Linguists Organization Network Linguists Organization Network
Linguists Organization Network The Linguists Organization Network is a non profit organization covering Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the U.K. and the U.S. Basically, we are a non profit organization, a meeting place for people to practice the language they are learning. The network allows you to exchange ideas and gives people who are often on the move the possibility to keep on practicing their languages.

A

Abdul Haq, Maulvi (India, 1870–1961), Urdu language
Abramson, Arthur S. (USA), phonetics
Adams, Douglas Q. (USA), English language, comparative linguistics, Tocharian languages
Adler, George J. (Germany/USA, 1821–1868), lexicography, German language, English language
Aikhenvald, Alexandra Yurievna (Russia, 1957—), syntax, typology, Amazonian languages, Papuan languages, Hebrew language, Russian language
Aitken, Adam Jack (UK, 1921–1998), lexicography
Ajdukovic, Jovan (Serbia, 1968—), Slavic languages, sociolinguistics, contact linguistics, Russian language, Serbian language
Albright, William Foxwell (USA, 1891–1971), Semitic languages
Alleyne, Mervyn Coleridge (Trinidad & Tobago/Jamaica, 1933—), creole languages
Amerias (Greece), Ancient Macedonian language, lexicography
Aoun, Joseph (Lebanon/USA), oriental languages, syntax
Aristar, Anthony (South Africa/USA, 1948—), linguistic infrastructure
Aronoff, Mark (Canada, 1949—), morphology
Austin, John Langshaw (UK, 1911–1960), philosophy of language, speech act
Azad, Humayun (Bangladesh, 1947–2004), Bengali language

B

Bach, Emmon (USA, 1929—), syntax, phonology, Haisla language
Baker, Mark (USA), Mohawk language, generative grammar
Bally, Charles (Switzerland, 1865–1947), French language, phraseology
Bardovi-Harlig, Kathleen (USA, 1954—) second language acquisition, tense and aspect, pragmatics
Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua (Israel, 1915–1975), machine translation, categorial grammar
Barker, (Philip) Muhammad Abd-al-Rahman (USA, 1930—), Urdu language, Indian languages
Barlow, Robert Hayward (USA, 1918–1951), Nahuatl language
Barnhart, David K. (USA, 1941—), lexicography, English language
Barnhart, Robert (USA, 1933–2007), lexicography, English language
Barsky, Robert (USA), discourse analysis
Bartlett, John Russell (USA, 1805–1886),
Baudouin de Courtenay, Jan Niecislaw (Poland, 1845–1929), phonology, Polish language
Beckman, Mary E. (USA), phonetics, phonology
Beckwith, Christopher (USA, 1945—), Asian languages, Tibetan language
Bender, M. Lionel (USA), African languages
Berlitz, Charles Frambach (USA, 1914–2003), language acquisition
Berlitz, Maximilian Delphinius (USA, 1852–1921), language acquisition
Bhartrihari (India, 450–510), Sanskrit
Bickerton, Derek (USA, 1926—), creole languages, origin of language
Bleek, Wilhelm Heinrich Immanuel (Germany, 1827–1875), languages of Africa
Bloch, Bernard (USA, 1907–1965), Japanese language
Bloch, Jules (France, 1880–1953), languages of India
Bloomfield, Leonard (USA , 1887–1949), structural linguistics
Boas, Franz (USA, 1858–1942), indigenous languages of the Americas
Boersma, Paul (Netherlands, 1959—), phonetics
Bolinger, Dwight Le Merton (USA, 1907–1992), semantics, Spanish language
Bomhard, Allan R. (USA, 1943—), Nostratic languages, historical linguistics
Bopp, Franz (Germany, 1791–1867), Indo-European languages, comparative linguistics
Boyd, Julian Charles (USA, 1931–2005), English language
Bresnan, Joan (USA, 1945—), syntax
Bright, William (USA, 1928–2006), Native American languages, South Asian languages
Brody, Michael (Hungary, 1954—), syntax
Browman, Catherine (phonetics, phonology)
Brugmann, Karl (Germany, 1849–1919), Indo-European languages, Sanskrit, comparative linguistics
Bucholtz, Mary (USA), sociolinguistics
Burgess, Anthony (UK, 1917–1993), English, Nadsat, phonetics
Burling, Robbins (USA, 1926—), languages of India
Burridge, Kate (Australia), Germanic languages

C

Campbell, Lyle (USA), Native American languages
Canger, Una (Denmark, 1938—), Mesoamerican languages
Capell, Arthur (Australia, 1902–1986), Australian languages, Austronesian languages, Papuan languages
Cardona, George (USA, Indo-European studies
Carnap, Rudolf (Germany, 1891–1970), syntax, constructed languages
Carnie, Andrew (Canada, 1969—), syntax
Caro, Miguel A. (Colombia, 1843–1909), Spanish language, Colombian Spanish
Carpenter, William Henry (USA, 1853–1936), Icelandic language
Chadwick, John (UK, 1920–1998), Linear B
Chao Yuen Ren (PR China, 1892–1982), Chinese language
Chakrabarti, Byomkes (India, 1923–1981), Santali language, Bengali language, comparative linguistics
Champollion, Jean-François (France, 1790–1832), Egyptian hieroglyphs
Chambers, Jack (Canada, 1938—), sociolinguistics
Chatterji, Suniti Kumar (India, 1890–1977), Bengali language
Chomsky, Noam (USA, 1928—), syntax, universal grammar
Chyet, Michael L. (USA, 1957—), Kurdish language
Clyne, Michael George (Australia), Germanic languages
Collitz, Hermann (Germany/USA, 1855–1935), historical linguistics
Comrie, Bernard (UK, 1947—), typology
Coseriu, Eugen (Romania/Germany, 1921–2002), Romance languages
Cowgill, Warren (USA, 1929–1985), Indo-European studies
Cowper, Elizabeth (Canada), syntax
Croft, William (USA, 1956—), syntax, cognitive linguistics
Crystal, David (UK, 1941—), English language, language death
Cuervo, Rufino J. (Colombia, 1844–1911), Spanish language, Colombian Spanish
Culicover, Peter W. (USA), syntax, language change
Culioli, Antoine (France, 1924—), general linguistics
Curme, George Oliver, Sr. (USA, 1860–1948), German language, English language

D

Dal, Vladimir (Russia, 1801–1872), lexicography, Russian language
Dani, Ahmad Hasan (Pakistan, 1920—), South Asian languages
Daniels, Peter T. (USA), writing systems
Deacon, Terrence (USA), language change, origin of language, cognitive linguistics
Dehkhoda, Ali-Akbar (Iran, 1879–1959), lexicography, Persian language
Delbrück, Berthold (Germany, 1842–1922), Indo-European languages, syntax, comparative linguistics
DeLozier, Judith (USA), neuro-linguistic programming
Dempwolff, Otto (Germany, 1871–1938), Austronesian languages
van Dijk, Teun A. (Netherlands, 1943—), pragmatics, discourse analysis, text linguistics
Dixon, R. M. W. (Australia, 1939—), syntax, typology, Australian languages, Amazonian languages
Dobrovský, Josef (Czech Republic, 1753–1829), Slavic languages, Czech language, lexicography
Doke, Clement Martyn (South Africa, 1893–1980), Bantu languages, Lamba language
Dolgopolsky, Aharon (Russia/Israel, 1930—), Nostratic languages
Dooley, Sheila (USA, 1959—), syntax, typology
Dorian, Nancy (USA), language death, Scottish Gaelic
Dougherty, Ray C. (USA), transformational grammar, computational linguistics
Dowty, David (USA), semantics, syntax
Dozier, Edward P. (USA, 1916–1971), Native American languages, languages of the Philippines
Dressler, Wolfgang U. (Austria, 1939—), phonology, morphology, text linguistics
van Driem, George (Netherlands), Tibeto-Burman languages, symbiosism, Dzongkha language
Duden, Konrad (Germany, 1829–1911), lexicography, German language
Dunn, John Asher (USA), Tsimshian language

E

Edwards, Jonathan, Jr. (USA, 1745–1801), North American languages, historical linguistics, Mohegan language
Ehret, Christopher (USA), languages of Africa, historical linguistics
Elgin, Suzette Haden (USA, 1936—), constructed languages, transformational grammar
Elman, Jeffrey L. (USA), language processing, neurolinguistics
Emeneau, Murray Barnson (USA, 1904–2005), Dravidian languages, linguist areas
Esenç, Tevfik (Turkey 1904–1992), Ubykh language
Even-Shoshan, Abraham (Belarus/Israel, 1906–1984), Hebrew language, lexicography
Everett, Daniel Leonard (USA, 1951—), languages of Brazil, Pirahã language
Everson, Michael (USA/Ireland, 1963—), writing systems, computational linguistics

F

Fillmore, Charles J. (USA, 1929—), syntax, lexical semantics, cognitive linguistics, lexicography
Firth, John Rupert (UK, 1890–1960), phonetics, phonology, prosody
Fiske, Willard (USA, 1831–1904), Northern European languages, Icelandic language
Fodor, Janet Dean (USA), psycholinguistics, semantics, syntax
Fodor, Jerry Alan (USA, 1935—), psycholinguistics, language of thought
Foley, William (Australia), Papuan languages, Austronesian languages
Ford, Jeremiah Denis Mathias (USA, 1873–1958), Spanish language
Fowler, Carol A. (USA), phonetics, phonology
Freiman, Aleksandr Arnoldovich (Poland/Russia, 1879–1968), Iranian languages
French, David Heath (USA, 1981–1994), Native American languages
Friedrich, Johannes (Germany, 1893–1972), Hittite language
Fromkin, Victoria (USA, 1923–2000), theoretical linguistics, constructed languages

G

Galloway, Brent D. (USA, 1944—), Amerindian languages, Halkomelem language
Gamkrelidze, Thomas V. (Georgia, 1929—), Indo-European studies, Georgian language
Gans, Eric (USA, 1941—), origin of language
Gazdar, Gerald (UK, 1950—), computational linguistics, syntax, semantics
Gebauer, Jan (Czech Republic, 1838–1907), Czech language
Geeraerts, Dirk (Belgium, 1955—), semantics, lexicography
Givón, Talmy (Israel/USA, 1936—), syntax, semantics, pragmatics, typology, functionalism
Giegerich, Heinz (Germany/UK), English language, phonology
Gleason, Jean Berko (USA), psycholinguistics, language acquisition
Goatly, Andrew (UK), English language, Chinese language
Goddard, R.H. Ives, III (USA), Algonquian languages, historical linguistics
Gode, Alexander (Germany/USA, 1906–1970), constructed languages, Germanic languages
Goldberg, Adele (USA, 1963—), syntax, psycholinguistics
Goldsmith, John Anton (USA, 1951—), phonology, computational linguistics
Goldstein, Louis M. (USA), phonetics, phonology
Gordon, Cyrus Herzl (USA, 1908–2001), ancient languages, cuneiform script
Gray, Louis Herbert (USA, 1875–1955), Indo-Iranian languages, phonology
Greenberg, Joseph Harold (USA, 1915–2001), typology, language universals, languages of Africa
Grice, (Herbert) Paul (UK/USA, 1913–1988), pragmatics
Grierson, George Abraham (Ireland, 1851–1941), languages of India
Gries, Stefan Thomas (Germany/USA, 1970—), corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, cognitive linguistics, construction grammar
Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Carl (Germany, 1785–1863), historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, German language
Grinder, John Thomas (USA, 1940—), neurolinguistics
Guisepi, Robert A. (USA, 1949—), ancient languages
Gumperz, John Joseph (USA, 1922—), sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, linguistic anthropology
Gutiérrez Eskildsen, Rosario María (Mexico, 1899–1979), Spanish language, dialectology
Guy, Gregory (USA), sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, phonetics, phonology

H

Haarmann, Harald (Germany, 1946—), evolutionary linguistics, language contact
Haas, Mary Rosamund (USA, 1910–1996), Native American languages, Thai language, historical linguistics
Hagberg, Carl August (Sweden, 1810–1864), Scandinavian languages
Hajic, Jan (Czech Republic), computational linguistics
Hajicová, Eva (Czech Republic), (1935—), corpus linguistics
Hale, Kenneth Locke (USA, 1934–2001), syntax, phonology
Hall, Kira (USA), sociocultural linguistics
Hall, Richard Michael Ryan (USA, 1927–1996), historical linguistics, Indo-European studies, Nilotic languages
Hall, Robert A., Jr. (USA, 1911–1997), Romance languages, Pidgins and Creoles
Halle, Morris (Latvia/USA, 1923—), phonology, morphology
Halliday, Michael Alexander Kirkwood (UK/Australia, 1925—), systemic functional grammar, ecolinguistics
Hammond, Michael (USA, 1957—), phonology, computational linguistics, syntax
Hamp, Eric P. (USA, 1920—), Indo-European languages, Native American languages
Harkavy, Alexander (Belarus/USA, 1863–1939), Yiddish language, lexicography
Harley, Heidi B. (USA, 1969—), distributed morphology, syntax
Harrington, John Peabody (USA, 1884–1961), Native American languages, phonetics
Harris, Roy (UK, 1931—), semiology, integrational linguistics
Harris, Zellig Sabbetai (Ukraine/USA, 1909–1992), structural linguistics, discourse analysis, Semitic languages
Hashimoto Shinkichi (Japan, 1882–1945), Old Japanese language, Japanese language
Haspelmath, Martin (Germany, 1963—), typology, language change, language contact, Lezgi language
Haugen, Einar Ingvald (USA, 1906–1994), sociolinguistics, Old Norse
Hawkins, Bruce Wayne (USA), cognitive linguistics
Hawkins, John A. (UK), psycholinguistics, historical linguistics
Hayakawa, Samuel Ichiye (Canada/USA, 1906–1992), semantics
Hayes, Bruce (USA), phonology
Heath, Jeffrey (USA), historical linguistics, morphology, linguistic anthropology
Heim, Irene Roswitha (Germany/USA), semantics
Heine, Bernd (Germany, 1939—), languages of Africa, sociolinguistics, language contact
Hetzron, Robert (Hungary/USA, 1937–1997), Afro-Asiatic languages
Hewitt, John Napoleon Brinton (USA, 1859–1937), Iroquoian languages
Hjelmslev, Louis (Denmark, 1899–1965), comparative linguistics, semantics
Hobbs, Jerry R. (United States, 1942—), computational linguistics, discourse analysis, syntax, semantics
Hock, Hans Henrich (Germany/USA), historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, Sanskrit
Hepburn, James Curtis (USA, 1815–1911), Japanese language, lexicography
Hockett, Charles Francis (USA, 1916–2000), phonology, morphology
Hoffmann, John-Baptist (Germany, 1857–1928), Mundari language
Hoijer, Harry (USA, 1904–1976), Athabaskan languages, Tonkawa language
Hopper, Paul (UK/USA), historical linguistics, emergent grammar
Hook, Peter Edwin (USA), Indo-Aryan languages, typology
Hornstein, Norbert (USA), syntax
Hrozný, Bedrich (Czech Republic, 1879–1952), Hittite language, ancient languages
von Humboldt, Wilhelm (Germany, 1787–1835), Basque language
Huddleston, Rodney D. (UK/Australia), English language
Hudson, Richard (UK, 1939—), syntax, word grammar
Hupel, August Wilhelm (Germany/Estonia, 1737–1819), Estonian language, lexicography
Hyman, Larry M. (USA, 1947—), phonology, languages of Africa
Hymes, Dell Hathaway (USA, 1927—), sociolinguistics, Kathlamet language

I

Illich-Svitych, Vladislav Markovich (Ukraine/Russia, 1934–1966), comparative linguistics, Nostratic languages
Ivanov, Vyacheslav Vsevolodovich (Russia, 1929—), Indo-European studies
Ivic, Pavle (Serbia, 1924–1999), South Slavic languages, phonology, Serbocroatian language

J

Jackendoff, Ray (USA, 1945—), syntax, lexical semantics
Jackson, Abraham Valentine Williams (USA, 1862–1937), Indo-Iranian languages, Avestan language
Jackson, Kenneth Hurlstone (UK, 1909–1991), Brythonic languages, Gaelic languages
Jagic, Vatroslav (Croatia, 1838–1923), Croatian language, Slavic languages
Jakobson, Roman Osipovich (Russia/Czech Republic/USA, 1896–1982), structuralism, phonology
Jarring, Gunnar (Sweden, 1907–2002), Turkic languages
Jaunius, Kazimieras (Lithuania, 1848–1908), Lithuanian language, comparative linguistics
Jendraschek, Gerd (Germany), Basque language, Turkish language, Iatmul language
Jespersen, Otto (Denmark, 1860–1943), English language, phonetics, constructed languages
Johnson, David E. (USA, 1946—), syntax
Jones, Daniel (UK, 1881–1967), phonetics
Jones, Sir William (UK, 1746–1794), Indo-European studies, Sanskrit, comparative linguistics
Joshi, Aravind Krishana (India/USA, 1929—), computational linguistics
Jurafsky, Daniel (USA), computational linguistics

K

Kaplan, Ronald M. (USA), computational linguistics
Karadžic, Vuk Stefanovic (Serbia, 1787–1864), Serbian language, lexicography
Kari, James (USA), Native American languages
Kasravi, Ahmad (Iran, 1890–1946), ancient languages, Iranian languages
Katz, Jerrold J. (USA, 1932–2002), semantics, generative grammar
Kaufman, Terrence (USA), historical linguistics, contact linguistics, Mesoamerican languages
Kay, Martin (UK, USA), computational linguistics
Kay, Paul (USA), construction grammar
Kayne, Richard (USA), syntax, transformational grammar
Keating, Patricia (USA), phonetics
Keenan, Edward (USA), typology, semantics, Malagasy language
Kenyon, John Samuel (USA, 1874–1959), English language, lexicography, phonology
Keyser, Samuel Jay (USA, 1935—), phonology, English language
Kinkade, M. Dale (USA, 1933–2004), Salishan languages
Kiparsky, Paul (Finland/USA, 1941—), phonology, morphology
Knechtges, David R. (USA), East Asian languages, Chinese language
Knorozov, Yuri Valentinovich (Russia, 1922–1999), Maya hieroglyphics, writing systems
Kober, Alice (UK/USA, 1906–1950), Linear B
van de Koot, Hans (UK), syntax
Koene, Net (Netherlands, 1946—), semantics
Kornai András (Hungary/USA, 1957—), mathematical linguistics, phonology, morphology, Hungarian language, syntax
Korzybski, Alfred Habdank Skarbek (Poland/USA, 1879–1950), general semantics
Koster, Jan (Netherlands, 1945—), generative grammar
Krahe, Hans (Germany, 1898–1965), Indo-European languages, Illyrian language
Krashen, Stephen (USA, 1941—), second language acquisition
Kratzer, Angelika (USA/Germany), semantics
Krauss, Michael E. (USA, 1941—), Native American languages
Krishnamurti, Bhadriraju (India, 1929—), Dravidian languages
Kroeber, Alfred Louis (USA, 1876–1960), Native American languages
Kucera, Henry (Czech Republic/USA, 1925—), computational linguistics
Kuno Susumu (Japan/USA, 1933—), Dravidian languages, Japanese language, syntax
Kurath, Hans (Austria/USA, 1891–1992), English language, lexicography, dialectology
Kurylowicz, Jerzy (Poland, 1895–1978), Indo-European languages, syntax, morphology

L

Labov, William (USA, 1927—), sociolinguistics, phonology, English language
Ladefoged, Peter Nielsen (UK/USA, 1925–2006), phonetics, endangered languages
Lakoff, George P. (USA, 1941—), cognitive linguistics, transformational grammar, generative semantics, syntax
Lakoff, Robin Tolmach (USA, 1942—), sociolinguistics
Lamb, Sydney MacDonald (USA, 1929—), stratificational grammar, Native American languages, historical linguistics, computational linguistics
Lambdin, Thomas Oden (USA), Semitic languages, Egyptian language
Langacker, Ronald W. (USA, 1942—), cognitive linguistics
Lasersohn, Peter (USA), semantics
Lasnik, Howard (USA, 1945—), syntax
Lawler, John (USA), syntax, semantics, computational linguistics
Laycock, Donald (Australia, —1988), languages of Papua New Guinea
Lees, Robert (USA, 1922–1996), machine translation
Lehmann, Winfred P. (USA, 1916–2007), historical linguistics, Proto-Indo-European language
Lepsius, Karl Richard (Germany, 1810–1884), Egyptian language, Nubian languages, phonology
Leskien, August (Germany, 1840–1916), comparative linguistics, Baltic languages, Slavic languages
Levinson, Stephen C. (UK/Netherlands), pragmatics
Levstik, Fran (Slovenia, 1831–1881), Slovenian language
Li Fanggui (PR China/USA, 1902–1987), Mattole language, Tai languages, Old Chinese, Tibetan language
Liberman, Alvin Meyer (USA, 1917–2000), speech perception, phonology
Liberman, Anatoly (Russia/USA), etymology, Germanic languages
Liberman, Mark (USA), phonetics, prosody
Lieber, Rochelle (USA, 1954—), morphology, syntax, lexical semantics
Lieberman, Philip (USA, phonetics, language evolution
Lisker, Leigh (USA, 1918–2006), phonetics, Dravidian languages
Local, John (UK, 1947—), phonetics, phonology, conversation analysis
Lounsbury, Floyd Glenn (USA, 1914–1998), Native American languages, Mayan languages
Lowman, Guy Sumner, Jr. (USA, 1909–1941), phonetics
Ludlow, Peter (USA, 1957—), syntax, semantics
Lukoff, Fred (USA, 1920–2000), Korean language, phonology
Lunde, Ken (USA, 1965—), East Asian languages

M

MacWhinney, Brian (USA, 1945—), language acquisition
Maddieson, Ian (USA), phonetics
Malkiel, Yakov (USA, 1914–1998), etymology, philology
Marantz, Alec (USA), distributed morphology
March, Francis Andrew (USA, 1825–1911), comparative linguistics, lexicography, Old English language, English language
Margolis, Max Leopold (Lithuania/USA, 1866–1932), Semitic languages
Marr, Nikolay Yakovlevich (Georgia/Russia, 1865–1934), historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, origin of language
Martin, Samuel Elmo (USA, 1924—), Korean language, Japanese language
Martinet, André (France, 1908–1999), structuralism, historical linguistics, constructed languages
Martinet, Jeanne (France, 1920—), semiotics, constructed languages
Mathesius, Vilém (Czech Republic, 1882–1945), phonology, syntax, English language, Czech language
Matisoff, James A. (USA, 1937—), Tibeto-Burman languages, phonology
Matthews, Peter Hugoe (UK, 1934—), morphology, syntax
Matthews, Stephen (UK/PR China), typology, syntax, semantics, Cantonese language
Mattingly, Ignatius G. (USA, 1927–2004), phonetics, speech synthesis, speech perception
McCarthy, John J. (USA, 1953—), phonology, morphology, optimality theory
McCawley, James D. (UK/USA, 1938–1999), syntax, semantics, phonology
McCune, George McAfee (North Korea/USA, 1908–1988), Korean language
McNamara, Barbara (USA), Chinese language
McWhorter, John Hamilton (USA, 1965—), creole languages, Saramaccan language
Meinhof, Carl Friedrich Michael (Germany, 1857–1944), languages of Africa
Melchert, H. Craig (USA), Anatolian languages
Michaelis, Laura A. (USA), syntax, English language
Miklošic, Franc (Slovenia/Austria, 1813–1891), Slavic languages
Miller, Roy Andrew (USA, 1924—), Tibetan language
Mithun, Marianne (USA, 1946—), Native American languages
Miura Tsutomu (Japan, 1911–1989), Japanese language
Mönkh-Amgalan, Yümjiriin (Mongolia), pragmatics, semantics, syntax, Mongolian language, dialectology
Montague, Richard Merett (USA, 1930–1971), semantics, philosophy of language
Moser, Edward W. (USA), Seri language
Mufwene, Salikoko (USA), creole languages, African American Vernacular English, language evolution
Munro, Pamela (USA), Native American languages, lexicography
Murray, James (UK, 1837–1915), lexicography, English language, etymology

N

Nábelková, Mira (Slovakia), lexical semantics, sociolinguistics
Nádasdy Ádám (Hungary), phonology, morphophonology
Napoli, Donna Jo (USA), 1948—), syntax, phonetics, phonology, Japanese language
Neeleman, Ad (Netherlands/UK, 1964—), syntax, semantics, phonology, generative grammar
Nelson, Andrew Nathaniel (USA, 1893–1975), Japanese language, lexicography
Newmeyer, Frederick J. (USA, 1944—), syntax, origin of language
Nichols, Johanna (USA), languages of the Caucasus, Chechen language, Ingush language, typology
Nissenbaum, Jonathan (Canada), syntax, semantics
Nolan, Francis (UK), phonetics
Noreen, Adolf Gotthard (Sweden, 1854–1925), dialectology, historical linguistics, Germanic languages
Nunberg, Geoffrey (USA), lexical semantics, English language

O

Odden, David A. (USA), phonology, African linguistics, Bantu languages
Ohala, John (USA), phonetics, phonology
Okrand, Marc (USA), Klingon language, Native American language, constructed languages
Orešnik, Janez (Slovenia, 1935—), comparative linguistics
Orton, Harold (UK, 1898–1975), phonology, dialectology, English dialects
Osthoff, Hermann (Germany, 1847–1909), Indo-European studies, historical linguistics

P

Pa?ini (India, ca. 520–460 BC), Sanskrit, morphology, descriptive linguistics, generative linguistics
Partee, Barbara Hall (USA, 1940—), semantics
Paul, Hermann Otto Theodor (Germany, 1846–1921), lexicography, German language
Pawley, Andrew Kenneth (Australia/New Zealand, 1941), Austronesian languages, Papuan languages, lexicography, phraseology
Pedersen, Holger (Denmark, 1867–1953), Celtic languages, historical linguistics, Nostratic languages
Pedersen, Johannes (Demark, 1883–1977), Hebrew language
Pei, Mario Andrew (Italy/USA, 1901–1978), Italian language, Indo-European languages
Pesetsky, David Michael (USA, 1957—), transformational grammar
Phillipson, Robert (UK/Denmark, 1942—), language policy
Pierrehumbert, Janet (USA, phonetics, phonology
Pike, Kenneth Lee (USA, 1912–2000), English language, constructed languages, tagmemics
Pilch, Herbert (Germany, 1927—), Old English, Celtic languages, phonetics
Pimsleur, Paul (USA), language acquisition, French language, phonetics
Pinker, Steven (Canada/USA, 1954—), language acquisition, semantics, cognitive linguistics
Pollard, Carl Jesse (USA, 1947—), syntax, semantics
Pollock, Jean-Yves (France), syntax
Postal, Paul M. (USA, 1936—), syntax, semantics
Primer, Sylvester (USA, 1842–1912), English language, dialectology, phonetics, Germanic languages
Prince, Alan Sanford (USA, 1946—), optimality theory, phonology
Pulgram, Ernst (Austria/USA, 1915–2005), Romance languages, Italic languages
Pullum, Geoffrey K. (UK/USA, 1945—), syntax, English language
Pustejovsky, James D. (USA), natural language processing, computational linguistics, semantics

Q

Quirk, Charles Randolph (UK/Germany, 1920—), English language

R

Rael, Juan Bautista (USA, 1900–1993), phonology, morphology, New Mexican Spanish
Rask, Rasmus Christian (Denmark, 1787–1832), lexicography, comparative linguistics, Indo-European language
Read, Allen Walker (USA, 1906—2002), etymology, lexicography, English language
Reinhart, Tanya (Israel, 1943–2007), syntax
Rickford, John Russell (USA), sociolinguistics, African American Vernacular English
Rizzi, Luigi (Italy, 1952—), syntax, language acquisition
Roberts, Ian G. (UK, 1957—), syntax
Rock, Joseph Francis Charles (Austria/USA/PR China, 1984–1962), Naxi language, lexicography
Ross, John Robert (USA, 1938—), semantics, syntax
Ross, Malcolm David (Australia, 1942—), Austronesian languages, Papuan languages, historical linguistics, language contact
Rubach, Jerzy (Poland/USA, 1948—), phonology, Polish language
Rubin, Philip E. (USA, 1949—), articulatory synthesis, phonology
Ruhlen, Merritt (USA), typology, historical linguistics

S

Sacks, Harvey (USA, 1935–1975), conversation analysis
Sadock, Jerrold (USA), syntax, morphology, pragmatics, Greenlandic language, Yiddish language
Sag, Ivan (USA, 1949—), syntax, construction grammar
Salo, David (USA, 1969—), constructed languages, Tocharian languages, Elvish languages
Sampson, Geoffrey (UK, 1944—), philosophy of language
Sankrityayan, Rahul (India, 1893–1963), Tibetan language, Hindi language
Sapir, Edward (Germany/USA, 1884–1939), Native American languages, constructed languages, semantics
Saunders, Irene (USA/PR China), lexicography, Chinese language
de Saussure, Ferdinand (Switzerland/France, 1857–1913), semantics, Indo-European studies, structural linguistics
Sayce, Archibald Henry (UK, 1846–1933), Akkadian language
Schegloff, Emanuel (USA), conversation analysis
Schiller, Eric (USA, 1955), Khmer language
Schleicher, August (Germany, 1821–1868), Indo-European studies, language development, historical linguistics
Schmidt, Johannes (Germany, 1843–1901), historical linguistics, Indo-European studies
Schmidt, Wilhelm (Germany/Austria/Switzerland, 1868–1954), Mon-Khmer languages
Schwarzschild, Roger (USA), semantics, pragmatics
Searle, John Rogers (USA, 1932—), philosophy of language, pragmatics
Sen, Sukumar (India, 1900–1992), Bengali language
Sequoyah (USA, 1767–1843), Cherokee language
Setälä, Eemil Nestor (Finland, 1864–1935), Finnish language
Sgall, Petr (Czech republic, 1926—), syntax
Shackle, Christopher (UK, 1942—), Urdu language, Punjabi language
Shepard-Kegl, Judy (USA), Nicaraguan Sign Language
Shevoroshkin, Vitaly Victorovich (Russia/USA), Anatolian languages, Slavic languages
Sibawayh (Iran, ca. 760–796), Arabic language
Sievers, Eduard (Germany, 1850–1932), Germanic languages, historical linguistics
Sihler, Andrew Littleton (USA, 1941), comparative linguistics, Indo-European languages
Skinner, B.F. (USA, 1905–1992), Verbal behavior
Skousen, Royal (United States, 1945—), language modeling
Smith, Neilson Voyne (UK, 1939—), syntax, language acquisition
Smolensky, Paul (USA, 1955—), phonology, optimality theory, syntax
Snyder, William Brandon (USA), language acquisition
Starostin, Sergei Anatolyevich (Russia, 1953–2005), historical linguistics, comparative linguistics
Steels, Luc (Belgium), computational linguistics, evolutionary linguistics
Stetson, Raymond Herbert (USA, —1950), phonetics
Stieber, Zdzislaw (Poland, 1903–1980), Slavic languages, phonology
Suzuki Takao (Japan, 1926—), Japanese language, sociolinguistics
Swadesh, Morris (USA, 1909–1967), typology, historical linguistics, Native American languages, lexicostatistics
Sweet, Henry (UK, 1845–1912), Germanic languages, phonetics
Sweetser, Eve (USA), cognitive linguistics, semantics, historical linguistics, Celtic languages

T

Talmy, Leonard (USA), cognitive linguistics, semantics, Yiddish language, Native American languages
Tannen, Deborah Frances (USA, 1945—), discourse analysis
Teeter, Karl van Duyn (USA, 1929–2007), Algic languages, endangered languages
Thomas, Calvin (USA, 1854–1919), Germanic languages, German language
Thomason, Sarah Grey (USA), language contact, historical linguistics, typology, Montana Salish
Thompson, John Eric Sidney (UK, 1898–1975), Maya languages, Maya hieroglyphics
Thompson, Sandra A. (USA), syntax, discourse analysis, Mandarin language
Tokieda Motoki (Japan, 1900–1967), Japanese language
Tolkien, John Ronal Reuel (UK, 1892–1973), Old English language, constructed languages, Sindarin, Quenya
Toporišic, Jože (Slovenia, 1926—), Slovenian language
Trager, George Leonard (USA, 1906–1992), phonemics, paralanguage, semantics
Trask, Robert Lawrence (USA, 1944–2004), Basque language, historical linguistics, origin of language
Trubetzkoy, Nikolai Sergeyevich (Russia/Austria, 1890–1938), structural linguistics, morphology, phonology
Trudgill, Peter (UK, 1943—), sociolinguistics, English language, dialectology
Turner, Mark (USA), cognitive linguistics

U

Ullendorff, Edward (UK, 1920—), Semitic languages
Unger, James Marshall (USA, 1947—), Japanese language, historical linguistics, writing systems
Upton (UK), English language, sociolinguistics, dialectology

V

Vajda, Edward (USA), Ket language, historical linguistics, Na-Dené languages
van Valin, Robert D. (USA, 1952—), syntax, semantics, cognitive linguistics
Valli, Clayton (USA, —2003), American Sign Language,
Vasmer, Max (Russia/Germany, 1886–1962), etymology, historical linguistics, Russian language
Vaux, Bert (USA, 1968—), phonology, morphology, Armenian language
Veltman, Calvin (USA/Canada/France), sociolinguistics
Ventris, Michael George Francis (UK, 1922–1956), Linear B
Verner, Karl (Denmark, 1846–1896), phonology, comparative linguistics, historical linguistics, Indo-European studies
Voloshinov, Valentin Nikolaevich (Russia, 1895–1936), semantics
Vovin, Alexander (Russia/USA), Japanese language, languages of Siberia

W

Wackernagel, Jacob (Switzerland, 1853–1938), Indo-European studies, Sanskrit
Wang Li (PR China, 1900–1986), Chinese language
Watkins, Calvert (USA), comparative linguistics, Indo-European languages
Weeks, Raymond (USA, 1863–1954), phonetics, French language
Weinreich, Max (Latvia/USA, 1893–1969), Yiddish language
Weinreich, Uriel (Poland/USA, 1926–1967), sociolinguistics, dialectology, semantics, Yiddish language
Wells, John Christopher (UK, 1939—), phonetics, Esperanto,
Westermann, Diedrich Hermann (Germany, 1875–1956), languages of Africa, typology
Westphal, Ernst Oswald Johannes (South Africa/UK, 1919–1990), Bantu languages, Khoisan languages
Whalen, Douglas H. (USA), phonology, endangered languages
Wheeler, Benjamin Ide (United States, 1954–1927), historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, Greek language
White, Lydia (United Kingdom/Canada), second language acquisition
Whitney, William Dwight (USA, 1827–1894), lexicography, Sanskrit, English language
Whorf, Benjamin Lee (USA, 1897–1941), Native American languages, Maya script
Wichmann, Søren (Denmark, 1964—), Mesoamerican languages, Mixe-Zoque languages, Mayan languages, Maya script
Widdowson, Henry G. (UK), English language, discourse analysis
Wierzbicka, Anna (Poland/Australia, 1938—), semantics, pragmatics
Williams, Nicholas Jonathan Anselm (UK/Ireland, 1942—), Cornish language, Irish language, Manx language, phonology,
Williams, Samuel Wells (USA/China, 1812–1884), Chinese language, lexicography
Wilson, Robert Dick (USA, 1856–1930), comparative linguistics, Hebrew language, Syriac language
Wittmann, Henri (France/Canada, 1937—), French language, creole languages, morphology, comparative linguistics
Wolvengrey, Arok (Canada), Cree language, syntax, Native American languages, lexicography
Wurm, Stephen Adolphe (Hungary/Australia, 1922–2001), Australian Aboriginal languages, Papuan languages

X

Y

Yamada Yoshio (Japan, 1873—1958), Japanese language
Yiakoumetti, Androula (Cyprus), Greek language, dialectology
Yngve, Victor (USA, 1920—), computational linguistics, natural language processing
Young, Robert W. (USA, 1912–2007), Navajo language, lexicography

Z

Zamenhof, Ludvic Lazarus (Poland, 1859–1917), Esperanto
Zepeda, Ofelia (USA, 1952—), O'odham language
Zwicky, Arnold, (USA, 1940—), syntax, morphology

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