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Coleman, Julie / McDermott, Anne (Hrsg.): Historical Dictionaries and Historical Dictionary Research. Papers from the International Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexicology, at the University of Leicester, 2002. VII/224 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2004.
ISBN: 3-484-39123-5

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This volume is a collection of papers from the 1st International Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexicology at the University of Leicester in 2002. The purpose of the conference was to bring together scholars and academics from around the world working as scholars and editors on historical dictionaries or as practising lexicographers. The papers are, accordingly, arranged in two sections, reflecting the distinction between those individuals working on the historical development of dictionaries and those considering the lexicological problems and challenges facing the lexicographer in attempting to represent as fully and justly as possible historical forms of the English language.


Introduction S. III
Dictionary History
Considine, John:
  Du Cange: Lexicography and the Medieval Heritage S. 1
Takeda, Reiko:
  Cambridge, Trinity College Library MS O.5.4: A 15th Century Pedagogical Dictionary? S. 11
Lancashire, Ian:
  Lexicography in the Early Modern Period: the Manuscript Record S. 19
Karpova, Olga:
  Authors Lexicography with Special Reference to Shakespeare Dictionaries S. 31
Leonardi, Natascia:
  An Analysis of a Seventeenth Century Conceptual Dictionary with an Alphabetical List of Entries and a Network Definition Structure: John Wilkins and William Lloyds An Alphabetical Dictionary (1668) S. 39
Fowler, Rowena:
  Text and Meaning in Richardsons Dictionary S. 53
Beal, Joan:
  An Autodidacts Lexicon: Thomas Spences Grand Repository of the English Language (1775) S. 63
Coleman, Julie:
  The Third Edition of Groses Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue: Booksellers Hackwork or Posthumous Masterpiece? S. 71
Hüllen, Werner:
  Rogets Thesaurus, deconstructed S. 83
van Male, Thora:
  From Incipit to Iconophor S. 95
Pilar-Perea, Maria:
  The History of a Multi-dialectal Catalan Dictionary: the Diccionari Català-Valencià-Balear S. 109
James, Gregory:
  Culture and the Dictionary: Evidence from the First European Lexicographical Work in China S. 119
Historical Dictionaries
Healey, Antonette diPaolo:
  Polysemy and the Dictionary of Old English S. 137
Lewis, Robert E.:
  Aspects of Polysemy in the Middle English Dictionary S. 149
Stanley, Eric:
  Polysemy and Synonymy and how these Concepts were Understood from the Eighteenth Century onwards in Treatises, and Applied in Dictionaries of English S. 157
Styles, Tania:
  Culinary Exchanges: an Investigation of the Etymologies of some Loanwords in the Third Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary S. 185
Mooijaart, Marijke:
  Citations in the Woordenboek der Nederlandsche Taal S. 201
Blake, Norman:
  Ordering a Historical Dictionary: the Example of Shakespeares Informal English S. 213