar, maintained by
Andreas Kathol at Ohio State. This can be obtained via
anonymous ftp from OSU, or by email to
with the subject line `get hpsg HPSG.bib'.
There is also a Web Accessible bibliography of work in
Head Driven Phrase Structure Grammar,
maintained by Stefan Muller in Berlin in BibTeX and HTML formats.
This can be searched on-line with the
Bibliographic Search facility at this site,
by choosing the option "HPSG" from the main menu.
Mary Dalrymple maintains a bibliography of work in
Lexical Functional Grammar at CSLI. This bibliography can also be
searched on-line with the
Bibliographic Search facility at this site by choosing the "LFG" option from the main menu.
There is a general Anthropology bibliography (which naturally contains
information about `exotic' languages) at:
Also relevant is The Anthropological Index -- searchable by
WWW at: http://lucy.ukc.ac.uk/AIO.html
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Computer Science bibliography,
server at the University of Arizona includes some material of linguistic
interest (in BibTeX format).
The Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies
Computer Science Bibliographies' maintained by Alf-Christian
Achilles at the University of Karlsruhe, contains over 600,000 entries
on various aspects of Computer Science. It can be searched on line,
and returns results in various formats). It also contains useful
information about bibliographical tools.
The Computation and Language E-Print Archive
While not a bibliography, the
Computation and Language E-Print Archive,
provides a list of papers in computational linguistics (i.e. those in
A biliography of
work on Japanese Computational Linguistics.
Home Pages of Various Journals
Various learned journals have their own home pages, which often
contain pages of contents of recent issues of the journal. For example,
Kluwer, who publish a number
of Linguistics journals have a home page that allow one to browse and
search these tables of contents, see (for example) the home page of
Computers and the Humanities,
where one can search tables of contents and article information for a
range of linguistic and non-linguistic journals.
Essex University Library
The Albert Sloman Library at Essex
provides a range of on-line local and non-local bibliographic
search facilities, such as:
To use most of them, you will need to
be a registered library user (i.e. be a student or staff member at
19th August 1995
(last update Wed, 7-May-1997)