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Table of Contents
Journal of Indo-European Studies
Volume 38, 2010
Articles are listed in page order, followed by reviews (if
any). The creator of this new Table of Contents has attempted
to "standardize" author names (e.g., by providing first names
where only initials appeared); corrections are welcome.
N.B. Our Journal of Indo-European Studies online index
includes volumes 1 (1973) through 38 (2010). When we began
publishing our index, JIES maintained no index of its
own; but now that JIES has begun publishing an index, we
anticipate that volume 38 will be the last in our series.
- Barber, Elizabeth J. Wayland, "On Middle Minoan Sites and Sight Lines: Communication Strategies in the Bronze Age Mediterranean," p. 1.
- Fournet, Arnaud, "About the Mitanni-Aryan Gods," p. 26.
- Woudhuizen, Fred C., "Towards a Chronological Framework for Significant Dialectal Tendencies in Indo-European," p. 41.
- Peyrot, Michaël, "Proto-Tocharian Syntax and the Status of Tocharian A," p. 132.
- West, Emily Blanchard, "A Quartet of Graeco-Aryan Demi-goddesses: Leukothea, Eidothea, Ulupi and Varga," p. 147.
- Juric, Dorian, "A Call for Functional Differentiation of the South Slavic Vila," p. 172.
- Greppin, John A. C., "Armenian t- 'not' and the Proto-Lezgian Dental Negative," p. 203.
- Jia, Peter Wei Ming & Alison V. G. Betts, "A Re-analysis of the Qiemu'erqieke (Shamirshak) Cemeteries, Xinjiang, China," p. 275.
- Carey, John, "Donn, Amairgen, Íth and the Prehistory of Irish Pseudohistory," p. 319.
- Cebrián, Reyes Bertolín, "Some Greek Evidence for Indo-European Youth Contingents of Shape Shifters," p. 343.
- Razmjoo, Seyyed Ayatollah, Farrokh Hajiani, & Jalal Rahimian, "On the Derivational History of Iranian *mairya and *mariyaka," p. 359.
- Ferrer, Eduardo Blasco, "Iberian ordumeles, Paleo-Sardinian Ortumele, Ortarani and Araunele. Cognitive Semantics and Substrata Research," p. 373.
- Brosman, Paul W., Jr., "The Cognates of the Gothic u-stems," p. 384.
- Kroonen, G. J., "Proto-Germanic *krepja- and Proto-Slavic *krepu' 'strong'," p. 402.
- Kazanas, Nicholas, "Rgveda 7.95.2 and Karen Thomson," p. 409.
- Thomson, Karen, "The Plight of the Rigveda in the Twenty-First Century. Response to N. A. Kazanas," p. 422.
- Anthony, David W., The Lost World of Old Europe: The Danube Valley, 5000-3500 BC (2010). Reviewed by Jones-Bley, Karlene, p. 210.
- Kotova, Nadezhda Sergeevna, Early Eneolothic in the Pontic Steppes (2008). Reviewed by Mallory, James P., p. 225.
- Ebbesen, Klaus, The Origins of the Indo-European Languages (2009). Reviewed by Mallory, James P., p. 230.
- Woodard, Roger D., Indo-European Sacred Space: Vedic and Roman Cult (2006). Reviewed by Leavitt, John, p. 233.
- Beckwith, Christopher I., Empires of the Silk Road: A History of Central Eurasia from the Bronze Age to the Present (2009). Reviewed by Jones-Bley, Karlene & Martin E. Huld, p. 431.
- Parpola, Asko, B. M. Pande, & Petteri Koskikallio, eds., Corpus of Indus Seals and Inscriptions. Volume 3: New material, untraced objects, and collections outside India and Pakistan, Part 1: Mohenjo-daro and Harappa (2010). Reviewed by Mallory, James P., p. 443.
- Tolstoy, Nikolai, The Oldest Prose Literature, The Compilation of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi (2009). Reviewed by Colarusso, John, p. 444.
- Cunliffe, Barry & John T. Koch, eds., Celtic from the West: Alternative perspectives from archaeology, genetics, language and literature (2010). Reviewed by Mallory, James P., p. 449.