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Oar, Fess
> Reasons to Become a Professional Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
 
Obler, Loraine
> Bilingualism in Rats: A Ten-Year Study Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Empty Speech: The Non-Certifiably Brain-Damaged Lingua Pranca June 1978
> A Neurolinguistic Analysis of Sex and Second Language Learning: A Note Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
Oblonglotta, Medulla
> The Highly Variable Lexicon of 955Extremely Rapid Diachronic Change (ERDC) Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
 
Obote, Julius
> A Note on BORROWING Babel I.1 March 1990
 
Ochs, Trevor Nigel
> The Most Unusual Creole of All: A Sociolinguistic Study Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
 
O’Gnosis, Aster E.
> Draw Me a Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
 
O’Jonesson, ɹɒbɪn
> The Sociolinguistic Impact of Hippie Linguist Naming Practices Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
 
Ο᾿Κῶλον, Κόμμα
> As I learn more of creolization... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
> Kenneth Lee Pike... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> A linguist told to assimilate... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> A lover of words’s formations... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> The Old Phonetician of Stroud... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> On Татьяна’s lingvistic devotion... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> Perhaps some vowel reductions... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> Pronouncing an “ough” is quite tough... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> SpecGram causes unwilling grins... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> The syntax I studied ad verbum... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> There’s a sweet phonetician named Vicky... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> When first you learn how to babble... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
 
Okrent, Arika
> The Patented SpecGram 5 Minute Interview: Arika Okrent SpecGram Podcast May 2014
 
Olafson, Olaf
> A Lost Chapter from The Little Prince Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
 
Olsen, Gabe
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIII SpecGram Podcast May 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIV SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXIII SpecGram Podcast March 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXIV SpecGram Podcast April 2013
> Linguistic Stand-Up Comedy from Gabe Olsen SpecGram Podcast May 2011
 
Onesimus, H.D.
> Comestible Morphosyntax: The Effects of Food Intake On Grammatical Performance Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.4 March 1998
> Critical Readings in Linguistics Crossword PuzzlePuzzle from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Cultural TonesSemantically significant suprasegmentals in the Kamgala language Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> Epistulae ad Percontatores Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> “Evidential Complexity and Language Loss in Pinnacle Sherpa”by Keith Slater Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Linguistics Acronym Word Search Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> A New Mechanism For Contact-Induced Change: Evidence From Maritime Languages Speculative Grammarian CL.3 July 2005
> On the Etymology of Editorials Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> The Origin of the Modern Pronunciation of “Tea” Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> The Origins of Infixation in Kamkala Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> The “Slater Method” of Linguistic Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The State of the Field Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Ono-Maztique, Yoko
> Nominative Determinism Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
 
O’Ntolojiss, Pael E.
> Bait Me Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> Proto-Indo-SpamopeanAn Early Exemplar of “Ye Olde Baite of Yon Clicke” Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
 
Ooba-Nuhd, Dash Ŋ.
> On the Cryptographic Uses of TLAs Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
 
O’Phedon, Boust R.
> Typographers love... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
 
O’Rait, D. T. R.
> Degenerative GrammarOur Current State of Linguistic Degradation Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
 
Orange, Hoam L. E.
> A Reanalysis of English Cat Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
 
Orton, William
> The Joy of Tax Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
 
O’Shaughnessy, Valencia R.
> Acquiring Isolation: The Peculiar Case of Ghwǘǜb Speculative Grammarian CLIX.ι Mid-August 2010
 
Ostrogoth, Dnieper
> Who’s Who in Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Ostrogoth, Dniester
> Who’s Who in Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
O’ßip, G.
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IA Survey of Current and Historical Evidentials Reportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IIA Survey of Current and Historical EvidentialsReportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
 
Óðinsmeyjar, Þrúðr
> GraphophoneticsThe Science of Transcription and Personality Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
 
Otkinsoover, Peetr
> CALL-Emulation as CALL-Transitioning Strategy: A Pilot Study Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
 
O’Toole, Brendan
> Performance of “The Linguistics Wars” SpecGram Podcast November 2010
 
Ott, Otis Oswald
> On the Correct Usage of the Ellipsis Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
 
Our Readers
> Ask Mr Linguistics Person Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
> Ask Mr Linguistics Person Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
> Ask Mr Linguistics Person Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
> Letter to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
> Letter to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> Letter to the EditorMinimal Forests Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.1 January 2004
> Letters to Atticus Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> Letters to the Editor Babel I.1 March 1990
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.3 July 2004
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.4 October 2004
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CL.2 April 2005
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CL.3 July 2005
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLII.4 July 2007
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.2 June 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.2 November 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXII.2 July 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXII.4 September 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXV.3 September 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.3 July 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> Look What The Postman Dragged In Babel I.3 September 1990
> Noise in the System Langue du Monde XVI.4 September 1991
> Our Readers Mouth Off Babel I.2 April 1990
> Reader’s Forum Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> Viewer Mail Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Vox Populi Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
 
Ouroboros, Yamātā­rājabhā­nasalagām
> Mars Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
O’Wulf, B. E.
> Hu ða Æþelingas? or, Who are the Linguists?A “Monolingual” Analysis Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
 

P Authors ^


Paktphaq-Torr, M.
> Reviewerish Field Notes Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
 
Palabras, Pablo
> The Dangers of Publishing Preliminary Findings Babel I.3 September 1990
 
Palin, Michael
> Center Embedding as Cultural Imperative (not contact-induced innovation) Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
 
Papi, H I A W
> Re: Choose Your Own Career in Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
 
Paplopogous, Andreas
> The Priority of Written Language Babel I.3 September 1990
 
Parameter, Marc P.
> Language Acquisition Device Found Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Parenchyma, Hilário
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart EPhonetics vs. Phonology Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
 
Parker, Katy Jo
> Texan for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Paryadok, Bess
> Why Princes are not Scribes, and the Rat Eats Grain Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.λ Mid-April 2012
 
Paulsen, Piotr Pablo
> Post-Prescriptivist Performance Piece Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
 
Payne, Laura
> A Brief Puzzlicious Interlude Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
 
Pearce, Mary
> Christmas Carol Orthography Puzzle Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> Labiodental Flap Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> Trilabial Bill! Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
 
Peelo, Cathal
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> Performance of “Close and Extended Relative ClausesA Critical Account” SpecGram Podcast February 2016
> Performance of “Fifty Grades of A SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Performance of “Handbook for Linguistic Elicitation, Volume 28: Laziness and Inactivity SpecGram Podcast May 2013
> Performance of “On Some Acoustic Correlates of Isoglossy” SpecGram Podcast November 2013
> Performance of “On the Quantum Nature of Linguistic Fame—A Reply to Slater” SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Performance of “Strings and Things: A Unificational Meta-Theory for All Linguistics” SpecGram Podcast July 2013
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.1 September 2013
 
Pèl-Roig, Fillastre
> On Pseudo-PsiblingsA Good Start in Need of Significant Linguistic Improvements Which We Have Undertaken and Are Here to Report On Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.π Mid-April 2017
 
Pelirrojo, Hijastro
> On Pseudo-PsiblingsA Good Start in Need of Significant Linguistic Improvements Which We Have Undertaken and Are Here to Report On Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.π Mid-April 2017
 
Pelkey, Jamin
> Mandarin Tone in Historical Epic Quest Perspective Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
 
Pelota-Grande, I. Juana
> Linguistic Topology Speculative Grammarian CL.2 April 2005
> Normalized Independent Basis-Vector–Based Languages and the Dream of Just Universal Enough LanguagesA Reply to Nsiwander-Sic Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
Pendek, Orang
> Lingo Jumble Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Peregusna, Vormela
> Linguistic Aspects of a Recent Curious Psychological Case Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
 
Perkins, Ryan
> Overheard in the SpecGram Editorial Lounge Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
 
Perniquity, Pumptilian
> In school some linguists, mocking more... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> It seemed to Meillet on a bender... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> It’s not easy composing a triolet... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> Language and Word trashed some research... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> A linguist named Jack was ambitious... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> A linguist who sought to learn Navajo... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> A loanword I heard in अमरो- Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> My work on a language near Jatobal... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> The OED’s note for the triolet... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> A reference grammar’f Rotokas... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> Some fricatives hiss like a cat... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
> A stop is a curious sound... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
> A student of Urdu named Linda... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> There once was a bright Қазақ қыз... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> There once was a gymnast phonologist... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.3 July 2014
> There once was a linguist from Phuket... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> There once was a linguist named Hallyer... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> There once was a linguist named Lindstrom... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> There once was a linguist named Shlomo... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> There once was a linguistic duo... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> There once was a mad syntactician... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> There once was a scurrilous gnome... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> There once was a student of Cree... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> There once was a student of Quechua... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> There once were two experts of Shona... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> Vowels are made as the tongue... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> What it costs your prestige you must see... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> When funds for her research Liz sought her... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> While pursuing Caucasianist schemes... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> A young linguist who worked on crustacea... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
 
Pertú, Eura U.
> The Etymology of Timothy Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> The Real Etymology of Timothy Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Perverbum, Solvi T.
> Why Princes are not Scribes, and the Rat Eats Grain Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.λ Mid-April 2012
 
Peters, Amy
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
 
Peterson, David J.
> Classified Ads Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> Collected Graphic Evidence Against the Existence of the Morphome Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Α Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Β Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Γ Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> The Conlanger’s Pasta Machine Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Doing Fieldwork on Constructed Languages Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
> A Field at War: Curbing the Influx of Lexicalist Morphomes Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
> Google Results Support an Anglo-Genesis Model of Language Degradation Speculative Grammarian CLXII.4 September 2011
> Handy Definitions for Newcomers to the Field of Linguistics Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> How to Pay for Linguistic Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> Inside SpecGram: A view from the front lines Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionA Few Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionMore Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. I SpecGram Podcast March 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. II SpecGram Podcast March 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. III SpecGram Podcast April 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. IV SpecGram Podcast May 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. V SpecGram Podcast June 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VI SpecGram Podcast July 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VII SpecGram Podcast August 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VIII SpecGram Podcast October 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. IX SpecGram Podcast November 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. X SpecGram Podcast December 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XI SpecGram Podcast March 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XII SpecGram Podcast April 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIII SpecGram Podcast May 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIV SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XV SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVI SpecGram Podcast July 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVII SpecGram Podcast August 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVIII SpecGram Podcast September 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XIX SpecGram Podcast October 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XX SpecGram Podcast November 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> The Lexicalist AgendaExposing the Myths Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
> Lexicalist Sampson Found, Rescued Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Linguistics Manifesto Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
> Mad Libitum Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> A Menu for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> The Most Amazing Linguistic Concert Event of the 21st Century Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> NEOLOGA-1A Macrofactor Framework for Linguistics Disorders Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> No Escape From the Bremley BumpDon’t Try Linguistic Analysis in the Privacy of Your Own Treehouse Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
> An Official Confession Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
> On the Correct Usage of the Ellipsis Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> On the Necessity of a Tri-Branching Corpse Speculative Grammarian CLI.β September 2006
> Per Legale Judicium Parium Suorum Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
> Performance of “A 21st Century Proposal for English Spelling Reform” SpecGram Podcast January 2010
> Performance of “Doing Fieldwork on Constructed Languages” SpecGram Podcast April 2011
> Performance of “How to Do Fieldwork on Proto-Indo-European” SpecGram Podcast June 2010
> Performance of “The Linguistic Big Crunch” SpecGram Podcast December 2011
> Performance of “The Linguistic Big Rip” SpecGram Podcast December 2011
> Performance of “Linguistics Manifesto” SpecGram Podcast August 2011
> Performance of “The Linguistics Wars” SpecGram Podcast November 2010
> Performance of “Phonological Theory and Language Acquisition” SpecGram Podcast August 2010
> Performance of “Towards a Perfect Definition of the Term “Sign” ” SpecGram Podcast December 2010
> Performance of “What is Linguistics Good For, Anyway?” SpecGram Podcast May 2010
> Performance of “Where No Researcher Should Tread” SpecGram Podcast December 2009
> A Public Service Announcement Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> A Reanalysis of English Cat Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
> Remembering Better TimesA Letter from a Former Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Rethinking Social Sciences Under the Influence of N-Bar Theory Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
> Ruminating on Consonants Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> Simplificational Onomastics Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
> SpecGram and the WorldLetters from International Advisory Council of Speculative Grammarian Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
> The Symptoms and Warning Signs of Framework Psychosis Speculative Grammarian CLV.2 November 2008
> Systematic Suppletion: An Investigation of Ksotre Case Marking Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> Ten New Commandments for Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> What is a Morphome? Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
> Where No Researcher Should Tread Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
 
Pheevr, Q.
> The Wrathful Dispersion Controversy: A Canadian Perspective Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
 
Phlembotaine, Velma
> On the Scientific Beautification of Personal Names: A Study in Experimental Phonosthetic Onomastics Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
 
Phlogiston, Phineas Q.
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart INon-Configurational Languages Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart IVStatistical Machine Translation Speculative Grammarian CLII.4 July 2007
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart XIPrescriptivism vs. Descriptivism Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart 12Syllables Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart 13Langue vs. Parole Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart 14Gricean Implicature Speculative Grammarian CLV.2 November 2008
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart 3Morphological Typology Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart 九Lexicostatistics vs. Glottochronology Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart BErgativity Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart ζPhysics vs. Physics Envy Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart זSynchronic vs. Diachronic Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> Cartoon Theories of LinguisticsPart жThe Trouble with NLP Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> Performance of “Degenerative Grammar” SpecGram Podcast May 2016
> Performance of “The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “Labyrinths & Linguists” SpecGram Podcast September 2015
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart I” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart II” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> “ ‘Variation in the English Indefinite Article’ by Tim Pulju”Reviewed by Don Mueang Changiand“ ‘Variation in the English Indefinite Article’ by Tim Pulju”Reviewed by Dr. Francis Narcía Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
 
Phocaena, Horatio
> Is Manateean a Delphinic Creole? Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
 
Phonétique, Phrançoise
> Once there stood a man in God-knows-where... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> Velum, Velum, Little Thing Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
 
Pill, Dr.
> The Symptoms and Warning Signs of Framework Psychosis Speculative Grammarian CLV.2 November 2008
 
Pisces, Pocus
> Veritas Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
 
Pisces, Porcus
> Pisces’ Playpen Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
 
The Pitch Witch
> Young lady, I have a confession... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
 
Plaid’oh, Fædrus Ϙ. Χ.
> “Noam Chomsky’s Syntactic Structures (Review)”by Robert E. Lee Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> On Google, Wikipedia, and The Development of The Internet Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Plicable, Iain A.
> The Topology of Syntax Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
 
Plusrose, Étienne
> Universal Grammar: A Metatheoretical Approach Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
 
Polarczik, Cynthia
> Toward a Universal Typology of Noun Phrases Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
 
Pop, Fom
> More Glimpses into the Collective Subconscious Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> A Strange Datum From Deep Onomastic Space Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Popoi, O.
> The Classical Roots of South America Speculative Grammarian CL.3 July 2005
> A Classical Vignette Speculative Grammarian CL.2 April 2005
 
Poser, Bill
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
 
Poulton, Lynn
> “Hoist ’er up and let ’er rip”: Androcentrism further Explored Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> It’s 2 A.M., Do You Know What Your RNA is Doing? Babel I.3 September 1990
> Sociohistorical Linguistic Semiotics and Systemic Theory: The Indo-Europeans Re-Examined Babel I.3 September 1990
 
Pratt, Artemus Zebulon
> Hella Hellacious Diversions Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> It’s the Independent Scholar’s Life for Me, Boyo! Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> Revelations Sober and Ailing Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
 
Prickett, Davis
> The Grapholinguist Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> The Grapholinguist Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> The Grapholinguist Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> The Grapholinguist Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
 
Priestly, Tom
> More Glimpses into the Collective Subconscious Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> A Strange Datum From Deep Onomastic Space Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Psammeticus Quarterly
> Call for Papers Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Linguistic News Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
 
Pulju, Tim
> A 21st Century Proposal for English Spelling Reform Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.1 January 2004
> Also Sprach Zarathustra Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
> Androcentrism in Linguistics Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> Arguments Against English Spelling Reform Babel I.3 September 1990
> Call for Papers Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Call for Papers Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> Call for PapersInternational Dolphin Linguistics Society 12th Annual Plenary Congress on Cetacean Linguistics Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> The Capitol Area Linguistics League Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> Classified Ads Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> Classifying an Andean Language Babel I.2 April 1990
> Crossword Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Crossword Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
> Crossword for Indo-Europeanists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Diary of a Madman Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.2 February 1993
> Discourse Antipassivity in Indonesian Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> Discourse Functions of the Present Passive Participle in Ciceronian Oration Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> “Divine Unification Grammar”by Ǣlfgār λ. Garcia Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Dup Evidentials Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
> En arche en ho logos Babel I.1 March 1990
> English is the Original Language Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> Epea Ptereonta Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.4 March 1998
> An Etymological Dictionary of Cognitive-Stratificational Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
> Fifty Grades of A Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> First Names First Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> “Gothic for Travellers”by A. Judzis, the Visigoth Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Greek Particles Babel I.2 April 1990
> The History of the Indo-EuropeansAn Agony in Six Fits Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> How to Do Fieldwork on Proto-Indo-European Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> How to Spot Fabricated Data Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> I am a cowboy in the boat of langue Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> Ik Qiþa Izwis Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.1 March 1997
> Inside SpecGram: A view from the front lines Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> Is Manateean a Delphinic Creole? Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> Izzy as Pie Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> A Laboratory Test of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis Babel I.3 September 1990
> Laborers Needed Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVII SpecGram Podcast August 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVIII SpecGram Podcast September 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVII SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVIII SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIII SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIV SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIX SpecGram Podcast January 2017
> Language Relationships? Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
> Language Reveals Origins of Divinity Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> A Letter from the Publishers Babel I.3 September 1990
> Letter to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> Letters to Atticus Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> Letters to the Editor Babel I.1 March 1990
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> Look What The Postman Dragged In Babel I.3 September 1990
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> Moving Greek Letters Babel I.1 March 1990
> My World and Welcome To It Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
> Ndaba Forms of Address Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> New Directions in the Teaching of Human Languages Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> “Noam Chomsky: Man or Myth?”Advertisement by The Greater Lansing Linguistics Association Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Noam Chomsky’s Syntactic Structures Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> A Note on BORROWING Babel I.1 March 1990
> Old Professor Hockett World of Language I.2 February 1991
> The Original Language of Winnie-the-Pooh Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.4 March 1998
> Our Readers Mouth Off Babel I.2 April 1990
> Panel Discussion Announcement Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Phonological Theory and Language Acquisition Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
> Positions Available Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> Prescriptive LinguisticsThe Future of our Field Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
> Presidential Speech Disorders Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> The Priority of Written Language Babel I.3 September 1990
> Progress Report #5: Advances in Neurolinguistic Technology Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.2 February 1993
> Publication Information Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> Publication Information World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Publication Information Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> Publication Information Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> Rating the World’s Languages World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Reader’s Forum Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> A Reconsideration of the Sino-Kiowan Problem Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> Reconstructed Proto-Franco-Sino-Indonesian: Eleven Examples Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> Refining Autosegmental Phonology Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> Regarding wombat Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> Relative Size of Broca’s Area and Facility in Speech Production Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
> Review of Mathematical Games, Puzzles, and Fallacies by Sydney Lamb Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> Review of Pulju’s An Optimality-Theoretic Account of the History of Linguistics: Past, Present, Future Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
> Review of Zhang, Jiannan, The Relationships between Processes and Participants in Chinese: A Cognitive Approach Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> The Role of Language in Telepathic Communication Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> Saussure and Bloomfield: The Question of Influence Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> Saving French Discontinuous Negatives World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Scientific Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
> The Semantics and Pragmatics of Voice Systems: A Functional Analysis by Carrie Cameron Babel I.2 April 1990
> Sez Me Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> The sg-indexSeparating the Wheat from the Chaff Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Short History of American Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLV.ε October 2008
> Sic Orsus Vates Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> Sing to the Mountains, Sing to the Hills Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
> Smart Chimp Languages, Inc. Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> A Sociolinguistic Study of Bilingualism in the Rio Grande Valley Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> A Stratificational Approach to Making Macaroni and Cheese Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> A Student’s Guide to the History of Linguistics Based on Example Sentences Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> Ta men, ta de, te kai ta alla Babel I.2 April 1990
> Tagmemics of Stratificationalism Babel I.2 April 1990
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition SpecGram Podcast November 2014
> To the Field Workers, to Make Much of Time Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> Toward a Universal Typology of Noun Phrases Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> Towards a Perfect Definition of the Term “Sign” Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> The Uncanny Science of Linguistic Reconstruction SpecGram Podcast July 2011
> Variation in the English Indefinite Article Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> Viewer Mail Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> Vox Populi Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> With Apologies to Editor Emeritus Tim Pulju Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
 
Puntshlein, Watta
> Minimalism for Mimes Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
 
Pur, Ima U.
> New Techniques in Language Learning Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
 

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Qoɣusun, Śūnyatā
> Tridekavalent Verbs of Telenovelity in Mydlováskji Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
 
Quadi-Suebi, Marco Manni
> Word Search Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Quagga, Equus Q.
> Phonotronic Energy Reserves and the Tiny Phoneme Hypothesis Speculative Grammarian CLXII.2 July 2011
 
Quine & Assoc
> Preliminary Report: Speculative Grammarian Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
 
Quing, Thị Mã
> Tea: Supreme Ruler of the Morphemes Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
 
Quinn, Basil
> Sliding Vowels Puzzle Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
 
Quisquiss, Lex
> Linguacrostic Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Qumkwaat, Saszkwacz
> Redundantly Multilingual Pretension Markers in BWFSEDPRCLCEE Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
 

R Authors ^


Racz, Peter
> 20 Steps to Decide Whether You Should Take That Course Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> An Introduction to Classical Generative Psychology Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> SpecGram and the WorldLetters from International Advisory Council of Speculative Grammarian Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
 
Radley, Milton B.
> No Escape From the Bremley BumpDon’t Try Linguistic Analysis in the Privacy of Your Own Treehouse Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
 
Ramachendra, Michael
> Language Reveals Origins of Divinity Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
 
Rankin, Robert L.
> The Linguist’s Self-Definer for Humanistic Greek and Latin Lingoand other terms Lingua Pranca June 1978
> On Some Acoustic Correlates of Isoglossy Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Ransom, Elwin
> On the Applicability of Recent Theoretical Advances in Linguistics to the Practice of Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
 
Reed, Dee
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIILusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIIILusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang IXLusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang XLusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
 
Reed, Ishmael
> I am a cowboy in the boat of langue Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
 
Reeve, Veronika
> Performance of “Fifty Grades of A SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Performance of “Guidelines for the Behavior of Graduate Students of Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast June 2013
> Performance of “Linguist Sues Language Community” SpecGram Podcast July 2013
> Performance of “Linguistics and Television” SpecGram Podcast August 2013
 
Reindl, Donald
> The Curious History of the Σπεκουλατορ Γραμματευς Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> The Etymology of Timothy Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> Indo-European Crossword Puzzle No. 1 Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.2 February 1993
> New Techniques in Language Learning Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
> The Real Etymology of Timothy Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> Right Hemisphere Damage as a Result of Exposure to Slovene Humor Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
> Spaz Attack in the Corner Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> Toward a New Classification of the European Languages Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
 
Rennt, R. Lola
> Just Friend? Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
 
Resnik, Philip
> The Patented SpecGram 5 Minute Interview: Philip Resnik SpecGram Podcast May 2014
 
Rice, Paul G.
> G. Ricean Maxims for the Earnest Researcher Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
 
Rinker, Theodore D.
> Tea: Supreme Ruler of the Morphemes Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
 
Riptoff, Priss K.
> To something I must now confess... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
 
Risman, Harris
> Brother, Can You Paradigm? Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
 
Rizziani, Carlos L. P.
> The Cartography of the Derivation: A Brief History of the Louis and Clärque Expedition Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
 
Roberts, Sean
> Language Evolution and the Acacia Tree Speculative Grammarian CLXII.4 September 2011
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Robson, Callum
> Annyeong­haseyo!... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> The Atishu Tribe Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> Degenerative GrammarOur Current State of Linguistic Degradation Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> Diet of Bilingualism Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> ⟨h⟩, the Little Grapheme Soldier Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> “Kore wa anata no hon desu ka?”... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> LinguaDate Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> Linguistics and Television Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> One Hundred Words for Snowclone Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> There was a fine linguist who wanted to sleep... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> There was once was a linguist whose strong point wasn’t brevity, man I mean he could go on for a while!... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
 
Rodgers, Peter
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
 
Rona-Ramalita, Ronald
> Review of New Approaches to Hedging Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
 
Ρωτικός, Ἐ.
> On the Sexiness of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
 
Rousse, Belle-Fille
> On Pseudo-PsiblingsA Good Start in Need of Significant Linguistic Improvements Which We Have Undertaken and Are Here to Report On Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.π Mid-April 2017
 
Rubin, Maraci
> Rizzoto Belletti Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
 
Ruhlen, Joseph
> The Language of Prehistory Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
 
Růŕskram­nnuũrgciwä, Cëŏjpruustcrêrt êe Âgriüsturttâiy Fuördrêost­sklanöukklėû
> Survey of Linguistic Evidence of Meta-Consciousness in Tier-19 Terran Primates Speculative Grammarian CLV.ζ January 2009
 
Ryals, Laura
> Barnyard Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Sleeping Furiously Since 1986 Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> Sleeping Furiously Since 1986Everyday Optimality Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> Sleeping Furiously Since 1986Hamlet Tries Praat Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
> Sleeping Furiously Since 1986Reduced Vowel Healthcare Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Why Movies Should Hire Conlangers Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> Young lady, I have a confession... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
 
Rye, Justin B.
> A Primer in SF Xenolinguistics Speculative Grammarian CLIX.θ August 2010
 
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