Guide to the Papers of Roman Jakobson
MC.0072

Summary Information

Repository
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Institute Archives and Special Collections
Creator
Jakobson, Roman, 1896-1982
Title
Roman Jakobson papers
ID
MC.0072
Date [inclusive]
1908-1982
Extent
141.5 cubic feet (137 record cartons, 12 manuscript boxes, 1 half manuscript box, 7 folios, 1 film reel)
Location
Materials are stored off-site. Advance notice is required for use.
Language
English
Language of Materials
In addition to English language materials there are also materials in French, German, Russian, Czech, and other Slavic languages.
Abstract
This collection documents the career of Roman Jakobson. Jakobson was Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and General Linguistics at Harvard University from 1949 until becoming emeritus in 1965. He was concurrently, appointed in April 1957, Visiting Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 1957-1958, reappointed Visiting Institute Professor for a six month period beginning July 1958. He continued in his role at MIT until he became emeritus in 1970. Known as the founder of modern structural linguistics, he elaborated sophisticated theories of language and communication that have had significant effects on such disciplines as anthropology, art criticism and brain research. Published and unpublished writings by Jakobson, correspondence, and research and lecture notes document Jakobson's scholarly contributions to linguistics, poetics, mythology, folklore, literature, and cognitive studies. The collection also includes Jakobson's correspondence with linguist Prince Nikolai Sergeevich Trubetskoy and extensive materials concerning Jakobson's lifelong study of the Russian classic epic, Igor’ Tale.

Citation

Roman Jakobson Papers, MC 72, box X. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Institute Archives and Special Collections, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Biography

Roman O. Jakobson, 1896-1982, A.B., Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages, Moscow; A.M. 1918, Moscow University; Ph.D. 1930, Prague University, taught at Masaryk University in Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1933-1939. He fled to Scandinavia when the Nazis invaded and came to the United States in 1941, where he began teaching at l'Ecole Libre des Hautes in New York. He was visiting professor of linguistics at Columbia University, 1943-1946, then was appointed to the Thomas G. Masaryk Chair of Czechoslovak Studies, a position he occupied from 1946 to 1949. In 1949 he joined the faculty of Harvard University, where he was Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and General Linguistics until he became emeritus in 1965. He was concurrently, appointed in April 1957, Visiting Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 1957-1958 and reappointed Visiting Institute Professor for a six month period beginning July 1958. He continued in his role at MIT until he became emeritus in 1970.

Jakobson's role in linguistics is unique. His work helped to define modern linguistics and gain its recognition as an independent science. He expanded the borders of linguistics to incorporate such areas as phonetics, semantics, poetics, Slavic studies, language acquisition and pathology, and mythology. His main contributions were to establish phonological distinctive features, to define constants and tendencies, variants and invariants, to discover unity in variety, with respect for the individual and unique in language. He drew upon the work of earlier linguists, especially Ferdinand de Saussure and Baudouin de Courtenay. However, his concept of linguistics and his introduction of structural methods were original and influenced linguists all over the world.

A prolific writer, his works include books and articles on linguistic subjects, mythology, and epic poetry and metrics, including works on the Igor' Tale. Known as the father of modern structural linguistics, he elaborated sophisticated theories of language and communication that have had significant effects on such disciplines as anthropology, art criticism, and brain research.

Roman Jakobson: A Brief Chronology, compiled by Stephen Rudy
Note: Titles of Jakobson's lectures at congresses and conferences that were later published are not included here; instead, cross-references are provided to Roman Jakobson 1896-1982: A Complete Bibliography of his Writings, 1990.
1896 Born in Moscow September 28, Old Style (October10, New Style), son of Osip Abramovič Jakobson, a prominent industrialist, and Anna Jakovlevna Jakobson, née Vol'pert.
1914 A.B., Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages, Moscow; entered Moscow University.
1915 Along with several students of the Historical-Philological Faculty at Moscow University, Jakobson founded the Moscow Linguistic Circle in March, and served as its President until 1920; organized intensive field work in Russian dialectology and folklore during the summer vacations of 1915 and 1916.
1918 A.M., Moscow University.
1918-20 Research Associate at Moscow University.
1919 Wrote Novejšaja russkaja poèzija (1921b), May, in Moscow; intended as an introduction to Xlebnikov's Collected Works.
1920 Professor of orthoepy, Moscow Dramatic School.
Arrived in Prague, July 10, as translator for the first Soviet Red Cross Mission to Czechoslovakia; remained in Czechoslovakia until the Nazi occupation in 1939, officially becoming a Czech citizen in 1937.
1921 Novejšaja russkaja poèzija published.
1922 O češskom stixe published.
1926 Prague Linguistic Circle founded, Oct. 6, with Jakobson as its Vice-President.
1928 Attended the First International Congress of Linguists, The Hague, April 10-15 (see 1928b).
1929 <title render="italic">Remarques sur l'evolution phonologique du russe comparee a celle des autres langues slaves</title> published.
Attended the First International Congress of Slavic Philologists, Prague, Oct. 6-13 (see 1929f).
Began work as head of the East Slavic section (Ostslavisches Referat) of the journal <title render="italic">Slavische Rundschau</title>, edited by F. Spina and G. Gesemann and published by Walter de Gruyter and Co., Berlin, from 1929 until 1939
1930 Ph.D., German University in Prague; dissertation <title render="italic">Über den Versbau der serbokroatischen Volksepen</title> (cf. 1933c).
Suicide of Majakovskij, April 15 (see 1930d).
Attended the International Phonological Conference, Prague, Dec. 18-21.
1931 <title render="italic">K xarakteristike evrazijskogo jazykovogo sojuza</title> published.
Moved from Prague to Brno, end of the year.
1932 Attended the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Amsterdam, July 3-8 (see 1933c).
1933 Attended the Third International Congress of Linguists, Rome, Sept. 19-26 (see 1935a).
1933-34 Assistant Professor, Masaryk University, Brno.
1934-37 Visiting Professor, Masaryk University.
1935 Lectured on "Poetry of the Hussite Period" in the Prague Linguistic Circle, April 29 (see 1936f).
Visited Bulgaria, July-August.
1936 Attended the Fourth International Congress of Linguists, Copenhagen, Aug. 27-Sept. 1 (see 1938h).
1937-39 Associate Professor of Russian Philology and Old Czech Literature, Masaryk University.
1938 Lectured on the fundamentals of phonological analysis, Prague Linguistic Circle, March 21.
Death of N. S. Trubetzkoy, June 25.
Attended the Third International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, University of Ghent, July 18-22 (see 1939a).
1939 Abandons Brno after the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia, March 15; hides in Prague while awaiting exit visas.
Arrives in Denmark, April 21; visiting professor at the University of Copenhagen.
Leaves Denmark for Norway in early September; visiting professor at the University of Oslo.
1940 Following the Nazi invasion of Norway on April 9, flees North, entering Sweden at Särna; visiting professor at the University of Uppsala.
1941 <title render="italic">Kindersprache, Aphasie und allgemeine Lautgesetze</title> (1941a) published.
Arrives in the United States on June 4, at New York harbor.
1942 Appointed to the Faculté des Lettres, École Libre des Hautes Études, New York, as Professor of General Linguistics, and to the Institut de Philologie et d'Histoire Orientale et Slave as Professor of Slavic Philology; taught there 1942-1946.
Worked at the New York Public Library, April-Sept., on organizing its collection of Aleutian language and folklore materials.
1943 Moudrost starých Čechů published.
1943-46 Visiting Professor of Linguistics, Columbia University.
1944 Founding member of the Linguistic Circle of New York and its journal Word.
1946 Appointed to newly formed Thomas G. Masaryk Chair of Czechoslovak Studies, Columbia University, which he occupied until 1949.
1948 Results of collective work with H. Grégoire and M. Szeftel on the oldest Russian epic published: La Geste du Prince Igor'.
1949 Appointed Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and of General Linguistics, Harvard University.
Elected corresponding member of the Societé Finno-Ugriénne, Helsinki and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
1950 Delivered the Ilchester lecture at Oxford on Slavic epic verse, May 10 (see 1952f).
Elected hononary member of the International Phonetic Association, the Philological Society (London), and the American Acoustical Society.
1952 <title render="italic">Preliminaries to Speech Analysis</title>, written in collaboration with C. G. M. Fant and M. Halle, published.
Attended the International Symposium of Anthropology, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, June (see 1953d).
1953 Attended the Clark University Conference on Expressive Language (see 1955a).
1955 Attended the Third International Congress of Slavists, Belgrade, Sept. 15-Sept. 21 (see 1957h).
Elected member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences.
1956 <title render="italic">Fundamentals of Language</title>, co-authored with M. Halle, published.
President of the Linguistic Society of America.
Attended the first meeting of the International Committee of Slavists as the American representative, Moscow, May 17-22; while in Moscow lectured on general and Slavic linguistics in America, Moscow University, May 21; On the development of phonetics in America, Linguistic Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, May 23; On Majakovskij, Institute of World Literature, May 24.
1957 Appointed Visiting Institute Professor, MIT; reappointed Visiting Institute Professor for a six month period beginning July 1958. He continued in his role at MIT until becoming emeritus in 1970, a position held concurrently with his Harvard chair until he became emeritus at Harvard in 1965.
Attended the Eighth International Congress of Linguists, Oslo, August 5-9 (see 1958a).
Attended the International Conference on the Life and Work of J. A. Comenius, Prague, Sept. 23-26 (see 1960j).
Discussion with Niels Bohr on the relation of linguistics to the physical sciences, MIT, Nov. 25; lectured at MIT on "Linguistics and Physics," Nov. 25.
Elected President of the Permanent International Council for Phonetic Sciences.
1958 Attended the Conference on Poetic Language at Indiana University, April 17-19 (see 1960d).
Attended the Fourth International Congress of Slavists, Moscow, Sept. 1-10 (see 1958b).
Visited Hungary, with a cycle of lectures in Bucharest, Oct. 3-6 (see 1959i).
Attended the Polish Conference on Literary Theory, Krynica, Oct. 16-20, with lectures on "The Linguistic Aspects of Poetics" and "Linguistics and Metrics."
1959 Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Spring semester.
Attended the Internationales Symposion Zeichen und System der Sprache, Erfurt, Sept. 30-Oct. 2 (see 1962e).
Founding editor of <title render="italic">The International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics</title>.
Elected member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
1960 Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1960 1961.
Attended the Symposium on the Structure of Language and Its Mathematical Aspects, April 14-15 (see 1961a).
Attended the International Conference on Poetics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, August 18-27 (see 1961c).
Elected Foreign Member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and Letters.
1961 Attended the Conference on Language Universals, New York, April 13-15 (see 1963e).
Attended the Fourth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Helsinski, Sept. 6-9 (see 1962r).
Attended the Twelfth International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Ochrid, Sept. 10-16 (see 1961e).
Awarded Honorary Doctorates, Cambridge University, June 8; the University of Chicago, May 4; the University of Oslo, Sept. 4.
Elected Honorary Member of the Royal Irish Academy in the section of Polite Literature and Antiquities.
1962 <title render="italic">Selected Writings</title>, vol. I: <title render="italic">Phonological Studies</title> published.
Attended the Ninth International Congress of Linguists, Cambridge, Mass., August 27-Sept. 1 (see 1964d).
Visited Moscow in connection with the meeting of the International Committee of Slavists, Oct. 1-10.
1963 Delivered the Ilchester Lecture at Oxford University on parallelism in Russian folk poetry, May 19 (see 1966f).
Attended the Ciba Foundation Symposium on Language Disorders, London, May 21-23 (see 1964b).
Attended the Fifth International Congress of Slavists, Sofia, Sept. 17-23 (see 1963b).
Attended the Conference on Speech, Language and Communication, Brain Research Institute, UCLA, Nov. 10-13 (see 1966c).
Awarded Honorary Doctorates, Uppsala University, May 31; University of Michigan, June 7.
1964 Attended the Symposium on the Byzantine Mission to the Slavs, The Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, Washington, D.C., May 7-9 (see 1966p).
Attended the Seventh International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Moscow, August 3-10 (see 1970j).
Attended the International Conference on Slavic and General Metrics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, August 24-31.
Attended the AFCRL Symposium on Models for the Perception of Speech and Visual Form, Boston, Nov. 11-14 (see 1967b).
1965 Visited Italy, Jan. 12-Feb. 2, with numerous lectures at Italian scholarly societies and universities.
1966 <title render="italic">Selected Writings</title>, vol. 4: <title render="italic">Slavic Epic Studies</title> published.
Visiting Fellow, Salk Institute for Biological Sciences, June-July.
During a visit to the Soviet Union attended the Twelfth International Congress of Psychology, Moscow, August 4-11; the International Seminar on Speech Production and Speech Perception, Pavlov Institute, Leningrad, August 13-16; the Semiotic Seminar at the University of Tartu, Estonia, August 19-25; the Shota Rustaveli Commemoration, University of Tbilisi, Georgia, Sept. 5.
Attended the Colloque international de sémiologie, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kazimierz, Sept. 13 18.
Awarded Honorary Doctorates, University of New Mexico, June 9; University of Grenoble, Oct. 22; University of Nice, Nov. 6.
Elected Honorary Member of the Czechoslovak Academy of Arts and Sciences in America, Sept. 3.
1967 Honorary Doctorate, University of Rome, Jan. 30.
Visited Japan, July.
Visited Moscow, August 17-24; Warsaw, August 24-28; Bucharest, August 28-Sept. 5, for the Tenth International Congress of Linguists (see 1969c); Zagreb and Dubrovnik, Sept. 5-16; Paris, Sept. 16-23.
1968 Attended the Sixth International Congress of Slavists, Prague, Aug. 6-13 (see 1968g).
Awarded Honorary Doctorates, Charles University, Prague, Aug. 13; Purkyne University, Brno, Aug. 15.
Awarded Golden Medal of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Aug. 21.
Visited Brazil, Sept. 4-29, with numerous lectures at various Brazilian universities.
Participated in the meeting of the Special Committee for Social Sciences of UNESCO, Paris, Oct. 2-4; lecture on "The Essentials and Goals of Contemporary Linguistics in Relation to Other Sciences," Oct. 3 (cf. 1969c).
Attended the Symposium "Languages in Society and the General World" organized by Olivetti in Milan, Oct. 14-17 (see 1970d).
Visiting Professor of Slavic Languages and of Linguistics, Princeton University, with six seminars on "Linguistic Reflections on Sound and Meaning," Winter 1968-69.
1969 Gave the Heinz Werner Lectures, Institute on Developmental Psychology, Clark University, March 6-7, on "The Paths from Infancy to Language."
Visiting Professor, Brown University, Spring semester, with a course "Introduction to Linguistic Analysis of Poetry."
Visiting Fellow, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California, June-August.
Participated in the Prague Symposium on Constantine the Philosopher, Sept. 14-18 (see 1970i).
Visiting Professor at Brandeis, winter semester, 1969-70, with a course on Modern Poetics.
Awarded Honorary Doctorate, Zagreb University, Dec. 18.
1970 Visiting Professor, Brown University, winter semester, 1970-71, with a course on The Creative Power of Language.
Awarded Honorary Doctorate, Ohio State University, Oct. 26.
1971 <title render="italic">Selected Writings</title>, vol. 2: <title render="italic">Word and Language</title> and the second edition of <title render="italic">Selected Writings</title>, vol. 1 published.
Attended the Convegno Internazionale "Premarinismo e Pregongorismo," Rome, April 19-21 (see 1973b).
Visiting Professor, Yale University, Nov., with three lectures on "Current and Perpetual Questions in the Structural Analysis of Language and Verbal Art."
1972 Professeur d'état, Collège de France. Four lectures, Feb. 3-8.
Doctor honoris causa and Francqui Professor, Catholic University of Louvain. Degree awarded Feb. 14; term of the Chaire Francqui, Spring semester (see 1973l).
Visited Hungary, Oct. 20-27, as a guest of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Bulgaria, Oct. 27-Nov. 5, as a guest of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences; Portugal, Nov. 20-30, as a guest of the Instituto de Alta Cultura.
Visiting Professor, Collège de France, Dec.
1973 <title render="italic">Questions de poétique</title> published.
Attended the Seventh International Congress of Slavists, Warsaw, August 21-27 (see 1973d).
Visiting Professor, New York University, Fall Semester.
1974 Visited Madrid as a guest of the Sociedad de estudios y publicaciones, May 18-31.
Attended the Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, Milan, June 2-6 (see 1975g).
Lectured at the University of Zurich, June 9-15.
Attended the Puškin Symposium, New York University, Nov. 16-17 (see 1976a).
Attended the Golden Anniversary Symposium of the Linguistic Society of America, Dec. 27 (see 1979c).
Elected Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy.
1975 <title render="italic">N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters and Notes</title> published.
Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University; conferment ceremony, March 18. Lectured at the Inauguration Ceremony of the Israel Institute for Poetics and Semiotics, Tel Aviv, March 23.
Lectured at Wolfson College, Oxford University, May 16-17.
Lectured at Bielefeld University, May 21-22; University of Cologne, May 26-27; the Rheinisch-Westfalische Akademie, Dusseldorf, May 28 (see 1977d).
1976 Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Letters, Columbia University; conferment ceremony, May 12.
Visited Scandinavia, with lectures at Lund University, Sept. 4-5; University of Stockholm, Sept. 8; Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sept. 9; Norwegian Society of Linguistics, Oslo, Sept. 11-12.
Attended the Johns Hopkins University Centennial Celebration: The Charles Sanders Peirce Symposium on Semiotics and the Arts, Sept. 26 (see 1977e).
1977 Elected Foreign Member, Humanities Section, Societas Scientarum Fennica.
1978 Attended the International Conference on the Semiotics of Art at the University of Michigan, May 3-6, with a lecture on "The Significance of Sounds in Speech and Poetry."
Attended the Tribute to Claude Lévi-Strauss at the U.S. Embassy, Paris, Nov. 8 (see 1985p).
1979 <title render="italic">Selected Writings</title>, vol. 5: <title render="italic">On Verse, Its Masters and Explorers</title> and <title render="italic">The Sound Shape of Language</title> (with Linda R. Waugh) published.
Attended the Jerusalem Einstein Centennial Symposium, March 16 (see 1980f).
Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy, Copenhagen University, June 1.
Lectured on "Some Urgent Linguistic Tasks" at Moscow State University, Sept. 29 (see 1985f).
Attended The International Symposium on the Problem of Unconscious Mental Activity under the auspices of the Georgian Academy of Sciences, Tbilisi, Oct. 1-5 (see 1978f).
1980 <title render="italic">Dialogues</title> (with Krystyna Pomorska) published.
Kathryn W. Davis Professor of Slavic Studies, Wellesley College, with lectures on "Unusual Paths of Russian Language, Literature and Culture," Feb. 12, March 4 and March 18.
Lectured on "Brain and Language" at the University of Minnesota, March 13; Yale University, April 23; New York University, May 6 (see 1980e).
1981 <title render="italic">Selected Writings</title>, vol. III: <title render="italic">Poetry of Grammar and Grammar of Poetry</title> published.
Awarded the International Feltrinelli Prize for Philology and Linguistics, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, Jan. 16 (see 1981m).
Awarded Honorary Doctorates, Brandeis University, May 24; Oxford University, June 24.
1982 Awarded the Hegel-Preis of the International Hegel Society and the City of Stuttgart (see 1984a).
Died on July 18 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

While the scope and content notes with each series of guide to the Roman Jakobson papers describe the contents of the collection sequentially, this note provides a topical overview of Jakobson's life and accomplishments and suggests where in the collection material on a topic may be found. Because so much revolves around Czechoslovakia, a discussion of relevant material is first, followed by a description of materials on specific scholarly topics.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Jakobson came to Czechoslovakia as a young man of twenty-four in 1920 as a member of the first Soviet foreign mission. There he continued his education, adopted Czechoslovakia as his cultural homeland, became a professor of linguistics, and established a reputation as one of the foremost linguistic scholars of pre-war Europe.

Unfortunately, the collection contains little material from this crucial and formative period of Jakobson's life. In 1939, when he fled to escape Nazi persecution, most of his personal and professional papers were lost. A few items, including correspondence with Count N. S. Trubetzkoy and some of his notebooks of lectures, were hidden by friends and later sent to him in the United States.

As a press attaché of the first communist government in Europe, Jakobson was often viewed with suspicion, both personally and professionally (see Series 7). However, as he continued his studies in Prague and later taught at Masaryk University in Brno, participating actively in the intellectual and artistic life of the country, his contributions won him the respect of his colleagues and new countrymen (see writings about Jakobson between 1920 and 1939).

Jakobson was one of the founders in 1926 of the famous Prague Linguistic Circle, and he served as vice-president for thirteen years. Originally an association of six linguists, it grew into the most advanced and influential linguistic school of thought in pre-war Europe. Unfortunately, no papers survive from this important era in Jakobson's life.

Also lacking is documentation on Devetsil, an avant-garde group of prominent young poets, writers, and artists who enthusiastically supported new socialist ideas. (They chose for their name the Czech word for a healing herb.) Two poems by Vítězslav Nezval, an outstanding young poet and member of Devetsil, written for Jakobson and probably in Nezval's hand, can be found in General Correspondence (Subseries 8A, box 119c, folder 94). There are also some letters from another member, Jaroslav Seifert, winner of the 1984 Nobel Prize for Literature. These letters are from the 1960s and are filed in Universities - Foreign (Series 3, box 4, folders 19-22). Jakobson's activities as a professor of linguistics at Masaryk University from 1930 to 1939 are documented in lecture notes and course outlines. These provide comprehensive summaries of some of Jakobson's views and research on Czech medieval poetry, Russian phonology and grammar, and the Byzantine mission (Subseries 6B, Unpublished Writings, box 31).

The collection also contains a nearly complete record of Jakobson's scholarly output from the Czech years, copies of and some background material for nearly 300 articles and studies he wrote between 1926 and 1939 (Subseries 6A, Published Writings). As his reputation grew, he received increasing support from the Czech scholarly community, which recognized his contribution to the development of Czech linguistics and literary analysis (Series 7, box 38).

Jakobson's ties to Czechoslovakia remained strong after his escape in 1939. His respect for Czech culture and tradition were publicized in Moudrost starých Čechů (The Wisdom of the Old Czechs), his detailed defense of Czech culture against the pseudo-scientific attacks promoted by Nazi collaborators (boxes 9 & 10). The work was the result of extensive study and research, reflected partially in previously published articles (1938i, 1939f, & 1939g) and documented further by extensive research notes.

Once in the United States, Jakobson contributed to Czech journals and Czech American newspapers (see Subseries 6a, Published Writings) and spoke out strongly against Czech emigré author Egon Hostovsky for portraying Czech intellectuals as Nazi collaborators in his book Seven Times in the Main Role. Jakobson argued that writers should be held morally responsible for what they publish. This position embroiled him in a debate with other emigrés who advocated artistic freedom under any circumstances. Jakobson's arguments and the fierce attacks of his opponents are well documented (box 32, folders 47 & 48; box 38, folder 48).

After the Communists took power in Czechoslovakia in 1948, Jakobson's ties with the country were cut off. Under the liberal Dubcek regime, Jakobson was invited to attend the Slavic Congress held in Prague in 1968. His second visit followed the Soviet invasion in 1969 when Jakobson attended a symposium on Constantine the Philosopher. Jakobson sensed that it might be his last visit and delivered a moving address at the close of the symposium expressing his undiminished affection for the country and heritage in which he had spent his early manhood (Unpublished Writings, box 35, folder 19).

Jakobson continued to correspond with friends in Czechoslovakia. Letters from friends such as linguist Bohuslav Havranek and Ladislav Novomesky, writer, poet, friend, and member of Devetsil, reveal the close ties Jakobson maintained with that country. The correspondence with Jan Mukarovsky, an eminent structuralist and close friend, ends in 1948, when Mukarovsky recanted his former work and rejected his friends.

TOPICAL AREAS

Researchers looking for material on specific topics should look first in Published Writings. The documentation of Jakobson's published work is organized chronologically, based on Stephen Rudy's bibliography ( Roman Jakobson 1896-1982: A Complete Bibliography of His Writings, 1990), but the topical arrangement of  Selected Writings can be used as a subject guide. The Published Writings section includes a large amount of notes and background material on the subjects Jakobson wrote about, filed with the appropriate articles. The material in Published Writings is not referred to in this description. See instead the Scope and Contents note for Series 6.

General Linguistics and Structuralism

The term "structuralism" was probably first used by Jakobson at the I International Congress of Linguistics in The Hague in 1928. Jakobson and the Prague Linguistic School developed the structuralist and functional approach to language and the concept of markedness, starting in the area of phonology, which was later extended to morphology and syntax.

Jakobson continued to develop his particular method of structural analysis throughout his career. He first introduced it to American students in his courses at École Libre and Columbia. As an early example we have notes for a course called "Structural Linguistic Analysis" from the 1940s (box 32, folder 38).

The principles of structural analysis and the concept of a synchronic and diachronic view of language are summarized in transcripts of two lectures Jakobson gave in Prague in 1957: "Synchronie a diachronie v jazykovědě" and "Zásady strukturální analýzy" (box 34, folders 37-42). Drafts and numerous notes for an entry for Enciclopedia Italiana in the 1970s summarize Jakobson's most general ideas of structuralism (Unpublished Writings, box 36, folders 1-15).

Jakobson's linguistic studies are represented in the collection by his lectures, of which there are transcripts, tapes, and notes. In 1976-1977 Jakobson presented a number of lectures on the history of linguistics in which he gave an overview of the development of the field. These include "Saussurean and Contemporary Linguistics" of 1965, the "History of Linguistics" series from the 1970s, "Six Decades I have Witnessed" of 1976, "Three Lectures" and "Remarks on Structuralism" of 1976, and "Present Vistas" given at MIT in 1977 (box 36).

Jakobson's early linguistic research was oriented to phonology and done with the cooperation of other prominent linguists such as Horace Lunt, Morris Halle, and Gunnar Fant. This research is documented in materials related to his activities at Harvard and MIT. For more detailed information, see the Scope and Contents note for Universities - United States - Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The records filed under "Linguistics" and "Research Laboratory of Electronics" document research in communication processes (box 3, folders 74 -77 & 80-82).

One of the richest sources on linguistics in the unpublished material is the complete transcript of ten lectures presented at the International Seminar in Linguistic Theory in Tokyo in 1967 (where Jakobson presented his linguistic theories in detail). It is likely that it was for these lectures that Jakobson drew together his notes on various areas of linguistics, now filed in Unpublished Writings, box 35, folders 32-57.

Slavic Studies

During his career, Jakobson made major contributions to the study of Slavic antiquities, literature, mythology, and folklore, both oral and written, as well as poetics and comparative studies.

As early as the 1930s, Jakobson was captivated by the Cyrillo-Methodian mission. Course notes from classes taught at Masaryk University in 1936-1937 show that his interest was not only from the linguistic perspective, i.e., Church-Slavonic as the oldest Slavic script and literary language, but from a social viewpoint as well. He saw in the work of Constantine the Philosopher (Cyril) the earliest evidence of attempts at national self-determination and the first manifestation of democratic ideals (box 31, folders 79 & 80). Notes from the 1950s concerning the Christianization of the Slavs offer more insight into Jakobson's views on the significance of the subject (box 33, folders 29 & 30).

While Jakobson's scholarly contributions to Slavic studies were many, his efforts to encourage and support the spread of Slavic programs in the United States and Europe were equally important. Once in the United States, Jakobson became a leading figure in the organization of Slavic departments at Columbia and Harvard, and he helped find jobs for many emigrants from Nazi Europe (box 2, folders 13-15 & 29-31). Notes and drafts of courses and lectures on Slavic history and civilization illustrate the material he used to train a new generation of Slavists (Unpublished Writings, box 32).

Jakobson worked tirelessly to organize Slavists in an international network. Correspondence, work plans, resolutions, minutes, and reports document his organizing efforts and his participation in Slavic conferences, congresses, and symposia. Records of the Slavic International Congresses and the International Committee of Slavists present a picture of an international community of scholars and Jakobson's influence on that community, as well as an outline of the development of Slavic studies in the United States over a period of forty years (boxes 4 & 5). Additional material on Slavic congresses and publications is found in Universities - United States - Harvard University (Dumbarton Oaks, box 2, folder 47). Included is Jakobson's correspondence with his longtime colleague and friend, Byzantine scholar Father Francis Dvorník.

Russian Studies

Jakobson, a Russian native, taught Russian language and literature throughout his life. Notes from his earliest lectures from Brno deal with all aspects of the Russian language, especially Russian phonology (box 31, folders 48-60). The course notes represent the essence of Jakobson's approach to Russian studies, showing all his innovations in linguistics, most significantly the development of his theory of distinctive features.

Jakobson continued to develop his phonological investigation of the Russian language at Harvard in the early 1950s. With Gunnar Fant and Morris Halle, he systematically defined the relationships among all known phonetic features (box 2, folders 55-59; box 6, folders 37 & 38).

Drafts and extensive notes document Jakobson's work on Russian morphology (Russian declension, nouns, and verbs) where Jakobson applied the principles he discovered in his phonological studies. The material documents Jakobson's innovative approach to the study of the structure of the verb and the Russian case system. There are, in all, ten courses on Russian, including a comprehensive set of lecture notes from the Harvard years.

Numerous notes and drafts illustrate his interest in Russian literature. Much of Jakobson's work on Russian epic tradition is documented in his work on the Igor' Tale, the classic epic, the authenticity of which Jakobson demonstrated in 1948 in La Geste du Prince Igor (Scope and Contents note, Published Writings). Jakobson's relationship with his friend Vladimir Maíàkovskii found expression in his structural insights into several of Maíàkovskii's poems (see Published Writings). In an interview with Swedish radio Jakobson remembered him as a friend as well as a poet (box 36, folder 35). There is also a transcript of a discussion at the Institute of World Literatures in Moscow in 1956 where Jakobson talked about his publications about Maíàkovskii and his relationship with Teodor Nette (box 34, folder 36).

Jakobson's work on Russian poetess Marina Tsvetaeva is documented in a response to Simon Karlinsky's review of the English translation of Tsvetaeva's poems. Jakobson analyzed her poem "Pis'm" (A Letter) in detail and drafted a short article criticizing Karlinsky's failure to understand her verses (box 34, folders 94-96; box 35, folder 1). Notes for studies on Pasternak, Esenin, and Pushkin document more of Jakobson's work on Russian poetry (box 35, folders 10, 22-27).

As a major Russian scholar, Jakobson was asked to act as consultant on several projects with other scholars and institutions. Correspondence with Wayne State University, 1963-1967, documents his role as consultant on the publication of a new Russian dictionary (box 4, folder 6) and a Russian textbook published by the Nature Method Center. The textbook's method was based on learning vocabulary and grammatical structure in the situational context (box 30, folders 73-77).

In 1980 Jakobson presented a series of lectures, "Universal Paths of Russian Language, Literature, and Culture," at Wellesley College. Notes for this series summarize his work and views on Russian language and literature (box 36, folders 74-80).

Semiotics

According to Umberto Eco in "The Influence of Roman Jakobson on the Development of Semiotics," Jakobson was "the major catalyst in the contemporary semiotic reaction," and his entire work was a quest for semiotics. Jakobson's linguistic writings testify to that observation.

Jakobson himself did not publish extensively on the subject of semiotics. We have only notes contained in four folders in Unpublished Writings (box 35, folders 65-68). He gave important lectures on the subject, however, such as "Signatum a Designatum" delivered at the Colloque International de Semiologie in Krazmierz, Poland, in 1966, of which we have a draft (box 34, folder 77). There are also notes for "Some Questions of Linguistic Semantics," given in Moscow in 1966, and other lectures given in Chicago and France in 1970 and 1972.

Additional material describing Jakobson's interest in the subject of semiotics is found in records of his participation in semiotic congresses, symposia, conferences, and seminars (box 5, folders 21-23; box 6, folders 4-11), including correspondence with Umberto Eco, Julia Kristeva and others. Some of the letters concern Jakobson's attendance at events and some are related to reviews of books and articles on semiotics, revealing Jakobson's cooperation with the journal Semiotics.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Ecole libre des hautes études (New York, N.Y.).
  • Masarykova universita v Brně
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Committee for Communications Sciences
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy
  • Ossabaw Island Project Foundation
  • Pražský linguistický kroužek

Function(s)

  • Institute Professor.

Personal Name(s)

  • Benveniste, Emile, 1902-1976
  • Bruner, Jerome S. (Jerome Seymour)
  • Dvornik, Francis, 1893-
  • Eco, Umberto
  • Fant, Gunnar
  • Ferrell, James
  • Halle, Morris
  • Hand, Wayland Debs, 1907-
  • Havránek, Bohuslav
  • Holenstein, Elmar
  • Jakobson, Roman, 1896-1982
  • Lord, Albert Bates
  • Lotz, John, 1913-1973
  • Lunt, Horace Gray, 1918-
  • Lévi-Strauss, Claude
  • Moyakovsky, Vladimir
  • Mukařovský, Jan
  • Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977
  • Nezval, Vitězslav, 1900-1958
  • Novemsky, Ladislav
  • Picchio, Riccardo, 1923-
  • Pirkova, Svatava
  • Pomorska, Krystyna
  • Ridder, Peter de
  • Rudy, Stephen
  • Schapiro, Meyer, 1904-1996
  • Schmitt, Francis Otto, 1903-1995
  • Schoonveld, C. H. van
  • Sebeok, Thomas A. (Thomas Albert), 1920-2001
  • Seifert, Jaroslav, 1901-1986
  • Simmons, Ernest Joseph, 1903-1972
  • Sommerfelt, Alf
  • Stankiewicz, Edward
  • Svejkovsky, Frantisek
  • Szeftel, Marc
  • Trubetskoi, Nikolai Sergeevich, kniaz, 1890-1938
  • Tsvetaeva, Marina, 1892-1941
  • Wasson, Roger G.
  • Waugh, Linda R.
  • Wellek, Rene
  • Whatmough, Joshua, 1897-1964
  • Wolfson, Harry Austryn, 1897-1974
  • Worth, Dean S.

Subject(s)

  • Czech language--Research.
  • Czech literature--Research.
  • Linguistics--Research.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology--Faculty.
  • Semiotics--History.
  • Slavic languages--Research.
  • Slavic literature--Research.
  • Structuralism (Literary analysis)--History.

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Bibliography

Jakobson, Roman. Selected Writings. 8 vols. ʾs-Gravenhage: Mouton, 1962-1988 MIT Libraries

Roman Jakobson, 1896-1982: A Complete Bibliography of His Writings, compiled and edited by Stephen Rudy. Berlin; New York : Mouton de Gruyter, 1990. MIT Libraries

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Index of Correspondents

Series 8, alphabetical correspondence, not included in this index. Researchers are advised to check names in both this index and the folder list for Series 8.

Personal Name(s)

  • Aalto, Pentti:  folder 5:29
  • Abrams, Samuel:  folder 6:39
  • Adrianova Peretz, V.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Ahrends, Günther:  folders 4:34-35
  • Albrecht, Pavel:  folder 4:13
  • Allen, W. S.:  folder 26:55
  • Almeida, D. de:  folder 5:50
  • Alonso, Damaso:  folder 4:55
  • Altbauer, Moshe:  folder 30:10
  • Ambak, Emilio:  folder 6:23
  • Amsterdamski, Stefan:  folder 4:52
  • Anderson, Virgil A.:  folder 5:78
  • Andic, V. E.:  folder 5:88
  • Andreǐchin, L.:  folder 22:73
  • Angere, I.:  folders 13:67-70
  • Arlandi, Gian Franco:  folders 5:47-48
  • Armstrong, Daniel:  folder 1:58
  • Arndt, Richard T.:  folder 5:82
  • Arnold, Godfrey E.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Aubert, Marcel:  folders 11:28-31
  • Audibert, Louis:  folders 27:60-62, 28:52
  • Austerlitz, Robert:  folders 13:41-42
  • Auty, Robert:  folders 4:77, 4:89, 6:39
  • Avanesov, R. I.:  folders 4:68, 4:74
  • Badiou, A.:  folder 4:31
  • Bailey, Richard W.:  folder 5:18
  • Baird, Cynthia:  folder 4:7
  • Bakhmeteff, Boris A.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Bakvis, Claude:  folder 4:74
  • Bar Hillel, Yehoshua:  folder 5:53
  • Barricot, John:  folder 13:8
  • Basilius, Harold A.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Baskakov, V. N.:  folder 24:17
  • Bassine, F. V.:  folder 5:55
  • Bataillon, Marcel:  folder 23:12
  • Baumgärtner, Klaus:  folder 16:91
  • Bayerová, Libuše:  folders 4:19-22
  • Bazell, C. R.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Beaulieux, Léon:  folders 11:28-31
  • Bedeschi, Giuseppe:  folder 36:15
  • Beebe, John Fred:  folders 13:67-70
  • Bellert, Irena:  folder 4:18
  • Beloded, I.:  folder 4:85
  • Belosel'skiǐ, Sergeǐ:  folder 2:48
  • Benedict, Katherine H.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Beneš, Pavel:  folders 4:19-22
  • Benveniste, Émile:  folders 11:28-31, 12:44-46
  • Ben Zvi, Yehiel:  folder 4:41
  • Berardinelli, Cleonice:  folder 18:44
  • Bergsland, Knut:  folders 12:44-46
  • Berkowitz, Diane:  folder 3:100
  • Berlin, Isaiah:  folder 4:28
  • Bernardini, Gilberto:  folder 4:42
  • Bernet, Rudolf:  folder 4:13
  • Bernstein, Marver H.:  folder 3:101
  • Bernstein, Richard J.:  folders 6:44-45
  • Betz, E. H.:  folder 4:15
  • Bezasse, R.:  folder 4:31
  • Bghdoyan, Shogher:  folder 6:24
  • Bierwisch, Manfred:  folder 4:36
  • Billington, James H.:  folder 6:41
  • Birnbaum, Henrik:  folders 3:107, 22:88-91
  • Biron, Robert H.:  folder 3:108
  • Bishop, Thomas:  folder 3:119
  • Blache, Stephen:  folder 4:18
  • Blane, Andrew:  folders 19:66-68, 22:110
  • Blankoff, Jean:  folder 4:14
  • Blanquart, E.:  folder 5:29
  • Bloch, C. E.:  folder 1:4
  • Bloch, Inles:  folders 11:28-31
  • Blonsky, Marshall:  folders 5:47-48
  • Bluhme, H.:  folder 5:36
  • Blumensath, Heinz:  folder 3:125
  • Blumenthal, Gerda R.:  folder 4:10
  • Blumstein, Sheila E.:  folder 26:55
  • Bolelli, Tristano:  folders 4:42, 4:43, 4:45
  • Bolinger, Dwight:  folder 6:3
  • Bond, Godfrey W.:  folder 4:28
  • Bonfante, Giuliano:  folder 4:43
  • Bonino, Davico Guido:  folder 7:53
  • Bonnier, Koukla:  folder 27:60-62
  • Borbé, Tasso:  folders 5:47-48
  • Borchette, Margot:  folder 21:19
  • Borgerhoff, E. B. O.:  folder 3:125
  • Borgström, Carl Hj.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Bormanzhikov, Arash:  folder 4:73
  • Borovičková, Blanka:  folders 4:19-22
  • Borowitz, Sidney:  folder 6:27
  • Bostrong Kruckenberg, Anita:  folder 4:57
  • Bouda, K.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Bouissac, Paul:  folders 6:9, 19:39
  • Bowra, Maurice:  folder 19:39
  • Bradford, Albert:  folder 6:33
  • Bradley, William:  folder 6:38
  • Branca, Vittore:  folder 4:44
  • Brang, Peter:  folder 4:58
  • Brettschneider, Gunter:  folder 26:78
  • Broch, Olaf:  folders 11:28-31, 12:9
  • Brodzka, Alina:  folder 30:19
  • Bronowski, J.:  folders 3:108, 6:39
  • Brown, Demig:  folders 4:71-72
  • Brown, Edward J.:  folder 3:102
  • Brown, F. Seth:  folder 3:108
  • Brown, James I.:  folders 6:44-45
  • Brugsch, Heinrich G.:  folder 27:3
  • Bruner, Jerome S.:  folders 4:28, 5:81
  • Buchsbaum, Betty:  folder 3:100
  • Bundy, McGeorge:  folder 4:77
  • Burbank, John H., Jr.:  folder 23:39
  • Burbank, Suzanne G.:  folder 23:39
  • Burgi, Richard:  folder 4:70
  • Busch, Laura:  folder 3:100
  • Byvanek, A. W.:  folder 1:4
  • Caceres, Velasquez Artidoro:  folder 4:51
  • Câmara, J. Mattoso, Jr.:  folders 12:44-46, 18:44
  • Campos, Haroldo de:  folders 4:16, 16:91, 18:44
  • Canonge, Elliott D.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Cantineau, J.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Čapek, Milič:  folder 5:88
  • Cappelletti, Vincenzo:  folder 36:15
  • Carene, Carlo:  folder 28:110
  • Carlsson, Sten:  folder 4:57
  • Carmel, Yosef:  folder 4:41
  • Carrasco Zanini, Juan:  folder 4:49
  • Carrelli, Antonio:  folder 4:43
  • Carter, Penny:  folder 27:48
  • Cerulli, Enrico:  folders 4:42-43, 21:19
  • Červenka, Miroslav:  folders 4:19-22
  • Chalupecký, Jindřich:  folders 4:19-22
  • Chalupný, Emil:  folders 4:19-22
  • Chapin, Paul G.:  folder 6:26
  • Charbonneau, René:  folder 5:32
  • Chatman, Seymour:  folder 5:49
  • Chatterji, Suniti Kumar:  folder 5:36
  • Cheremeteff, Serge:  folders 11:28-31, 12:9
  • Chertok, Léon:  folders 5:54-55
  • Chmelař, Vilém:  folders 4:19-22
  • Cibulka, Josef:  folders 4:19-22
  • Čiževskij, Dmitrij:  folders 11:28-31
  • Clair, Jean:  folder 5:82
  • Clark, Mary C.:  folder 4:10
  • Clemens, Cyril:  folders 6:44-45
  • Cocuzzi, Antonio L.:  folder 4:43
  • Coder, David:  folder 6:25
  • Cohen, Marcel:  folder 30:110
  • Cohen, Yehezkel:  folders 5:40, 27:25
  • Colaclides, Peter (Pierre):  folders 17:70-72, 23:5, 28:34
  • Cole, Desmond:  folders 12:44-46
  • Colucci, Michele:  folders 22:10-12
  • Comer, Suzanne:  folder 4:4
  • Cone, Edward:  folder 3:125
  • Contini, Gianfranco:  folder 17:35
  • Cook, K.:  folder 4:29
  • Corman, Cid:  folder 4:47
  • Corti, Maria:  folder 17:35
  • Coteanu, I.:  folder 23:44
  • Coudert, Ferdinand W.:  folder 5:87
  • Cowan, J. M.:  folder 5:68
  • Curschmann, Michael:  folder 5:38
  • Cutter, Preston S.:  folder 5:79
  • Cýrívski, D.:  folders 11:28-31
  • D'Andrea, Thomas:  folder 4:10
  • D'Arms, Edward F.:  folders 6:37-38
  • Dal, Erik:  folder 2:47
  • Dallin, Alexander:  folder 3:112
  • Daneš, František:  folders 4:19-22
  • Daňhelka, Jirří:  folders 4:19-22, 13:51
  • Daugherty, D. H.:  folder 5:68
  • Davies, R. T.:  folder 3:102
  • Delacroix, Denise:  folder 3:105
  • Delatre, Pierre:  folder 26:55
  • Derbyshire, William W.:  folder 4:10
  • Der Manuelian, Haig:  folder 6:24
  • De Somer, P.:  folder 4:14
  • Devoto, Giacomo:  folder 6:8
  • Dewey, Horace W.:  folders 4:70, 73
  • Diamandopoulos, Peter:  folder 3:100
  • Diemer, Alwin:  folder 5:59
  • DiGiovanna, Joseph:  folder 5:41
  • Di Giovanna, Joseph J.:  folder 4:45
  • Dil, Anwar S.:  folder 24:5
  • Dix, William S.:  folder 3:125
  • Djahukian, G. B.:  folder 5:39
  • Docter, J. H.:  folder 6:39
  • Dodd, Paul A.:  folder 3:108
  • Dodds, Christopher D.:  folder 6:40
  • Doherty, Ann:  folder 6:3
  • Doležal, Bohumil:  folders 4:19-22
  • Doležel, Lubomír:  folders 4:19-22
  • Doranowski, Witold:  folder 4:52
  • Dorey, A. J.:  folder 4:29
  • Doroszewski, Witold:  folders 5:2-4
  • Dostál, Antonín:  folders 4:19-22, 35:75
  • Doughten, Donna J.:  folder 3:115
  • Dressler, U. W.:  folder 5:28
  • Drinkwater, S. W.:  folder 1:4
  • Droit, Roger Paul:  folders 27:60-62
  • Duffey, Joseph:  folder 6:25
  • Dukas, Helen:  folders 5:40, 20:75
  • Dunlop, John T.:  folder 2:47
  • Ďurovič, L'.:  folders 4:19-22
  • Dvoretzky, Aryeh:  folder 5:40
  • Dvorník, Francis:  folders 4:70, 11:28-31
  • Dyen, Isidore:  folder 4:9
  • Eco, Umberto:  folders 5:21-22, 6:9-10, 23:23
  • Edgerton, William B.:  folders 3:115, 4:69, 4:72-77, 4:85, 4:87-91, 5:2-4, 5:9, 5:11, 5:68
  • Effenberger, Vratislav:  folders 4:19-22
  • Ege, Niels:  folder 4:27
  • Einaudi, Giulio:  folder 7:53
  • Elford, L. W.:  folder 26:55
  • Eliseeff, Serge:  folders 11:28-31
  • Elkana, Yehuda:  folder 5:40
  • Engler, Rudolf:  folders 20:50-51
  • Erlich, Victor:  folders 4:9, 4:69-70, 5:1, 22:99-101
  • Essen, Otto van:  folder 5:36
  • Ezawa, Kennosuke:  folders 12:44-46
  • Faccani, Remo:  folder 30:37
  • Fackenthal, Frank Diehl:  folders 11:28-31
  • Fahs, Charles:  folders 6:37-38
  • Fairbaks, Matthew:  folder 6:25
  • Fant, Gunnar:  folders 4:56, 4:57, 12:44-46, 26:55
  • Farmer, Elizabeth H.:  folder 6:25
  • Fasting, Sigurd:  folder 4:50
  • Faye, Jean Pierre:  folder 5:82
  • Fejos, Paul:  folders 13:67-70
  • Fenton, Kathleen:  folder 3:115
  • Ferrabino, Aldo:  folder 36:15
  • Ferrell, James:  folders 4:62, 4:69-70, 12:44-46
  • Feuer, Kathryn B.:  folder 4:18
  • Filip, F. P.:  folder 12:9
  • Filonov, Antonina:  folder 14:77
  • Finch, Jeremiah S.:  folder 3:125
  • Fine, John:  folder 19:79
  • Fisch, Max F.:  folder 25:23
  • Fischer, J. L.:  folders 4:19-22
  • Fischer Jørgensen, Eli:  folder 4:27, 5:34 35, 12:44 46
  • Fitzpatrick, Eileen:  folder 3:119
  • Flanagan, Denis:  folder 20:75
  • Fleishman, Lazar:  folders 27:63, 28:9
  • Flydal, Leiv:  folder 4:50
  • Folejewski, Zbigniew:  folders 4:69-70, 4:73
  • Folena, Gianfranco:  folder 4:45
  • Fónagy, Ivan:  folder 26:55
  • Forbes, Meyer:  folder 27:3
  • Ford, Franklin L.:  folders 2:47, 5:81
  • Ford, John J.:  folder 5:74
  • Foster, Ludmila:  folder 3:123
  • Fowler, Murray:  folders 12:44-46
  • Fox, James J.:  folder 6:8
  • Frank, Joseph:  folder 3:125
  • Frank, Philipp:  folders 6:44-45
  • Freeman, Ursula:  folder 25:14
  • Fretz, Mary:  folders 27:60-62
  • Freund, Paul A.:  folder 5:63
  • Friend, Charlotte:  folder 6:27
  • Frinta, Antonín:  folders 4:19-22
  • Frinta, Mojmir:  folders 15:46, 35:75
  • Fry, Dennis B.:  folder 4:28
  • Frye, Northrop:  folder 4:18
  • Fujimura, Osamu:  folders 4:47, 5:37
  • Gabor, Dennis:  folders 12:44-46
  • Gadamer, Hans Georg:  folder 4:37
  • Galan, František:  folder 4:4
  • Galatti, Stephen:  folder 5:69
  • Galbrath, John S.:  folder 3:108
  • Gáldi, László:  folders 15:15-19
  • Gallman, John:  folder 26:55
  • Gallo, Severino:  folder 5:42
  • Gamkrelidze, Thomas V.:  folders 5:55, 30:24
  • Garrard, John G.:  folder 5:9
  • Gautier, Blaise:  folder 5:82
  • Gautier, Léopold:  folders 11:28-31
  • Gellert, Anne M.:  folder 5:63
  • Genninasca, T.:  folder 15:14
  • Georgiev, Vladimir:  folders 4:17, 4:75
  • Georgin, Robert:  folder 4:32
  • Gerhardt, D.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Gianni, Ernesto:  folder 4:42
  • Gibian, George:  folders 24:55-57
  • Gilette, H. M.:  folder 6:37
  • Gilpatric, Chadbourne:  folder 6:37
  • Ginsburg, Michael:  folders 4:70, 4:73-74
  • Gipaniol, A.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Glazier, William:  folder 6:39
  • Goheen:  folder 3:125
  • Good, George:  folder 1:4
  • Goodchild, Donald:  folder 5:68
  • Gordon, Stanley T.:  folder 6:3
  • Goren, Ellen C.:  folder 4:10
  • Goris, Jean Albert:  folder 3:117
  • Gossman, Lionel:  folder 25:23
  • Gourevitch, Victor:  folder 4:8
  • Goyvaerts, D. L.:  folder 4:13
  • Graaff, Frances de:  folder 4:10
  • Grabar, André:  folders 11:28-31
  • Graham, Angus:  folder 18:90
  • Greene, Thomas:  folder 18:90
  • Grégoire, Henri:  folders 11:28-31
  • Greimas, A. J.:  folder 6:7
  • Gribble, Charles E.:  folder 27:3
  • Groot, A. W. de:  folders 12:44-46
  • Gross, Feliks:  folder 6:36
  • Grosser, Frida I.:  folder 5:41
  • Gsell, Simonna:  folder 15:14
  • Gup, Theodore S.:  folder 3:100
  • Gut, Ann F.:  folder 3:111
  • Habenieht, Rudolph E.:  folder 5:61
  • Hackenschmiedová, Božena:  folders 4:19-22
  • Hajdú, Péter:  folder 24:5
  • Hála, Bohuslav:  folders 5:35-36
  • Hall, Robert L.:  folder 6:26
  • Halle, Morris:  folders 12:44-46
  • Hamm, Josef:  folder 5:20
  • Hammer, John H.:  folders 6:9, 6:11, 25:95
  • Hammerich, Louis L.:  folder 4:27
  • Hammond, Mac:  folder 4:2
  • Hand, Wayland D.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Harkins, William:  folders 4:72-75, 4:89
  • Harper, Kenneth:  folder 4:71
  • Harrassowitz, Otto:  folders 20:50-51
  • Harris, Brian:  folder 4:18
  • Hartman, Geoffrey:  folder 4:9
  • Hartmann, Hans:  folder 5:36
  • Hashimoto, Mantaro J:  folder 4:47
  • Haskins, Caryl P.:  folder 6:39
  • Haslev Skanland, Marianne:  folder 4:50
  • Hattori, Shirô:  folder 4:47, 20:11-13, 28:3
  • Haugen, Einar:  folder 5:63
  • Havel, F.:  folders 4:19-22
  • Havel, R.:  folders 4:19-22
  • Havránek, Bohuslav:  folders 4:19-22, 4:69, 4:89, 4:91
  • Heaton, E. W.:  folder 4:29
  • Heffer, W.:  folder 3:117
  • Heffner, R. M. S.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Henrichsen, Arre Johan:  folder 4:50
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  • Skardžius, Pranas:  folder 5:87
  • Skinhøj, Erik:  folder 4:27
  • Škvorecký, Josef:  folder 28:86
  • Skwarczyńska, Stefania:  folders 5:2-4, 6:9, 13:83
  • Slater, J. E.:  folders 5:40, 6:39
  • Smallwood, Anne:  folder 4:28
  • Smetánka, Emil:  folder 119:58
  • Smith, Esther Elder:  folder 5:78
  • Smith, Henry Lee, Jr.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Smith, Svend:  folders 12:44-46
  • Sodamura, Tadashi:  folders 20:11-13
  • Soffiette, James P.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Sokol, Elena:  folder 30:48
  • Soloviev, Alexandre:  folders 11:28-31, 15:77
  • Solovnik, A.:  folder 13:8
  • Sommer, Jason:  folder 3:100
  • Sommerfeld, Aimée:  folder 4:50
  • Sommerfeld, Alf:  folders 1:4, 5:36
  • Součková, Milada:  folders 25:33, 28:52, 28:86
  • Sovijarvi, Anti:  folders 5:35-36
  • Spillner, Bernd:  folder 4:39
  • Spongano, Raffaele:  folder 4:45
  • Springer, George P.:  folders 13:67-70
  • Spurr, Jeffrey B.:  folders 6:44-45
  • St.Clair Sobell, James O.:  folder 4:74
  • Stahr, Elvis J.:  folder 3:115
  • Stankiewicz, Edward:  folders 3:109, 4:71, 22:99 101, 28:51
  • Stankov, V.:  folder 26:68
  • Stanojčić, Živojin:  folder 22:22
  • Stavěl, Cyrillus:  folders 9:12-15
  • Steele, Richard D.:  folder 28:64
  • Stegagno Picchio, Luciana:  folders 4:43, 18:44
  • Steiner, Peter:  folder 36:69
  • Steiner, Wendy:  folder 5:18
  • Steinitz, Inge:  folder 23:59
  • Steinitz, Renata:  folder 23:59
  • Steinitz, Wolfgang:  folder 4:36
  • Stenbok Fermor, Elizabeth:  folders 11:28-31
  • Stender Peterson, Adolph:  folders 4:69, 4:76
  • Štěpán, Václav:  folders 4:19-22
  • Stevens, Kenneth N.:  folder 6:3
  • Stewart, Duncan:  folders 4:28-29
  • Stieglitz, Harry:  folder 4:15
  • Stilman, Leon:  folder 4:73
  • Stoikov, Stoiko:  folder 6:38
  • Stojadinović, Miloslav:  folder 19:79
  • Stoltz, Merton P.:  folder 3:102
  • Stolz, Benjamin A.:  folders 5:18, 24:68
  • Stone, Sheppard:  folder 6:3
  • Strada, Vittorio:  folder 28:110
  • Strakhovsky, Leonid:  folder 4:70
  • Strelsky, Nikander:  folder 5:68
  • Strunk, Klaus:  folder 4:33
  • Strunk, Oliver:  folders 2:47, 29:49-51
  • Struve, Gleb:  folder 4:70
  • Struve, L.:  folders 11:28-31, 12:9
  • Studdert Kennedy, Michael:  folder 26:55
  • Šturm, Rudolf:  folders 3:119, 5:88
  • Sulowski, Jan:  folder 23:23
  • Sus, Oleg:  folders 4:19-22, 4:70
  • Sutton, Francis X.:  folder 6:3
  • Sutton, Joseph L.:  folder 3:115
  • Švejda, Jiří:  folders 4:19-22
  • Svejkovský, František:  folders 4:19-22, 16:108-110, 30:60
  • Švelec, Franjo:  folder 4:60
  • Svoboda, Victor:  folder 3:121
  • Swayree, Cleon O.:  folder 6:3
  • Sweeney, John L.:  folder 14:21
  • Swiggart, Peter:  folder 19:39
  • Szawola:  folder 25:14
  • Szeftel, Marc:  folders 11:28-31, 12:9, 19:66-68
  • Szépe, György:  folders 5:47-48, 6:9
  • Szymczak, Mieczysław:  folders 4:52, 5:4
  • Sørensen, Holger Steen:  folder 4:27
  • Takahashi, M.:  folders 13:67-70
  • Talbot, Alice Mary:  folder 2:47
  • Tartak, I. L.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Taylor, Douglas MacRae:  folder 26:55
  • Tellez, Pedro Berruecos:  folder 4:49
  • Testa, Daniel P.:  folder 4:3
  • Thass Thienemann, Theodore:  folder 20:75
  • Thomas, Lawrence L.:  folder 4:70
  • Thompson, John:  folders 6:1, 6:31
  • Thomson, David Cleghorn:  folder 1:4
  • Tichý, F. R.:  folders 4:19-22
  • Tigrid, Pavel:  folders 4:19-22
  • Tikhova, Maríà:  folders 29:49-51
  • Titunik, I. R.:  folders 8:88-90
  • Togelez, K.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Tolbert, W. M.:  folder 3:112
  • Tolstoǐ , N. I.:  folder 4:75
  • Towner, Lawrence W.:  folder 5:16
  • Trabant, Jürgen:  folders 4:42, 28:72-73
  • Trávníček, František:  folder 119:58
  • Trebiatowski, Włodzimierz:  folders 5:3-4
  • Treugutt, Stefan:  folder 4:52
  • Trojan, Felix:  folder 5:36
  • Trubetzkoy, N. S.:  folder 28:110
  • Trypučko, Josef:  folders 11:28-31
  • Tuchman, Maurice:  folder 6:18
  • Turner, Gordon B.:  folders 5:3, 5:9, 5:11, 5:68
  • Turski, Stanisław:  folder 4:52
  • Twaddell, W. Freeman:  folders 12:44-46
  • Tyler, William R.:  folder 2:47
  • Ughi, Ignazio:  folder 4:45
  • Uhlenbeck, E. M.:  folders 13:67-70
  • Uhrskov, Eva:  folder 4:27
  • Unbegaun, Boris:  folders 11:28-31
  • Václaková, Jaroslava:  folders 4:19-22
  • Václavek, Bedřich:  folders 8:29-40
  • Valesio, Paolo:  folder 17:35
  • Valjavec, Fritz:  folders 11:28-31
  • Vallier, Dora:  folders 4:28, 6:4, 27:60-62, 35:75
  • Valoch, Jiří:  folders 4:19-22
  • Van Breda, Herman Leo:  folder 4:13
  • Vance, Eugene:  folder 25:42
  • Van der Pol, Balthazar:  folders 12:44-46
  • Van Dessel, Nora:  folder 4:14
  • Van Dijk, Teun A.:  folder 26:61
  • Vašica, J.:  folder 30:110
  • Vasmer, Max:  folder 4:69
  • Vassiliev, V. M.:  folders 11:28-31, 12:9
  • Velimirović, Miloš:  folders 29:49-51
  • Verbeke, G.:  folder 4:14
  • Vergun, D. N.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Vernadsky, George:  folders 11:28-31
  • Verón, Eliseo:  folder 4:11
  • Verosky, Joan:  folders 13:67-70
  • Veyrenc, J.:  folder 4:31
  • Vickery, Walter:  folder 3:123
  • Vidal, Anne-Marie:  folder 5:76
  • Viebahn, Renate von:  folder 3:121
  • Vinder, Josef:  folder 35:75
  • Vinogradov, V. V.:  folders 4:68, 4:76-77, 4:84
  • Vittitow, Patricia T.:  folder 3:100
  • Vitula, Jiří:  folders 4:19-22
  • Vlášek, J.:  folders 4:19-22, 119:58
  • Vodička, Felix:  folders 4:19-22
  • Voegelin, Ermine W.:  folder 5:65
  • Vogt, Hans:  folder 4:50
  • Voigt, Melvin J.:  folder 3:108
  • Voigt, Vilmos:  folder 23:59
  • Volek, Bronislava:  folders 4:19-22
  • Vorlat, Emma:  folder 4:13
  • Voss, John:  folders 5:4, 5:63
  • Wade, Allison:  folder 6:33
  • Wainhouse, Austryn:  folder 6:39
  • Wallace, W. S.:  folders 11:28-31
  • Wängler, Hans:  folders 5:35-36
  • Wapner, Seymour:  folder 3:111
  • Wardhaugh, Ronald:  folder 4:10
  • Wasson, Roger Gordon:  folders 4:31, 5:84-87
  • Waugh, Linda R.:  folders 3:113, 4:3, 26:55
  • Weaver, Warren:  folder 6:37
  • Weems, Benjamin F.:  folder 4:18
  • Weil, Irwin:  folder 3:124
  • Weinreich, Max:  folder 6:41
  • Weinreich, Uriel:  folders 3:112, 4:73-74, 4:77, 30:110
  • Weinrich, W.:  folder 4:39
  • Weisskopf, Victor F.:  folder 5:63
  • Wellek, Renė:  folders 5:84-85, 11:28-31, 19:39
  • Wells, Rulon:  folders 12:44-46
  • Wendahl, Ronald W.:  folders 12:44-46
  • Wesep, H. B. van:  folder 6:37
  • West, Clifford B.:  folder 6:31
  • West, Elanor Torrey:  folders 6:31-33
  • Whatmough, Joshua:  folders 11:28-31, 12:44-46
  • White, Elaine F.:  folder 3:100
  • Whitfield, Frank J.:  folder 4:70
  • Wierczyński, Stefan:  folder 13:83
  • Wierzbianska, Barbara:  folder 6:36
  • Wiggins, Henry:  folder 3:117
  • Wiktorow, Klaudia:  folder 3:121
  • Williams, Frank:  folder 4:28
  • Winkler, Christian:  folder 6:4
  • Winner, Thomas G.:  folders 3:102, 4:73, 4:76, 28:34
  • Wolff, Etienne:  folder 4:32
  • Wolfson, Harry A.:  folders 9:12-15, 13:83
  • Wolinksu, Wanda:  folder 6:36
  • Wollman, Slavomír:  folders 4:19-22, 4:88-91
  • Wolpert, Vladimir M.:  folders 4:28, 4:37
  • Wood, C. B.:  folder 6:33
  • Woodward, Vann C.:  folder 5:68
  • Worth, Dean S.:  folders 4:28, 4:87-91, 5:1-4, 5:11, 13:67-70, 28:64
  • Wünschová, Felicita:  folders 4:19-22
  • Wynne, Lorraine:  folder 3:121
  • Yakobson, Sergius:  folders 1:4, 28:110
  • Yamaguchi, Hideo:  folder 4:47
  • Yamaguchi, Takehisa:  folder 4:47
  • Yilmaz, Hüsseyn:  folder 4:8
  • York, Herbert:  folder 3:108
  • Young, Manoog S.:  folder 6:24
  • Zack, Léon:  folder 23:59
  • Zagiba, Franz:  folder 4:64
  • Zakrewski, Bogdan:  folder 26:74
  • Zakrzewski, Michal S.:  folder 6:32
  • Zarechnak, Michael:  folder 5:88
  • Zawacki, Edmund:  folder 4:69
  • Zenkl, Petr:  folder 1:7
  • Zepl, Stewart:  folder 27:3
  • Zerner, Henri:  folder 21:19
  • Zhechev, T.:  folder 28:21
  • Zhirmunskiǐ, Vitaliǐ:  folders 11:28-31
  • Zide, Norman:  folder 3:109
  • Zollinger, Heinrich:  folder 4:34
  • Zorina, Libuše:  folders 4:19-22
  • Zółkiewski, Stefan:  folder 4:52
  • Zubini, Xavier:  folder 4:55
  • Zwicky, A. M.:  folder 3:110
  • Zwirner, Eberhard:  folders 5:30, 5:35-37
  • Zych, Wiestaw:  folder 5:4

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Collection Inventory

 Series 1. Biographical Materials 

Scope and Contents note

This small series provides an overall picture of Jakobson's life and professional career. Although there is some material from the earlier years in Russia and from Czechoslovakia during the inter-war period, the bulk of the series documents the post-World War II era in the United States. The material is arranged by subject, then chronologically within subjects.

There is little material from Jakobson's student days in Russia. The only official record from Moscow University that survived mentions his receipt of the Buslaev Prize in 1915 (for his work on North Russian folk epics), his graduation, and his two years at Moscow University, where he remained after graduation in 1918 as a research associate preparing for an academic career in the Department of Russian Language and Literature. Both the original document in Russian and a 1928 German translation are in the collection. The translation was evidently created for the German University in Prague, where Jakobson received his Ph.D. in linguistics in 1930.

Jakobson's life in Czechoslovakia, from his arrival in 1920 as a member of the first Soviet foreign mission, through his years in Prague, then on the academic staff at Masaryk University in Brno, is represented only in a small amount of correspondence and a few official documents (box 1).

Jakobson considered returning to the Soviet Union, especially after the rise to power of the Nazi party in Germany in 1933, but followed the advice of Czech officials and remained in Czechoslovakia. However, neither Jakobson's acceptance of Czech citizenship in 1937 nor his conversion to Eastern Orthodoxy from Judaism in 1938 (box 1, folder 2) could protect him from the Nazis. Correspondence documents his dramatic escape from Czechoslovakia following the German takeover in March 1939 and the efforts of Masaryk University, his brother Sergius, Professor Sommerfelt of the University of Oslo, and Danish and Norwegian authorities to secure Jakobson's safety. Their combined efforts resulted in his departure for Copenhagen on April 23, 1939. The number of Slavists from many countries willing to help attests to the prestige he already enjoyed throughout Europe (box 1, folder 4).

Jakobson arrived in the United States in 1941 and, like other refugees, faced a series of adjustments. A list of over 100 courses he was prepared to teach, as well as resumes and curricula vitae, reveal some of his efforts to secure an academic position (box 1, folder 10). Jakobson's professional activities after his escape from Czechoslovakia in 1939 are documented in his two Reports on Scholarly Activities, probably prepared in support of his permanent appointment at Columbia in 1945. Written in Czech (as he continued to do until 1949), the reports reveal that, despite two years spent intermittently teaching and keeping one step ahead of the Nazis in Denmark, Norway, and finally Sweden, and four years of getting settled in the United States, Jakobson remained a remarkably prolific author (box 1, folders 14 & 15). In addition to the Reports on Scholarly Activities, Jakobson assembled a selection of reviews of his work by notable Slavists, including Meillet, Trubetzkoy, Sommerfelt, and Van Wijk. (For more information on the reviews, see Series 7.)

Like many immigrants in 1941, Jakobson encountered hostility from members of the American academic community who feared that the influx of European intellectuals threatened their jobs. Correspondence and his own curricula vitae describe Jakobson's first appointment in the United States in 1941 at the École Libre des Hautes Études in New York City, a French university in exile, where he was Professor of Linguistics and Slavonics. In 1943 he became Visiting Professor of Comparative Linguistics at Columbia University (box 1, folders 11-13).

Jakobson's professional life is detailed in the Annual Reports he compiled between 1944 and 1982. The reports serve as a main reference source for his activities (box 1, folders 18-36). Honors from universities and scholarly associations, publications or works in progress, conferences and congresses attended, and lists of lectures he gave in the United States and twenty-five other countries document his international importance as a scholar and linguist.

Family correspondence illuminates Jakobson's ties with several members of his family. Letters spanning a period of fifty years document the friendly relationship he maintained with his first wife, Sonya Haas, until her death in 1982 (box 1, folder 75). He remained close to members of her family as well, as letters from his brother-in-law, Hugo Haas, a well known Czech actor, suggest (folder 73). Correspondence with his second wife, Svatava Pirkova Jakobson, attest to professional as well as personal ties between them (folder 76). The loving bond between Jakobson and his mother is documented in a correspondence covering sixty years (folder 78).

The hundreds of letters of condolence received by Krystyna Pomorska Jakobson reveal the extent of Jakobson's personal and professional network throughout the world and the great loss the linguistic community felt at his death in 1982 (box 1, folders 82-86 and box 2, folders 1-4).

Box Folder

Personal Documents: The Soviet Union 1921 

1 1

Czechoslovakia, Ph.D. diploma 1930 

119a 1

Czechoslovakia 1937-1938 

1 2

Czechoslovakia: Appointments 1930-1948 

1 3

Czechoslovakia: Appointments 1934-1947 

119a 2

Czechoslovakia: Escape, including correspondence 1939 

1 4

Sweden 1940 

1 5

Sweden 1940 

119a 3

United States 1941-1982 

1 6

United States 1941-1982 

119a 4

Letters of Recommendation 1939-1950 

Access note

Restricted for 75 years from date of creation.

1 7

Zpráva o činnosti pražského linguistického kroužku (Report on the activities of the Prague Linguistic Circle) 1926-1936 

1 8

List of courses at the Czech Language and Literature Department of the Masaryk University, Brno 1930s 

1 9

List of Lectures and Courses Offered to American Universities 1941-1942 

1 10

Resumés and Short Biographies 1940-1982 

1 11-13

Reports on Jakobson's Scholarly Activities (1939-1945): Drafts 

1 14-15

Reports on Jakobson's Scholarly Activities (1939-1945): Typed versions 

1 16

Reports on Jakobson's Scholarly Activities (1939-1945): Related material 

1 17

Annual Reports 1944-1982 

1 18-36

Annual Reports 1977 

119a 5

Annual Reports, posters 1969-1977 

119a 6
Oversize-folder

Annual Reports, posters 1969-1977 

1
Box Folder

Honors 1939-1981 

1 53-56

Honors 1949 

119a 7
Oversize-folder

Honors 1949 

2
Box

Honorary Doctorate, Copenhagen undated 

122

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Promotion ceremony 1980 

122
Box Folder

Roman Jakobson's Festschrift, correspondence 1965-1966 

1 57

Roman Jakobson's 80th Birthday Volume 1973-1974 

1 58

The First International Roman Jakobson Conference 1985 

1 59

Calendars 1950 

1 60

Calendars 1962 

1 61

Calendars 1965, 1968 

1 62

Calendars 1969 

1 63

Calendars 1970, 1971 

1 64

Calendars 1972, 1973 

1 65

Calendars 1974, 1975 

1 66

Calendars 1977, 1978 

1 67

Calendars 1979, 1980 

1 68

Address Books undated 

1 69

Notebook undated 

1 70

Family documents, Sergius Yakobson 1979 

1 71

Family correspondence: Unidentified 

1 72

Family correspondence: Haas, Hugo 

1 73

Family correspondence: Haasová, Olga 

1 74

Family correspondence: Haasová, Sonia 

1 75

Family correspondence: Pírková-Jakobson, Svatava 

1 76

Family correspondence: Pomorski, Stanislaw/Pomorska, Marie 

1 77

Family correspondence: Yakobson, Anna 

1 78

Family correspondence: Yakobson, Elena 

1 79

Family correspondence: Yakobson, Osip 

1 80

Family correspondence: Yakobson, Sergius 

1 81

Condolence letters: Unidentified 

1 82

Condolence letters: A - K 

1 83-86

Condolence letters: L - Z 

2 1-4
Box

2 reel-to-reel tapes: “Symposium and Memorial Service” 1982 November 12 

134

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 Series 2.  Universities - United States 

Scope and Contents note

Subseries 2A documents Jakobson's role as a faculty member at four universities, following his arrival in the United States in 1941. The materials are arranged alphabeetically under each school: École Libre des Haute Études , Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Subseries 2B describes Jakobson's activities as a visiting professor or guest lecturer at numerous American universities. The materials are arranged alphabetically by university. For information about Jakobson's involvement with foreign institutions, see Series 3, Universities - Foreign. Series 2 originally contained hundreds of student papers from courses Jakobson taught at Harvard and MIT. These papers have been sampled to illustrate the topics covered and his methods, and they are filed with the Harvard and MIT materials. The rest of the student papers were discarded, as were dissertations from other universities which were assumed to exist in the appropriate libraries. Texts of all public lectures and speeches originally filed by Jakobson in the universities section are now filed in Published or Unpublished Writings in chronological order.  Subseries 2A

École Libre des Haute Études

Jakobson began his teaching career in the United States at the École Libre des Hautes Études in the Czech section of the Slavic Department. His activities at the school, his involvement in such events as the celebration of the anniversary of the birth of Comenius, his participation in public lectures, and his publications are detailed in the Report of the Activities of the Denis Chair, the chair he held (box 2, folder 11). Research reports and outlines describe Jakobson's research interests while at the École Libre. A systematic linguistic analysis of Paleoasiatic languages resulted in several publications, the major of which were "The Paleosiberian Languages" and "A Note on Aleut Speech Sounds" (box 2, folder 12). His search for distinctive features, phonemic patterns, and their distribution in world languages led to a project on phonemic classification of languages. Several major studies on Czech poetry that Jakobson was working on are described as well (box 2, folder 12).

Columbia University

Jakobson's dissatisfaction with the state of Slavic studies in the United States is illustrated in his many attempts to improve the study of Slavic and particularly Czech languages and culture. At Columbia he wrote a detailed proposal to develop a Czech section of the Slavic Department. He emphasized the importance of the Czech contribution to world culture, and the cultural links between the United States and Czechoslovakia, particularly since the wave of immigration from Eastern Europe in the twentieth century. His draft of the course outline and recommendations for how the section should be organized are included in the proposal (box 2, folder 14). More information on the plans for Czechoslovak studies at Columbia can be found in the interview with Jakobson on the occasion of the establishment of the Masaryk Chair (Unpublished Writings, box 32, folder 58).

Jakobson's proposal for a greatly expanded program of Czech studies at Columbia was never fully realized because of political developments in the Cold War period after 1948. His proposal for the improvement of Russian studies in the United States was more successful. The first step was supposed to be the publication of essential literature on Russian and Slavic subjects, such as Vasmer's Etymological Dictionary of the Russian Language and some work by Czyzevsky, Stender-Petersen and Trubetzkoy (box 2, folder 13). Vasmer's dictionary was actually published during the 1950s; some books followed later.

Correspondence, reports, and newsclippings reveal that political developments associated with the Cold War interrupted Jakobson's concentration on improving Slavic studies at Columbia. As one Eastern European government after another became Communist after 1948, the political ties and loyalties of emigres in the United States were questioned. The controversies that enveloped Columbia led to Jakobson's resignation in 1949 (box 2, folder 24).

Harvard University

Jakobson joined the faculty at Harvard in 1949 and remained until 1967. His teaching style is revealed through the material he prepared for his classes, including detailed poem analyses, notes, and sets of problems. Using this material, he demonstrated the principles of structural analysis to the students. The material also testifies to his preoccupation with linguistics and poetics at that time. Some of these analyses later appeared in his published articles (box 2, folders 39-44; box 119a, folder 9).

At Harvard Jakobson continued to promote major publication projects to provide essential and systematic reading and reference books for students of Russian and other Slavic languages. Proposals and accompanying correspondence describe a number of projects he advocated including the production of an edition, called the "Russian Literary Archives," of unpublished documents housed at Harvard's Houghton Library and other American collections. He also proposed publications of critical bibliographies for Slavic studies and an introduction to Slavic studies which would examine pivotal common Slavic and inter Slavic linguistic relationships (box 2, folders 51 & 52). Additional material on research projects conducted at Harvard is filed with Series 5.

In 1950-1955 Jakobson supervised a research project supported by the Rockefeller Foundation. Correspondence, reports, drafts, and notes reveal that a five volume publication was planned to present a detailed descriptive analysis of contemporary Russian language. Only the first volume was actually prepared, a linguistic analysis of the Russian sound pattern (box 2, folders 55-59). A number of prominent linguists participated in this project, including Dimitri Čiževsky, Horace Lunt, Morris Halle, and L. Jones.

Although the five volume series was never completed, the project was Jakobson's first cooperative venture with MIT faculty members. One of the publications produced by the project, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis" by Jakobson, Morris Halle, and Gunnar Fant, was published as Technical Report #13 of the MIT Acoustics Laboratory in 1952 (see Published Writings, box 12, folder 30).

The sampling of student papers retained includes all of the student papers prepared on the Igor' Tale, a classic Russian epic. The student papers were written after Jakobson published his own major studies of the work and show his continuing fascination with the subject (box 3, folders 1-24).

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Concurrently with his position at Harvard, Jakobson was appointed in April 1957 Visiting Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 1957-1958 and reappointed Visiting Institute Professor for a six month period beginning July 1958. He continued in his role at MIT until he became emeritus in 1970. In 1957 then acting president Julius Stratton asked Jakobson to become a member of the steering committee to establish the Center for Communication Sciences (box 3, folders 63-65). The Center, affiliated with MIT's Research Laboratory for Electronics, brought together linguists such as Jakobson and Morris Halle with electrical engineers, including Gordon Brown, Jerome Wiesner, and Walter Rosenblith, as well as mathematicians, psychologists, logicians, and neurophysiologists. Their purpose was to study communication processes in both natural and man-made systems.

In 1962 Jakobson was appointed a member of the Committee for Communication Sciences, which fostered the growth of disciplines involving the transmission and processing of information in living as well as man-made communication systems. Reports and memoranda document activities of Jakobson and other members of the project, including Morris Halle, Eric Lenneberg, and Noam Chomsky. Included are papers written by some of the people at the Center, which describe their various areas of research (box 3, folders 63-65).

Jakobson and his fellow linguists at the Center worked to develop a general theory of language which included a search for linguistic universals and a comprehensive typology of languages. Part of Jakobson's work resulted in three chapters for a projected book on sound and meaning (Unpublished Writings, box 33, folders 9-25). Jakobson's years as a member of the MIT faculty are documented in correspondence about administrative issues and personal information such as appointments, salary information, and retirement arrangements (box 3, folder 67). Some correspondence refers to conferences he attended and publications projects.

Subseries 2B

This subseries describes Jakobson's appearances as a speaker and his activities as a visiting professor at American universities. The Brown University and New York University folders contain a few course evaluations by Jakobson's students. While the students occasionally criticize Jakobson, their evaluations show that Jakobson was an excellent lecturer, whose "thoughts opened new vistas" for them.

Correspondence with his students is generally filed in General Correspondence or Letters of Recommendation. (See Series 8)

 Subseries 2A.  Faculty Appointments 

Box Folder

École Libre des Hautes Études: Catalogues 1942 

2 5

École Libre des Hautes Études: Catalogues 1942-1943 

2 6

École Libre des Hautes Études: Catalogues 1943-1944 

2 7

École Libre des Hautes Études: Catalogues 1946-1947 

2 8

École Libre des Hautes Études: Correspondence 1945-1949 

2 9

École Libre des Hautes Études: Courses 1942-1946 

2 10
Oversize-folder

École Libre des Hautes Études: Course announcements 1942-1946 

3
Box Folder

École Libre des Hautes Études: Report on activities of the Denis chair, draft (manuscript) 1943 

2 11

École Libre des Hautes Études: Research projects, drafts early 1940s 

2 12

Columbia University: Book publishing proposal 1948 

2 13

Columbia University: The Chair of Czechoslovak Studies, proposal (draft), correspondence 1943-1949 

2 14

Columbia University: Correspondence 1943-1955 

2 15

Columbia University: Final examinations requirements circa 1948 

2 16

Columbia University: Lists of Courses 

2 16

Columbia University: Lists of Courses 1943-1947 

2 17

Columbia University: Lists of Courses 1945-1946 

2 18-19

Columbia University: Lists of Courses 1946-1947 

2 20

Columbia University: Lists of Courses 1949-1951 

2 21

Columbia University: Lists of students 1948-1949 

2 22

Columbia University: List of students' theses and dissertations 1948 

2 23

Columbia University: Political controversies regarding Eastern European 1948 

2 24

Columbia University: Reading required for Professor Jakobson's courses 1948 

2 25

Columbia University: Report of the President 1947-1948 

2 26

Harvard University: Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts 1972 

2 27

Harvard University: College Library, correspondence 1964-1979 

2 28

Harvard University: Correspondence 1947-1982 

2 29-30

Harvard University: Courses - Lists and descriptions 1947-1958 

2 31

Harvard University: Courses - Reading list on cards undated 

2 32-35

Harvard University: Courses - Reading lists 1948-1961 

2 36

Harvard University: Courses - Reading lists 1966-1967, undated 

2 37

Harvard University: Courses - Notes undated 

2 38

Harvard University: Courses - Notes undated 

119a 8

Harvard University: Teaching material, notes 1950s 

2 39-44

Harvard University: Teaching material, notes 1950s 

119a 9

Harvard University: Term paper topics undated 

2 45

Harvard University: Dissertations and theses, list of topics and students 1950-1962 

2 46

Harvard University: Dumbarton Oaks 1960-1982 

2 47

Harvard University: The Houghton Library, correspondence 1962-1973 

2 48

Harvard University: Master and Ph.D. degrees requirements 1949-1958 

2 49

Harvard University: Medieval Studies Program 1960 

2 50

Harvard University: Publication Projects 1950s 

2 51

Harvard University: Publication Projects - The Milman Parry Collection 1949 

2 52

Harvard University: Research - Comanche Language 1950s 

2 53

Harvard University: Research - Psycholinguistics 1952 

2 54

Harvard University: Rockefeller Foundation Grant - Correspondence 1950-1958 

2 55

Harvard University: Rockefeller Foundation Grant - General information 1950-1957 

2 56

Harvard University: Rockefeller Foundation Grant - Materials and notes related to the project 1950s 

2 57

Harvard University: Rockefeller Foundation Grant - Russian Language Research Project circa 1957 

2 58-59

Harvard University: Seminars and forums undated 

2 60

Harvard University: Student records undated 

Conditions Governing Access note

Records are restricted for 75 years.

119a 10

Harvard University: Students, lists and grades 1952-1967 

Conditions Governing Access note

Records are restricted for 75 years from date of creation.

2 61

Harvard University: Students' papers - Adverbs (Scarr, G.) undated 

2 62

Harvard University: Students' papers - Cause and Process of Sound Change (Bross, John S.) 1961 

2 63

Harvard University: Students' papers - Consonant Germination in Latin (Brown, J. C.) 1965 

2 64

Harvard University: Students' papers - Distinctive Features of Tone (Gruber, J. S.) 1964 

2 65

Harvard University: Students' papers - The English Aspects (Bojar, R. B.) 1962 

2 66

Harvard University: Students' papers - Evolutionary Linguistics (Silverstein, M.) 1964 

2 67

Harvard University: Students' papers - Folksong (Barnet, R. J.) 1951 

2 68

Harvard University: Students' papers - Historical Phonology (Gladney, F. Y., Newman, L. W., Mayer, H. E., Townsend, C. E., Stoltz, B. A., Keiler, A., Harrington, R. V., Fischer, P. A., Lipson, A. L., Underhill, R., Ricker, E. F., Klymasz, R., Sholiton, R.) 1961 

2 69-81

Harvard University: Students' papers - History of Meaning (Caroline, N.) 1966 

2 82

Harvard University: Students' papers - Home-School Bilingual Problem (Lord, B.) 1963 

2 83

Harvard University: Students' papers - Icelandic Sound Patterns (Valfells, S.) 1963 

2 84

Harvard University: Students' papers - Igor' Tale (Gail, M. A., Klymasz, R., Worth, D. S., Dalton, M., Blankoff, J., Fischer, P. A., Malby, M., Grotto, L. J., Harrington, R. V., Carmack, S A., Chvany, C. V., Manusevich, V., Simunovich, B., French, B. A., Josefson, P., Harvey, P., Szulkin, R., Hrehorovich, V., Karlinsky, S., Bilitz, J. J., Kolsti, J. S., Kruger, S., Cross, A. G., Scarr, G.) 1953-1964 

3 1-24

Harvard University: Students' papers - Interpretation of Phonology and Morphology (Rothstein, R. A.) 1961 

3 25

Harvard University: Students' papers - Italo-Romance (Valesio, P.) undated 

3 26

Harvard University: Students' papers - Mandel'shtam, O. E. - draft (author unidentified) undated 

3 27

Harvard University: Students' papers - Meaning in Translation (Kotey, P.) 1966 

3 28

Harvard University: Students' papers - Metaphor (Imholz, K.) 1966 

3 29

Harvard University: Students' papers - Morphological Constructs in Latvian (Zadins, M.) 1962 

3 30

Harvard University: Students' papers - Morphology (Valfels, S./ Browne, W.) 1962 

3 31-32

Harvard University: Students' papers - Old Irish Verb (Boling, B. D.) 1962 

3 33

Harvard University: Students' papers - Parallelism (Higonnet, J.) undated 

3 34

Harvard University: Students' papers - Phonemic Changes in Sanskrit (Vatuk, V. P.) 1961 

3 35

Harvard University: Students' papers - Phonologie, strukturelle Linguistik und the Zweck-mässigkeit (Colby, L. M.) 1961 

3 36

Harvard University: Students' papers - Phonology - Sound Laws (Sister Maria Louisette) 1961 

3 37

Harvard University: Students' papers - Poetics (Moscow, J./ Marti V.) 1965 

3 38-39

Harvard University: Students' papers - Polish Literature (Walata, E.) 1956 

3 40

Harvard University: Students' papers - Proto-Gallo Italian (Clivio, G. P.) 1965 

3 41

Harvard University: Students' papers - Russian - Prepositions and Preverbs (author unidentified) undated 

3 42

Harvard University: Students' papers - Russian - Iterative Verbs (author unidentified) undated 

3 43

Harvard University: Students' papers - Russian Pronoun (Rubinstein, H.) undated 

3 44

Harvard University: Students' papers - Russian - The Iterative System (Worth, D.S.) undated 

3 45

Harvard University: Students' papers - Russian "Tozhe" (Worth, D. S.) undated 

3 46

Harvard University: Students' papers - The Saussurian Concept of Change and Analogy (MacLeay, D. M.) undated 

3 47

Harvard University: Students' papers - Semantic Problems and the Hindus (Aklujkar, A. L.) undated 

3 48

Harvard University: Students' papers - Semantic Theory and Aphasia (Blumstein, S.) 1966 

3 49

Harvard University: Students' papers - Semantics (Pringle, T.) 1966 

3 50

Harvard University: Students' papers - Semantics and Modal Particles (Arnolt, W. W.) undated 

3 51

Harvard University: Students' papers - Swedish Verb (Swebilius, B.) undated 

3 52

Harvard University: Students' papers - Synchrony and Diachrony (Crum, R.) undated 

3 53

Harvard University: Students' papers - Synchrony in Sound Change (Olmsted, H.) 1961 

3 54

Harvard University: Students' papers - Syntax (Worth, D. S.) 1954 

3 55

Harvard University: Students' papers - Verbal Desinences of Russian (Milner, M.) 1965 

3 56

Harvard University: Students' papers - Verbal Categories in Swedish (Black, K. L.) undated 

3 57

Harvard University: Students' papers - Taboo Substitutions (Markovich, M. R.) 1966 

3 58

Harvard University: Students' papers - Zadonshchina (Dalton, M. [undated], Segel, H. [1953], Němec, M. [1958], Dawson, C. L. [undated] 

3 59-62

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Center for Communication Sciences - Correspondence and announcements 1957-1962 

3 63

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Center for Communication Sciences - Research projects 1958-1959 

3 64

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Center for the Information Sciences, report undated 

3 65

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Colloquium on Communication Theory 1951 

3 66

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Correspondence 1957-1982 

3 67

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Courses - Reading lists, teaching material 1964-1968 

3 68-69

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Directory of current research - Jakobson's entries 1965-1974 

3 70

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Experimental and Theoretical Study of Phonemic Categories, report 1972 

3 71-72

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Libraries - Institute Archives, correspondence regarding the manuscript collection 1978-1982 

3 73

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Libraries - Sale of Jakobson's library to MIT 1965 

119a 11

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Linguistic Research 1959-1966 

3 74-75

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Linguistics, Department of, courses and tutorial program 

3 76

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Linguistics, seminars 1957-1959 

3 77

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Memorial service, a tribute to Jakobson 1982 November 12 

3 78

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT Press, correspondence 1964-1970 

3 79

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Research Laboratory of Electronics - Speech sound tests undated 

3 80

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Research Laboratory of Electronics - Research outline and meeting agenda, 1957-1969 

3 81

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Research Laboratory of Electronics - Travel reports 1965-1969 

3 82

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Speech Analysis Conference 1949 

3 83

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - The Concept of Markedness (Dean, J.) 1967 

3 84

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - English Consonants (Huttunen, E.) 1965 

3 85

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Expressive Derivation of Russian Proper Names, (author unidentified) undated 

3 86

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Historical View of Gothic Phonology (Jorgensen, P.) 1965 

3 87

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Linguistic Analysis on Japanese Poems (Kahai, H.) 1969 

3 88

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Linguistic Function and Correspondence in C. P. Cavafy's H O I (Herrey, M. S.) 1969 

3 89

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - N. S. Trubetzkoy (Friedman, E. M.) 1967 

3 90

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Proto-Malaysian (T'sou, B. K.) 1966 

3 91

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Russian Phonology (Milner, M.) 1965 

3 92

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Russian Syntax (Snow, M. S.) 1967 

3 93

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Sound Change and Sound Pattern (Jenkins, L.) 1965 

3 94

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Syntax in Old Persian (Kahr, J. C.) 1967 

3 95

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Students' papers - Trubetzkoy, Sapir, Jakobson (Kotey, P.) 1967 

3 96

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Travel arrangements 1972-1974 

3 97

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Travel correspondence (to Jakobson from his assistant) 1972-1974 

3 98

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Trips to Europe 1957-1961 

3 99

 Subseries 2B. Visiting Professor and Guest Lecturer 

Box Folder

Brandeis University 1970 

3 100

Brandeis University: Honorary doctorate 1980-1981 

3 101

Brown University 1961-1971 

3 102

Brown University: Notes for courses and on students' papers 1969-1970 

3 103

Brown University: Students' term paper proposals 1970 

3 106

Brown University: Students' papers 1970-1971 

3 104-105

University of California, Los Angeles 1966-1974 

3 107

University of California, San Diego 1960-1965 

3 108

The University of Chicago 1970 

3 109

University of Cincinnati 1979 

3 110

Clark University 1968-1975 

3 111

Columbia University 1962-1976 

3 112

Cornell University 1973 

3 113

University of Illinois 1967 

3 114

Indiana University, Research Center for the Language Sciences 1968-1978 

3 115

L'Institut de Philologie et D'Histoire Orientales et Slaves: Year book 1939-1944 

3 116

L'Institut de Philologie et D'Histoire Orientales et Slaves: Correspondence 1948-1949 

3 117

The Johns Hopkins University, Academy of Aphasia 1980 

3 118

New York University 1973-1980 

3 119

New York University: Lecture material 1973 

3 120

New York University: Letters from students 1973-1974 

3 121

New York University: Reading list 1973-1974 

3 122

The University of North Carolina 1970-1971 

3 123

Northwestern University 1970 

3 124

Princeton University 1967-1968 

3 125

Stanford University 

4 1

State University of New York at Buffalo 1967-1976 

4 2

Syracuse University 1967-1974 

4 3

The University of Texas 

4 4

Wayne State University 1963-1967 

4 5

Wayne State University: Russian lexicon study 1963-1967 

4 6

Wellesley College 1971-1980 

4 7

Wesleyan University 1968-1970 

4 8

Yale University 1971-1980 

4 9

Other Universities 1959-1977 

4 10

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 Series 3. Universities - Foreign 

Scope and Contents note

This series documents Jakobson's relations with foreign universities, institutions, and individual scholars from the 1940s to the 1980s, and indicates the great influence he exerted on the world linguistic community. The papers are organized alphabetically, by country, based on Jakobson's original arrangement.

Correspondence, reports, and itineraries describe Jakobson's visits to countries all over the world, lectures he gave in twenty-five countries, his membership on boards and committees, publications he issued abroad, interviews he gave for television and radio, and honors he received. In addition, correspondence with individual scholars is found in Series 8, General Correspondence, and can be located through the Index of Correspondents

Correspondence with the Archives Husserl in Belgium traces Jakobson's search for a paper Husserl gave to the Prague Linguistic Circle in the 1930s (box 4, folder 13). Jakobson intended to publish the paper with his own introduction and his reminiscences of conversations with Husserl about his influence on the Prague Linguistic School. Although the paper was never found–indeed, the Archives and Jakobson concluded that Husserl never wrote the paper but spoke from notes–Jakobson's quest led to visits to the Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven and the Archives Husserl in 1972. The texts of the major lectures and a colloquium Jakobson gave at the Katholieke Universiteit on linguistics, stylistics, semiotics, and poetics are filed in Unpublished Writings (box 36, folders 27 & 28). Correspondence with Czech colleagues and friends reveal Jakobson's lifelong ties with his adopted country (box 4, folders 19-24). Although there is some correspondence from the 1950s, the effects of the Dubcek liberalization are obvious in the increase of correspondence around 1968. Correspondence, notes, and newspaper articles also document his visit to Czechoslovakia in 1957, his first after his 1939 escape (box 4, folder 25).

Box Folder

Argentina 1971 

4 11

Belgium 1971-1972 

4 12

Belgium: Archives Husserl, Louvain 1967-1974 

4 13

Belgium: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven 1971-1972 

4 14

Belgium: Université de Liège 1971-1980 

4 15

Brazil 1971-1972 

4 16

Brazil 1971-1972 

119a 12

Bulgaria 1959 

4 17

Canada 1969-1975 

4 18

Czechoslovakia: Correspondence 1956-1970 

4 19-22

Czechoslovakia: Correspondence, unidentified 

4 23

Czechoslovakia: Newsclippings regarding events in 1968 

4 24

Czechoslovakia: Visit 1957 

4 25

Czechoslovakia: Jakobson's response to attacks in Czechoslovak press 1950 

4 26

Denmark 1967-1980 

4 27

England 1968-1981 

4 28

England: Oxford, honorary doctorate 1981 

4 29

Finland 1973-1975 

4 30

France 1966-1980 

4 31

France: Collège de France 1974 

4 32

Germany: Bayerische Akademie der Wischenschaften 1977-1978 

4 33

Germany: Ruhr-Universität Bochum, correspondence, honorary doctorate ceremony 1979-1980 

4 34-35

Germany: Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften 1961-1965 

4 36

Germany: Hegel Preis 1982 

4 37

Germany: Roman Jakobson Interdisciplinary Symposium, Bielefeld 1975 

4 38

Germany: Trip (spring of 1975) 1974-1975 

4 39

Hungary 1972-1973 

4 40

Israel 1974-1977 

4 41

Italy: Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei 1970-1971 

4 42

Italy: Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei - Antonio Feltrinelli Prize 1980-1981 

4 43

Italy: Fondazione Giorgio Cini 1969-1971 

4 44

Italy: Invitations and trips 1962-1974 

4 45

Japan: Agreement between TEC Co. Ltd. and MIT Press 1968 

4 46

Japan: Correspondence 1965-1967 

4 47

Japan: Trip 1967 

4 48

Mexico 1971-1972 

4 49

Norway 1971-1976 

4 50

Peru 1972-1974 

4 51

Poland 1951-1980 

4 52

Portugal 1969-1973 

4 53

Romania 1946-1969 

4 54

Spain 1968-1974 

4 55

Sweden 1972-1976 

4 56

Sweden: Uppsala Universitet 1963-1977 

4 57

Switzerland 1974-1975 

4 58

USSR, The Georgian Academy of Sciences 1976 

4 59

Yugoslavia 1961-1981 

4 60

Yugoslavia: 300th Anniversary of "Sveučilište u Zagrebu" 1969-1970 

4 61

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 Series 4. Conferences and Congresses 

Scope and Contents note

This series describes Jakobson's participation in Slavic and other congresses and conferences. The first part details Jakobson's involvement in the International Congresses of Slavists. As a distinguished and influential scholar, Jakobson played a variety of roles in the International Committee of Slavists as co-founder, organizer, administrator, and participant, illustrating the diversity of his contribution to the development of Slavic studies.

In 1955 at the third International Congress of Slavists in Belgrade, Jakobson was elected to the International Committee of Slavists as the permanent American representative. His first priority was to renew communications between world linguists, which had been interrupted by the Cold War. He became secretary of the American Committee of Slavists in 1958 and in 1959 was made honorary chairman.

Jakobson's speech notes, programs, and papers by other scholars (Jakobson's papers are filed in Unpublished Writings) illustrate the scholarly contributions made by the American Slavists to these Congresses. Equally interesting are the reports, proposals, and resolutions which describe the growth of the organization and its political problems.

Correspondence from 1957 following the Soviet invasion of Hungary describes the conflict among American Slavists who wished to boycott the Fourth Congress in Moscow. Jakobson opposed the protest, believing that maintaining friendly ties with Soviet Slavists was important if there was any hope for an improved relationship with the Soviet Union. He thought it would be wrong to desert Soviet Slavic scholars, depriving them of their only western influence. Jakobson did not wish to encourage in the United States the restrictive policies and politicization of scholarly relationships that he opposed in the Soviet bloc (box 4, folders 68-77).

Later correspondence describes in great detail the crisis that affected the American Committee of Slavists in 1975 and 1976. Younger members of the committee opposed the appointment of permanent representatives to the International Committee (of which Jakobson was one). While older members of the committee believed that the longevity of relationships between American and foreign Slavists was crucial to the functioning of the International Committee, younger members became frustrated at their inability to gain the same valuable experience (box 5, folders 9-10). Jakobson, the honorary chairman, resigned from both committees in 1976. Much of the correspondence concerns William Edgerton, who resigned as chairman in 1978.

The second part of this series documents his participation in diverse professional organizations, showing the broad scope of Jakobson's scholarly interest and competence. Through his publishing and lecturing, he contributed to many disciplines such as American studies, Armenian studies, brain research and human behavior, Byzantine studies, communication sciences, general linguistics, Germanic languages and literatures (including English literature, especially poetry), philosophy, phonetic sciences, phonology, Romance culture, Russian literature, semiotics, and Slavic studies.

Jakobson's continuing interest in sounds of speech and their definition and classification is demonstrated by his participation in International Congresses of Phonetic Sciences (box 5, folders 29-37).

Box 5, folder 16 contains material related to the Conference on History of Linguistics in the Newberry Library in 1968, where Jakobson gave interesting summarizing remarks at the conclusion of the conference. The formal paper itself is in Series 6 (box 35, folder 11).

Correspondence filed in Congresses of the International Association for Semiotic Studies shows his interest in this area; his participation in Congress 1974, where he delivered his paper "Coup d'oeil sur le developpement de la sémiotique" (see Published Writings, box 23, folders 13-23); and his service as vice-president of the Association (box 5, folders 21-23).

Box Folder

Conference of American and Canadian Slavists 1953 

4 62

Conference on Slavic Ethnography 1964-1965 

4 63

Congressus Historiea Slavicae Salisburgensis (I-III) 1962-1970 

4 64

International Committee of Slavists - Constitution 

4 65

III International Congress of Slavists, Beograd 1955 

4 66

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): American Book Exhibit 1958 

4 67

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): Correspondence 1956 to 1958 November 

4 68-77

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): Lists of American Participants 1957-1958 

4 78

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): List of participants and papers 1957 

4 79

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): First session of the committee in Moscow 1956 

4 80

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): Second session of the committee in Prague 1957 

4 81

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): Third session of the committee in Warsaw 1958 

4 82

IV International Congress of Slavists, Moscow (1958): Slavic studies in non-Slavic countries, proposal 1956-1957 

4 83

V International Congress of Slavists, Bulgaria 1963 

4 84

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): The American Committee of Slavists, list of papers submitted to the congress 1966 

4 85

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): American Committee, statements and correspondence about the events in Czechoslovakia 1968 

4 86

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): American Committee, statements and correspondence about the events in Czechoslovakia 1968 

119a 13

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Correspondence 1964-1968 

4 87-91

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): List of participants, names and addresses 1968 

4 92

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Program 1968 

4 93

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Project of the program 1967 

4 94

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Jakobson's participation 1968 

4 95

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Ninth session of the committee in Vienna 1965 

4 96

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Tenth session of the committee in Oxford 1966 

4 97

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Eleventh session of the committee in Prague 1968 

4 98

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Session of the committee's presidium 1967 

4 99

VI International Congress of Slavists, Prague (1968): Slavic committees, statements about the invasion of Czechoslovakia 

4 100

VII International Congress of Slavists, Warsaw (1973): American committee 1970-1973 

5 1

VII International Congress of Slavists, Warsaw (1973): Correspondence 1968-1973 

5 2-4

VII International Congress of Slavists, Warsaw (1973): Program 

5 5

VII International Congress of Slavists, Warsaw (1973): Twelfth and thirteenth sessions of the committee 1970-1973 

5 6

VII International Congress of Slavists, Warsaw (1973): Fourteenth to sixteenth sessions of the committee 1972-1973 

5 7

VIII International Congress of Slavists, Zagreb (1978): Abstracts of papers 1978 

5 8

VIII International Congress of Slavists, Zagreb (1978): American committee correspondence 1974-1976 

5 9

VIII International Congress of Slavists, Zagreb (1978): American committee, proposals, statements, circular letters 1976-1978 

5 10

VIII International Congress of Slavists, Zagreb (1978): Correspondence 1974-1978 

5 11

VIII International Congress of Slavists, Zagreb (1978): Eighteenth session of the committee 1975 

5 12

VIII International Congress of Slavists, Zagreb (1978): Topics and paper proposals 1978 

5 13

IX International Congress of Slavists, Kiev (1983) 1979-1983 

5 14

IX International Congress of Slavists, Kiev (1983): American Committee 1982 

5 15

Conference on the History of Linguistics 1967-1973 

5 16

Conference on Science and the Modern World View 1956 

5 17

Conference on the Semiotics of Art 1977-1978 

5 18

Conference on Speech, Language and Communication undated 

5 19

Conferences on Phonology 1964-1972 

5 20

I Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies 1972-1974 

5 21-22

II Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies 1978-1979 

5 23

Congresses of Byzantine Studies 1948-1971 

5 24

Congresses of Psychology 1965-1968 

5 25

International Colloquium on Romance Culture andLiterature, Bucureşti 1959 

5 26

XXIX International Congress of Americanists 1949 

5 27

International Congresses of Linguists 1975-1977 

5 28

IV International Congress of Phonetic Sciences in Helsinki 1961 

5 29

V International Congress of Phonetic Sciences in Münster 1964 

5 30

VI International Congress of Phonetic Sciences in Prague 1967 

5 31

VII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences in Montreal 1971 

5 32

VIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences in Leeds 1975 

5 33

IX International Congress of Phonetic Sciences in Copenhagen 1979 

5 34

International Congresses of Phonetic Sciences, permanent council, correspondence 1939-1972 

5 35-37

IV International Congress of Scholars in Germanic Languages and Literatures 1969 

5 38

International Symposium on Armenian Linguistics 1982-1983 

5 39

Jerusalem Einstein Centennial Symposium 1977-1979 

5 40

Language, Symbol and Reality Symposium 1969-1970 

5 41

Languages in Society and the Technical World 1968-1970 

5 42-43

Midwest Conference of Linguists 

5 44

Pushkin Symposia 1974-1978 

5 45

Seminar on the Development of National Consciousness in Eastern Europe 1969 

5 46

Semiotics: Congresses, seminars, symposia 1964-1980 

5 47-48

Style Conference 1967-1968 

5 49

Symposium on Brain Research and Human Behavior 1968 

5 50

Symposium on Constantine the Philosopher (including speech notes) 1969 

5 51

Symposium on Expressive Language 1953 

5 52

Symposium on Pragmatics of Natural Languages 1969 

5 53

Symposium on the Unconscious in Tbilisi: Correspondence 1976-1980 

5 54-55

Symposium on the Unconscious in Tbilisi: Lecture notes 1977 

5 56

Symposium on the Unconscious in Tbilisi: Program, participants, abstracts 1979 

5 57

Tribute to Claude Levi-Strauss 1978-1980 

5 58

XVI World Congress of Philosophy 1977-1978 

5 59

I and II World Congresses of Phoneticians in Japan 1960 

5 60

World Shakespeare Congress 1971 

5 61

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 Series 5.  Professional Associations and Granting Agencies 

Scope and Contents note

This series provides information on societies and associations of which Jakobson was a member, with which he corresponded, and that he advised, and on foundations from which he received money for various projects. Some correspondence with individuals at the foundations is filed by their names in Series 8, General Correspondence.

Correspondence with the Rockefeller Foundation describes, among other things, Jakobson's efforts to secure financial support for other scholars. There are descriptions of research projects funded by Rockefeller, including the structural analysis of contemporary Russian, and the work that led to Preliminaries to Speech Analysis (box 6, folder 37-38). Correspondence with the Farfield and Ford Foundations also describes Jakobson's efforts to assist fellow scholars. While the Ford Foundation funded exchanges of American and foreign scholars, the Farfield Foundation assisted foreign scholars who were moving to the United States permanently, and helped American scholars attend professional meetings abroad (box 6, folders 1 & 3).

Reports, articles, and correspondence describe Jakobson's participation as a fellow at the Ossabaw Island Project in the 1970s. The Ossabaw Island Project Foundation was established in 1961 to encourage studies of the Georgia barrier island and its unique ecosystem, as well as other interdisciplinary projects that enabled scholars and artists to work there and exchange ideas and information. While a resident at the island, Jakobson wrote The Sound Shape of Language with Linda R. Waugh (see Published Writings, Series 6).

Correspondence and memoranda describe Jakobson's participation in numerous professional societies, including his years as a fellow and member of the Council of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a member of the Advisory Committee of the American Council of Learned Societies (box 5, folder 68).

Also documented is Jakobson's participation at a number of university research centers, including Harvard's Center for Advanced Study of Behavioral Science in 1958-1959, where he wrote several articles, participated in seminars, and delivered papers on linguistics (box 5, folder 79); and the Harvard Center for Cognitive Studies, where he did research in 1962 on the development of phonemic patterning in infancy and gave a series of lectures in 1968 (box 5, folder 81).

Box Folder

Acoustical Society 1950-1974 

5 62

American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1950-1979 

5 63

American Academy of Arts and Sciences Institute for the Unity of Science 1949-1952 

5 64

American Anthropological Association 1948-1981 

5 65

American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 1963-1967 

5 66

American Committee for Emigré Scholars 1950-1952 

5 67

American Council of Learned Societies 1946-1974 

5 68

American Field Service International Scholarships 1963-1964 

5 69

American Folklore Society 1949 

5 70

American Institute of Physics 1951 

119a 14

American Oriental Society 1948-1956 

5 71

American Philosophical Society 1946-1954 

5 72

American Russian Cultural Association 1943-1946 

5 73

American Society for Cybernetics 1965-1974 

5 74

Association for a World Language 1964-1965 

5 75

Association Internationale de Therapie Mélodique du Language 1976-1977 

5 76

Bollingen Foundation Brain Research Institute 1964-1979 

5 77

California Society for Crippled Children 1960 

5 78

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences 1958-1979 

5 79

Center for Applied Linguistics 1971-1973 

5 80

Center for Cognitive Studies 1962-1969 

5 81

Centre Georges Pompidou 1979-1980 

5 82

Cercle Linguistique de Copenhague 1951 

5 83

Committee for the Promotion of Advanced Slavic Cultural Studies 1949-1965 

5 84-87

Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences (SVU) 1965-1980 

5 88

Farfield Foundation 1960-1964 

6 1

Fondazione Schlesinger 1980 

6 2

Ford Foundation 1956-1979 

6 3

International Association for Semiotic Studies 1968-1978 

6 4-11

International Society of Phonetic Sciences 1962-1980 

6 12

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1947-1979 

6 13

Linguistic Circle of New York: 1944-1980 

6 14

Linguistic Circle of New York: "The Voder" demonstration 

6 15

Linguistic Circle of New York: Slavic Word 1950s 

6 16

Linguistic Society of America 1969-1980 

6 17

Los Angeles Museum of Art 1979-1980 

6 18

Masaryk Club of Boston 1976 

6 19

Masaryk Publications Trust 1964-1965 

6 20

Medieval Academy of America 1962-1974 

6 21

The Modern Language Association of America 1949 

6 22

Museum of Modern Art 1971-1972 

6 23

National Association for Armenian Studies and Research 1955-1975 

6 24

National Endowment for the Humanities 1978-1982 

6 25

National Science Foundation 1963-1980 

6 26

New York Academy of Sciences 1978-1980 

6 27

New York Nucleus for a United Nations Linguistic Association undated 

6 28

New York Psychoanalytic Institute 1964-1979 

6 29

Ossabaw Island Project 1973 

6 30

Ossabaw Island Project: Correspondence 1957-1980 

6 31-33

Philological Club 1964-1981 

6 34

Philological Society 1974 

6 35

Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences 1973-1982 

6 36

Rockefeller Foundation 1948-1952, 1954-1968 

6 37-38

Salk Institute for Biological Studies 1964-1978 

6 39

Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research 1970 

6 40

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 1969-1976 

6 41

Yiddish Scientific Institute 1940-1969 

6 42

Yiddish Scientific Institute: Translation of a Greek text (St. Hilarion) 1940s 

6 43

Other societies and associations undated 

6 44-45

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 Series 6.  Writings by Jakobson 

Scope and Contents note

This series documents Jakobson's scholarly contributions to linguistics and reveals the scope of Jakobson's interests and creativity during his long and prolific career. The series is divided into two parts, Published Writings and Unpublished Writings.

 Subseries 6A.  Published Writings 

Scope and Contents note

The published writings are arranged chronologically and numbered in accordance with Stephen Rudy's bibliography. The bibliography was published in 1990 as Roman Jakobson, 1896-1982: A Complete Bibliography of His Writings, and is available in the MIT Libraries. To locate a specific publication and to obtain full citation information, consult the published bibliography or galley proofs filed in box 6. The material in this series was partly brought together by Jakobson and Rudy in preparation for the individual volumes of the major collection of Jakobson's work,  Selected Writings. In order to incorporate material not included in  Selected Writings, which is arranged by subject, the arrangement has been changed to reflect the chronological order of Rudy's bibliography.

All materials that relate to a particular book or article have been brought together and arranged in the following order as available: first edition, copy or reprint of article; later editions, translations, and edited versions for Selected Writings; galley proofs; final manuscripts or typescripts; drafts; notes; background and related material; related correspondence. While copies of individual articles are included in the collection, the volumes containing articles by Jakobson, as well as books by Jakobson, have been removed from the collection and added to the Institute Archives Tech Collection (see MIT Library catalogue for specific entries).

Rudy's bibliography of Jakobson's work lists almost 650 items, most of which are included in this collection. The writings, the earliest of which date back to 1916, vividly document Jakobson's intellectual development and scholarly contributions over a period of almost seventy years.

The collection includes several articles that Jakobson wrote while still in the Soviet Union between 1916 and 1920 (box 7, folders 1-9). By 1920 he had moved to Czechoslovakia and begun writing in Czech. The earliest notes for an article written by Jakobson are for his first significant study of Czech verse in 1923, "O cheshskom stikhe" (box 7, folders 27-34). The collection contains most of the 300 articles he wrote during his nineteen years in Czechoslovakia, in which he addressed virtually all the subjects he studied during his career.

After his arrival in New York in 1941, Jakobson continued to write on Czech themes. His first article published in the United States was a description of Jewish life and culture in Prague, which was published in American Hebrew in 1941 (box 9, folder 47). He wrote several articles for New York's Czech newspaper,  New Yorské Listy in the early 1940s. Two of these articles, "Czechoslovak Scandinavian Friendship," (1942d, box 9, folders 70-72) and "Tasks of European Scholars in the United States," (1942g, box 9, folder 76), were rediscovered when the collection was processed.

Copies of articles for Czech newspapers and public speeches by Jakobson during the 1940s highlight his continuing concern to publicize the significance and value of Czech culture and its humanistic and democratic traditions. This work culminated in the publication of Moudrost starých Čechu (the Wisdom of the Old Czechs) in 1943 (box 9, folders 79-83 and box 10, folders 1-24).

Throughout the 1940s political issues often surfaced in Jakobson's work. Articles and speeches from the period demonstrate his great concern for improving relations among European nations and between Europe and the United States (see Published and Unpublished Writings, 1940s).

By the late 1940s Jakobson had returned his focus exclusively to linguistic subjects. In 1948 he published, together with H. Grégoire and M. Szeftel, La Geste du Prince Igor (1948b), a major work on the Igor' Tale. His lifelong fascination with this subject is well documented in further studies on the subject published in the 1950s and in numerous students' papers. Extensive related material, including commentaries by other scholars, newspaper articles, correspondence, and photographs (boxes 10 & 11), is filed with these studies. Several translations of the poem into English, including one by Vladimir Nabokov, are found in  The Puzzles of the Igor' Tale (1952e, box 11). There are also a number of interesting letters, e.g., from a Soviet school teacher who with his students explored the scene of Igor's battle and sent Jakobson photographs of the site (box 11).

Another well documented project is "Studies in Comparative Slavic Metrics" (1952f) in which Jakobson analyzed metrical constants and tendencies in Serbo Croatian epic decasyllable and compared metrical forms of folk songs and spoken verse in other Slavic languages (box 12, folders 10-28). Material on this subject from the 1930s testifies to the long germination period which preceded much of Jakobson's works.

In 1952, with Gunnar Fant and Morris Halle, Jakobson published Preliminaries to Speech Analysis, a major work that developed the idea of distinctive phonemic features for all languages (box 12, folders 30-46 and 2 oversize folders). The work was one of the products of Jakobson's research at Harvard that focused on a descriptive analysis of the Russian language (see Harvard University, box 2, folders 55-59). The extensive background material includes drafts and comments for a study on sound features of speech, drawings and x rays for the investigation of Russian articulation, and an extensive file of writings by others on phonology and morphology. Also included is an anonymous draft of a paper on Jakobson's contribution to new developments in phonology.

N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters and Notes (1975h, box 123 and box 119b, folders 49-63) include all the original letters written by Trubetzkoy to Jakobson.

In 1976 Jakobson wrote with Linda Waugh Sound Shape of Language (published 1979), the culmination of sixty years of study and reflection on the subject. While working on that book at Ossabaw Island, he collected much of his earlier background material, which is now filed with the material on this book (box 25, folders 96-106; box 26, folders 1-55).

Similarly, most published and unpublished writings have interesting background material filed with the texts. The following are some examples.

Linguistics and Poetics (1960d, box 14) includes manuscripts of papers by other scholars (e.g., Ivor A. Richards), many poems analyzed in great detail, reviews, and bibliographies.

The Slavic Response to Byzantine Poetry (1961e, box 14) contains extensive notes arranged thematically (e.g., Postriziny, Kirill, Homer, Bogurodzica, Sv. Kliment).

Also rich in notes and background material are Language in Operation (1964e),  Grammatical Parallelism (1966f), and  Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht (1976i). This material helps to illuminate Jakobson's inspiration, the development of his ideas, and the relation of his work to that of others.

At the end of the Published Writings section are materials related to the compilation of Selected Writings (box 30, folders 44-64), including notes about the arrangement of each volume. There are also lists of entries, drafts, and correspondence about Jakobson's contributions on words of Slavic origins for Barnhart's College Dictionary. The series concludes with lists of bibliographies Jakobson composed over the years on a number of subjects, including semantics, linguistic circles, and Slavic studies (boxes 30-31).

Box Folder

Bibliography: A Bibliography of the Publications of Roman Jakobson published by friends and students 1951 

6 46

Bibliography: Published in For Roman Jakobson - 2 reprints 1956 

6 47

Bibliography: Published in For Roman Jakobson - Galley 1956 

6 48

Bibliography: Roman Jakobson - A Bibliography of His Writings, Mouton, galley, typescript 1971 

6 49-51

Bibliography: Verzeichnis der Veröffentlichungen in deutscher Sprache 1921-1981, typescript 1981 

6 52-53

Bibliography: Bibliography of Roman Jakobson's writings (Compiled by Stephen Rudy) 1986 

6 54

Bibliography: Lists 1916-1946, 1955-1980 

6 55-59

Bibliography: Cards 1969-1970, 1972-1981 

6 60-66

Bibliography: Notes on cards undated 

6 67

1916a, "Opyt dialektologicheskoǐ karty russkogo íàzyka" published in Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 1916 

7 1

1916a, Related material, Bogatyrev's account of the investigations of the dialect and oral tradition in the Vereya district 1915 

7 2-3

1919a, "Futurizm,” typescripts, edited version for Selected Writings III, English translation 1919 

7 4-8

1920a, "Novoe iskusstvo na zapade" published in Khudozhestvennaíà zhizn' 1920 

7 9

1920b, Professor Šachmatov, published in Čas 1920 

7 10

1920c, V. Chlĕbnikov: Z poematu "Sestry Blýskavice" published in Den 1920 

7 11

1921a, "O realismu v umění" published in Červen 1921 

7 12

"O Khudozhestvennom realizme,” typescripts, edited version for Selected Writings III 

7 13-16

"O Khudozhestvennom realizme,” typescript III 

119a 15

1921a1 "Pro realizmu u mystectvi" published in Vaplite 1921 

7 17

1921b, "Noveǐshaíà russkaíà poėziíà" published by "Tipografiíà 'Politika' v Prage" 1921 

7 18

"Noveishaíà russkaíà poėzíà: Podstupy k Khlebnikovu" 

7 19

"Noveishaíà russkaíà poėzíà: Podstupy k Khlebnikovu": Selected Writings V galley 

7 20

Notes for phonology of verse 

119a 16

1921c, "Vliv revoluce na ruský jazyk" published in Nové Atheneum 1921 

7 21

1921d, "Dada" published in Vestnik teatra 1921 

7 22

1922a, "Slavíànskaíà filologiíà v Rossii" published in Slavia 1922 

7 23

1922a1, "Slavíànskaíà filologiíà v Rossii" revised version published by OPOÍÁZ 1923 

7 24

1922b, "Bríùsovskaíà stikhologiíà i nauka o stikhe" published in Nauchnye izvestiíà 1922 

7 25-26

1923a, "O cheshskom stikhe" published by OPOÍÁZ-MLK 1923 

7 27

1923a1(& 1926b), "Základy českého verše" published by "Odeon" 1926 

7 28

1923a, "O cheshskom stikhe preimushchestvenno v sopostavlenii s russkim," Selected Writings V galley, edited "Afterword" of 1926, Brown University Slavic Reprint VI, notes, notes for revision and related materials 

7 29-33

1923a5, "Über den tschechischen Vers" translation published in Postilla Bohemica 1974 

7 34

1924a, "Starocheshskie stikhotvoreniíà" published in Slavia 1924 

7 35-36

"Starocheshskie stikhotvoreniíà slozhennye odnorifmennymi chetverostishiíàmi" edited for Selected Writings VI 

7 37

1925a, "O králově 'České prosodii'" published in Kritika 1925 

7 38

1925b, "Konec básnického umprumáctví a živnostnictví" published in Pásmo 1925 

7 39

1925c, Stanislav Neǐman: "Vesennie ritmy" published in Nové Rusko 1925 

7 40

1925d, "Ein neuer Beitrag zur slavischen Verslehre" published in Prager Presse 1925 

7 41

1926a, F. Trávníček: "Příspěvky k nauce o českém přízvuku" reprint from Slavia 1926 

7 42

1926c, "K diskusi o české prosodii" published in Národní osvobození 1926 

7 43

1926d, Nikolaj Durnovo, published in Prager Presse 1926 

7 44

1927a, "Fonetika odnogo severno - velikorusskogo govora s namechaíùshcheǐsíà perekhodnost'íù" mimeo. print 1927 

7 45

1927b, "Spor duše s tělem" published in "Národní knihovna,” vol. IV, by Lad. Kuncíř, typescript 1927 

7 46

1927b, "Spor duše s tělem" published in "Národní knihovna,” vol. IV, by Lad. Kuncíř, draft 

119a 17

1927b, "Two Old Czech Works on Death,” English translation 

7 47

1927b, The Quarrel of the Soul with the Body - The Inevitable Hour of Death,” English translation 

7 48

1927b, "Spor duše s tělem": English translation, draft 

7 49

1927b, "Spor duše s tělem": Reconstructed text, galley for Selected Writings VI 

7 50

1927b, "Spor duše s tělem": Bibliography 

7 51

1927b, "Spor duše s tělem": Illustrations 

7 52

1927c, Vladimír Majakovskij, published in Národní osvobození  1927 

7 53

1928b, "Quelles sont les méthodes" published in "Premier Congrès International de Linguistes, Propositions" 1928 

7 54

1928c, "K odstraňování dlouhých souhlásek v češtině" published in Slavia 1928 

7 55

1928d, "Problemy izucheniíà literatury i íàzyka" published in Novyǐ Lef 1928 

7 56

1928d1, "Problémy skúmania literatúry a jazyka" published in Slovenské smery 1938 

7 57

1928d, "Problems in the Study of Language and Literature," English translation for Selected Writings III 1928 

7 58

1928e, "Wandlungen in der Sprachwissenschaft" published in Prager Presse 1928 

7 59

1929a "Remarques sur l'évolution phonologique du russe" published in TCLP 1929 

7 60-61

1929b, "Jan Baudouin de Courtenay" published in Slavische Rundschau 1929 

7 62

1929c, "Die Folklore als eine besondere Form des Schaffens,” related material (paper by P. Bogatyrev) 1929 

119a 18

1929d, "Zur vergleichenden Forschung über die slavischen Zehnsilber" published in Slavische Studien, edited reprint from  Slavische Studien 1929 

7 63-64

1929e, "Nejstarší české písně duchovní" published in "Národní knihovna,” vol. 6, by Lad. Kuncíř, edited for Selected Writings VI, notes, and related material 1929 

7 65-68

1929g, "Über die heutigen Voraussetzungen der russischen Slavistik" published in Slavische Rundschau 1929 

7 69

1929h, "Kus literární pavědy" published in Plán 1929 

7 70

1929j, "Romantické všeslovanství - nová slavistika" published in Čin 1929 

7 71

1929k, "Dem Gedächtnis Jan Wiktor Porzezińskis" published in Prager Presse 1929 

7 72

1930a1, "Jazykové problémy v Masarykově díle" published in Masaryk a řeč 1931 

7 73

1930b, "On the Translation of Verse,” Selected Writings V galley, typescript, related correspondence 1930 

7 74-76

1930c, "Die Sprachwissenschaft auf dem ersten Slavistenkongress in Prag" published in Indogermanisches Jahrbuch 1930 

7 77

1930d, "Von einer Generation, die ihre Dichter Vergeudet Hat" published in Slavische Rundschau 1930 

7 78

1931a, "Die Betonung und ihre Rolle" published in TCLP 1931 

7 79

1931b, "Über die phonologischen Sprachbünde" published in TCLP 1931 

7 80

1931b1 "Les unions phonologiques de langues" published in Le Monde Slave 1931 

7 81

1931c, "K kharakteristike evraziǐskogo íàzykovogo soíùza" published as Izdanie evraziǐtsev 1931 

7 82

1931d, "Z fonologie spisovné slovenštiny" published in Slovenská miscellanea 1931 

7 83

1931e, "K probleme razmezhevaniíà fol'kloristiki" published in Lud Słowiański 1931 

7 84

1931f, "O pokolenii, rastrativshem svoikh poėtov" published in "Smert' Vladimira Maíàkovskogo" 1931 

7 85

1931f, "O pokolenii, rastrativshem svoikh poėtov" published by Mouton 1975 

7 86

1931f, "The Generation that Squandered its Poets" published in Yale French Studies 1967 

7 87

1931f4, "Una generación que malogró a sus poetas" published in El caso Maiakovski 1977 

7 88

1931f, "O pokolenii, rastrativshem svoikh poėtov": Related material 

7 89

1931g, "Pamíàti Víàcheslava Víàcheslavovicha Ganki" published in Tsentral'naíà Evropa, galleys for  Selected Writings VI 1931 

7 90-91

1931i, "O russkom perevodchike poėmy Gavlichka" published in Tsentral'naíà Evropa 1931 

7 92

1931l, ""Tolstoj o Masarykovi: Z neuveřejněné pozůstalosti Tolstého" published in "Literární noviny" 1931 

7 93

1931m, "Tolstoj über Masaryk" published in Prager Presse 1931 

7 94

1931n, "Odpověd' Františku Tichému" published in Slavia 1931 

7 95

1931o, "Neue tschechoslovakische Arbeiten über die poetische Form" published in Slavische Rundschau 1931 

7 96

1931r, "Der russische Frankreich-Mythus" published in Slavische Rundschau 1931 

7 97

1931t, "Der Genfer Linguistenkongress" published in Prager Presse 1931 

7 98

1931u, Professor Dr. Friedrich Slotty, (Slav. Łyd- "Schienbein") published in Prager Presse, including typescript 1931 

7 99-100

1932a, "Fonéma" and "Fonologie" published in Ottův slovník naučný 1932 

8 1

1932b, "Zur Struktur des russischen Verbums" published in Charisteria Gvilelmo Mathesio... 1932 

8 2

1932c, "Musicologie et linguistique" French translation 1932 

8 3

1932d, "André Vailland: Les Chants épiques des Slaves du sud" published in Byzantinoslavica 1932 

8 4

1932e, "Association Internationale pour les études phonologiques Bulletin" 1932 

8 5

1932f, "O jednom typu literárních historiků" published in Jarní Almanach Kmene 1932 

8 6

1932g, "O dnešním brusičství českém" published in Spisovná čeština a jazyková kultura 1932 

8 7

1932h, "Neue Arbeiten N. van Wijks über das Altkirchenslavische" published in Prager Presse, typescript 1932 

8 8

1932h, "Neue Arbeiten N. van Wijks über das Altkirchenslavische" draft 

119a 19

1932k, "Die Lautwissenschaften" published in Prager Presse 1932 

8 9

1932k, "Die Lautwissenschaften": Related material 

8 10

1932l, "Professor Vilém Mathesius" published in Prager Presse 1932 

8 11

1932m, "Die entschwindende Welt" published in Prager Presse 1932 

8 12

1932n, "Ukázky z chystané monografie o šlágrech V&W" published in Tucet melodií z Osvobozeného divadla 1932 

8 13

1933a, "La scuola linguistica di Praga" published in La Cultura 1933 

8 14

1933b, "Úpadek filmu?" published in Listy pro umění a kritiku 1933 

8 15

1933b1, "Decadenza del cinema?" published in Cinema e film 1976 

8 16

1933b2, "Verfall des Films?" published in Spahe im technischen Zeitalter, pp. 185-191 1968 

8 17

1933b7, "A film - jel vagy dolog?" published in A mozgókép szemiotikája 1974 

8 18

1933b: "Is the Cinema in Decline" published in Formalist Film Theory 1981 

8 19

1933b: "Is the Film in Decline?" edited version for Selected Writings III 

8 20

1933b: "Decline of the Film?" English translation 

8 21

1933c, "Über den Versbau der serbokroatischen Volksepen" published in Archives néerlandaises de phonétique expérimentale 1933 

8 22

1933d, "Bolgarskiǐ píàtistopnyǐ íàmb v sopostavlenii s russkim" published in Sbornik v čest' na Prof. L. Miletič,  Selected Writings V galley 1933 

8 23-24

1933e, "Pravení o jinochu a dívce" published in Milostný almanach Kmene 1933 

8 25

1933g, "Aleksandr Matvejevič Peškovskij" published in Prager Presse 1933 

8 26

1933i, "Die Slavistik auf dem Linguistenkongress in Rom" published in Prager Presse 1933 

8 27

1934a, "Co je poesie?" published in Volné směry, related material 1934 

8 28

"What is Poetry?" edited for Selected Writings III 1934 

8 29

1934b, "Verš staročeský" published in Československá Vlastivěda 1934 

8 30

1934b: "Old Czech Verse,” English translation and draft 

8 31-33

1934c, "O předpokladech pražské linguistické školy" published in Index 1934 

8 34

1934d, "Slavische Sprachfragen in der Sovjetunion" published in Slavische Rundschau 1934 

8 35

1934e, "Metrica Slava" published in Enciclopedia Italiana 1934 

8 36

1934f, "Perpetuum mobile kyvadla" published in Listy pro umění a kritiku 1934 

8 37

1934g, "M. P. Shtokmar: 'Bibliografiíà rabot po stikhoslozheniíù'" published in Slavia 1934 

8 38

1935a, "Les enclitiques slaves" published in Atti del III Congresso Internazionale dei linguisti, drafts, notes, related material 1935 

8 39-40

1935a, "O slovních příklonkách,” draft in Czech 

8 41

1935b, "Randbemerkungen zur Prosa des Dichters Pasternak" published in Slavische Runschau, edited for  Selected Writings III,  Selected Writings V galley 1935 

8 42-45

1935c, "Poznámky k dílu Erbenovu,” Selected Writings V galley, draft and notes 1935 

8 46-48

1935d, "K časovým otázkám nauky o českém verši" published in Slovo a slovesnost 1935 

8 49

"Czech Verse of a Thousand Years Ago,” galley for Selected Writings VI, English translation, draft in Russian, notes 1935 

8 50-57

"Czech Verse of a Thousand Years Ago,”: Kievskiǐ missal - typescript 

119a 20-21

"Czech Verse of a Thousand Years Ago,”: notes 

119a 22

1935e, "Slezsko-polská cantilena" published in Národopisný věstník českoslovanský 1935 

8 58

1935e, "A Silesian-Polish Cantilena Inhonesta,” galley for Selected Writings VI, English translation, supplementary note, notes, editorial notes 

8 59-63

1935i & j, "Obecná Linguistika v SSSR" and "Diskuse o metodologických problémech" published in Slovo a slovesnost 1935 

8 64

1935l, "Association Internationale – Information Bulletin" 1935 

8 65

1935m, "Linguistika" published in Ottův slovník naučný 1935 

8 66

1935o, "Česko-ruské styky v minulosti" published in Lidové noviny 1935 

8 67

1935p, "Gemeinsame Kultursprache" published in Prager Presse 1935 

8 68

1935q, "Společná řeč kultury" published in Země Sovětů 1935 

8 69

1935r, "Aufzeichnungen über Tolstoj" published in Prager Presse 1935 

8 70

1935s, "Unbekanntes über und von Tolstoj" published in Prager Presse 1935 

8 71

1935t, "Tolstoj's Wildheit und Sanftmut" published in Prager Presse (incomplete) 1935 

8 72

1936a, "Beitrag zur Allgemeine Kasuslehre" edited for Selected Writings II and galley 1936 

8 73-74

1936b, "Aktuelle Aufgaben der Bylinenforschung" published in Prager Presse 1936 

8 75

1936c, "Metafora, Metrum, Metrika, Lyrika" published in Ottův slovník naučný 1936 

8 76

1936c, "Metrics" typescript and Selected Writings V galley 

8 77-78

1936d, "Na okraj lyrických básní Puškinových" published in Listy pro umění 1936 

8 79

1936d, "Marginal Notes on Pushkin's Lyric Poetry,” Selected Writings V galley, typescript 

8 80-81

1936d, "Na okraj lyrických básní Puškinových": notes and related material 

8 82-85

1936e, "O cestách k České poesii gotické" published in Život 1936 

8 86

1936e, "On the Paths to Czech Gothic Poetry" typescript 

8 87

1936f, "Remarks on the Poetry of the Hussite Era,” typescript for Selected Writings VI, correspondence 1936 

8 88-90

1936i & k, "Fakta mluví,”"Usměrněné názory na staročeskou kulturu" published in Slovo a slovesnost 1936 

8 91

1936l, "Um den russischen Wortschatz" published in Slavische Rundschau 1936 

8 92

1936o, "Památce G. I. Čelpanova" published in Psychologie 1936 

8 93

1936p, "Ein Grundwerk zur tschechoslovakischen Sprachgeschichte" published in Prager Presse 1936 

8 94

1936q, "Der IV Internationale Linguistenkongress" published in Prager Presse 1936 

8 95

1937a, "Spornyǐ vopros drevnerusskogo pravopisaniíà" published in Zbornik u čast A. Belic'a 1937 

8 96

1937b, "Über die Beschaffenheit der prosodischen Gegensätze" published in Mélanges de linguistique et de philologie 1937 

8 97

1937c, "Z zagadnień prozodji starogreckej" published in Prace Ofiarovane K. Wóycickiemu, notes 1937 

8 98-99

1937c, "K drevnegrecheskoǐ prosodii,” typescript 

119a 23

1937e, "Dopis J. Voskovcovi a J. Werichovi" edited for Selected Writings III 1937 

8 100

1937f, "Socha v symbolice Puškinově" published in Slovo a slovesnost 1937 

8 101-102

"The Statue in Pushkin's Poetic Mythology,” Selected Writings V galley, typescript, related material 

8 103-105

1937g, "Na okraj Evžena Oněgina" published in Vybrané spisy A. S. Puškina 1937 

8 106

"Marginal Notes on Eugene Onegin" Selected Writings V galley, typescript 

8 107-108

1937h, "Glosy k legendě o Sv. Prokopu" published in XLIX. ročenka Chudým dětem - 'Živý Vrchlický',  Selected Writings VI galley, published article edited for  Selected Writings VI 1937 

8 109-111

1937i, "Policejní konfidentka opěvovaná Puškinem a Mickiewiczem" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 112

1937i, "The Police Accomplice Sung by Pushkin and Mickiewicz" 

8 113

1937j, "Puškin v realistickém světle" published in Program D37 1937 

8 114

1937j, "Pushkin in a Realistic Light,” typescript 

8 115

1937k, "Nespoutaný Puškin" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 116

1937k, "Pushkin Unrestrained,” typescript 

8 117

1937l, "Puškinovy básně v překladu Ilji Bárta" published in Slovo a slovesnost 1937 

8 118

1937o, "L'Histoire du Tchèque et du Slovaque littéraires" published in Le monde slave 1937 

8 119

1937p, "Jazyk ruský" published in Pedagogická encyclopedie 1937 

8 120

1937s, "Nikolaj Konstantinovich Nikolskij" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 121

1937t, "Věda a noviny v pojetí Mágrově" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 122

1937u, "Holger Pedersen sedmdesátníkem" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 123

1937v, "Frank Wollmans Ideen zur slavischen Literaturgeschichte" published in Prager Presse 1937 

8 124

1937w, "Ljubomir Miletič zemřel" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 125

1937x, "Olaf Broch - 70 Jahre" published in Prager Presse, related material 1937 

8 126-127

1937y, "Neznámé Bulharsko" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 128

1937z, "Rusko-český slovník" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 129

1937aa, "Z nejstarších dějin polského a českého básnictví" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 130

1937bb, "K dějinám cyrilometodějství" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 131

1937cc, "Je země blízko pólu" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 132

1937dd, "Přehlédnutá památka velkomoravská" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 133

1937ee, "Svatý Alexius v slovanských literaturách" published in Lidové noviny 1937 

8 134

1938a, "Die Arbeit der sogenannten "Prager Schule" published in Bulletin du Cercle 1938 

8 135

1938c, "K Puškinovým ohlasům lidové poesie" published in Vybrané spisy A. S. Puškina 1938 

8 136

1938c, "On Puškin's Responses to Folk Poetry,” Selected Writings V galley, typescript 

8 137-138

1938d, "K popisu Máchova verše" published in Torso a tajemství Máchova díla 1938 

8 139

1938d, "Toward a Description of Mácha's Verse" Selected Writings V galley and related material 

8 140-143

1938e, "Z dějin staročeského zpěvního básnictví" published in Slovo a slovesnost 1938 

8 144

1938f, "Význam ruské filologie pro bohemistiku" published in Slovo a slovesnost and version edited for  Selected Writings VI 1938 

8 145-146

1938g, Review: "F. Tichý: Vývoj současného spisovného jazyka na Podkarpatské Rusi" published in Slovo a slovesnost 1938 

8 147

1938h, "Sur la théorie des affinités" published in Actes du IV Congrès International des Linguistes 1938 

8 148

1938l, "Ruské výpravy do budoucna" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 149

1938m, "Srdce československého trélistu" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 150

1938n, "Diskuse o spolupráci a kritice na levici" published in Čtvrtletník skupiny Blok 1938 

8 151

1938o, "Podvržená milenka básníkova" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 152

1938p, "Nikolaj Trubeckoy zemřel" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 153

1938q, "Mezinárodní sjezd pro fonetiku" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 154

1938r, "Professor František Trávníček 50 Jahre" published in Prager Presse 1938 

8 155

1938s, "Vasilij Zlatovlasý, králevic české země" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 156

1938t, "Fr. Spina jako vědec" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 157

1938u, "Ruský ohlas české lidové hry" published in Lidové noviny 1938 

8 158

1939a, "Observations sur le classement phonologique des consonnes" published in Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Phonetic Sciences and English translation 1939 

9 1-2

1939b, Review: "Van Wijk, N.: Phonologie" published in Acta Linguistica 1939 

9 3

1939c, "Signe zéro" published in Mélanges de linguistique offerts à Charles Bally 1939 

9 4

"A zérus jel" published in Nyelvészeti Dolgozatok 1969 

9 5

1939d, "Nikolaǐ Sergeevich Trubetzkoy" published in Acta Linguistic 1939 

9 6

1939e, "Sobaka Kalin tsar'" published in Slavia 1939 

9 7

1939f, "Český podíl na církevněslovanské kulturě" published in Co daly naše země and typescript 1939 

9 8-10

"The Czech Part in Church Slavonic Culture" English translation 

9 11

"Český podíl na církevněslovanské kultuře,” notes, related material and correspondence 

9 12-15

1939g, "Český vliv na středověkou literaturu polskou" published in Co daly naše země 1939 

9 16

1939g, "Český vliv na středověkou literaturu polskou," version edited for Selected Writings VI 

119a 24

1939g1, "Polska literatura średniowieczna a Czesi" published in Kultura 1939 

9 17

1939h, "Le développement phonologique" published in Résumés des Communications, Vme Congrès des Linguistes 1939 

9 18

1939i, "Cesta Sv. Doroty z Čech na Rus" published in Lidové noviny 1939 

9 19

1940a, "Das Nullzeichen" published in Bulletin du Cercle Linguistique de Copenhagen 1940 

9 20

1941a, "Kindersprache, Aphasia und allgemeine Lautgesetze" published in Sprakvetenskapliga 1941 

9 21-22

1941a1, "Child Language" published by Mouton, 1968 and galley 1968 

9 23-24

1941a2, "Kindersprache" published by "Suhrkamp,” Frankfurt, 1969 1969 

9 25

1941a1, "Child Language, the Phonological Development of Child Language” 1960s 

9 26-32

1941a1, "Child Language, the Phonological Development of Child Language,” draft in English 1960s 

119a 25

1941a1, "Child Language, the Phonological Development of Child Language,” notes 

9 33-40

1941a, "Kindersprache" background material, notes, related material 

9 41-42

1941b, "Axiomatik eines Verssystems" published by Ungerska Institutet, Stockholm 1941 

9 43

1941b1, "Axioms of a Versification System" published in Acta Instituti Hungarici 

9 44

1941b, "Axioms of a versification System" Selected Writings V galley 

9 45

1941c, "Tatarische Nachklänge" published in " Det Norske Videnskapsakademi i Oslo, Ǻrbok 1940 

9 46

"Tatarische Nachklänge in der russischen Volksepik" draft 

119a 26

1941e, "The City of Learning" published in American Hebrew 1941 

9 47

1942a, "Češství Komenského" published in New Yorské Listy, version edited for  Selected Writings VI, French manuscript 1942 

9 48-50

1942b, "Neizvestnye stikhi Maíàkovskogo" published in Novosel'e and background material 1942 

9 51-52

1942b, "Vladimir Maíàkovskiǐ, Tat'íàne ÍÀkovlevoiǐ, typescript, draft, notes, and related material 

9 53-58

1942b, "Neizvestnye stikhi Maíàkovskogo" correspondence 1963-1973 

9 59

1942c, "The Paleosiberian Languages" published in American Anthropologist 1942 

9 60

1942c, "The Paleosiberian Languages" manuscript 

9 61

1942c, "The Paleosiberian Languages" notes 

9 62-69

1942d, "Československo-skandinávské přátelství" published in New-Yorské Listy, typescript, typescript in Norwegian 1942 

9 70-72

1942e, "Český předek Puškinův" published in Obzor 1942 

9 73

1942e, "Pushkin's Czech Ancestor" English typescript 

9 74

1942f, "Oldřich Hujer" published in New-Yorské Listy 1942 

9 75

1942g, "O úkolech evropských vědců v Americe" published in New-Yorské Listy 1942 

9 76

1942i, "Fr. Boas, hrdina práce" published in New Yorske Listy 1942 

9 77

1943a, "La collaboration polono-russe dans la science du langage" draft of a lecture delivered at the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences 1943 

9 78

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů" galley 1943 

9 79-83

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů" galley 1943 

10 1-5

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů," edited copies, several incomplete 

10 6-8

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů": Second part of a two-part lecture published in New Yorske Listy 

10 9

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů": Notes 

10 10-21

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů": F. Svejkovsky's editorial suggestions for revision 

10 22

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů": Related material 

10 23

1943b, "Moudrost starých Čechů": Correspondence 

10 24

1943c, "Russian Books" published in Catalogue No. 30 Rare Books with manuscript in Russian 1943 

10 25-26

1943d, "Vědecký život Československé republiky" published in New-Yorské Listy 1943 

10 27

1944a, "Franz Boas' Approach to Language" published in International Journal of American Linguists with notes and manuscript in French 1944 

10 28-30

1944b, "St. Constantin et la langue syriaque" published in Aiphos, a copy edited for  Selected Writings VI 1944 

10 31-32

1944b,c,d, "Some Russian Echoes,” "St. Constantin et la langue syriaque,” "Nécrologies" published in Annuaire de l'Institute de Philologie et d'Histoire Orientales et Slaves 1944 

10 33

1944c, "Some Russian Echoes of Czech Hagiography" published in Aiphos, a copy edited for  Selected Writings VI, notes 

10 34-40

1944e, Review: "George L. Trager; Introduction to Russian" published in The Slavonic and East European Review 1944 

10 41

1944f, "A Note on Aleut Speech Sound" published in Aleutian Manuscript Collection, notes 1944 

10 42-47

1944g, "Slovo o polku Igoreve" published in Novosel'e 1944 

10 48

1944h, "The Significant Features of Indo-European" published by American Association for the Advancement of Romance Philology 1944 

10 49

1944i, "Saussure" published in Yivo Bleter 1944 

10 50

1945a, "On Russian Fairy Tales" published in Russian Fairy Tales 1945 

10 51-52

1945b, "The Beginnings of National Self-Determination in Europe" published in Readings in the Sociology of Language with version edited for  Selected Writings VI, correspondence 1945 

10 53-55

1946a, "H. Grégoire: Investigateur de l'épopée" published in Le Flambeau 1946 

10 56

1947a, "A List of Works Relating to the Kamchadal Language" published in Kamchadal and Asiatic Eskimo Manuscript Collection, The New York Public Library, notes 1947 

10 57-58

1948a, "Russian Conjugation" published in Word 1948 

10 59

1948b-g, La geste du Prince Igor: bibliography of "Slovo" 1948 

10 60-63

La geste du Prince Igor: Notes 

10 64-71

La geste du Prince Igor: Notes 

11 1-10

La geste du Prince Igor: Early notes for "Slovo" 

119a 27

La geste du Prince Igor: Essai de reconstruction du "Slovo" 

11 11

La geste du Prince Igor: Historical commentary by Marc Szeftel 

11 12-13

La geste du Prince Igor: "Pesn' o polku Igorevom,” modern Russian translation by A. Stepanov 

11 14

La geste du Prince Igor: "Poíàsneniíà k perevodu" by A. Stepanov 

119a 28

La geste du Prince Igor: English translation of the first 25 verses of the "Slovo" for Harvard Russian courses 

11 15

La geste du Prince Igor: "Alliteratsii v "Slove o polku Igoreve" by ÍÙ. Sazonova, typescript 

11 16

La geste du Prince Igor: Photographs of paintings - illustrations to the story of the "Slovo" 

11 17

La geste du Prince Igor: Pictures and maps 

11 18

La geste du Prince Igor: Articles 

11 19-22

La geste du Prince Igor: Paper - manuscript 

11 23

La geste du Prince Igor: Materials for revision - notes, illustrations 1950s-1960s 

11 24-27

La geste du Prince Igor: Correspondence 

11 28-31

1948h, "Tasks and Aims of Comparative Slavic Literature" published in Program - PMLA 1948 

11 32

1948l, "Study of Armenian History Held Vital" published in The Armenian Mirror - Spectator 1948 

11 33

1949a.3, "Principles of Historical Phonology" published in Readings in Historical Phonology: Chapters in the Theory of Sound Change 1949 

11 34

1949a-c, "Principes de Phonologie" draft 

11 35-36

"Sur la théorie des affinités phonologiques" published in Principles 1949 

11 37

1949c, "Les lois phoniques du langage enfantin et leur place dans la phonologie générale" published in Trubetzkoy's "Principles..." 1949 

11 38

1949c, "Les lois phoniques du langage enfantin et leur place dans la phonologie générale" typescript 

119a 29

1949d, "On the Identification of Phonemic Entities" published in Travaux du Cercle Linguistique de Copenhague 1949 

11 39

1949e, "Notes on the French Phonemic Pattern" published in Word with edited reprint 1949 

11 40-41

1949f, "Slavic Languages" publications from 1949 and 1955, Columbia University 1949 

11 42

1949g, "The Phonemic and Grammatical Aspects of Language…” published in Actes du Sixième Congrès International des Linguistes 1949 

11 43

1949h, "The Vseslav Epos" published in Russian Epic Studies, pp. 13-86 1949 

11 44

1949h, "The Vseslav Epos" edited reprint 

11 45-46

1949h, "The Vseslav Epos" galley for Selected Writings IV 

11 47-48

1949i, "Notes on General Linguistics,” N.Y. Rockefeller Foundation 1949 

11 49

1949k, "The Structure of Gilyak and Marrism,” typescript, draft (manuscript) and related material 1949 

11 50-52

1949m, "A Handbook of Slavic Studies" review published in Saturday Review of Literature 1949 

11 53

1949n, "Letter to G. A. Reichard about Language and Synesthesia" reprinted from Word 1949 

11 54

1950a, "O stikhotvornykh reliktakh rannego srednevekov'íà v Cheshskoǐ literaturnoǐ traditsii" published in Slavistič revija edited for  Selected Writings VI 1950 

11 55

1950b, "Slavic Mythology" published in Funk and Wagnalls Dictionary 1950 

11 56

"Slavic Gods and Demons, Slavic Mythology,” typescript 1980s 

11 57

1951a, "On the Correct Presentation of Phonemic Problems" published in Symposium 1951 

11 58

1951b, "M. Vasmer, russisches etymologisches Worterbuch" published in Word 1951 

11 59

1951c, "The Serbian Zmaj Ognjeni Vuk and the Russian Vseslav Epos" edited reprint from Aiphos 1951 

11 60

1951d2, "Predislovie R. O. ÍÀ. k pervomy izdaniíù" published in Vostochnye ėlementy v "Slove o polku Igoreve," pp. 13-15 1979 

11 61

1951e, Forword to The Russian Folk Epos in Czech Literature 1951 

11 62

1952a, "On Slavic Diphthongs Ending in a Liquid" published in Slavic Word 1952 

11 63

1952b, "Langues paléosibériennes" published in Les langues du monde 1952 

11 64

1952b, "Langues paléosibériennes": Typescript 

119a 30

1952b, "Langues paléosibériennes": Draft 

11 65-67

1952b, "Langues paléosibériennes": Notes 

11 68-69

1952b, "Langues paléosibériennes": Bibliography 

119a 31

1952d, "New Slavic Etymological Dictionaries" published in Slavic Word 1952 

11 70

1952e, "The Puzzles of the Igor' Tale" published in Speculum 1952 

11 71

1952e, "…on the 150th Anniversary of its First Edition" edited for Selected Writings IV 

11 72

1952e, "The Puzzles of the Igor' Tale": Notes 

11 73-77

1952e, English translations of the "Slovo": "The Lay of Igor's Campaign,” typescript 

11 78

1952e, English translations of the "Slovo": "The Tale of Prince Igor,” typescript 

11 79

1952e, English translations of the "Slovo": "The Tale of the Raid of Igor" by S. H. Cross 

11 80

1952e, English translations of the "Slovo": "The Tale of Igor's Men" by Sidney Monas 

11 81

1952e, English translations of the "Slovo": "The Discourse of Igor's Campaign" translated by Vladimir Nabokov, copy of typescript 1951 

11 82-84

1952e, Greek translation of the "Slovo" 1952 

11 85

1952e, Related material: "Slovo o polku Igoreve,” critical edition, edited by Roman Jakobson 

11 86

1952e, Related material: Paper by E. F. Korsh, typescript 1952 

11 87-88

1952e, Related material: Paper by Edward F. Ricker 

11 89

1952e, Related material: Paper by E. D. Konovalov 

11 90

1952e, Related material: Miscellaneous related material 

11 91-97

1952e, Related material: Miscellaneous related material 

12 1-3

1952e, Related material: Paper by D. Likhachev 

119a 32-33

1952e, "The Puzzles of the Igor' Tale": Visual material 

12 4-8

1952e, "The Puzzles of the Igor' Tale": Correspondence 1953-1979 

12 9

1952f, "Studies in Comparative Slavic Metrics" published in Oxford Slavonic Papers 1952 

12 10

1952f, "Slavic Epic Verse" draft 

12 11

1952f, "O íùnatskom desetertse" (Slavic Epic Verse) draft, typescript 

12 12

1952f, "Serbo-khorvatskiǐ literarnyǐ i narodnyǐ stikh" draft, manuscript 1930s 

12 13

1952f, "Serbskiǐ stikh" (Slavic Epic Verse) notebooks 1930s 

12 14-17

1952f, "Drobné metrické poznámky" (Slavic Epic Verse) notes 1933 

12 18

1952f, "Slavic Comparative Metrics,” notes and related material 

12 19-22

1952f, "Slavic Comparative Metrics,” notes and related material: "Ogledalo Srbsko" by Iovan Hadić, typescript 

119a 34

1952f, "Slavic Comparative Metrics,” notes and related material: "Die Alliteration" by P. Slivepčević 

119a 35

1952f, "Slavic Comparative Metrics,” notes and related material: "Neskol'ko zamechaniǐ ob epicheskom razmere" by I. I. Sreznevskiǐ 

119a 36

1952f, "Slavic Prosody" (Slavic Epic Verse) notes 1950s 

12 23-24

1952f, "Slavic Epic Verse" notes, background material, examples 

12 25-28

1952f, "Slavic Epic Verse" early notes and examples 

119a 37-38

1952g, "The Archetype of the First Edition of the Igor' Tale" published in Harvard Library Bulletin 1952 

12 29

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis" published by MIT Acoustics Laboratory 1952 

12 30

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": Incomplete typescript 

12 31

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": Early drafts with comments by J. Lotz 

12 32

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": Notes 

12 33

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": Russian Articulation, project outline, notes, drawings, bibliography, x-ray negatives, prints 

12 34-38
Oversize-folder

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": Illustrations 

4

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": X-ray photographs 

5
Box Folder

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": Related material, including paper by Cherry and Phonemics, draft by J. Lotz 

12 39-43

1952h, "Preliminaries to Speech Analysis": Correspondence 1948-1961 

12 44-46

1952i, "The Elementary Quanta of Language,” typescript 1952 

12 47

1953a1, "Dar yédeshar Klangan-Vashtand ain farglid metn Slavishn Arvm" (Yiddish Sound Pattern) published in Judah A. Joffe Book 1958 

12 48

1953c, Statements published in An Appraisal of Anthropology Today, pp. 79-280, 284-286, 292-293, 310-314 1953 

12 49

1953d, "From the Point of View of Linguistics,” Results of the Conference of Anthropologists and Linguists 1953 

12 50

1953e & g, A. V. Arcikhovskij & M. N. Tikhomirov, "Novgorodskie gramoty na bereste" and B. O. Unbegaun, "A Bibliographical Guide to the Russian Language,” reviews published in Slavic Word 1953 

12 51

1953f, "The Kernel of Comparative Slavic Literature" published in Harvard Slavic Studies edited for  Selected Writings VI with notes 1953 

12 52-54

1953i, Foreword in A Literature in Crisis 1953 

12 55

1954a, "Tetrad' kníàzíà Belosel'skogo" published in Slovo o polku Igoreve v perevodakh... and related material 1954 

12 56-57

1954b, "Comparative Slavic Studies" published in The Review of Politics 1954 

12 58

1954b, Article edited for Selected Writings VI 

12 59

1954b, "Slavism as a Topic of Comparative Studies,” notes 

12 60-62

1954c, "St. Constantine's Prologue to the Gospels" published in St. Vladimir's Seminary Quarterly, with typescript for  Selected Writings VI, notes and visual material 1954 

12 63-69

1954d, "Minor Native Sources for the Early History of the Slavic Church" published in Harvard Slavic Studies 1954 

12 70

1955a, "Aphasia as a Linguistic Problem" published in On Expressive Language with notes, background material and a variant or draft - typescript 1955 

12 71-80

1955b, "While Reading Vesmer's Dictionary" published in Slavic Word 1955 

12 81

1955c, "Russian Binary Meters" published in Slavic Word with version edited for  Selected Writings V 1955 

13 1-2

1955d, "Ivan Fedorov's Primer of 1574" publication with notes, related material and correspondence 1955 

13 3-8

1955e, "Unpublished Majakovskij" published in Notes, Harvard Library Bulletin 1955 

13 9

1955f, "The Origin of Russia" by H. Paszkiewicz, review published in American Historical Review with notes 1955 

13 10-11

1956a, "Fundamentals of Language" publication by Mouton with early draft, version edited for Selected Writings II 1956 

13 12-15

1956b, "Die Verteilung der Stimmhaften und Stimmlosen Geräuschlaute im Russischen" published in Festschrift für Max Vasmer 1956 

13 16

1956d, "Serge Karcevskij" published in Cahiers Ferdinand de Saussure with draft 1956 

13 17-18

1956e, "Balladic Byliny" published in Slavic Folklore 1956 

13 19

1956f, "K pozdneǐ lirike Maíàkovskogo" Selected Writings V galley and background material 1956 

13 20-22

1957a, "Mufaxxama - The 'Emphatic' Phonemes in Arabic" published in Studies Presented to Joshua Whatmough with notes and related material 1957 

13 23-25

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak" published in Studies Presented to Yuen Ren Chao edited for  Selected Writings II 1957 

13 26

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Galley proofs 

13 27
Oversize-folder

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Galley proofs 

6
Box Folder

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Russian draft 

13 28-30

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": First English draft 

13 31

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Second English draft (first four pages missing) 

13 32-33

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Introduction, draft 

13 34

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Index of words and phrases 

13 35-37

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Notes 

13 38-40

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Related material 1943-1955 

13 41

1957b, "Notes on Gilyak": Correspondence 1950-1954 

13 42

1957c, "Shifters, Verbal Categories, and the Russian Verb" edited reprints 1957 

13 43

1957d, "The Relationship between Genitive and Plural in the Declension of Russian Nouns" published in Scando-Slavica 1957 

13 44

1957e, "Stikhotvornye tsitaty v velikomoravskoǐ agiografii" published in Slavistična Revija with version edited for  Selected Writings VI 1957 

13 45-46

1957f, "Staročeská báseň o prvotním hříchu" published in Listy filologické 1957 

13 47

1957f, "Staročeská báseň o prvotním hříchu": Draft - manuscript 

13 48

1957f, "Staročeská báseň o prvotním hříchu": Notes 

13 49

1957f, "Staročeská báseň o prvotním hříchu": Related material 

13 50

1957f, "Staročeská báseň o prvotním hříchu": Correspondence 

13 51

1957f, "An Old Czech Poem on Original Sin" English translation 

13 52

1957g, "Řeč a písemnictví českých Židů" published in Kulturní sborník rok 1957 

13 53

1957g, "Řeč a písemnictví českých Židů": Manuscript in Russian 

13 54-57

1957g, "Řeč a písemnictví českých Židů": Yiddish translation - manuscript 

13 58-60

1957g, "Řeč a písemnictví českých Židů": Outline 

13 61

1957g, "Řeč a písemnictví českých Židů": Notes 

13 62

1957g, "Řeč a písemnictví českých Židů": Related material 

13 63-64

1957g, "Řeč a písemnictví českých Židů": Correspondence 

13 65

1957h, "Izuchenie slavíànskikh íàzykov i sravnitel'noe slavíànovedenie v Soedinennykh Shtatakh Ameriki za poslevoennoe desíàtiletie" published in Beogradski slavistički sastanak 1957 

13 66
Box

1957i, Typescripts related to Eskimo languages (4 folders) 1957 

125
Box Folder

1957j, "Paleosiberian Peoples and Languages, A Bibliographical Guide" publication by HRAF Press with notes, related material and correspondence 1957 

13 67-70

1958a, "Typological Studies and Their Contribution to Historical Comparative Linguistics" published in Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Linguists 1957 

13 71

1958b, "Morfologicheskie nablíùdeniíà nad slavíànskim skloneniem" published in American Contributions to the 4th International Congress of Slavists 1958 

13 72

1958c, "Izuchenie 'Slova o polku Igoreve' v Soedinennykh Shtatakh Ameriki" published in Trudy Otdela drevnerusskoǐ literatury 1958 

13 73

1958d, "Medieval Mock Mystery" published in Studia philologica in honorem L. Spitzer with version edited for  Selected Writings VI, notes, related material, correspondence 1958 

13 74-83

1958e, "Powstanie pojecia fonemu" published in Spawozdania z prac naukowych 1958 

13 84

1959a,g,j,k,l, Five reviews published in IJSLP 1959 

13 85

1959a, Review: R. I. Avanesov: "Fonetika sovremennogo russkogo literaturnogo íàzyka" published in IJSLP 1959 

13 86

1959c1, "On Linguistic Aspects of Translation" published in On Translation, pp. 232-239 1959 

13 87

1959d, "Linguistic Glosses to Goldstein's Wortbegriff" published in Journal of Individual Psychology 1959 

13 88

1959e, "Boas' View of Grammatical Meaning" published in The Anthropology of F. Boas 1959 

13 89

1959e, "Vzglíàdy Boasa na grammaticheskoe znachenie" Russian version - typescript 

13 90

1959g, Review: " Za i protiv Viktora Shklovskogo" published in  IJSLP 1959 

13 91

"Dostoevskiǐ v otgoloskakh Maíàkovskogo" Selected Writings V galley 1959 

13 92-93

1959h, "Boris Viktorovič Tomaševskij" published in IJSLP with  Selected Writings V galley 1959 

13 94-95

1959i, "Trois conférences données à Bucarest" typescript 1959 

119a 39

1959l, Review: "Eremin & Likhachev, Khudozhestvennaíà proza" published in IJSLP 1959 

13 96

1959m, "Gyula Laziczius" published in IJSLP 1959 

13 97

1959n, "Introductory Note" published in the announcement for Description and Analysis of Contemporary Standard Russian 1959 

13 98

1959o, "O pozycji i perspektywach współczesnej poetyki" published in Nowa kultura 1959 

13 99

1960a, "Why 'Mama' and 'Papa'?" published in Perspectives in Psychological Theory with an earlier lecture 1960 

14 1-2

1960b, "The Gender Pattern of Russian" published in Studii şi cercetǎri lingvistice 1960 

14 3

1960c, "Kazańska szkol/a polskiej lingwistyki" published in Biuletyn Polskiego Towarzystwa Jezykoznawczego 1960 

14 4

1960d, "Linguistics and Poetics" published in Style in Language with version edited for  Selected Writings III, edited typescript, draft, notes, background material, related material, and correspondence 1960 

14 5-21

1960e, "Poetyka w świetle jezykoznawstwa" published in Pamietnik literacki 1960 

14 22

1960f, "Wkład jezykoznawstwa" published in Zeszyty naukowe 1960 

14 23

1960f, "Rol' íàzykoznaníà v ėkzegeze Slova o polku Igoreve" related material 1976 

14 24

1960g, "Stroka Makhi o zove gorlitsy" published in IJSLP with  Selected Writings V galley and notes 1960 

14 25-28

1960h, "Z zagadnień struktury czeskiego poematu romantycznego" published in Pamietnik literacki 1960 

14 29

1960h, "Uwaga - poemat Máchy na polskim tłe" Selected Writings V galley 

14 30-31

1960i, "Velikaíà Moraviíà ili Velikaíà nad Moravoǐ?" published in Ezikovedsko-etnografski izsledovanija 1960 

14 32

1960j, "Nepovšimnuté filiace" published in Scando-Slavica 1960 

14 33

1960j, "Kunhutina skladba a modlitby Milčovy" edited for Selected Writings VI 

14 34

1960j, "Slovanské duchovní dějiny v pojetí Jana Amose Komenského" published in Scando-Slavica edited for  Selected Writings VI 

14 35

1960k, "Metajezyk w kregu zagadnień lingwistycznych" abstract 1960 

14 36

1961b, "Linguistics and Communication Theory" published in Structure of Language, notes 1961 

14 37-40

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii" published in Poetics. Poetyka. Poėtika - a copy edited for  Selected Writings III 1961 

14 41

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii": Typescript 

14 42

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii": Incomplete copy of typescript 

14 43

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii": Edited drafts 

14 44

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii": Incomplete draft 

14 45

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii": ...iz pushkinskoǐ liriki (ÍÀ vas líùbil) 

14 46

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii": "Poėziíà bez obrazov – ÍÀ vas líùbil," notes and related material 

14 47

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii": Notes and related material 

14 48

1961c, "Poėziíà grammatiki i grammatika poėzii" 

14 49

1961d, "Struktura na poslednoto Botevo stikhotvorenie" published in Ezik i literatura 1961 

14 50

1961d, K Strukture poslednikh stikhov Khristo Boteva" typescript, draft, draft manuscript, notes, and background material 

14 51-62

1961e, "The Slavic Response to Byzantine Poetry" published in XII-me Congrès International des Études Byzantines 1961 

14 63

1961e, "The Slavic Response to Byzantine Poetry": Reprint edited for Selected Writings VI 

14 64

1961e, "The Slavic Response to Byzantine Poetry": Summary (typescript) 

14 65

1961e, "The Slavic Response to Byzantine Poetry": Notes: including Postřižiny, Kirill, Homer, Bogurodzica, and Sv. Kliment 

14 66-74

1961e, "The Slavic Response to Byzantine Poetry": Related material 

14 75-76

1961e, "The Slavic Response to Byzantine Poetry": Correspondence 1963-1965 

14 77

1961f, Foreword published in Tönnies Fenne's Manual with visual material 1961 

14 78-79

1962a, "Zur Struktur des Phonems" draft (1939) and typescript 1962 

14 80-82

1962b3, "Tenseness and Laxness" published in In Honour of D. Jones 1962 

14 83

1962b, "Napríàzhenost' i nenapríàzhenost'" Russian translation (typescript) 1962 

14 84

1962c, Retrospect to Selected Writings I, galley 1962 

14 85-86

1962c, Retrospekt, Russian translation (typescript) 

14 87

1962c, Retrospekt, Notes and reference material 

14 88-90

1962d, "On the Rumanian Neuter" published in Cercetǎri de lingvisticǎ 1962 

14 91

1962e, "Deskussionsbeitrag" published in Zeichen und System der Sprache 1962 

14 92

1962f, "Anthony's Contribution to Linguistic Theory" published in Language in the Crib 1962 

14 93

1962g, "Struktura dveju srpskokhrvatskikh pesama" published in Zbornik za filologiu… 1962 

14 94

1962g, "Siluanovo Slavoslovie Sv. Savve": Typescript 

14 95

1962g, "Siluanovo Slavoslovie Sv. Savve" : Typescript edited for Selected Writings III 

14 96

1962g, "Siluanovo Slavoslovie Sv. Savve": Drafts 

14 97-99

1962g, "Siluanovo Slavoslovie Sv. Savve": Notes, background material, related material, and correspondence 

14 100-103

1962g, "Poėziíà Dalmatsii v kontse XIV. veka," "Stikhi Dzhore Drzhicha 'Na lovu'" typescript and drafts 

14 104-106

1962h, "'Les chats' de Charles Baudelaire" published in L'Homme 1962 

14 107

1962h1, "'Les chats' de Charles Baudelaire" published in Il Corpo 1965 

14 108

1962h4, "Charles Baudelaire A macskák c. verse" published in Helikon 

14 109

1962h5, "'Les chats' von Charles Baudelaire" published in Interpretationen 1970 

14 110

1962h5, "'Les chats' von Charles Baudelaire" published in Strukturalismus in der Literaturwissenschaft 1968 

14 111

1962h7, "Charles Baudelaire's 'Les chats'" published in Introduction to Structuralism 

14 112

1962h8, "'Los gatos' de Baudelaire" published by Ediciones Signos Buenos Aires 1970 

14 113

1962h, "'Les chats' de Charles Baudelaire" edited for Selected Writings III 

14 114

1962h, "Charles Baudelaire's 'Les chats'" edited English translations I and II and typescript 

14 115-117

1962h, "'Les chats' de Charles Baudelaire" edited for Selected Writings III, first and second drafts 

15 1-4

1962h, "'Les chats' de Charles Baudelaire": Notes and background material 

15 5-13

1962h, "'Les chats' de Charles Baudelaire": Correspondence 1961-1972 

15 14

1962i, "Analyse du poème 'Revedere' de Mihail Eminescu" published in Cahiers de linguistique…, version edited for  Selected Writings III, draft (manuscript), notes, background material and correspondence 1962 

15 15-19

1962j, "O sootnoshenii mezhdu pesennoǐ i razgovornoǐ narodnoǐ rech'íù" published in Voprosy íàzykoznaniíà 1962 

15 20

1962k, "Studies in Russian Philology" published in Michigan Slavic Materials 1962 

15 21

1962k1, "O lingwistycznej analizie rymu" published in Prace filologiczne T. XVIII 1963 

15 22

1962k2, "Patronimika w 'Słowie o połku Igoreve" published in Studia Linguistica 1963 

15 23

1962k, "K lingvisticheskomy analizu russkoǐ rifmy" Selected Writings V galley and notes 

15 24-25

1962l, "On the Role of Word Pitch in Norwegian Verse" published in Lingua, with  Selected Writings V galley and notes 1962 

15 26-28

1962m, "Russkiǐ istochnik cheshskoǐ komedii" published in Studi in onore de Ettore lo Gatto e Giovanni Maver 1962 

15 29-30

1962n, "Morfologicheskie nablíùdeniíà" English free adaptation by S. F. Plewes, typescript and correspondence 1962 

15 31-32

1962p, "Circular Number One" published in Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 1962 

15 33

1962q, "Concluding Remarks" published in Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 1962 

15 34

1962r, "The Phonemic Concept of Distinctive Features" published in Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 1962 

15 35

1963a, "Izbytochnye bukvy russkogo alfavita" published in Zbornik u čast S. Ivšćia 1963 

15 36

1963b, "Opyt fonologicheskogo podkhoda k istoricheskim voprosam slavíànskoǐ aktsentologii" published in American Contributions 1963 

15 37

1963c, "Parts and Wholes in Language" published in Parts and Whole, pp. 157-162 1963 

15 38

1963d, "Efforts Toward a Means-Ends Model of Language" published in Trends in Modern Linguistics with galley and typescript 1963 

15 39-40

1963e, "Implications of Language Universals for Linguistics" published in Universals of Language, pp. 208-219 1963 

15 41

1963f, "Ktož jsú boží bojovníci" published in IJSLP, edited lecture, notes, correpondence 1963 

15 42-46

1963g, "Przeszłość'' Cypriana Norwida" published in Pamietnik literacki 1963 

15 47

1963g, "Przeszłość'' Cypriana Norwida": Edited lecture 

15 48

1963g, "Przeszłość'' Cypriana Norwida": Drafts 

15 49-51

1963g, "Przeszłość'' Cypriana Norwida": Notes 

15 52

1963h, "Sofonija's Tale of the Russian-Tatar Battle on the Kulikovo Field" published by Mouton 1963 

15 53

1963h, "Sofonija's Tale of the Russian-Tatar Battle on the Kulikovo Field": Galley 

15 54

1963h, "Sofonija's Tale of the Russian-Tatar Battle on the Kulikovo Field": Notes and related material 

15 55-67

1963h, "Zadonshchina": Early notes 1940s 

15 68-69

1963h, "Zadonshchina": Reconstruction of the text 

119a 40

1963h, "Zadonshchina": Related material, including "Zádonština" by Jan Frček (Roman Jakobson's notes inside); article by V. P. Adrianova-Peretts; Study published by Harvard University (1946) 

15 70-75

1963h, "Zadonshchina": Students' papers 

15 76

1963h, "Zadonshchina": Correspondence 1963-1968 

15 77

1963i, "On the So-Called Vowel Alliteration in Germanic Verse" published in Zeitschrift für Phonetik 1963 

15 78-79

1963j, "Boris Mikhaǐlovich Eǐkhenbaum" published in IJSLP with  Selected Writings V galley, typescript, notes and related material 1963 

15 80-85

1963k, "St. Constantine's Prologue to the Gospel" revised and expanded version and version revised for Selected WritingsVI 1963 

15 86-87

1963k, "St. Constantine's Prologue to the Gospel": Draft (manuscript) 

16 1-2

1963k, "St. Constantine's Prologue to the Gospel": Text of the PROGLAS 

16 3-5

1963k, "St. Constantine's Prologue to the Gospel": Notes 

16 6-13

1963k, "St. Constantine's Prologue to the Gospel": Related material 

16 14-15

1963k, "St. Constantine's Prologue to the Gospel": Correspondence 1982 

16 16

1963l, "'Taǐnaíà sluzhba' Konstantina Filosofa" published in Zbornik Radova Vizantoloskog Instituta, reprint edited for  Selected Writings VI, notes and related material 1963 

16 17-20

1963n, "Towards a Linguistic Typology of Aphasic Impairments" published in Disorders of Language 1963 

16 21

1963o, "Analiza gramatyczna poezji słowiańskiej" published in Zesyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego 1963 

16 22

1963p, "Amerikanskite slavisti i Sofiǐskiíàt kongres" published in Slavíàni 1963 

16 23

1964a, "The Prosodic Questions of Slavic Historical Phonology" published in MIT R.L.E. Progress Report 72, text of seminar 1964 

16 24-25

1964b, "Towards a Linguistic Typology of Aphasic Impairments" published in Ciba Foundation Symposium 1964 

16 26

1964b, Lecture notes, The Ciba Foundation Symposium - "Disorders of Language," London 1963 May 21-23 

16 27

1964b, "Towards a Linguistic Typology of Aphasic Impairments": Related material and notes 

16 28-29

1964c, "On Visual and Auditory Signs" published in Phonetica 1964 

16 30

1964c2, "K voprosu o zritel'nykh i slukhovykh znakakh" published in Semiotika i iskusstvometriíà 

16 31

1964c, "On Visual and Auditory Signs": Typescript 

16 32

1964c, "On Visual and Auditory Signs": Russian resume 

16 33

1964c, "On Visual and Auditory Signs": Notes 

16 34

1964d, "Results of the 9th Congress of Linguists" published in Proceedings… 1964 

16 35

1964d1, "A IX. nemzetközi nyelvész-kongresszus záróelöadása" 

16 36

1964e, "Language in Operation" published in Mélanges Alexandre Koyré 1964 

16 37

1964e, "Language in Operation": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

16 38

1964e, "Language in Operation": Typescript 

16 39-44

1964e, "Language in Operation": Draft typescript 

16 45-46

1964e, "Language in Operation": Notes 1953-1964 

16 47-49

1964e, "Language in Operation": Raven - notes and background material 

16 50-51

1964e, "Language in Operation": Correspondence 1953 

16 52

1964f, "The Grammatical Structure of Janko Král's Verses" edited for Selected Writings III, notes, background material and correspondence 1964 

16 53-60

1964g, Postscript in O. M. Brik's "Two Essays" 1964 

16 61

1964g1, "Ossip Brik" published in Les letters françaises 1968 

16 62

Selected Writings V galley copies 

16 63-64

1964h, "The Term 'Canaan' in Medieval Hebrew" published in For Max Weinreich 1964 

16 65

1964h, "The Term 'Canaan' in Medieval Hebrew": Version edited for Selected Writings VI 

16 66

1964h, "Znachenie termina 'Canaan' v srednevekovoǐ pis'mennosti Evreev" 

16 67-68

1964h, ""The Term 'Canaan' in Medieval Hebrew": Portion of a draft (manuscript) 

16 69

1964h, ""The Term 'Canaan' in Medieval Hebrew": Notes 

16 70-71

1964h, "Znachenie termina 'Canaan' related material 

16 72

1964i, "Nachruf" published in Wiener slavistisches Jahrbuch 1964 

16 73

1964j, "Relevance of Linguistics for Psychoanalysis" published in Minutes of Study Group in Linguistics 1964 

16 74

1965a, "Information and Redundancy" published in Symbolae Linguisticae 1965 

16 75

1965b, "O latinizatsii mezhdunarodnykh telegramm" published in Voprosy íàzykoznaniíà 1965 

16 76

1965c, "O budowie Ukraińskiego rozkaźnika" published in Studia z filologii polskiej 1965 

16 77

1965d, "An Example of Migratory Terms" published in Omagiu lui A. Rosetti 1965 

16 78

1965d, "Un exemple de migration de termes" published in Tel Quel 1970 

16 79

1965e, "Der grammatische Bau des Gedichts von B. Brecht 'Wir sind sie'" published in Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 1965 

16 80

1965e1, "L'Architettura grammaticale della poesia Brechtiana 'Wir sind sie'" published in Paragone 

16 81

1965e1, "L'Architettura grammaticale della poesia Brechtiana 'Wir sind sie'": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

16 82-83

1965e1, "L'Architettura grammaticale della poesia Brechtiana 'Wir sind sie'": Typescript 

16 84

1965e1, "L'Architettura grammaticale della poesia Brechtiana 'Wir sind sie'": "Grammaticheskiǐ stroǐ stikhov Bertol'ta Brechta" typescript, draft (manuscript) 

16 85-87

1965e1, "L'Architettura grammaticale della poesia Brechtiana 'Wir sind sie'": Notes 

16 88-89

1965e1, "L'Architettura grammaticale della poesia Brechtiana 'Wir sind sie'": Background material 

16 90

1965e1, "L'Architettura grammaticale della poesia Brechtiana 'Wir sind sie'": Correspondence 

16 91

1965f, "Ushchekotal skacha" published in Lingua viget 1965 

16 92-93

1965g, "Notes préliminaires sur les voies de la poésie russe" Selected Writings V galley 1965 

16 94

1965g, "Notes préliminaires sur les voies de la poésie russe": Russian version 

16 95

1965g, "Notes préliminaires sur les voies de la poésie russe": Notes 1965 

16 96

1965h, "Vers une science de l'art poétique" published in Les lettres françaises 1965 

16 97

1965h, "Vers une science de l'art poétique": Selected Writings V galley copies 

16 98-99

1965i, "Methodius' Canon to Demetrius of Thessalonica and the Old Church Slavonic Hirmoi" published in Sborník prací filosofické fakulty brněnské university 1965 

16 100-102

1965j, "Szczupak po Polsku" published in Prace polonistyczne 1965 

16 103

1965j, "Szczupak po Polsku": Version edited for Selected Writings VI 

16 104

1965j, "Szczupak po Polsku": Typescript 

16 105

1965j, "Szczupak po Polsku": Drafts 

16 106-107

1965j, "Szczupak po Polsku": Notes, related material, correspondence 

16 108-110

1965k, "List badacza polskiego" published in Kultura i społeczeństvo 1965 

16 111

1965k1, "List badacza Polskiego" published in Literatura, komparatystyka, folklor 1965 

16 112

1966a, "The Role of Phonemic Elements in Speech Perception" published by XVIII International Congress of Psychology 1966 

16 113

1966a, "The Role of Phonemic Elements in Speech Perception" published by Salk Institute 

16 114

1966a, "The Role of Phonemic Elements in Speech Perception" published in Zeitschrift für Phonetik... 

16 115-116

1966a, "The Role of Phonemic Elements in Speech Perception": Notes 

16 117

1966c, "Linguistic Types of Aphasia" published in Brain Function 1966 

16 118

1966c, "Linguistic Types of Aphasia": Preface to French translation 

16 119

1966c, "Linguistic Types of Aphasia": Notes and related material 

16 120-122

1966d, "Quest for the Essence of Language": Notes 1966 

17 1-5

1966d, "Quest for the Essence of Language": Correspondence 

17 6

1966d, "Quest for the Essence of Language" published in Diogenes 1965 

17 7

1966d1, "A la recherche de l'essence du langage" published in Diogène 1965 

17 8

1966e, "Henri Sweet's Path Toward Phonemics": Notes 1965 

17 9-10

1966e, "Henri Sweet's Path Toward Phonemics": published in In Memory of J. R. Firth 

17 11

1966f, "Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet" published in Language 1966 

17 12

1966f, "Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

17 13

1966f, "Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet": Typescript 1966 

17 14-15

1966f, "Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet": Notes 

17 16-19

1966f, "Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet": Background material with notes 

17 20-24

1966f, "Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet": Background and related material 

17 25-27

1966f, "Grammatical Parallelism and its Russian Facet": Correspondence 1962-1966 

17 28

1966g, "Vocabulorum constructio in Dante's sonnet 'Sevedi li occhi miei'" published in Studi Danteschi, pp. 7-33 1966 

17 29

1966g, "Vocabulorum constructio in Dante's sonnet 'Sevedi li occhi miei'": Typescript 

17 30-31

1966g, "Vocabulorum constructio in Dante's sonnet 'Sevedi li occhi miei'": Notes 

17 32-34

1966g, "Vocabulorum constructio in Dante's sonnet 'Sevedi li occhi miei'": Correspondence 1965-1967 

17 35

1966h, "The Grammatical Texture of a Sonnet from Sir Philip Sidney's 'Arcadia'" published in Studies in Language and Literature in Honour of M. Schlauch 1966 

17 36-39

1966h, "The Grammatical Texture of a Sonnet from Sir Philip Sidney's 'Arcadia'": Notes and background material 

17 40-41

1966i, "Razbor tobol'skikh stikhov Radishcheva" published in XVIII vek 1966 

17 42

1966i, "Ty khochesh' znat': kto íà?" edited for Selected Writings III with notes, background material and correspondence 

17 43-47

1966j, "Devushka pela" published in Orbis pictus with version edited for  Selected Writings III 1966 

17 48-54

1966j, "Devushka pela": Notes 

17 55-58

1966j, "Devushka pela": Related material 

17 59

1966k, "Grammatical Imagery in Cavafy's Poem 'Remember, Body'" published in Linguistics 1966 

17 60

1966k1, "Grammatikai képalkotás Kavafisz 'Emlékezz, test' címü versíben" published in Új symposion 1966 

17 61

1966k1, "Grammatikai képalkotás Kavafisz 'Emlékezz, test' címü versíben": Typescript 

17 62-64

1966k1, "Grammatikai képalkotás Kavafisz 'Emlékezz, test' címü versíben": Draft 

17 65-67

1966k1, "Grammatikai képalkotás Kavafisz 'Emlékezz, test' címü versíben": Greek translation 

17 68-69

1966k1, "Grammatikai képalkotás Kavafisz 'Emlékezz, test' címü versíben": Notes, background material, correspondence 

17 70-72

1966l, "Vliíànie narodnoǐ Slovesnosti na Trediakovskogo" draft and notes 1966 

17 73-78

1966n, Retrospect to Selected Writings IV, galley and first page of typescript 1966 

17 79-82

1966p, "The Byzantine Mission to the Slavs" reprint edited for Selected Writings VI from  Dumbarton Oaks Papers 1966 

17 83

1966p, "The Byzantine Mission to the Slavs": Typescript 1964 

17 84

1966p, "The Byzantine Mission to the Slavs": Draft, report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1964 

17 85

1966p, "The Byzantine Mission to the Slavs": Notes, related material, visual material 

17 86-89

1966s, "Instead of a Preface" original English version 1966 

17 90

1966u, "La linguistique va-t-elle devenir la science des sciences?" published in Arts 1966 

17 91

1966v, "Un incontro con RJ" published in L'Approdo letterario 1966 

17 92

1966w, "Questionner Jakobson" published in Les lettres françaises 1966 

17 93

1966w2, "Linguistica rivoluzionaria e avanguardie russe" published in Rinascita 1967 

17 94

1967a, "Die urslavischen Silben ū-r, ū-l" published in Zeitschrift für Phonetic 1967 

18 1

1967b, "About the Relation Between Visual and Auditory Signs" published in Proceedings... 1967 

18 2

1967c, "Znaczenie Kruszewskiego w rozwoju jezykoznawstwa" published in Wybór pism 1967 

18 3

1967c1, "L'iportanza di Kruszewski per lo sviluppo della linguistica generale" published in Ricerche Savistiche 1965 

18 4

1967d, "Une microscopie du dernier Spleen dans les Fleurs du Mal" published in Tel Quel with version edited for  Selected Writings III, notes and background material, and correspondence 1967 

18 5-12

1967e, "Language and Culture" published in Selected Writings VII 1967 

18 13-14

1967g, "V Římě o Praze" published in Literární noviny 1967 

18 15

1967i, "Gengo kakumei e no miti" published in Misuzu 1967 

18 16

1967j, "Conversazione sul cinema con Roman Jakobson" and 1933b1, "Decadenza del cinema?" published in Cinema & Film, pp. 157-168 1967 

18 17

1968a, "Extrapulmonic Consonants" published in MIT R.L.E Quarterly Progress Report 1968 

18 18

1968a, "Extrapulmonic Consonants" published in To Honour George Akhvlediani 

18 19

1968b, "K voprosu o glukhosti i zvonkosti russkikh shchelinnykh gubnykh" published in Slavia Orientalis 1968 

18 20

1968c, "Poetry of Grammar and Grammar of Poetry" published in Lingua with version edited for  Selected Writings III 1968 

18 21-23

1968c1, "Poesie der Grammatik und Grammatik der Poesie" published in Mathematik und Dichtung 

18 24

1968c2, "Poézia gramatiky a gramatika poézie" published in Romboid 

18 25

1968c, "Poetry of Grammar and Grammar of Poetry": Notes 

18 26-29

1968c, "Poetry of Grammar and Grammar of Poetry": Related material 

18 30

1968d, "Les oxymores dialectiques de Fernando Pessoa" published in Langages with version edited for  Selected Writings III 1968 

18 31-32

1968d1, "Os oxímoros dialícticos de Fernando Pessoa" published in Linguística e literatura 

18 33

1968d2, "Los oximoros dialecticos de Fernando Pessoa" published in Plural 

18 34

1968d, "Les oxymores dialectiques de Fernando Pessoa": Typescript 

18 35

1968d, "Les oxymores dialectiques de Fernando Pessoa": Draft 

18 36-37

1968d, "Les oxymores dialectiques de Fernando Pessoa": Spanish translation 

18 38

1968d, "Les oxymores dialectiques de Fernando Pessoa": Notes and background material 

18 39-40

1968d, "Les oxymores dialectiques de Fernando Pessoa": Related material 

18 41-43

1968d, "Les oxymores dialectiques de Fernando Pessoa": Correspondence 

18 44

1968e, "Két tanulmány" published in Magyar nyelvtudományi társaság 1968 

18 45

1968f, "Phonology in Relation to Phonetics" published in Manual of Phonetics with edited reprint 1968 

18 46-47

1968g, "Vivre et parler" published in Les letters françaises 1968 

18 48

1968g, "Vivre et parler": a debate with F. Jacob, C. Lévi-Strauss and P.L'Heritier, transcript 1968 

18 49-50

1968h, "Voprosy sravnitel'noǐ indoevropeǐskoǐ mifologii v svete slavíànskikh pokazaniǐ" 1968 

18 51

1968i, "La langue est le moteur de l'imagination" published in La quinzaine littéraire 1968 

18 52-53

1968j, "Da Mosca a Harvard via Praga" published in La fiera letteraria 1968 

18 54

1968j1, "Jezyk i kultura" published in Forum 

18 55

1968k, "S Romanem Jakobsonem" published in Universitas 1968 

18 56

1968l, "Vědecký interview Hosta" 1968 

18 57

1968n, "S Jakobsonem a Bogatyrevem v srpnové Praze" published in Listy 1968 

18 58

1968o, "Conversa e itinerário mineiro com Roman Jakobson" published in Minas Gerais 1968 

18 59

1969a, "Dublety tipa sochkle/schel v pokazaniíàkh T. Fenne" published in Slavisch-deutsche Wechselbeziehungen in Sprache... 1969 

18 60

1969b, "Józef Mrozińsky - Jenerał-językoznawca" published in Kultura i społeczeństvo, pp. 93-102 1969 

18 61-62

1969c, "Linguistics and Adjacent Sciences" report from X-ème Congrès International des Linguistes, Bucarest 1967 

18 63

1969c, "Linguistics and Adjacent Sciences" published in Actes du Xe Congrè International des Linguistes 1967 

18 64

1969c, "La linguistica y las otras ciencias" published in Colectanea socio linguistica 

18 65

1969c, "Linguistics and Adjacent Sciences": typescript for Selected Writings II and draft 

18 66-67

1969c, "Linguistics and Adjacent Sciences": "The Essentials and Goals of Contemporary Linguistics in Relation to Other Sciences" lecture transcript, Special Comm. for Social Sciences, UNESCO, Paris 1968 

18 68

1969c, "Linguistics and Adjacent Sciences": Background material 

18 69

1969c, "Linguistics and Adjacent Sciences": Notes 

18 70-79

1969c, "Linguistics and Adjacent Sciences": Correspondence 1965 

18 80

1969d, "Kompozitsiíà i kosmologiíà 'Placha Íàroslavny" published in Trudy otdela Drevnerusskoǐ literatury with notes, related material, and correspondence 1969 

18 81-86

1969e, "Le dessin prosodique ou le principe modulaire" published in Change 1969 

18 87

1969e1, "The Modular Design of Chinese Regulated Verse" published in Échanges et communications 

18 88

1969e, "The Modular Design of Chinese Regulated Verse" Selected Writings V galley proof 

18 89

1969e, "The Phonological Design of Chinese Regulated Verse" typescript and related correspondence 1965-1966 

18 90

1969e, "Le dessin prosodique ou le principe modulaire": Background material 

18 91

1969f, "The Slavic God Veles and His Indo-European Cognates" published in Studi linguistici in onore di V. Pisani 1969 

18 92-93

1969f, "The Slavic God Veles and His Indo-European Cognates": Typescript 1980s 

18 94

1969f, "The Slavic God Veles and His Indo-European Cognates": First five pages of typescript 1969 

18 95

1969f, "The Slavic God Veles and His Indo-European Cognates": Manuscript 

18 96-97

1969h, "Lingüistica e comunicacáo" published by Editora Cultrix 1969 

18 98

1969i, "Le langage enfantin et l'aphasie" published in Arguments (Les Éditions de Minuit) 1969 

18 99

1968m, "Uriel Weinreich" published in Yivo Annual with drafts and correspondence 1969 

18 100-101

1970a, "Da i net v mimike" published in ÍÀzyk i chelovek 1970 

18 102

1970a2, "Motor signs for 'Yes' and 'No'" published in Language in Society 

18 103

1970a2, "Motor signs for 'Yes' and 'No'": Galley proof 

18 104

1970a3, "Gesti motorî per il 'Sí' e il 'No'" published in Versus 

18 105

1970a, "Da i net v mimike": English translation 

18 106

1970a, "Da i net v mimike": Notes 

18 107

1970b, "Tempus -- Rotatio -- Adulterium" published in Mélanges Marcel Cohen 1970 

18 108

1970c, "Linguistics" published in Main Trends of Research in the Social and Human Sciences 1970 

18 109

1970c1, "La linguistique" published in Tendances principales de la recherche dans les sciences sociales et humaines with galley and draft 1970 

18 110-112

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems" published in Linguaggi nella società e nella tecnica 1970 

19 1

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems": Galley 

19 2

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems": 1968 lecture at the symposium "Languages in Society and the Technical World" 

19 3

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems": Draft 

19 4

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems": Notes and related material 

19 5

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems": Notes for the lecture and speech 

19 6

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems": Lecture transcript 

19 7-8

1970d, "Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems": Background material 

19 9

1970e2, "Unterbewusste sprachliche Gestaltung in der Dichtung" published in Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft with galley proof 1970 

19 10-11

1970e, "Subliminal Verbal Patterning in Poetry" with version edited for Selected Writings III 

19 12-15

1970e, "Subliminal Verbal Patterning in Poetry": Typescript 

19 16

1970e, "Subliminal Verbal Patterning in Poetry": Notes and related material 

19 17-18

1970e, "Subliminal Verbal Patterning in Poetry": Background material and correspondence 

19 19-20

1970f5, "A textura poética de Martin Codax" published in Do Cancioneiro de Amigo 1970 

19 21

1970f, "Martin Codax's Poetic Texture: a Revised Version of a Letter…" 

19 22

1970f, Letter to Haroldo de Campos on Martin Codax's poetic texture, manuscript and notes, correspondence 

19 23-24

1970g, "Shakespeare's Verbal Art in 'The Expence of Spirit'" published by Mouton 1970 

19 25

1970g, "Shakespeare's Verbal Art in 'The Expence of Spirit'": Galley proofs 

19 26-28

1970g, "Shakespeare's Verbal Art in 'The Expence of Spirit'": Typescript 

19 29

1970g, "Shakespeare's Verbal Art in 'The Expence of Spirit'": Italian translation 

19 30

1970g, "Shakespeare's Verbal Art in 'The Expence of Spirit'": Notes, background material, and correspondence 1966-1970 

19 31-39

1970h, "On the Verbal Art of William Blake and Other Poet-Painters" published in Linguistic Inquiry with galley proof and version edited for  Selected Writings III 1970 

19 40-42

1970h2, "Sur l'art verbal de William Blake et d'autres peintres-poètes" published in Hypothèses 

19 43

1970h, "On the Verbal Art of William Blake and Other Poet-Painters": Typescript 

19 44-47

1970h, "On the Verbal Art of William Blake and Other Poet-Painters": Notes, background material, and correspondence 

19 48-52

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Galley proof for Slavia 1970 

19 53

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Galley proof for Slavia 

119a 41

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Version edited for Selected Writings VI 

19 54

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Typescript 

19 55-56

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Manuscript - draft 

19 57-58

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Notes 

19 59-64

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Text 

19 65

1970i, "Pokhvala Konstantina Filosofa Grigoriíù Bogoslovu": Bibliography, related material, and correspondence 

19 66-68

1970j, "Rol' lingvisticheskikh pokazaniǐ v sravnitel'noǐ mifologii" published in Trudy VII Mezhdunarodnogo kongressa antropologicheskikh i etnograficheskikh nauk 1970 

19 69

1970j, "Rol' lingvisticheskikh pokazaniǐ v sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Abstract 

19 70

1970j, "Rol' lingvisticheskikh pokazaniǐ v sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Russian Perun, manuscript - draft 

19 71

1970j, "Linguistic Evidence in Comparative Mythology and the Worship of Perun" 

19 72

1970j, "Rol' lingvisticheskikh pokazaniǐ v sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Typescript for Selected Writings VII 

19 73

1970j, "Rol' lingvisticheskikh pokazaniǐ v sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Drafts 

19 74-75

1970j, "Rol' lingvisticheskikh pokazaniǐ v sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Related material (students' papers and notes) 

19 76-78

1970j, "Rol' lingvisticheskikh pokazaniǐ v sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Correspondence 1929-1975 

19 79

1970k, "Fenne's Low German Manual" typescript with Roman Jakobson's corrections 1970 

19 80-85

1970k, "Fenne's Low German Manual" typescript with Roman Jakobson's corrections (continued) 1970 

20 1-7

1970k, "Fenne's Low German Manual": Related material 

20 8

1970m, "Poesie und Sprachstruktur" published in Die Arche 1970 

20 9

1970n, "La mise en mots" published in Les letters françaises 1970 

20 10

1970r, "Presenting the Shirô Hattori Festschrift" announcement published in Tokyo with draft and correspondence 1970 

20 11-13

1971a, "Krugovorot lingvisticheskikh terminov" published in Fonetika, fonologiíà, grammatika 1971 

20 14

1971b, "Suassure's Unpublished Reflections on Phonemes" published in Cahiers Ferdinand de Saussure, pp. 5-14 1969 

20 15

1971b, "New Sources for the History of Saussurian Doctrine," manuscript 1971 

20 16

1971b, Background material (Saussure's Cours de Linguistique Génerale

20 17-18

1971d, "Retrospect" galley proof 1971 

20 19

1971e, "Siluanov Khvalospev Simeonu" published in Zbornik za filologiju i lingvistiku 1971 

20 20

1971e, "Slavoslovie Siluana Simeonu" galley proof 

20 21

1971e, "Slavoslovie Siluana Simeonu": Typescript 

20 22

1971e, "Slavoslovie Siluana Simeonu": Drafts 

20 23-25

1971e, "Slavoslovie Siluana Simeonu": Notes and correspondence 

20 26-27

1971f, "The Dominant - On the Russian Formalist School" English translation 1971 

20 28

1971f, "The Dominant - On the Russian Formalist School": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

20 29

1971f, "The Dominant - On the Russian Formalist School": "Formalistická škola a dnešní literární věda ruská" lectures 1935 

20 30

1971f, "The Dominant - On the Russian Formalist School": Notes 

20 31

1971f, "The Dominant - On the Russian Formalist School": Notes 

119b 42

1971g, "The Drum Lines in Majakovskij's '150,000,000'" published in California Slavic Studies 1971 

20 32

1971g, "The Drum Lines in Majakovskij's '150,000,000'": Selected Writings V galley proofs 

20 33-34

1971g, "The Drum Lines in Majakovskij's '150,000,000'": Selected Writings V typescripts 1968 

20 35

1971g, Maíàkovskiǐ's "150,000,000" (photocopy of the manuscript) 

20 36-37

1971g, Maíàkovskiǐ's "150,000,000": Struve Festschrift, correspondence 1968-1970 

20 38

1971h, "The World Response to Whitney's Principles on Linguistic Science" published in Whitney on Language, pp. xxv-xlvii 1971 

20 39

1971h, "The World Response to Whitney's Principles on Linguistic Science": Galley proof 

20 40

1971h, "The World Response to Whitney's Principles on Linguistic Science": Edited excerpts 

20 41

1971h, "The World Response to Whitney's Principles on Linguistic Science": Typescript and notes 

20 42-43

1971h, "The World Response to Whitney's Principles on Linguistic Science": Drafts 

20 44-47

1971h, "The World Response to Whitney's Principles on Linguistic Science": Notes 

20 48-49

1971h, "The World Response to Whitney's Principles on Linguistic Science": Related material and correspondence 

20 50-51

1971i, "La première lettre de Ferdinand de Saussure à Antoine Meillet sur les anagrammes" published in L'Homme 1971 

20 52

1971i, "La première lettre de Ferdinand de Saussure à Antoine Meillet sur les anagrammes": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

20 53

1971i, "La première lettre de Ferdinand de Saussure à Antoine Meillet sur les anagrammes": Related material and correspondence 

20 54-55

1971j, "Studies on Child Language and Aphasia": Typescripts 1971 

20 56-57

1971j, "Studies on Child Language and Aphasia": Draft 

20 58-61

1971m, "Nikolaj Durnovo: Vvedenie v istoriju russkogo jazyka" review published in  IJSLP 1971 

20 62-63

1971n, "R. Trautmann: Baltisch-Slavisches Wörterbuch" review published in  IJSLP 1971 

20 64-65

1971o, "Concluding Note" published in IJSLP 1971 

20 66-67

1971p, Note in "Testimonianze a San Giorgio" published as a supplement to Venti anni di attivita... 1971 

20 68

1972a, "An Unknown Album Page by Nikolaj Gogol'" published in Harvard Library Bulletin, pp. 236-254 1972 

20 69

1972a, "An Unknown Album Page by Nikolaj Gogol'" : Version edited for Selected Writings III 

20 70

1972a, "An Unknown Album Page by Nikolaj Gogol'" : Galley proof 

20 71

1972a, "An Unknown Album Page by Nikolaj Gogol'" : Typescript 

20 72

1972a, "An Unknown Album Page by Nikolaj Gogol'" : Related material 

20 73

1972b, "Verbal Communication" published in Scientific American edited for  Selected Writings VII 1972 

20 74

1972b3, "Sprachliche Kommunikation" galley proof 

119b 43

1972b, "Verbal Communication": Correspondence 

20 75

1972c, "The Editor Interviews Roman Jakobson" published in Modern Occasions 1972 

20 76

1972c1, "Entretien sur la mode et la théorie de langage" published in Change 

20 77

1972f, "Stikhi skul'ptora" published in Stikhi 1972 

20 78

1973a, "Le métalangage d'Aragon" published in "L'Arc" 1973 

20 79

1973a, "Le métalangage d'Aragon": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

20 80

1973a, "Le métalangage d'Aragon": Manuscript 

20 81

1973a, "Le métalangage d'Aragon": Related material (an interview with L. Aragon) 

20 82

1973a, "Le métalangage d'Aragon": Correspondence 

20 83

1973b, "'Si nostre vie' - observations sur la composition et structure de Motz dans un sonnet de Joachim du Bellay" published in Problemi attuali... 1973 

20 84

1973b, "'Si nostre vie' - observations sur la composition et structure de Motz dans un sonnet de Joachim du Bellay": Typescript 

20 85-86

1973b, "'Si nostre vie' - observations sur la composition et structure de Motz dans un sonnet de Joachim du Bellay": Draft 

20 87

1973b, "'Si nostre vie' - observations sur la composition et structure de Motz dans un sonnet de Joachim du Bellay": Draft 

21 1-4

1973b, "'Si nostre vie' - observations sur la composition et structure de Motz dans un sonnet de Joachim du Bellay": Notes 

21 5-15

1973b, "'Si nostre vie' - observations sur la composition et structure de Motz dans un sonnet de Joachim du Bellay": Background material 

21 16-18

1973b, "'Si nostre vie' - observations sur la composition et structure de Motz dans un sonnet de Joachim du Bellay": Correspondence 1971-1972 

21 19

1973c, "Ob odnoslozhnykh slovakh v russkom stikhe" published in Essays in Honor of Kiril Taranovsky 1973 

21 20

1973c, "Ob odnoslozhnykh slovakh v russkom stikhe": Selected Writings V galley proof 

21 21

1973c, "Ob odnoslozhnykh slovakh v russkom stikhe": Typescipt 

21 22

1973c, "Ob odnoslozhnykh slovakh v russkom stikhe": Draft (typescript) 

21 23

1973c, "Ob odnoslozhnykh slovakh v russkom stikhe": Manuscript 

21 24

1973c, "Ob odnoslozhnykh slovakh v russkom stikhe": Related material 

21 25

1973c, "Spetsificheskie osobennosti udareníà po sravneníù s prochimi prosodicheskimi elementami" 1964 

21 26-27

1973c, "Spetsificheskie osobennosti udareníà po sravneníù s prochimi prosodicheskimi elementami": Abstracts and related material 

21 28

1973c, "Spetsificheskie osobennosti udareníà po sravneníù s prochimi prosodicheskimi elementami": Notes 

21 29-31

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii" published in VII Miezynarodowy kongress slawistów 1973 

21 32

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": Paper delivered at VII Congress of Slavists in Warsaw 

21 33-34

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": Typescript 

21 35

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": Bibliography 

21 36

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": Manuscript of lecture at VII Congress of Slavists in Warsaw 

21 37-38

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": English summary 

21 39

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": Draft 

21 40-41

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": Notes 

21 42-59

1973d, " ÍÀzykovedcheskie nablíùdeniíà nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi slavíànskoǐ poėzii": Notes 

22 1-3

1973e, "Staroslověnská kantiléna v dědictví českém" published in Richerche Slavistiche 1973 

22 4

1973e, "Staroslověnská kantiléna v dědictví českém": Galley proofs 

22 5

1973e, "Staroslověnská kantiléna v dědictví českém": Galley proofs 

119b 44

1973e, "Staroslověnská kantiléna v dědictví českém": Typescript 

22 6-8

1973e, "Staroslověnská kantiléna v dědictví českém": Part of the original lecture "Slavíànskaíà poėziíà 9-ogo veka" delivered in 1966 in Moscow 

22 9

1973e, "Staroslověnská kantiléna v dědictví českém": English summary, notes, and correspondence 

22 10-12

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh" published in Južnoslovenskog filologa 1973 

22 13

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh": Galley proof 

22 14

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh": Typescript 

22 15

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh": "When a Falcon has Molted" translation and draft 

22 16-17

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh": "When a Falcon has Molted" translation and draft 

119b 45

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh": Manuscript 

22 18

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh": Draft 

22 19

1973f, "Sokol v mytekh": Notes, related material, and correspondence 

22 20-22

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale" galley proof 1973 

22 23

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": Draft 

22 24-25

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": Edited 1962r 

22 26

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": Edited 1971h 

22 27

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": Edited 1960c 

22 28

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": Edited 1967b 

22 29

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": References, notes 

22 30-32

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": Related material (Die aargauische Kantonsschule in den Vergangenen 150 Jahren) 

22 33

1973g, "Essais de linguistique générale": Illustrations (photographs and negatives) 

22 34-35

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry" published in Diacritics 1973 

22 36

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Galley proof 

119b 46

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

22 37

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Typescript 

22 38

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Draft of the English translation 

22 39

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Manuscript in French 

22 40

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Draft in French (manuscript) 

22 41-42

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Notes 

22 43-44

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Related material 

22 45-46

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": References - notes 1973 

22 47-48

19734, "A Postscript to the Discussion on Grammar of Poetry": Correspondence 1979-1980 

22 49

1973k, "Main Trends of Research in the Social and Human Sciences" published in Linguistics, reprint edited for 1973k 1973 

22 50

1973k, "Main Trends of Research in the Social and Human Sciences": Edited typescript 

22 51-52

1973k, "Main Trends of Research in the Social and Human Sciences": Typescript 

22 53-56

1973k, "Main Trends of Research in the Social and Human Sciences": Lecture notes 

22 57

1973n, "Nachwort" to N. S. Trubetzkoy published in Volesungen über die Altrussische Literatur with draft 1973 

22 58-59

1973o, "O que fazem os poetas com as palavras" published in Colóquio/Letras 1973 

22 60

1973p, "Beszélgetés Roman Jakobsonnal" published in Magyar tudomany 1973 

22 61

1973q, "Statement on the Ossabaw Island Project" published in Ossabaw with draft 1973 

22 62-63

1973r, "O formalizmie i poezji" interview in Tygodnik powszechny 1973 

22 64

1973s, Book announcement - review: V. N. Voloshinov: Marxism and the Philosophy of Language 1973 

22 65

1974a, "Communicación y sociedad" published in Lingüística y significación 1974 

22 66-68

1974b, "Mark and feature" published in World Papers in Phonetics, version edited for  Selected Writings VII and correspondence 1974 

22 69-72

1974c, "Gorouna k"rchaga" published in V pamet na Prof. St. Stoǐkov 1974 

22 73

1974c, "Goroun's Urn" edited for Selected Writings VII 

22 74

1974c, "Goroun's Urn": Typescripts 

22 75-76

1974c, "Goroun's Urn": Draft (manuscript) 

22 77

1974c, "Goroun's Urn": Correspondence 1972-1973 

22 78

1974e, "Nachwort" draft and notes 1974 

22 79-81

1974h, "Postscriptum" published in Poetik och lingvistik 1974 

22 82

1974j, "Linguistic Contributions to the Pathology of Language" published in Lenguaje y audicion: normalidad y patologia 1974 

22 83

1974k, "Life and Language" published in Linguistics 1974 

22 84

1974k, Review: The Logic of Life, by F. Jacob 

22 85

1974k, "Life and Language": French translation (Vie et langage) 

22 86

1974k, "Life and Language": Draft (manuscript) 

22 87

1974l, "Preface" published in On Medieval and Renaissance Slavic Writing, typescript, draft, and correspondence 1974 

22 88-91

1974m, "La actitud estructuralista" published in Cuadernos para el dialogo 

119b 47

1975a, "'Czułość'' Cypriana Norwida" published in For W. Weintraub 1975 

22 92

1975a, "'Czułość'' Cypriana Norwida": Galley copy 

22 93

1975a, "'Czułość'' Cypriana Norwida": Typescript edited for Selected Writings III 

22 94

1975a, "'Czułość'' Cypriana Norwida": Typescript 

22 95

1975a, "'Czułość'' Cypriana Norwida": Drafts 

22 96-98

1975a, "'Czułość'' Cypriana Norwida": Notes, related material, and correspondence 

22 99-101

1975b, "Gimn v 'Slove' Ilariona o zakone i blagodati" published in The Religious World of Russian Culture 1975 

22 102

1975b, "Gimn v 'Slove' Ilariona o zakone i blagodati": Galley proofs 

22 103-104

1975b, "Gimn v 'Slove' Ilariona o zakone i blagodati": Typescript 

22 105

1975b, "Gimn v 'Slove' Ilariona o zakone i blagodati": Drafts 

22 106-108

1975b, "Gimn v 'Slove' Ilariona o zakone i blagodati": Notes 

22 109

1975b, "Gimn v 'Slove' Ilariona o zakone i blagodati": Correspondence 1970-1975 

22 110

1975c, "Sur la spécifité du langage humain" 1975 

22 111

1975d, "Structuralisme et téléologie" 1975 

22 111

1975o, "De la poésie à la linguistique" published in L'Arc 1975 

22 111

1975c, "The Fundamental and Specific Characteristics of Human Language": Typescripts 1975 

22 112-113

1975c, "The Fundamental and Specific Characteristics of Human Language": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

22 114

1975d, "Structuralisme et téléologie" published in L'Arc 1975 

22 115

1975e, "Les règles des dégats grammaticaux" published in Langue, discours, société 1975 

22 116

1975e, "On Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle" for Selected Writings VII 

22 117

1975e2, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle" published in Logopedi og foniatri 1977 

22 118

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Galley proof 

22 119

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Typescript 

22 120

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Draft 

22 121

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Final version of the lecture and discussion 1971 

22 122

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Edited lecture transcript 1971 

22 123

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Discussion transcript 1971 

22 124

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Discussion transcript 1971 

23 1-2

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": IV International Symposium of Aphasiology, discussion transcript 1972 

23 3

1975e, "La afasia desde el punto de vista lingüístico" lecture notes, Symposium of Aphasiology, Oaxtepec, Mexico 1971 

23 4

1975e, "Aphasic Disorders from a Linguistic Angle": Correspondence 

23 5

1975f, "Glosses on the Medieval Insight into the Science of Language" published in Mélanges linguistiques offerts á Émile Benveniste 1975 

23 6

1975f, "Glosses on the Medieval Insight into the Science of Language": Galley proof 

23 7

1975f, "Glosses on the Medieval Insight into the Science of Language": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

23 8

1975f, "Glosses on the Medieval Insight into the Science of Language": Typescript 

23 9

1975f, "Glosses on the Medieval Insight into the Science of Language": Manuscript 

23 10

1975f, "Glosses on the Medieval Insight into the Science of Language": Notes 

23 11

1975f, "Glosses on the Medieval Insight into the Science of Language": Correspondence 1973-1976 

23 12

1975g, "Coup d'oeil sur le développement de la sémiotique" published by Indiana University Publications 1975 

23 13

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics" edited for Selected Writings VII 

23 14

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Galley proofs 

119b 48

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Typescript 

23 15

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Edited copy of typescript 

23 16

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Typescript of English translation 

23 17

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Draft (manuscript) 

23 18-19

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Notes 

23 20

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Lecture notes, Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, Milan, Italy 1974 June 2 

23 21-22

1975g, "A Glance at the Development of Semiotics": Correspondence 1974-1976 

23 23

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Typescript 1975 

123 1-5

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Newspaper article on Trubetzkoy 

123 6

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Trubetzkoy's bibliography 

123 7

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Original letters from Trubetzkoy to Jakobson 

123 8

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Original letters from Jakobson to Trubetzkoy 

123 9-10

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Original letters from Jakobson to Trubetzkoy 1920s 

123 11

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Original letters from Jakobson to Trubetzkoy about Tyníànov 1928-1929 

123 12

1975h, "N. S. Trubetzkoy's Letters": Materials for the notes and index of the volume 

119b 49-52

1975h, Related material: "Russkaíà fonologiíà i zamechaniíà" Trubetzkoy, typescript 

119b 53-54

1975h, Related material: N. S. Trubetzkoy, "Altkirchenslavische Grammatik" typescript 

119b 55-58

1975h, Related material: N. S. Trubetzkoy, "Altkirchenslavische Sprache" 

119b 59

1975h, Related material: Letters and notes of Durnovo 1926-1931 

123 13-17

1975h, Related material: Trubetzkoy's notes 

123 18

1975h, Related material: Bibliographic materials in phonology by Trubetzkoy and Jakobson 

123 19-21

1975h, Related material: Trubetzkoy's articles 1935, 1937 

123 22

1975h, Related material: Trubetzkoy's university lectures on Dostoevskiǐ 

123 23-29

1975h, Related material: Jakobson's notes for the edition of "Trubetzkoy's Letters" 

123 30

1975h, Related material: Trubetzkoy's Autobiography 

123 31

1975h, Related material: Trubetzkoy - personal documents 

123 32

1975h, Related material: Book reviews and articles on Trubetzkoy (incomplete) 

123 33

1975h, Related material: Association Internationale pour les Études Phonologiques 

123 34

1975h, Related material: Illustrations 

123 35

1975h, Letters from Trubetzkoy to Durnovo 1925, 1928 

123 36

1975h, Letters from Trubetzkoy to Jakobson 1920-1930 

123 37-50

1975h, Letters from Trubetzkoy to Jakobson 1931 

119b 60-63

1975h, Letters from Jakobson to Trubetzkoy 1929-1930 

123 51

1975h, Letters from Trubetzkoy to Mme. Meillet (undated plan for a book) 1936 

123 52

1975h, Letters from Trubetzkoy to Jakobson circa 1931-1938 

123 53-63

1975h, Letters from Trubetzkoy to Jakobson, copies 1920-1938 

123 64

1975h, Letters from Jakobson to Trubetzkoy with draft (typescript) 1924 

123 65

1975h, Letters from S. Karcevski 1926, 1931 

123 66

1975h, Correspondence between Roman Jakobson and Princess Vera P. Trubetzkoy 

123 67

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Le rapport entre le déterminé le déterminant et le défini ( Grammaire générale) [photocopy] undated 

123 68

Articles by Trubetzkoy: O metrike chastushki ( Versty) [photocopy] undated 

123 69

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zum urslavischen Intonationssystem (unknown publication) [photocopy] undated 

123 70

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Nordkaukasische Wortgleichungen ( Weiner Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes) [photocopy] undated 

123 71

Articles by Trubetzkoy: La forme Slave du nominatif-accusatif singulier des thémes neutres en -n- ( Mémoires de la Société de Linguistique de Paris) [photocopy] 1922 

123 72

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Les consonnes latérales des langues Caucasiques-Sptentrionales ( Bulletin de la SLP) [photocopy] 1922 

123 73

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Polabisch Staup (Hennig B1) "Altar" ( Zeitschrift für slavische Ponologie) [photocopy] 1924 

123 74

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Einiges über die russische Lautentwicklung und die Auflössung der gemeinrussischen Spracheinheit ( ZSP) [photocopy] 1924 

123 75

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Behaundlung der Lautverbindungen tl, dl in den slavischen Sprachen ( ZSP) [photocopy] 1925 

123 76

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Les voyelles nasales des langues Léchites ( Revue des Études Slaves) [photocopy] 1925 

123 77

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Otrazheniíà obshcheslavíànskogo *O v" polabskom íàzyke ( Slavia) [photocopy] 1925 

123 78

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Staroslavíànskoe s k v r'n a ( Festschrift Vasil" Zlatarski) [photocopy] 1925 

123 79

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zur Quellenkunde des Polabischen ( ZSP) [photocopy] 1926 

123 80

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ob otrazheniíàkh obscheslavíànskogo e v cheshskom íàzyke ( Slavia) [photocopy] 1927 

123 81

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Notes sur les désinences du verbe Dans les langues Tchétchélesgiénnes ( BSLP) [photocopy] 1929 

123 82

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Polabische Studien [photocopy] 1929 

123 83

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Konsonantensysteme der ostkaukasischen Sprachen ( Caucasia) [photocopy] 1931 

123 84

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Der mordwinische phonologische System verglichen mit dem Russischen ( Charisteria Guilelmo Mathesio Quinquagenario) [photocopy] 1932 

123 85

Articles by Trubetzkoy: La phonologie actuele ( Journal de psychologie) [photocopy] 1933 

123 86

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Charakter und Methode der systemalischen phonologischen Darstellung einer gegebenen Sprache ( Archives Néerlanaises de phonétique expérimentale) [photocopy] 1933 

123 87

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zur Entwicklung der Gutturale in den slavischen Sprachen ( Miletič Festschrift) [photocopy] 1933 

123 88

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zur Struktur der mordwinischen Melodien ( Sitzungsberichten der Akademie der Wissenschaft in Wien) [photocopy] 1933 

123 89

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Il problema delle parentele tra i grandi gruppi linguisti ( Atti del III Congresso Internazionale dei Linguisti) [photocopy] 1933 

123 90

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Erinnerungen an einen Aufenthalt bei den Tschercessen des Kreises Tuapse ( Caucasica) [photocopy] 1934 

123 91

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Dumézil, Georges, Études comparatives sur les langues caucasiennes du Nord-Ouest (Review from  Orientalische Literaturzeitung) [photocopy] 1934 

123 92

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Anleitung zu phonologischen Beschreibungen [photocopy] 1935 

123 93

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die phonologischen Grenzsignale ( Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Phonetic Sciences) [photocopy] 1936 

123 94

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die phonologischen Grundlagen der sogenannten "Quantität" in den verschiedenen Sprachen ( Scritti in onore de Alfredo Trombetti) [photocopy] 1936 

123 95

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die altkirchenslavische Vertretung der urslav *tj, *dj ( ZSP) [photocopy] 1936 

123 96

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Aussprache des griechischen X im 9. Jahrhundert n. Chr. ( Glotta) [photocopy] 1936 

123 97

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ward, Ida C., An Introduction to the Ibo Language (Review in  Anthropos) [photocopy] 1936 

123 98

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Über eine neue Kritik des Phonembegriffes ( Archiv für die vergleichende Phonetik) [photocopy] 1937 

123 99

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Gedanken über die slovakische Deklination ( Sborník Matice Slovenskej) [photocopy] 1937 

123 100

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zum Flussnamen U p a ( ZSP) [photocopy] 1937 

123 101

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Quantität als phonologischen Problem ( Actes du quatrième Congrèss internationál de linguistes) [photocopy] 1938 

123 102

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Aus meiner phonologischen Kartotek ( TCLP) [photocopy] 1939 

123 103

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Mysli ob indoevropeǐskoǐ probleme ( Voprosy I'àzykoznaniíà) [photocopy] 1958 

123 104

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ob odnoǐ osobennosti zapadnoslavíànskikh íàzykov ( Voprosy I'àzykoznaniíà) [photocopy] 1959 

123 105

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ostkaukasische Wörter für "Frau, Weibchen Gattin" ( Die Sprache) [photocopy] 1973 

123 106

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Le rapport entre le déterminé le déterminant et le défini ( Grammaire générale) [original] undated 

124 1

Articles by Trubetzkoy: O metrike chastushki ( Versty) [original] undated 

124 2

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zum urslavischen Intonationssystem (unknown publication) [original] undated 

124 3

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Nordkaukasische Wortgleichungen ( Weiner Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes) [original] undated 

124 4

Articles by Trubetzkoy: La forme Slave du nominatif-accusatif singulier des thémes neutres en -n- ( Mémoires de la Société de Linguistique de Paris) [original] 1922 

124 5

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Les consonnes latérales des langues Caucasiques-Sptentrionales ( Bulletin de la SLP) [original] 1922 

124 6

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Polabisch Staup (Hennig B1) "Altar" ( Zeitschrift für slavische Ponologie) [original] 1924 

124 7

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Einiges über die russische Lautentwicklung und die Auflössung der gemeinrussischen Spracheinheit ( ZSP) [original] 1924 

124 8

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Behaundlung der Lautverbindungen tl, dl in den slavischen Sprachen ( ZSP) [original] 1925 

124 9

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Les voyelles nasales des langues Léchites ( Revue des Études Slaves) [original] 1925 

124 10

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Otrazheniíà obshcheslavíànskogo *O v" polabskom íàzyke ( Slavia) [original] 1925 

124 11

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Staroslavíànskoe s k v r'n a ( Festschrift Vasil" Zlatarski) [original] 1925 

124 12

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zur Quellenkunde des Polabischen ( ZSP) [original] 1926 

124 13

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ob otrazheniíàkh obscheslavíànskogo e v cheshskom íàzyke ( Slavia) [original] 1927 

124 14

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Notes sur les désinences du verbe Dans les langues Tchétchélesgiénnes ( BSLP) [original] 1929 

124 15

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Polabische Studien [original] 1929 

124 16

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Konsonantensysteme der ostkaukasischen Sprachen ( Caucasia) [original] 1931 

124 17

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Der mordwinische phonologische System verglichen mit dem Russischen ( Charisteria Guilelmo Mathesio Quinquagenario) [original] 1932 

124 18

Articles by Trubetzkoy: La phonologie actuele ( Journal de psychologie) [original] 1933 

124 19

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Charakter und Methode der systemalischen phonologischen Darstellung einer gegebenen Sprache ( Archives Néerlanaises de phonétique expérimentale) [original] 1933 

124 20

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zur Entwicklung der Gutturale in den slavischen Sprachen ( Miletič Festschrift) [original] 1933 

124 21

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zur Struktur der mordwinischen Melodien ( Sitzungsberichten der Akademie der Wissenschaft in Wien) [original] 1933 

124 22

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Il problema delle parentele tra i grandi gruppi linguisti ( Atti del III Congresso Internazionale dei Linguisti) [original] 1933 

124 23

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Erinnerungen an einen Aufenthalt bei den Tschercessen des Kreises Tuapse ( Caucasica) [original] 1934 

124 24

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Dumézil, Georges, Études comparatives sur les langues caucasiennes du Nord-Ouest (Review from  Orientalische Literaturzeitung) [original] 1934 

124 25

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Anleitung zu phonologischen Beschreibungen [original] 1935 

124 26

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die phonologischen Grenzsignale ( Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Phonetic Sciences) [original] 1936 

124 27

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die phonologischen Grundlagen der sogenannten "Quantität" in den verschiedenen Sprachen ( Scritti in onore de Alfredo Trombetti) [original] 1936 

124 28

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die altkirchenslavische Vertretung der urslav *tj, *dj ( ZSP) [original] 1936 

124 29

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Aussprache des griechischen X im 9. Jahrhundert n. Chr. ( Glotta) [original] 1936 

124 30

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ward, Ida C., An Introduction to the Ibo Language (Review in  Anthropos) [original] 1936 

124 31

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Über eine neue Kritik des Phonembegriffes ( Archiv für die vergleichende Phonetik) [original] 1937 

124 32

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Gedanken über die slovakische Deklination ( Sborník Matice Slovenskej) [original] 1937 

124 33

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Zum Flussnamen U p a ( ZSP) [original] 1937 

124 34

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Die Quantität als phonologischen Problem ( Actes du quatrième Congrèss internationál de linguistes) [original] 1938 

124 35

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Aus meiner phonologischen Kartotek ( TCLP) [original] 1939 

124 36

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Mysli ob indoevropeǐskoǐ probleme ( Voprosy I'àzykoznaniíà) [original] 1958 

124 37

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ob odnoǐ osobennosti zapadnoslavíànskikh íàzykov ( Voprosy I'àzykoznaniíà) [original] 1959 

124 38

Articles by Trubetzkoy: Ostkaukasische Wörter für "Frau, Weibchen Gattin" ( Die Sprache) [original] 1973 

124 39

1975h, N. S. Trubetzkoy Letters 

124 40

1975j, "Puškin and His Sculptural Myth" published by Mouton: Galley proofs 1975 

23 24-27

1975j, "Puškin and His Sculptural Myth": Typescript of the translation 

23 28-29

1975j, "Puškin and His Sculptural Myth": Drafts (typescipts) 

23 30-35

1975j, "Puškin and His Sculptural Myth": Some edited pages and notes 

23 36

1975j, "Puškin and His Sculptural Myth": Background material 

23 37

1975j, "Puškin and His Sculptural Myth": Illustrations 

23 38

1975j, "Puškin and His Sculptural Myth": Correspondence 

23 39

1975k, "Premesse di storia letteraria slava" preface by L. Lonzi" draft 1975 

23 40

1975l, "Postface" draft (manuscript) 1975 

23 41

1975n, "Three Linguistic Abstracts" published in Studii şi cercetǎri linguistice with copies of typescript, notes, and correspondence 1975 

23 42-44

1975o, "De la poésie à la linguistique" with typescript and draft 1975 

23 45-46

1975p, "Jan Racek, grand musicologue tchèque" published in Cahiers Européens with typescript, manuscript, and correspondence 1974-1975 

23 47-50

1975q, "Verbal Interanimations" published in The Times Literary Supplement with typescript, draft (manuscript) and notes 1975 

23 51-54

1975r, "Geleitwort" published in Ostjakologische Arbeiten 1975 

23 55

1975s, "Souvenirs de futur" preface published in Des perles aux aigles 1975 

23 56

1975s, "'Geleitwort' to W. Steinitz": Typescript 

23 57

1975s, "'Geleitwort' to W. Steinitz": Manuscript 

23 58

1975s, "'Geleitwort' to W. Steinitz": Correspondence 1971-1975 

23 59

1975t, "Souvenirs de futur": Typescript 1975 

23 60

1975t, "Souvenirs de futur": Draft in Russian 

23 61

1975t, "Souvenirs de futur": Correspondence 1974-1975 

23 62

1976a, "Stikhi Pushkina o deve-statue" published in Alexander Puškin 1976 

23 63

1976a, "Stikhi Pushkina o deve-statue": Galley proof 

23 64

1976a, "Stikhi Pushkina o deve-statue": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

23 65

1976a, "Stikhi Pushkina o deve-statue": Typescript 

23 66

1976a, "Tsarskosel'skaíà statuíà" manuscript and notes 

23 67-68

1976c, "Russkie otgoloski drevnecheshskikh pamíàtnikov o Líùdmile" published in Kul'turnoe nasledie drevneǐ Rusi 1976 

23 69

1976c, "Russkie otgoloski drevnecheshskikh pamíàtnikov o Líùdmile": Reprint edited for Selected Writings VI 

23 70

1976c, "Russkie otgoloski drevnecheshskikh pamíàtnikov o Líùdmile": Typescript 

23 71

1976c, "Russkie otgoloski drevnecheshskikh pamíàtnikov o Líùdmile": Manuscript 

23 72

1976c, "Russkie otgoloski drevnecheshskikh pamíàtnikov o Líùdmile": Related material 

23 73

1976d, "Spatial Relationships in Slavic Adjectives" published in Scritti in onore di G. Bonfante 1976 

23 74

1976d, "Spatial Relationships in Slavic Adjectives": Galley proof 

23 75

1976d, "Spatial Relationships in Slavic Adjectives": Typescript 1973 

23 76

1976d, "Spatial Relationships in Slavic Adjectives": Draft (manuscript) 1973 

23 77

1976d, "Spatial Relationships in Slavic Adjectives": Correspondence 1973-1976 

23 78

1976d, "Spatial Relationships in Slavic Adjectives": Notes 1973 

23 79

1976e, "Metalanguage as a Linguistic Problem" published in Különlenyomat a nyelvtudományi közlemények 1976 

23 80

1976e, "Metalanguage as a Linguistic Problem": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

23 81

1976e, "Metalanguage as a Linguistic Problem": Typescript 1956 

23 82

1976e, "Metalanguage as a Linguistic Problem": Draft 1956 

24 1

1976e, "Metalanguage as a Linguistic Problem": Related lecture notes 

24 2-3

1976e, "Metalanguage as a Linguistic Problem": Related material 

24 4

1976e, "Metalanguage as a Linguistic Problem": Correspondence 1972-1976 

24 5

1976f, "Pëtr Bogatyrëv - Expert in Transfiguration" edited for Selected Writings VII 1976 

24 6

1976f, "Pëtr Bogatyrëv - Expert in Transfiguration": Typescript 

24 7

1976f, "Pëtr Bogatyrëv - Expert in Transfiguration": Draft (typescript) 

24 8

1976f, "Pëtr Bogatyrëv - Expert in Transfiguration": Notes 

24 9-11

1976f, "Pëtr Bogatyrëv - Expert in Transfiguration": Related material: L. Matějka's preface in Sound, Sign, & Meaning 

24 12-13

1976g, "Igra v adu u Pushkina i Khlebnikova" published in Sravnitel'noe izuchenie literatur 1976 

24 14

1976g, "Igra v adu u Pushkina i Khlebnikova": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

24 15

1976g, "Igra v adu u Pushkina i Khlebnikova": Typescripts 

24 16

1976g, "Igra v adu u Pushkina i Khlebnikova": Correspondence 1974-1975 

24 17

1976h, "Six leçons sur le son et le sens" published in "Arguments - les editions de minuit" 1976 

24 18

1976h, "Six leçons sur le son et le sens": Galley proof copy with handwritten postscriptum 

24 19

1976h, "Six leçons sur le son et le sens": Typescript 

24 20-22

1976h, "Six leçons sur le son et le sens": Preface by C. Lévi-Strauss, typescript 

24 23

1976h, "Six leçons sur le son et le sens": Draft (typescript) 

24 24-26

1976h, "Six leçons sur le son et le sens": Draft in French (manuscript) 1942 

24 27-30

1976h, "Six Lectures on Sound and Meaning" (École Libre) draft in English (manuscript) 1942 

24 31-33

1976h, "Six leçons sur le son et le sens": Notes 

24 34

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte" published by Suhrkamp 1976 

24 35

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": Galley proof copy 

24 36

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": "Zur Anspielung des Dichters Hölderlin an den Namen der Gelibten" typescript 

24 37

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": "Zur Anspielung des Dichters Hölderlin an den Namen der Gelibten" manuscript 

24 38

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": "Der Maler Paul Klee als Dichter" draft (typescript) 

24 39

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": "Zur Anspielung des Dichters Hölderlin draft (manuscript) 

24 40

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": Draft 

119b 64-65

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": Notes and background material 

24 41

1976i, "Hölderlin-Klee-Brecht, zur Wortkunst dreier Gedichte": Notes 

24 42-53

1976l, "Message sur Malévitch" published in Change 1976 

24 54

1976m, "Vmesto poslesloviíà" published in The Russian Avant-garde with draft and correspondence 1976 

24 55-57

1976n, "Diskussion von RJ mit Professoren und Studenten der Universität Köln" transcript - Arbeitspapier by Institut für Sprachwissenschaft 1976 

24 58

1976o, "Entretien avec Roman Jakobson: autour de la poétique" published in Critique 1976 

24 59

1976o, "Entretien avec Roman Jakobson: autour de la poétique": English translation, typescript 

24 60

1976p, "Il reste beaucoup à faire..." published in Le monde 1976 

24 61

1976q, "Nizyusseikino titeki seisyn" published in Sekai 1976 

24 62

1977a, "Slovenskiǐ primer uzlovoǐ roli bezlichnykh predlozheniǐ v poeticheskom kontekste" published in Papers in Slavic Philology 1977 

24 63

1977a, "Slovenskiǐ primer uzlovoǐ roli bezlichnykh predlozheniǐ v poeticheskom kontekste": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

24 64

1977a, "Slovenskiǐ primer uzlovoǐ roli bezlichnykh predlozheniǐ v poeticheskom kontekste": Galley 

24 65

1977a, "Slovenskiǐ primer uzlovoǐ roli bezlichnykh predlozheniǐ v poeticheskom kontekste": Typescript 

24 66

1977a, "Slovenskiǐ primer uzlovoǐ roli bezlichnykh predlozheniǐ v poeticheskom kontekste": Draft (typescript) 

24 67

1977a, "Slovenskiǐ primer uzlovoǐ roli bezlichnykh predlozheniǐ v poeticheskom kontekste": Correspondence 1974-1976 

24 68

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years" published by The Peter de Ridder Press 1977 

24 69

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Galley proof copy 

24 70-71

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

24 72

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Typescript 

24 73-75

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": "Sounds" typescript 

24 76

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Draft (typescript) [fragmentary] 

24 77

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Draft (manuscript) [fragmentary] 

24 78

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": "Sounds" manuscript 

24 79

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Notes 

24 80-84

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Background material 

24 85-86

1977b, "Yeats 'Sorrow of Love' Through the Years": Correspondence 1976 

24 87

1977c, "ÍÙ riǐ Tyníànov v Prage" Selected Writings V galley copy 1977 

24 88

1977c, "ÍÙ riǐ Tyníànov v Prage": Typescript copy 

24 89

1977c, "ÍÙ riǐ Tyníànov v Prage": Copy of manuscript and related correspondence 1928-1974 

24 90

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache" published in Vorträge der Rheinisch-Westfälischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 1977 

24 91

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Lecture notes, University of Zürich 1974 June 12 

24 92

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Copy of manuscript 

25 1

1977d, "The Grammatical Buildup of Child Language" typescript of the translation 

25 2-3

1977d, "The Grammatical Buildup of Child Language": Edited typescript of the translation 

25 4

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Typescript 

25 5

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Draft (typescript) 

25 6

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Draft (manuscript) 

25 7

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Discussion - transcript 

25 8

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Discussion - typescript 

25 9

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Discussion - draft (typescript) 

25 10

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Discussion - draft (manuscript) 

25 11

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Lecture notes, Rheinisch-Westfalische Akademie 1975 May 28 

25 12

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Related material 

25 13

1977d, "Der grammatische Aufbau der Kindersprache": Correspondence 

25 14

1977e, "A Few Remarks on Peirce, Pathfinder in the Science of Language" published in MLN (plus variant) 1977 

25 15

1977e, "A Few Remarks on Peirce, Pathfinder in the Science of Language": Edited variant 

25 16

1977e, "A Few Remarks on Peirce, Pathfinder in the Science of Language": Typescript 

25 18

1977e, "A Few Remarks on Peirce, Pathfinder in the Science of Language": Edited typescript 

25 17

1977e, "A Few Remarks on Peirce, Pathfinder in the Science of Language": Notes 

25 19-20

1977e, "A Few Remarks on Peirce, Pathfinder in the Science of Language": Lecture notes, The Johns Hopkins University 

25 21-22

1977e, "A Few Remarks on Peirce, Pathfinder in the Science of Language": Correspondence 1976-1978 

25 23

1977i, "Alexandr Belich na prazhskoǐ fonologicheskoǐ konferentsii" published in Zbornik radova o A. B. 1977 

25 24

1977i, "Alexandr Belich na prazhskoǐ fonologicheskoǐ konferentsii": Copy of typescript 

25 25

1977i, "Alexandr Belich na prazhskoǐ fonologicheskoǐ konferentsii": Manuscript and notes 

25 26

1977i, "Alexandr Belich na prazhskoǐ fonologicheskoǐ konferentsii": Related material 

25 27

1977i, "Alexandr Belich na prazhskoǐ fonologicheskoǐ konferentsii": Correspondence 

25 28

1977j, "Jan Patočka: From the Curriculum Vitae of a Czech Philosopher" published in The New Republic 1977 

25 29

1977j, "Jan Patočka: From the Curriculum Vitae of a Czech Philosopher": Manuscripts 

25 30

1977j, "Jan Patočka: From the Curriculum Vitae of a Czech Philosopher": Notes 

25 31

1977j, "Jan Patočka: From the Curriculum Vitae of a Czech Philosopher": Related material 

25 32

1977j, "Jan Patočka: From the Curriculum Vitae of a Czech Philosopher": Correspondence 1977-1978 

25 33

1977k, "Preface" published in A Semantic Analysis of Word Order 1977 

25 34

1977l, "Préface" published in La marxisme et la philosophie du langage 1977 

25 35

1977l, "Préface": Draft (manuscript) 

25 36

1977l, "Préface": Notes 

25 37

1978a, "La facture d'un quatrain de Pouchkine" published in Poétique 1978 

25 38

1978a, "La facture d'un quatrain de Pouchkine": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

25 39

1978a, "La facture d'un quatrain de Pouchkine": Typescript 

25 40

1978a, "La facture d'un quatrain de Pouchkine": Draft (manuscript) 

25 41

1978a, "La facture d'un quatrain de Pouchkine": Correspondence 1974-1977 

25 42

1978b, "Notes on the Makeup of a Proverb" published in Trends in Linguistics 1978 

25 43

1978b, "Notes on the Makeup of a Proverb": Typescript 

25 44

1978b, "Notes on the Makeup of a Proverb": Draft (manuscript) 

25 45
Oversize-folder

1978b, "Notes on the Makeup of a Proverb": Background material 

7
Box Folder

1978b, "Notes on the Makeup of a Proverb": Correspondence 1971-1975 

25 46

1978c, "Mutual Assimilation of Russian Voiced and Voiceless Consonants" published in Sign and Sound 1978 

25 47

1978c, "Mutual Assimilation of Russian Voiced and Voiceless Consonants": Galley proof copy 

25 48

1978c, "Mutual Assimilation of Russian Voiced and Voiceless Consonants": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

25 49

1978c, "Mutual Assimilation of Russian Voiced and Voiceless Consonants": Edited typescripts 

25 50

1978c, "Mutual Assimilation of Russian Voiced and Voiceless Consonants": Draft (manuscript) 

25 51

1978c, "Mutual Assimilation of Russian Voiced and Voiceless Consonants": Notes 

25 52

1978c, "Mutual Assimilation of Russian Voiced and Voiceless Consonants": Correspondence 1976-1978 

25 53

1978d, "K íàzykovedcheskoǐ problematike soznaníà i bessoznatel'nosti" galley proof for The Unconscious 1978 

25 54
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1978d, "K íàzykovedcheskoǐ problematike soznaníà i bessoznatel'nosti": Taped lecture, Tbilisi 1978 

122
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1978d, "K íàzykovedcheskoǐ problematike soznaníà i bessoznatel'nosti": Lecture transcript 1979 

25 55

1978d, "K íàzykovedcheskoǐ problematike soznaníà i bessoznatel'nosti": Typescript 

25 56

1978d, "K íàzykovedcheskoǐ problematike soznaníà i bessoznatel'nosti": Draft (manuscript) 1979 

25 57-58

1978d, "On the Linguistic Approach to the Problem of Consciousness and the Unconscious" edited for Selected Writings VII 

25 59

1978d, "On the Linguistic Approach to the Problem of Consciousness and the Unconscious": Typescript 

25 60

1978d, "The Problem of Consciousness and Unconsciousness in Linguistics" typescript 

25 61

1978d, "On the Linguistic Approach to the Problem of..." draft 

25 62

1978d, "On the Linguistic Approach to the Problem of...": Notes 

25 63-64

1978h, "L'avanguardia gli dava del tu: in memoria di Angelo Mario Ripellino" published in L'Espresso 1978 

25 65

1978h, "L'avanguardia gli dava del tu: in memoria di Angelo Mario Ripellino": Manuscript in French and notes 

25 66

1978h, "L'avanguardia gli dava del tu: in memoria di Angelo Mario Ripellino": Italian translation 

25 67

1978h, "L'avanguardia gli dava del tu: in memoria di Angelo Mario Ripellino": Correspondence 

25 68

1979a, "My Metrical Sketches: a Retrospect" published in Linguistics 1979 

25 69

1979a, Retrospect to Selected Writings V: Galley copy 

25 70

1979a, Retrospect to Selected Writings V: Typescript 

25 71-74

1979a, Retrospect to Selected Writings V: Index of names 

25 75

1979a, Retrospect to Selected Writings V: Notes and related material 

25 76-81

1979b, "An Instance of Interconnection Between the Distinctive Features" published in Frontiers of Speech Communication Research 1979 

25 82

1979b, "An Instance of Interconnection Between the Distinctive Features": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

25 83

1979b, "An Instance of Interconnection Between the Distinctive Features": Draft (manuscript) 1978 

25 84

1979b, "An Instance of Interconnection Between the Distinctive Features": Notes 1978 

25 85

1979b, "An Instance of Interconnection Between the Distinctive Features": Correspondence 1977-1979 

25 86

1979c, "The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics: Movements and Continuity" (preface) published in The European Background of American Linguistics 1979 

25 87

1979c, "The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics: Movements and Continuity" (preface): Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

25 88

1979c, "The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics: Movements and Continuity" (preface): Typescript 1974 

25 89

1979c, "The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics: Movements and Continuity" (preface): Edited typescript 1974 

25 90-91

1979c, "The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics: Movements and Continuity" (preface): Manuscript 1974 

25 92

1979c, "The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics: Movements and Continuity" (preface): Notes 

25 93-94

1979c, "The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics: Movements and Continuity" (preface): Correspondence 1974-1979 

25 95

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Draft (incomplete) 1979 

25 96-97

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Third draft 

25 98-101

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Notes 

25 102-106

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Notes 

26 1-19

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Phonology 

26 20-22

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Glottal catch and velar stop 

26 23

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Vowels and colors 

26 24

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: "Georgian Orthography" 

26 25

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Distinctive features 

26 26

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Sapir, teoriíà, tsitaty 

26 27

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Istoriíà fonetiki 

26 28-29

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Historical phonology and typology 1960s 

26 30-31

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Phonological systems, patterns 

26 32-34

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Phonemic patterning 

26 35

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Phonological systems, sound patterns 

26 36

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Prosodic features 

26 37-38

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language, earlier notes: Cassier 

26 39

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Notes 1950s 

26 40-44

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Background material 

26 45-50

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Related material 1976 

26 51

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Related papers 

26 52

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Illustrations of articulation 

26 53

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Summary of contracts 

26 54

1979d, The Sound Shape of Language: Correspondence 1977-1982 

26 55

1979g, Preface to Poetics 1979 

26 56

1979g, Preface to Poetics: Typescript 

26 57-58

1979g, Preface to Poetics: Draft (manuscript) 

26 59

1979g, Preface to Poetics: Notes 

26 60

1979g, Preface to Poetics: Correspondence 

26 61

1980a, "O stikhakh, sochinennykh noch'íù vo vremíà bessonitsy" published in N.Y.U. Slavic Papers 1980 

26 62-63

1980a, "O stikhakh, sochinennykh noch'íù vo vremíà bessonitsy": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

26 64

1980a, "O stikhakh, sochinennykh noch'íù vo vremíà bessonitsy": Draft 1978 

26 65

1980b, "Iz íàzykovedcheskikh razdumiǐ nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi poėzii slavíànskikh narodov" published in Ezikovedski prouchvaniíà v chest na akad. V. I. Georgiev 1980 

26 66

1980b, "Iz íàzykovedcheskikh razdumiǐ nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi poėzii slavíànskikh narodov": Typescript 

26 67

1980b, "Iz íàzykovedcheskikh razdumiǐ nad obshchimi osobennostíàmi poėzii slavíànskikh narodov": Correspondence 

26 68

1980c, "'Wirsze' z północnej Rusi XIV wieku" published in Pamietnik literacki 1980 

26 69

1980c, "Russkie virshi XIV veka" typescript 

26 70

1980c, "Rosyjskie wirsze z XIV wieku" typescript of the Polish translation 

26 71

1980c, "'Wirsze' z północnej Rusi XIV wieku": Typescript 

119b 66

1980c, "Russkie virshi XIV veka" draft (manuscript) [incomplete] 

26 72

1980c, "'Wirsze' z północnej Rusi XIV wieku": Notes 

26 73

1980c, "'Wirsze' z północnej Rusi XIV wieku": Correspondence 

26 74

1980d, "The Primary Syntactic Split and its Corollary" published in Wege zur Universalienforschung 1980 

26 75

1980d, "The Primary Syntactic Split and its Corollary": Typescript 

26 76

1980d, "The Primary Syntactic Split and its Corollary": Draft (manuscript) 

26 77

1980d, "The Primary Syntactic Split and its Corollary": Correspondence 1979-1980 

26 78

1980e, "Brain and Language" published by Slavica Publishers 1980 

26 79

1980e, "Brain and Language": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

26 80

1980e, "Brain and Language": Typescript 

26 81-82

1980e, "Brain and Language": Russian variant, draft 

26 83

1980e, "Brain and Language": Notes 

26 84-87

1980e, "Brain and Language": Lecture notes 

26 88-89

1980e, "Brain and Language": "Speech and Brain" lecture notes 1979 

26 90-91

1980e, "Brain and Language": Notes 1940s 

26 92

1980e, "Brain and Language": Related material 1980 

26 93

1980e, "Brain and Language": "Gehirn und Sprache" typescript 

27 1

1980e, "Brain and Language": Correspondence 1980 

27 2

1980e, "Brain and Language": "Gehirn und Sprache" correspondence 1980 

27 3

1980f, "Einstein and the Science of Language" published in Einstein and Humanism 1980 

27 4

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language" published in A. E., Historical and Cultural Perspectives 

27 5

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

27 6

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Typescript with comments by A. Rechel-Cohen 

27 7

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Typescript 

27 8-10

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Draft (typescript) 

27 11-12

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Draft (manuscript) 

27 13

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Notes 

27 14-17

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Related material 1979 

27 18-24

1980f3, "Einstein and the Science of Language": Correspondence 1979-1980 

27 25

1980g, "Dialogi": Typescript I (incomplete) 1980 

27 26-28

1980g, "Dialogi": Typescript II 

27 29-32

1980g, "Dialogi": Typescript III 

27 33-36

1980g, "Dialogi": Jerusalem version, typescript (incomplete) 

27 37-39

1980g, "Dialogi - Posleslovie" typescript 

27 40

1980g, "Dialogi - Posleslovie" draft 

27 41

1980g, "Dialogues": Typescript I 

27 42-45

1980g, "Dialogues": Typescript II 

27 46-49

1980g, "Dialogues": Typescript III 

27 50-53

1980g, "Dialogues" in French 

27 54-56

1980g, "Dialogi": Background material (related to A. E. Kruchenykh) 

27 57

1980g, "Dialogi": Correspondence, Cambridge University Press 1982-1983 

27 58

1980g, "Dialogi": Correspondence, Cultrix 1981 

27 59

1980g, "Dialogi": Correspondence, Flammarion 1976-1983 

27 60-62

1980g, "Dialogi": Correspondence, The Hebrew University 1978-1981 

27 63

1980g, "Dialogi": Correspondence, The MIT Press 1977-1983 

27 64

1980j, "Die Anwesenheit Diotimas, Ein Briefwechsel" published in Le Pauvre Holterling: Blätter zu Frankfurter Ausgabe 1980 

27 65

1980k, "Art and Poetry: the Cubo-Futurists" excerpts from an interview with David Shapiro published in The Avant-garde in Russia with typescript 1980 

27 66-67

1980l, "Postscript to M. Součková's Czech Literary Baroque" 1980 

27 68

1980l, "Postscript to M. Součková's Czech Literary Baroque": Typescript 

27 69

1980l, "Postscript to M. Součková's Czech Literary Baroque": Draft 

27 70

1980l, "Postscript to M. Součková's Czech Literary Baroque": Correspondence 

27 71

1980m, Jacket notes to Pierre Rouve, published in Turner 1980 

27 72

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö" published in Sciences of Language 1981 

27 73

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

27 75

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Copy of typescript 

27 76

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Draft (manuscript) 

27 77
Box

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Taped lecture, Jan 13-20 

121
Box Folder

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Lectures (typescript) 

27 78-79

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Notes 

27 80-82

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Background material and notes 

28 1-2

1981a, "Notes on the Contours of an Ancient Japanese Poem - The Farewell Poem of 732 by Takapasi Musimarö": Correspondence 1981 

28 3

1981b, "Skorb' pobivaemykh u drov": Galley proofs 1981 

28 4

1981b, "Skorb' pobivaemykh u drov": Version edited for Selected Writings III 

28 5

1981b, "Skorb' pobivaemykh u drov": Typescript 

28 6

1981b, "Skorb' pobivaemykh u drov": Draft (manuscript) 

28 7

1981b, "Skorb' pobivaemykh u drov": Notes and related material 

28 8

1981b, "Skorb' pobivaemykh u drov": Correspondence 1978-1979 

28 9

1981c, "R.C.": Version edited for Selected Writings III 1981 

28 10

1981c, "R.C.": Typescript 

28 11

1981c, "R.C.": Draft (manuscript) 

28 12

1981c, "R.C.": Notes 

28 13-16

1981c, "R.C.": Notes and background material 

28 17

1981d, "Zaglavie poslednikh botevskikh stikhov": Typescript 1981 

28 18

1981d, "Zaglavie poslednikh botevskikh stikhov": Draft (typescript) 

28 19

1981d, "Zaglavie poslednikh botevskikh stikhov": Draft (manuscript) 

28 20

1981d, "Zaglavie poslednikh botevskikh stikhov": Correspondence 1979 

28 21

1981e, "O 'Golose iz khora'": Version edited for Selected Writings III 1981 

28 22

1981e, "O 'Golose iz khora'": Typescript 

28 23

1981e, "O 'Golose iz khora'": Draft (manuscript) 

28 24

1981e, "O 'Golose iz khora'": Notes and background material 

28 25

1981f, "Iz melkikh veshcheǐ Velimira Khlebnikova": Typescript for Selected Writings III 1981 

28 26-27

1981f, "Iz melkikh veshcheǐ Velimira Khlebnikova": Draft (manuscript) [revised Harvard lectures of 1967] 1979 

28 28

1981f, "Iz melkikh veshcheǐ Velimira Khlebnikova": Notes and related material 

28 29

1981f, "Iz melkikh veshcheǐ Velimira Khlebnikova": Notes 

28 30

1981g, "O slovesnom iskusstve Kazimira Vezhin'skogo": Typescript for Selected Writings III 1981 

28 31-32

1981g, "O slovesnom iskusstve Kazimira Vezhin'skogo": Draft (typescript) 

28 33

1981g, "O slovesnom iskusstve Kazimira Vezhin'skogo": Correspondence 

28 34

1981h, "Lev Tolstoǐ v schastlivye minuty razdrazheniíà": Typescript edited for Selected Writings III 1981 

28 35-36

1981h, "Lev Tolstoǐ v schastlivye minuty razdrazheniíà": Draft (manuscript) [revised lecture of 1965] 

28 37

1981h, "Lev Tolstoǐ v schastlivye minuty razdrazheniíà": Draft fragment 

28 38

1981h, "Lev Tolstoǐ v schastlivye minuty razdrazheniíà": "Poėtika russkoǐ prozy - posledníàíà lektsiíà" lecture transcript 1965 

28 39

1981h, "Lev Tolstoǐ v schastlivye minuty razdrazheniíà": Notes 

28 40-41

1981h, "Lev Tolstoǐ v schastlivye minuty razdrazheniíà": Background material and notes 

28 42

1981i, "Zaumnyǐ Turgenev": Version edited for Selected Writings III (typescripts) 1981 

28 43-46

1981i, "Zaumnyǐ Turgenev": "Supraconscious Turgenev" English translation 

28 47

1981i, "Zaumnyǐ Turgenev": Notes 

28 48-49

1981i, "Zaumnyǐ Turgenev": Related material 

28 50

1981i, "Zaumnyǐ Turgenev": Correspondence 1979-1982 

28 51

1981j, "Zur Diskussion über die Grammatik der Poesie" German version of Retrospect to Selected Writings III with notes and reference material 1973-1979 

28 52-58

1981k, "Earliest of the Original Sung Canons in the Old Church Slavonic Literature" published in Folia Slavica 2: Festschrift for Horace Lunt 1981 

28 59

1981k, "Earliest of the Original Sung Canons in the Old Church Slavonic Literature": Typescript 

28 60

1981k, "Earliest of the Original Sung Canons in the Old Church Slavonic Literature": Reconstruction of texts 

28 61

1981k, "Earliest of the Original Sung Canons in the Old Church Slavonic Literature": Notes (Kánon Sv. Václava) 

28 62

1981k, "Earliest of the Original Sung Canons in the Old Church Slavonic Literature": Background material 

28 63

1981k, "Earliest of the Original Sung Canons in the Old Church Slavonic Literature": Correspondence 1972-1979 

28 64

1981l, "To the History of the Moscow Linguistic Circle" published in Logos Semantikos 1981 

28 65

1981l, "To the History of the Moscow Linguistic Circle": Typescript 

28 66

1981l, "To the History of the Moscow Linguistic Circle": Draft (typescript) 

28 67

1981l, ""Moskovskiǐ lingvisticheskiǐ kruzhok" Russian version (typescript) 

28 68

1981l, ""Moskovskiǐ lingvisticheskiǐ kruzhok": Draft in Russian (manuscript) 

28 69

1981l, "To the History of the Moscow Linguistic Circle": Notes and background material 

28 70-71

1981l, "To the History of the Moscow Linguistic Circle": Correspondence 1920, 1975-1981 

28 72-73

1981m, "Discours January 16, 1981" published in Premi 'Antonio Feltrinelli' 1980 1981 

28 74

1981m, "Discours January 16, 1981" published in Premio-Antonio Feltrinelli, galley proof 

28 75

1981m, "Discours January 16, 1981": "My Favorite Topics" edited for Selected Writings VII 

28 76

1981m, "Discours January 16, 1981": Italian translation 

28 77

1981m, "Discours January 16, 1981": "My Favorite Topics" draft (typescript) 

28 78-79

1981m, "Discours January 16, 1981": "My Favorite Topics" draft (manuscript) 

28 80

1981n, "Nachwort" typescript in German 1981 

28 81

1981n, "Nachwort": Conclusion of the Symposium on Brain and Language, typescript in English 1980 

28 82

1981o, "Doslov to M. Součková: 'Sešity Josephiny Rykrové'" published by Sixty-Eight Publishers 1981 

28 83

1981o, "Doslov to M. Součková: 'Sešity Josephiny Rykrové'": Typescript in Czech 

28 84

1981o, "Doslov to M. Součková: 'Sešity Josephiny Rykrové'": English translation, draft and typescript 

28 85

1981o, "Doslov to M. Součková: 'Sešity Josephiny Rykrové'": Correspondence 1980-1981 

28 86

1982a, "Drevnearmíànskiǐ Vakhagn v svete sravnitel'noǐ mifologii" published in Istoriko-filologicheskiǐ zhurnal 1982 

28 87

1982a, "Drevnearmíànskiǐ Vakhagn v svete sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Paper prepared for the symposium in Yerevan, copy of typescript 

28 88

1982a, "Drevnearmíànskiǐ Vakhagn v svete sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Typescript, edited copy 

28 89

1982a, "Drevnearmíànskiǐ Vakhagn v svete sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Typescript for Selected Writings VII 

28 90

1982a, "Drevnearmíànskiǐ Vakhagn v svete sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Notes 

28 91

1982a, "Drevnearmíànskiǐ Vakhagn v svete sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Related material (students' notes) 

28 92

1982a, "Drevnearmíànskiǐ Vakhagn v svete sravnitel'noǐ mifologii": Bibliography 

28 93

1982b, "Notes on the Declension of Pronouns in Contemporary Russian" published in International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 1982 

28 94

1982c, "The Evasive Initial" published in Voces Amicorum Sovijärvi 1982 

28 95

1982c, "The Evasive Initial": Version edited for Selected Writings VII 

28 96

1982c, "The Evasive Initial": Typescript 

28 97

1982c, "The Evasive Initial": Draft (typescript) 

28 98

1982c, "The Evasive Initial": Drafts (manuscript) 

28 99

1982c, "The Evasive Initial": Notes 

28 100-101

1982c, "The Evasive Initial": Correspondence 1981-1982 

28 102

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": Typescript 1982 

28 103

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": Draft (typescript) 

28 104

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": Draft (manuscript) 

28 105

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": "Prefazione (po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo)" Italian translation 

28 106

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": Notes 

28 107

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": Background material 1920 

28 108

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": N. S. Trubetskoy's letters 1922 

28 109

1982d, "Po povodu knigi N. S. Trubetskogo Evropa I chelovechestvo": Correspondence 1975-1982 

28 110

1982f, Prefactory interview, typescript and drafts 1979 

28 111-112

1982h, "S pervykh do poslednikh dneǐ": Typescript 1982 

28 113

1982h, "S pervykh do poslednikh dneǐ": Draft (manuscript) 

28 114

1982h, "S pervykh do poslednikh dneǐ": Correspondence 

28 115

1982i, Afterword to B. Trnka: Typescript 1982 

28 116

1982i, Afterword to B. Trnka: Draft (manuscript) 

28 117

1982i, Afterword to B. Trnka: Correspondence 1977-1980 

28 118

1982j, Preface to Stegagno Picchio: La méthod philologique typescript 1982 

28 119

1983a, "Préface" published in La vive voix: essays de psycho-phonétique by Ivan Fónagy 1983 

28 120

1983a, "Préface" published in La vive voix: Typescript 

28 121

1983a, "Préface" published in La vive voix: Draft (typescript) 

28 122

1983a, "Préface" published in La vive voix: Draft (manuscript) and notes 

28 123

1983a, "Préface" published in La vive voix: Correspondence 1978-1979 

28 124

1984c, "Iz kommentariíà k stikham Maíàkovskogo 'Tovarishchu Nette-parokhodu i cheloveku'": Typescript 

28 125

1984c, "Iz kommentariíà k stikham Maíàkovskogo 'Tovarishchu Nette-parokhodu i cheloveku'": Draft (typescipt) 

28 126

1984c, "Iz kommentariíà k stikham Maíàkovskogo 'Tovarishchu Nette-parokhodu i cheloveku'": Draft (manuscript) 

28 127

1984c, "Iz kommentariíà k stikham Maíàkovskogo 'Tovarishchu Nette-parokhodu i cheloveku'": Related material 

28 128

1984e, "La théorie saussurienne en rétrospection: deux cours de 1942 à l'École Libre": Draft (manuscript) 1984 

28 129-132

1984e, "La théorie saussurienne en rétrospection: deux cours de 1942 à l'École Libre": Draft in German 1930s 

28 133

1984j, "Deržavin's Last Poem and M. Halle's First Literary Essay": Typescript 1984 

28 134

1984j, "Deržavin's Last Poem and M. Halle's First Literary Essay": Draft (manuscript) 

28 135

1984j, "Deržavin's Last Poem and M. Halle's First Literary Essay": Notes 

28 136

1984j, "Deržavin's Last Poem and M. Halle's First Literary Essay": Correspondence 1981-1983 

28 137

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft (typescript) for Selected Writings VI 1985 

29 1-2

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": References, typescript and draft 

29 3-4

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Text and translation of the St. Demetrius canon 

29 5

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript, prefatory remarks 

29 6

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript, previous research 

29 7

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript and typescript, divisions of the canon 

29 8

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript and typescript, names 

29 9

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript, key words and paronomastics 

29 10

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript, the canon's grammatical pattern I 

29 11

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript, the canon's grammatical pattern II 

29 12

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript and typescript, Biblical quotations 

29 13

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Draft - manuscript and typescript, the canon's hirmoi 

29 14

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Notes and background material 

29 15-17

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Notes 

29 18-42

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Related material 

29 43

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": References - notes 

29 44-45

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": References - lists 

29 46

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Slides 

29 47-48

1985a, "Sketches for the History of the Oldest Slavic Hymnody": Correspondence 1961-1981 

29 49-51

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": Galley proof for Selected Writings IV 1985 

29 52

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": Typescript for Selected Writings VI 1985 

29 53-56

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": Omitted footnotes 

119c 67

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": Early typescript 1924 

119c 68-71

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": Revised edition 

119c 72-75

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": "Několik kapitol z dějin stč. básnické formy" original typescript 1924 

119c 76-78

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": Correspondence 1924-1969 

119c 79

1985b, "Iz istorii ėpicheskikh form v cheshskoǐ poėzii chetyrnadtsatogo veka": Tables and editorial notes 

29 57

1985c, "Iz razyskaniǐ nad starocheshskimi glossami v srednevekovykh Evreǐskikh pamíàtnikakh": Galley proof 1985 

29 58

1985c, "Iz razyskaniǐ nad starocheshskimi glossami v srednevekovykh Evreǐskikh pamíàtnikakh": Typescript 

29 59

1985c, "Iz razyskaniǐ nad starocheshskimi glossami v srednevekovykh Evreǐskikh pamíàtnikakh": Draft (manuscript) 

29 60

1985c, "Iz razyskaniǐ nad starocheshskimi glossami v srednevekovykh Evreǐskikh pamíàtnikakh": Notes 

29 61-76

1985c, "Iz razyskaniǐ nad starocheshskimi glossami v srednevekovykh Evreǐskikh pamíàtnikakh": Notes 

30 1-6

1985c, "Iz razyskaniǐ nad starocheshskimi glossami v srednevekovykh Evreǐskikh pamíàtnikakh": Bibliography - notes 

30 7-9

1985c, "Iz razyskaniǐ nad starocheshskimi glossami v srednevekovykh Evreǐskikh pamíàtnikakh": Correspondence 1937-1979 

30 10

1985d, Retrospect to Selected Writings VI: Typescript 1985 

30 11

1985d, Retrospect to Selected Writings VI: Draft (manuscript) 

30 12

1985d, Retrospect to Selected Writings VI: Notes 

30 13-14

1985e, "More on the Enlightener" typescript 1985 

30 15

1985f, "Ocherednye zadachi obshcheǐ lingvistiki": Typescript for Selected Writings VII 1979 

30 16
Box

1985f, "Ocherednye zadachi obshcheǐ lingvistiki": "Iz ocherednykh voprosov lingvistiki," Moscow State University 1973 September 29 

122
Box Folder

1985f, "Ocherednye zadachi obshcheǐ lingvistiki": Edited lecture 1979 

30 17

1985f, "Ocherednye zadachi obshcheǐ lingvistiki": "Aktualne zagadnienia jezykoznawstwa ogólnego" Polish version 1979 

30 18

1985f, "Ocherednye zadachi obshcheǐ lingvistiki": Correspondence 1980-1981 

30 19

1985g, "K ocherednym iskaniíàm i dostyzheniíàm v sravnitel'nom íàzykoznanii" (The Immediate Quest): Typescript 1980 

30 20

1985g, "On the Immediate Quests and Accomplishments of Comparative Linguistics" edited for Selected Writings VII 1985 

30 21

1985g, "On the Immediate Quests and Accomplishments of Comparative Linguistics": Draft (manuscript) 

30 22

1985g, "On the Immediate Quests and Accomplishments of Comparative Linguistics": Related material 

30 23

1985g, "On the Immediate Quests and Accomplishments of Comparative Linguistics": Correspondence 1974-1979 

30 24

1985h, "The Etymology of Grib": Typescript 1985 

30 25

1985h, "The Etymology of Grib": Draft (manuscript) 

30 26

1985h, "The Etymology of Grib": Notes and background material 

30 27-28

1985i, "Andrew Marvell's Poem 'To His Coy Mistress'" edited for Selected Writings VII 1985 

30 29-30

1985i, "Andrew Marvell's Poem 'To His Coy Mistress'": Notes and background material 

30 31-32

1985i, "Andrew Marvell's Poem 'To His Coy Mistress'": Correspondence 

30 33

1985k, "From Alíàgrov's Letters": Typescript 1985 

30 34-35

1985k, "From Alíàgrov's Letters": Related material 

30 36

1985k, "From Alíàgrov's Letters": Correspondence 

30 37

1985p, "Tribute to Professor Claude Lévi-Strauss": Typescript 1978 

30 38

1985p, "Tribute to Professor Claude Lévi-Strauss": Drafts or edited transcript 1978 

30 39-41

1985p, "Tribute to Professor Claude Lévi-Strauss": Transcript of speeches 

30 42

1985p, "Tribute to Professor Claude Lévi-Strauss": "Dear Claude, cher maǐtre" notes 1985 

30 43

Selected Writings notes 

30 44

Selected Writings I table of contents, cards 

30 45

Selected Writings II table of contents and preface, draft 

30 46

Selected Writings II: Table of contents, draft 

30 47

Selected Writings III correspondence 1961-1981 

30 48

Selected Writings III: Dedication 

30 49

Selected Writings III: Dedication and acknowledgements, drafts 

30 50

Selected Writings III: Illustrations 

30 51

Selected Writings III: Tables, notes and copies 

30 52-53

Selected Writings III: Tables of contents, drafts 

30 54

Selected Writings III: Tables of contents, drafts, notes 

30 55

Selected Writings V indices - typescript 

30 56

Selected Writings V: Table of contents, galley proof 

30 57

Selected Writings V: Draft and notes 

30 58

Selected Writings V: Cards 

30 59

Selected Writings VI correspondence 1969-1971 

30 60

Selected Writings VI: Editorial questions 

30 61

Selected Writings VI: Photographs 

30 62

Selected Writings VI: Table of contents, draft 

30 63

Selected Writings VII tables of contents 

30 64

Barnhart's College Dictionary entries of Slavic origin revised by Roman Jakobson 

30 65-66

Barnhart's College Dictionary entries of Slavic origin: Draft 

30 67-68

Barnhart's College Dictionary entries of Slavic origin: Notes for entries 

30 69

Barnhart's College Dictionary entries of Slavic origin: Related material 

30 70-71

Barnhart's College Dictionary entries of Slavic origin: Correspondence 

30 72

Russkiǐ íàzyk po metodu "Nauka," 1963: Publications 1963 

30 73-75

Russkiǐ íàzyk po metodu "Nauka," 1963: Intoduction - draft and typescript 

30 76

Russkiǐ íàzyk po metodu "Nauka," 1963: Notes 

30 77

Bibliographies: Columbia University years 

30 78-79

Bibliographies: École Libre years 

30 80

Bibliographies: Linguistic circles 

30 81

Bibliographies: Semantics 

30 82

Bibliographies: Slavic studies 

30 83

Bibliographies: Lists 

30 84-87

Bibliographies: Note cards 

30 88-89

Bibliographies: Notes on cards 

31 1-12

 Subseries 6B. Unpublished Writings 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries includes drafts, notes, notebooks, and tapes for lectures and courses Jakobson taught, and drafts and notes for articles and books never published. Some lecture or research notes may be related to subject matter that was eventually published, but unless the text was almost identical or the notes filed as background to specific published writings, the material is filed in this series. Unpublished Writings are organized chronologically by year, then alphabetically within the year.

Jakobson's extensive collection of lecture notes was identified, when possible, with the help of his Annual Reports which list lectures delivered by year. Lecture notes that could not be specifically identified were added to others of a similar subject or left as "unidentified" at the end of the subseries. The lecture notes show how Jakobson conscientiously prepared for teaching as he wrote out many of his lectures in full for over thirty years. In later years he made notes on small cards, which colleagues and students often referred to as the "famous note cards." These reveal much about his teaching and lecture style. He could lecture and discuss his subjects in six languages. The notes are mostly in English, but some are in French, Czech, or Russian. The descriptive titles of folders are based on Jakobson's own inscriptions on the envelopes in which he kept the note cards or on key words on the first cards or pages. Where there was no clear indication, headings suggest the nature of the material.

Some of the lectures have been transcribed, which gives some idea of Jakobson's style. But tapes of Jakobson's lectures, when available, provide an opportunity to fully appreciate his charm as a lecturer.

The earliest material in the collection documents the evolution of interests, from poetry to speech sounds and phonology, that Jakobson had already developed as a teenager. There are a number of poems and verses he himself wrote when he was twelve to fourteen years old, between 1908 and 1910 (box 31, folders 21-24). Some of these poems are written in someone else's hand, perhaps his mother's. Notebooks from 1916 reveal his first attempts to observe systematically the nature of speech sounds and sound laws in dialects north of Moscow (box 31, folder 25). In the early 1920s he produced an unfinished draft for what was to be a comprehensive Czech historical phonology, which described the main tendencies underlying the development of the Czech sound system (box 31, folder 26). His interest in phonology continued to grow, as his notes on Slavic phonology in general and on Russian phonology in particular reveal (box 31, folders 27-41). These notes were obviously used for his major early study on phonology, Remarques sur l'evolution phonologique du russe in 1929.

Both Jakobson's research and his teaching style are documented in full texts, drafts, and notes of lectures he gave while Professor of Russian Philology and Old Czech Literature at Masaryk University in Brno between 1930 and 1939. Courses on an introduction to Russian, the Russian phonological system, comparative analysis of Russian and Czech verse, and Czech medieval poetry and literature are included (boxes 31 & 32). The latter notes and drafts are of particular interest, as Jakobson earned much of the credit for revitalizing the study of Czech medieval literature for both the literary scholarly community and the general public. Several drafts from the later 1930s reveal Jakobson's early efforts to systematize phonology to discover and describe universal as well as individual phonological features of languages (box 32, folders 6-8).

Following his arrival in the United States, Jakobson gave a series of important lectures on the relationship between sound and meaning at the École Libre. These were later published as Six leçons sur le son et le sens in 1975 (see Published Writings, box 24, folder 18). The subject continued to be an important one in Jakobson's research and teaching. He was developing his ideas about the interrelation of sound and meaning, intending to write a book with this title. However, only three chapters were finished; the book remained incomplete (box 33, folders 9-25). Jakobson's fascination with this subject culminated in the publication of  Sound Shape of Language in 1979.

Jakobson's teaching at American universities is well documented in the collection. There are transcripts of lecture series and lecture drafts from Columbia and Harvard universities on the Russian verb and noun, Introduction to Slavic Studies, and the History of the Russian Language (box 32, folders 69-82 and box 33, folders 50-52). Notes from lectures and courses at Harvard from the late 1940s and early 1950s illustrate how Jakobson's contributions helped to make Harvard's the leading Slavic department in the country at that time.

Lecture series given outside the United States portray Jakobson's role in the world community of linguists. A series of ten lectures presented at the II International Seminar in Linguistics Theory in Tokyo in 1967 give a sense of his lecturing style–his humor, use of examples, and skill at leading an audience to the conclusions he wished to make. His English, with a tendency to transfer Slavic syntax to the English language, added a special flavor to his style (box 34, folders 81-92).

The unpublished writing subseries documents several other research projects Jakobson worked on but never completed. He intended to address two language-related phenomena described in the Bible from a linguistic point of view: the confusion of languages in the story of the Tower of Babel, and the gift of speaking in and understanding tongues in the story of the Ascent of the Holy Spirit, two related themes which recur in Slavic medieval literature (box 35, folders 69 75). The project, which was also to contain visual representations of the events, was called the "Skira book," named after a French publishing house that published art books.

Another project never completed was a review of two volumes of Jan Mukarovsky's Selected Writings. Mukarovsky, a close friend and founding member of the Prague Linguistic Circle, applied structuralism to poetics, especially nineteenth and twentieth century verse and esthetics. Jakobson's review notes and related correspondence can be found in box 36, folders 58-69.

During the 1970s Jakobson began to establish extensive files of notes to bring together information he had assembled over the years on particular subjects, such as general linguistics, the history of linguistics, structuralism, and poetic and Slavic mythology (box 37). The notes on structuralism were used by Jakobson for an entry in Enciclopedia Italiana in the 1970s (box 35, folders 76-78). In 1972 Jakobson had an opportunity to review his life in a long interview for French television. In the transcript of the interview Jakobson's reflections on his family, early life, studies, and development of his thoughts and interests further illuminate the career of one of the century's most influential linguists (box 36, folders 20-23).

Box Folder

Unidentified drafts 

31 13-19

Unidentified 

31 20

Early Poems 1908-1910 

31 21

Two Poems (Skol'ko rassypal oskolkov, Proshchanie slov) 1914 

31 22

Two Poems, draft (photocopy) 

31 23

Two Poems, correspondence 

31 24

Dialectological field notes circa 1915-1917 

31 25

Osnovnye tendentsii starocheshskogo "Lautgeschichte," notebook 1920s 

31 26

Development of Slavic Phonological Systems, notes 1930s 

31 27-28

Fonologiíà notebooks 1930s 

31 29-34

Fonologiíà notebook: "Pravení o Jinochu a Dívce" translated from Russian [see 1933e] 1930s 

31 35

Fonologiíà notebook: Fonemosochetaniíà 1930s 

31 36

Fonologiíà notebook: Fonologiíà inostrannykh slov 1930s 

31 37

Fonologiíà notebook: Peredacha fonem v russkom pis'me 1930s 

31 38

Fonologiíà notebooks 1930s 

31 39

Fonologiíà: Notes 1930s 

31 40-41

Materiali po metrike, notebooks 1930s 

31 42-43

Nezvalův "Vyrušovaný kontemplátor" a Demlovo "Zapomenuté světlo," drafts and notes 1930s 

31 44

Pushkin - Pikovaíà dama, seminar notes 1930s 

31 45

Rhythm in Prose, notes 1930s 

31 46

Vývoj spisovné ruštiny, lectures - manuscript 1930s 

31 47

Hláskové složení ruštiny, lectures in notebooks, the Masaryk University, Brno 1933-1934 

31 48-52

Hláskoslovný vývoj ruštiny, lectures in notebooks 1934-1935 

31 53-60

Srovnávací rozbor ruského a českého verše, lectures in notebooks 1934 

31 61-69

Česká středověká literatura, notes circa 1934 

31 70-71

Česká středověká poezie, lectures in notebook 1934 

31 72

Review of an unidentified book on the relation of the author and the hero circa 1935 

31 73

Úvod do studia ruštiny, lectures in notebooks 1935-1936 

31 74-75

Úvod do studia ruštiny, notes 1936-1937 

31 76

Nabroski k sravnitel'noǐ slavíànskoǐ poetike, draft (relates to "The Kernel," 1953f) circa 1936 

31 77

Nástin srovnávací slovanské poetiky (translated from Russian) circa 1936-1937 

31 78

Cyril a Metoděj, notes 1936-1937 

31 79-80

Česká literatura ranného středověku, lectures in notebooks 1936-1937 

31 81-82

Ruská deklinace, lectures in notebooks 1936-1937 

31 83

Ruská deklinace, lectures in notebooks 1936-1937 

32 1-3

Současný ruský spisovný jazyk, notebook (incomplete) circa 1936-1937 

32 4

Znachenie kirillomefodiǐstva v istorii chekhoslovatskoǐ kul'tury, lecture in notebook 1937 

32 5

Phonologie, draft in notebook (late 1930s) after 1934 

32 6

Die Struktur der Sprachlaute, research notebook 1938 

32 7

Der phonologische Atlas, draft (written in Norway) 1939-1940 

32 8

Der phonologische Atlas, related material 

119c 80

Development of Russian Vocabulary, notes 1940s 

32 9

Diachrony, draft in French 1940s 

32 10-14

Expressions of Kinship in Slavic Languages, notes 1940s 

32 15

Frantsuzskiǐ íàzyk i russkaíà revolutsiíà, lecture notes 1940s 

32 16-17

Imperative, draft in Czech - manuscript, (cf. 1965c) 1940s 

32 18

Imperative, draft in English - manuscript (cf. 1965c) 1940s 

32 19

Imperative, related material 1940s 

32 20

On Biblical Verse (Lamentations 4), notes 1940s 

32 21

The Idea of Self-Determination and Other Czech Medieval Contributions to the Western Culture, lecture outline 1940s 

32 22

Phonology, notes 1940s 

32 23-24

Russian Declension, lecture notes 1940s 

32 25-34

Russian Lexicology, notes 1940s 

32 35

Slavic Peoples, lecture notes 1940s 

32 36

Slovo o polku Igoreve: Íàzyk i orfografiíà Musin-Pushkinskoǐ rukopisi 1940s 

119c 81

Sovremennoe slavíànstvo, lecture notes 1940s 

32 37

Structural Linguistic Analysis, course notes 1940s 

32 38

Sur la collectivité, notes (école libre) 1940s 

32 39

Roman Jakobson's response at A. Baecklund's Ph.D. ceremony 1940 

119c 82

Das bulgarische verbal System 1941 

119c 83

Moyen âge Tchèque, manuscript 1942 

32 40-41

Slavic History, lecture at Yale University 1942 

32 42

Svátek Cyrila a Metoděje, speech, typescript 1942-1943 

32 43

Les allemands vué par les slaves: Manuscript 1943 February 

32 44

Les allemands vué par les slaves: Draft in Russian 1943 February 

32 45

O knize Egona Hostovského "Sedmkrát v hlavní úloze," manuscript of a lecture delivered at the Webster Library 1943 

32 46

O knize Egona Hostovského "Sedmkrát v hlavní úloze," manuscript of a lecture delivered at the Webster Library: Notes and related material 1943 

32 47

O knize Egona Hostovského "Sedmkrát v hlavní úloze," manuscript of a lecture delivered at the Webster Library: Correspondence 1943 

32 48

A Lecture on General Linguistics given at the Chicago University (?), a fragment of the draft 1943 

32 49

Sedmnáctý listopad, speech, typescript 1943 

32 50

La poésie tchécoslovaque, manuscript 1943-1944 

32 51

K výročím M. J. Husa a Cyrila a Metoděje, draft of a speech (?) 1943-1944 

32 52

Le brave soldat Schveyk, public lecture at École Libre, notes 1944 

32 53

Czechoslovak-French Relations After Munich 1938, typescript of a speech 1940s 

32 54

On "Zdravstvujte," manuscript 1943-1944 

32 55

Report to N. U. Graduate School about Leopold's Bilingual Child," typescript and background material 1944 

32 56

Amerikanskie motivy u Pushkina, notes circa 1945 

32 57

Interview on the Occasion of Establishment of Masaryk Chair at Columbia University 1946 

32 58

Slovanská studia v Americe, typescript 1946 

32 59

Slavic Studies in Czechoslovakia, notes 1946 

32 60

Speech on the Occasion of President T. G. Masaryk's Birthday, typescripts in Czech and English 1946 

32 61

V kulturním varu První republiky, typescript 1946 

32 62

Czechoslovak Literature of the 19th and 20th Century, lecture notes 1946-1947 

32 63-66

Early Slavic History, lecture notes circa 1946-1948 

32 67

Old Czech Literature, notes 1947 

32 68

Russkiǐ glagol, lecture series, transcript 1947 

32 69-71

Russkiǐ glagol, lecture series: Related material 1948 

32 72

French Phonology, notes circa 1948 

32 73-74

Introduction to Slavic Studies, lecture transcript (Columbia University) 1948 

32 75

Istoriíà russkogo íàzyka, course at Columbia Universtiy, transcript 1948 

32 76-78

Vvedenie v Slavíànovedenie, lecture transcripts (Columbia University) 1948 

32 79-80

Slovo o polku Igoreve, lecture transcript, seminar at Columbia University 1948-1950 (?) 

32 81-82

Review: History of Early Russian Literature by N. K. Gudzy, typescript 1949 

32 83

History of Russian Language, notes 1940-1950s 

32 84-86

Slavic Phonemes, lecture notes 1940-1950s 

33 1-6

Slavic Phonemes: Related material 

33 7

Slavic Phonemes: Correspondence 1946-1948 

33 8

"Sound and Meaning," outlines for the book 1940s-1950s 

33 9

"Sound and Meaning, Two Lectures on Form and Meaning," typescript 1940s 

33 10

"Sound and Meaning," Saussure, draft - typescript 1940s 

33 11

"Sound and Meaning, II: Code and Message," drafts - typescript 1955 

33 12-15

"Sound and Meaning, II: Code and Message": Notes 

33 16

"Sound and Meaning, II: Code and Message": Related material 

33 17

"Sound and Meaning, II: Code and Message": Correspondence 1953 

33 18

"Sound and Meaning," Chapter III (vs. Neogrammarians) draft - typescript, Sound as Constituent of Language, draft - manuscript 1940-1950s 

33 19-24

"Sound and Meaning," draft - incomplete - typescript 1955 

33 25

Ballads, notes and background material 1950s 

33 26

Changes in Phonological Systems, notes 1950s 

33 27-28

Christianization of Slavs, notes 1950s 

33 29-30

Comparative Morphology, lecture notes 1950s 

33 31-33

Czech Vowel Changes, lecture notes 1950s 

33 34

History of Linguistics, notes, lecture notes 1950s 

33 35-36

Linguistic Influences on Slavs, notes 1950s 

33 37-38

Linguistics and Poetics, lecture notes 1950s 

33 39

Language Development, lecture transcript (?) 

33 40-42

Phonemes as Linguistic, code - abstract 1950s 

33 43

Review of T. A. Rychinsky: Cranes on the Wing, typescript 1950s 

33 44

Russian Epic Tradition, notes 1950s 

33 45-49

The Russian Noun: Transcript of a course at Harvard 1950s 

33 50-52

The Russian Noun: Lecture notes 

33 53-57

The Russian Noun: Bibliography, notes 

33 58

Russian Sounds, lecture notes 1950s 

33 59-61

The Russian Verb, lecture notes 1950s 

33 62-71

Russkie Byliny: Background material and notes 1950s 

33 72-75

Russkie Byliny: Background material 1950s 

119c 84

Russkie Byliny: Parodiíà, notes 1950s 

34 1

Syntax, notes, related to the description of the Russian language, research project at Harvard 1950s 

34 2-5

Slovo, Vseslav, Zadonshchina, notes 1950s 

34 6-14

Les Éléments Deictiques de la Grammaire: Typescript, (cf. 1950c and 1957c) 1950 

34 15

Les Éléments Deictiques de la Grammaire: Draft, manuscript 

34 16

Les Éléments Deictiques de la Grammaire: Notes 

34 17-18

Phonemic Analysis and Acoustics, lecture notes 1950 

34 19

Poetics, notes for courses at Harvard 

34 20-21

Current Problems of Linguistics, series of eight lectures, outline, University of Michigan, Linguistics Institute 1951 

34 22

New Doctrines of Language in the Soviet Union: Lecture transcript 1951 

34 23

New Doctrines of Language in the Soviet Union: Draft 1951 

34 24

New Doctrines of Language in the Soviet Union: Bibliography and background material 

34 25

New Doctrines of Language in the Soviet Union: Notes 1949-1951 

34 26-27

New Doctrines of Language in the Soviet Union: Background material 1950 

34 28-29

Review: Archeologické rozhledy, edited by Jan Filip, typescript 1951 

34 30

Russian Phonology, notes circa 1951 

34 31-32

Russian Phonology, related material 

119c 85

Amerikanskoe íàzykoznanie, typescript, 1952 

34 33-34

Linguistic Testimonies on Infants and Aphasics, edited version of a lecture (Linguistic Remarks on Aphasia, Clark and Yale Universities ?) 1953 

34 35

On Vladimir Maíàkovskiǐ, transcript on a discussion at the Institute of World Literatures, Moscow 1956 

34 36

Synchronie a diachronie v jazykovědě: Lecture transcript 1957 

34 37

Synchronie a diachronie v jazykovědě: Conclusion of the discussion, transcript 1957 

34 38

Vliv literatury české na literaturu ruského ranného středověku, lecture transcript 1957 

34 39

Zásady strukturální analýzy, lecture - draft, transcript delivered at Charles University, Prague 1957 

34 40-42

An introductory speech to one of Roman Jakobson's lectures in Bulgaria 1958 or 1960 

34 43

The Languages of the Diaspora as a Particular Linguistic Problem, lecture transcript and notes 1958 

34 44

Morphological Inquiry into Slavic Declension – draft (manuscript), lecture at the International Congress of Slavists, Moscow 1958 September 2 

34 45

Morphological Inquiry into Slavic Declension, lecture transcript 1958 

34 46

O poetyckej funkcji jezykowych elementów - typescript, seminar in Krynica, Poland (2nd day) 1958 October 

34 47

La métrique Roumaine, fragment of a lecture, transcript 1959 

34 48

Seminar on the Comparative Method, outline and related material 

34 49

Morphology, lecture notes 1963 

34 50-53

Morphology, correspondence 1962 

34 54

Gaston Bachelard, notes 1960s 

34 55

Informational Model, lecture notes 1960s 

34 56
Box

Linguistic conference 1960s 

121

Roman Jakobson reciting in French "Oblako v shtanakh" by Maíàkovskií` and "Kuznechik" by Khlebnikov undated 

121

Art and Poetry, part 3 undated 

121

C'est a la fui de la bande 

121

Lecture on "Les Chats" undated 

121

Development of Russian Literary Tradition undated 

121
Box Folder

Linguistics, lecture notes 1960s 

34 57

Phonology, lecture notes 1960s 

34 58

Aphasia Institute Discussions, notes, Stanford University 1960 September 19-21 

34 59-60

Aphasia Institute Discussions, edited transcript 1960 

34 61

Desbordes - Valmore, notes circa 1961 

34 62
Box

Implications of Language Universals for Linguistics 1961 April 15 

121
Box Folder

Old Church Slavonic Poetry, lecture notes 1961-1964 

34 63

Father Dvornik's Study of the Lives of Sts. Constantine and Methodius, notes and correspondence 1962 

34 64

Phonemes as Linguistic Code, lecture and discussion transcript (Neurosciences Research Program, proceedings of the 3rd day, American Academy of Arts and Science, Brookline, Massachusetts) 1962 August 22 

34 65

Conference on Speech, Language and Communication, Los Angeles: Lecture transcript (incomplete) 1963 November 10-13 

34 66

Conference on Speech, Language and Communication, Los Angeles (November 10-13, 1963): Notes 

34 67

Zvukovoǐ sostav slavíànskikh okonchaniǐ v drevnosti i sovremennosti - paper for the Vth Slavic Congress - notes and abstract 1963 

34 68

Icons and Symbols, lecture notes 1964 (?) 

34 69

René Char, notes circa 1964 

34 70

Saussurian and Contemporary Linguistics (Quest for the Essence of Language), draft of a lecture delivered at the Catholic University 1966 March 

34 71

Eugenio Montvale, a study planned for Selected Writings III, notes, background material, and correspondence 1966 

34 72-73

Lexical and Grammatical Meaning, lecture at UCLA, notes by Linda R. Waugh 1966 

34 74

The Problem of Meaning in Modern Linguistics, lecture abstract 1966 

34 75

The Role of Phonic Elements in Speech Perception, lecture at the International Congress of Psychology, Moscow 1966 August 8 

34 76

Signatum and Designatum, lecture draft, Colloque International de Sémiologie, Kazimierz 1966 September 13 

34 77

Some Questions of Linguistic Semantics, lecture notes (Institute of Russian Language, Academy of Science, Moscow) 1966 August 12 

34 78

Speech on the occasion of receiving honorary degree of "Universita di Roma" 1966 

34 79

Crucial Questions of Language, lecture notes and abstract, Tokyo 1967 August 

34 80

II International Seminar in Linguistic Theory, Tokyo: Lectures 1-10 and the first day evening lecture 1967 

34 81-91

II International Seminar in Linguistic Theory, Tokyo: Lectures in Tokyo, notes 1967 

34 92

Linguistics in its relation to the Natural Sciences, lecture transcript 1967 

34 93

Marina Tsvetaeva - "Pis'mo," notes and background material, 1967 

34 94-96

Marina Tsvetaeva - "Pis'mo," criticism of Karlinsky's approach 1967 

35 1

Rhyme, Browning and Concrete Poetry, notes circa 1967 

35 2

Vmesto epigrafa, introduction to Russian Selected Writings: Typescript 1967 

35 3

Vmesto epigrafa, introduction to Russian Selected Writings: Draft 1967 

35 4

Vmesto epigrafa, introduction to Russian Selected Writings: Notes 

35 5

Biological Foundations for Language, notes from the Conference at the Salk Institute 1968 

35 6-7

Functions and Styles, lecture notes 1968 (?) 

35 8

In the Quest of Distinctive Features, draft, typescript 1968 (?) 

35 9

Pasternak i Esenin, notes for a study 1968 

35 10
Box

Poetics and Linguistics: Shakespeare, Blake, Yeats 1968 October 21 to December 9 

121
Box Folder

Revolution and Continuity in the Study of Language, review of the Conference, Newberry Library, Chicago 1968 

35 11

Concluding remarks at the "Language, Symbol, Reality" Symposium 1969 

35 12

Concluding remarks at the "Language, Symbol, Reality" Symposium: Notes 

35 13

Fundamental Characteristics of Human Language (?), lecture notes, Salk, Biological Foundations for Language 1969 July 7-11 

35 14
Box

Sound and Meaning, Princeton 1969 October 9 to December 11 

122
Box Folder

The Path from Infancy to Language, two lectures delivered at the Clark University: Draft 1969 March 6-7 

35 25

The Path from Infancy to Language, two lectures delivered at the Clark University: Lecture transcript 1969 March 6-7 

35 16-17
Box

The Path from Infancy to Language, two lectures delivered at the Clark University: Taped lecture 1969 March 6-7 

121
Box Folder

Some Linguistic Remarks on Aphasia, lecture notes, 7th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, Boston 1969 September 30 

34 18

Speech at the Symposium on Constantine the Philosopher, transcript, Prague, Charles University 1969 

34 19

Speeches delivered at the University of Zagreb (300th Anniversary), manuscript 1969 

34 20
Box

Laszlo Dezsö's interview with Roman Jakobson, Debrecen 1970s 

122
Box Folder

Stikhi i o stikhe, notes 1960-1970s 

35 21

A. S. Pushkin, lecture notes (open vistas in poetry) 1970s 

35 22-27

The Build-up and Downfall of Language: Draft 1970s 

35 28

The Build-up and Downfall of Language: Notes 1970s 

35 29

The Build-up and Downfall of Language: Lecture notes 1970s 

35 30-31

Chomsky, Halle, lecture notes 1970s 

35 32

History of Linguistics: Saussure, lecture notes 1970s 

35 33-34

History of Linguistics: Notes 1970s 

35 35-41

History of Linguistics: References, notes 1970s 

35 42

History of Linguistics: Notes and related material 1970s 

35 43

Linguistics: Notes 1970s 

35 44-52

Linguistics: Lecture notes 1970s 

35 53-54

Linguistics: Notes 1970s 

35 55-57

Metrics, notes 1970s 

35 58-59

Phonetics and Phonology, lecture notes 1970s 

35 60-61

Poetics, notes 1970s 

35 62-64

Semantics: Notes 1970s 

35 65

Semantics: Lecture notes 1970s 

35 66

Semantics: Notes 1970s 

35 67-68

"Skira" book: Notes 1970s 

35 69-71

"Skira" book: Background material 1970s 

35 72-73

"Skira" book: Visual material 

35 74

"Skira" book: Correspondence 1970-1973 

35 75

Structuralism: Typescript (written for Enciclopedia Italiana) 1970s 

35 76

Structuralism: Draft (manuscript) 1970s 

35 77

Structuralism: Related material 1970s 

35 78

Structuralism: Notes 

36 1-13

Structuralism: Related material 

36 14

Structuralism: Correspondence 

36 15

La constitution du langage, lecture note, McGill University, Montreal 1970 

36 16

Language and Other Sign Systems, lecture notes, University of Chicago 1970 March 12 

36 17

Creative Power of Language, lecture notes, Brown University 1971 

36 18
Box

Lecture on Shakespeare, Brown University 1971 April 22 

122
Box Folder

Russian Stress, notes 1971-1972 

36 19

Archives du XX-éme siecle: Interview with Roman Jakobson for French Television, transcript 1972 December 28 

36 20-23

Archives du XX-éme siecle: Interview with Roman Jakobson for French Television: Transcript edited by Jakobson 

119c 86

Archives du XX-éme siecle: Interview with Roman Jakobson for French Television: Correspondence 

36 24

Les caractères primordiaux du langage invariance et variations, draft of the first lecture at Collège de France 1972 

36 25

L'Express interview with Roman Jakobson, transcript 1972 

36 26

Four seminars on linguistics, stylistics, poetics and semiotics at Catholic University, Louvain, transcript 1972 February 

36 27-28

Lectures delivered at the Instituto de Alta Cultura, Lisbon, Portugal 1972 Novemberr 20-30 

36 29

La place de la sémantique les problems linguistiques, lecture notes, Collège de France 1972 December 

36 30

The Polish Linguistic School, lecture notes, MIT 1972 April 10 

36 31

The Polish Linguistic School, lecture, MIT: Correspondence 1972 

36 32

Der Lebensweg eines Sprachforschers, four lectures for the Zürich Radio 1974 August to October 

36 33-34

On Majakovskij, Interview for Sveriges Radio's program on Maíàkovkiǐ, typescript 1974 

36 35

Les problémes actuels de la poétique, lecture notes, Madrid 1974 May 21 

36 36

Tradition et innovation dans la science du langage, lecture notes 1974 May 22 

36 37

The Twentieth Century in European and American Linguistics, lecture at LSA Symposium in New York City 1974 December 27 

36 38

Comparative Indo-european Mythology, lecture transcript 1975 

36 39

From Infancy to Language, lecture notes, Oxford Unversity 1975 May 17 

36 40

From Infancy to Language: Lecture notes, Lund University 1975 

36 41

From Infancy to Language: Miscellaneous lecture notes 

36 42-47
Box

Lectures on Slavic Paganism, Harvard University, 1975 (tape no. 2 missing) 1975 

122
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Slavic Mythology, transcript of lecture no. 1 1975 

36 48

The Ultimate Constituents of Language and Their Interrelation, lecture summary, abstracts and notes, Lund University, University of Stockholm, Norwegian Society of Linguistics 1975 

36 49-51

N. S. Trubetzkoy: Then and Now, lecture notes, Yale University 1976 April 5 

36 52

Remarks on Structuralism, lecture notes, SUNY-Buffalo, The Catholic University 1976 

36 53

The Six Decades of Linguistics I Have Witnessed, lecture notes, MIT and Boston University 1976 

36 54

Three Lectures on Structuralism, lecture notes, Bergen University 1976 September 6-11 

36 55-56
Box

Bengt Jangfeldt's interview with Roman Jakobson, Cambridge (February 4 to March 2), Ljugam (June 14) 1977 

122
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Present Vistas of Linguistic Sciences, lecture notes, MIT 1977 May 10 

36 57

Review of Jan Mukařovský's Volumes, notes, background material, articles by Mukařovský, correspondence 1977 

36 58-69

Der Eigenart der Sprachlaute, lecture draft 1978 

36 70

Der Eigenart der Sprachlaute: Notes 

36 71

Forty Years of Distinctive Features, lecture notes 1979 

36 72

Jost Wintelers Platz in der Geschichte der Linguistik, typescript 1979 

36 73

Unusual Paths of Russian Language, Literature and Culture, lecture notes, Wellesley College 1980 

36 74-80
Box

Unusual Paths of Russian Language, Literature and Culture: Wellesley College lectures 1980 February-March 

122
Box Folder

Speech on the occasion of receiving the A. Fetrinelli Prize, typescript and draft, Rome 1981 

37 1-2
Box

Wellesley College lecture 1982 April 14 

122
Box Folder

Typology of Natural Languages, lecture notes, Rome 1981 January 

37 3

Animal Communication, notes from a conference at Michigan University undated 

37 4

Aphasia, notes undated 

37 5

Comments on Sefer ha-Šoham by Benj. Klar undated 

37 6

Dichotomies in Language, notes undated 

37 7

Lev Tolstoy, Kazaki, notes undated 

37 8

Lev Tolstoy, Kazaki, backbround material undated 

37 9

Linguistics, notes undated 

37 10-20

The Moscow Linguistic School, notes undated 

37 21-22

Mythology, background material undated 

37 23

Mythology, notes: Bibliography undated 

37 24-27

Mythology, notes: Chernobog undated 

37 28

Mythology, notes: Demonology undated 

37 29

Mythology, notes: Demonology, Rarog undated 

37 30

Mythology, notes: Demonology, Svarog undated 

37 31

Mythology, notes: Div”, Bog undated 

37 32-35

Mythology, notes: German undated 

37 36

Mythology, notes: Idols undated 

37 37

Mythology, notes: Kh"rs" undated 

37 38

Mythology: Lecture notes undated 

37 39-40

Mythology: Miscellaneous notes undated 

37 41

Mythology, notes: Perun undated 

37 42-46

Mythology, notes: Poetics and sound symbolism undated 

37 47

Mythology, notes: Rod, Mokosh',Triglav undated 

37 48

Mythology, notes: Sanctuaries, graves undated 

37 49

Mythology, notes: Stribog undated 

37 50

Mythology, notes: Svetovit undated 

37 51

Mythology, notes: Taboo undated 

37 52

Mythology, notes: Terminology undated 

37 53-54

Mythology, notes: Vahagn undated 

37 55-56

Mythology, notes: Veles undated 

37 57-60

A paper edited by Roman Jakobson (Paul M. Waszink: "Metaphor and Metonymy") undated 

37 61

Poetics, notes undated 

37 62-63

The Polish Linguistic School, draft, undated 

37 64

The Polish Linguistic School: Notes undated 

37 65-68

The Polish Linguistic School: Notes undated 

38 1-3

"Prague Linguistic Circle: A Collage" by Milada Součková, edited by Jakobson undated 

38 4

Prosody, notes undated 

38 5-7

Psychology, notes undated 

38 8-9

Semiotics, a lecture transcript undated 

38 10

The Structural Principles of the Verbal Code, draft undated 

38 11

Unidentified notes undated 

38 12-21

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 Series 7.  Writings and Speeches about Roman Jakobson 

Scope and Contents note

This series contains a wide-ranging assortment of articles and reviews from newspapers and journals from all over the world and provides a rich source of information about Jakobson's life, work, and importance in the academic community. The series covers the period from 1921, when Jakobson went to Czechoslovakia as a member of the first Soviet mission, to his death in 1982. Many of the newspaper articles, printed on rapidly deteriorating paper, were copied onto more permanent paper and the originals destroyed. The material is arranged chronologically.

The earliest review of Jakobson's work that appears in the collection concerns "Noveǐshaíà russkaíà poeziíà" (New Russian Poetry) and was published in Riga in 1921. The first Czech review of Jakobson's work, "The Influence of the Revolution on Russian Language," judged the work "interesting, illuminating, and witty," but expressed some mistrust of Jakobson as a member of the first Soviet mission to Czechoslovakia (box 38, folder 27). This suspicion is particularly apparent in reviews of his first significant work on verse, "O cheshskom stikhe", 1923 and 1926, in which he analyzed Russian and Czech verse. He used a new linguistic analytic method showing that it is fixed stress versus free stress that determines the character of verse, radically opposing previous prosodic theories (box 38, folders 29 & 31). As the review articles reflect increasing respect for Jakobson's scholarly contributions, the mistrust disappears.

Throughout the 1920s and 1930s Jakobson's work as a linguist won him the support and appreciation of the Czech scholarly community. His rehabilitation of the literature and art of the Middle Ages in his edition of "Spor duše s tělem, O nebezpečném času smrti" (Two Poems on Death) was hailed by Arne Novak in 1927 as "excellent pioneering work, written with profound understanding" (box 38, folder 32).

Political issues continued to surface occasionally, as in 1929, when an article in the conservative Narodni Listy (the National Newspaper) questioned Jakobson's election to the Slavic Institute on scholarly and political grounds; he was accused of being a Soviet agent (box 38, folder 34). Jakobson sued and the paper was forced to retract its accusation.

Favorable reviews from the 1930s describe Jakobson's activities during the period, applauding his work on Vaclav Hanka, poetry of the Hussite era, Pushkin, and his lecture on medieval literature given at Brno (box 38, folder 35-38). An announcement from 1934 hails his appointment at Masaryk University: "...with special satisfaction we announce the appointment of outstanding Slavist Dr. Roman Jakobson..." (box 38, folder 39). Throughout the period reviews and articles reveal the recognition and appreciation Jakobson received for his improvements in theories on Czech verse, the new approach to medieval literature, and his achievements in linguistics.

Although Jakobson arrived in New York in 1941, most reviews and articles from the early 1940s continued to be found in Czech sources. But by the late 1940s Jakobson was firmly established in the United States as reviews of La Geste du Prince Igor from the United States and around the world demonstrate (box 38, folder 54). Reviews from international scholarly journals are also included in the collection.

A news report in New Yorské Listy in January 1949 gives details of a car accident in which Jakobson broke both legs and was left lying in the snow for over an hour until help arrived, with only whiskey as first aid (box 38, folder 55).

Articles and reviews of Jakobson's work increase in number considerably in the 1960s as he began to spend part of each year abroad teaching and lecturing. Much of the material is from countries he visited during this period, including the Soviet Union. Although he was well received there and visited the country every two years until 1980, the only article we have, which appeared in Literaturnaíà gazeta in 1964, is hostile and derogatory.

The largest amount of material appears at his death in 1982. Articles, obituaries, and speeches about Jakobson commemorate his life and contributions to academia (box 39, folders 15-23). Some of these memorial speeches are preserved on tape recordings.

Besides articles and reviews, the series includes drafts of articles about him, some of which were never published. These drafts, sent to Jakobson for comments, are scattered throughout the series and include writings from such authors as Malmberg, C. H. Bergstrom, and A.W. de Groot (e.g., box 38, folder 57). Books written about Jakobson have been removed from the papers and catalogued into the Institute Archives Tech Collection.

Box Folder

Undated writings about Jakobson 

38 22

Undated writings about Jakobson 

119c 87

"Roman Jakobson's Cooperation with Scandinavian Linguists" by A. Baecklund-Ehler, typescript undated 

38 23

"Roman Jakobson's Cooperation with Scandinavian Linguists" by A. Baecklund-Ehler typescript: Draft edited by Jakobson undated 

38 24

"Roman Jakobson's Cooperation with Scandinavian Linguists" by A. Baecklund-Ehler typescript: List of references edited by Jakobson undated 

38 25

"ÍÙbileinyǐ sbornik v chest' Romana Osipovicha` ÍÀkobsona," typescript edited by Jakobson undated 

38 26

Writings about Jakobson 1921-1933 

38 27-38

Writings about Jakobson: Collection of review quotations 1921-1933 

119c 88

Writings about Jakobson 1934-1944 

38 39-49

Writings about Jakobson: Selections from earlier articles, reviews etc., typed 1944 

38 50

Writings about Jakobson 1945-1950, 1952, 1954-1968 

38 51-72

Writings about Jakobson 1968-1982 

39 1-19

Writings about Jakobson 1979 

119c 89

Radio programs 1982 

39 20
Box

Jakobson's obituary by Richard Elman 1982 

122

Speech by V.V. Ivanov, Moscow 1982 

122
Box Folder

Writings about Jakobson 1983 

39 21-22
Box

Symposium on Jakobson 1984 October 

122
Box Folder

Writings about Jakobson 1985 

39 23

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 Series 8. Correspondence 

Scope and Contents note

This series was formed by combining several correspondence files Jakobson maintained at different times. The series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent, with a few subjects interspersed. Topic files remain in General Correspondence. Material related to specific series, such as teaching, societies, and foreign universities, have remained with the appropriate series, but there is some overlapping and both correspondence and the other series should be checked. This series, which is self-indexing, is not included in the Index of Correspondents.

The series is divided into three subseries: General Correspondence, Correspondence with Publishers, and Letters of Recommendation.

 Subseries 8A.  General Correspondence 

Scope and Contents note

As most of Jakobson's papers were destroyed when he fled Czechoslovakia in 1939, there is little correspondence from the pre-war period, with the exception of some letters to Otokar Fischer (box 41, page 25), which were copied and preserved for unknown reasons. Correspondence with N. S. Trubetzkoy, which was published in 1975(h), can be found in Published Writings (box 123).

Most of the correspondence dates from Jakobson's arrival in the United States. The list of correspondents reveals the breadth and diversity of Jakobson's network among American and international scholars, and provides a sense of his influence on linguistics, on the development of Slavic studies, and on the academic community.

Jakobson maintained a long-term correspondence with a number of colleagues. Letters between Jakobson and Ernest Simmons during the 1940s and 1950s describe Jakobson's experiences at Columbia University and the establishment of the Thomas G. Masaryk Chair of Czechoslovak Studies (box 46, folders 13-16). A lengthy correspondence with Roger G. Wasson during the 1950s describes their mutual efforts to promote Slavic studies in the United States, including the establishment of The Committee for the Promotion of Slavic Studies. A considerable portion of the exchange is devoted to a discussion of the etymology of mushroom names, which was essential to Wasson's publication on Amanita muscaria (box 47, folders 10-17).

Over the years Jakobson corresponded with many linguists and other scholars on all continents. Many of the individuals included in this section were once students of Jakobson, and he continued to correspond with them throughout their careers.

Box Folder

Unidentified correspondence 

39 24-28

A - Ag 

39 29

Ah - Al 

39 30

Am 

39 31

An - And 

39 32

Ane - Aq 

39 33

Ar - Ase 

39 34

Ash - Az 

39 35

Abernathy 

39 36

Acta Linguistica 

39 37

Arsen'ev 

39 38

Ashton 

39 39

Austerlitz 

39 40

B - Balac 

39 41

Balak - Ban 

39 42

Bar - Bas 

40 1

Bat - Bea 

40 2

Bec - Bell 

40 3

Bella - Ben 

40 4

Ber - Berli 

40 5

Berm - Bez 

40 6

Bi - Bil 

40 7

Bin - Blac 

40 8

Blak - Bloc 

40 9

Blok - Blu 

40 10

Bo - Bona 

40 11

Boni - Bou 

40 12

Bow - Bre 

40 13

Bri - Broc 

40 14

Brod - Browe 

40 15

Brown 

40 16

Bru - Bul 

40 17

Bun - Byz 

40 18

Berlstein 

40 19

Bloch 

40 20

Bogatyrev 

40 21

Bonfante 

40 22

Brik 

40 23

Bröndal, R. 

40 24

Bröndal, V. 

40 25

Bundy 

40 26

Burgi 

40 27

C - Calif 

40 28

Cam 

40 29

Can - Carr 

40 30

Cars - Cer 

40 31

Ces - Cha 

40 32

Che - Chi 

40 33

Chl - Ci 

40 34

Cl 

40 35

Co - Coll 

40 36

Com - Cosl 

40 37

Cosm - Cox 

40 38

Cr - Cz 

40 39

Cantineau 

40 40

Cassierer 

40 41

Chalupa: S.J. Ragosin - Correspondence regarding František Chalupa 1924-1925 

119c 90

Chalupa: Documents and correspondence 1857-1925 

119c 91

Chalupa: Correspondence 1882-1887 

119c 92

Chalupa: Fragments circa 1874 

119c 93

Chao 

40 42

Cheremeteff 

40 43

Cherry 

40 44

Čiževska, L. 

40 45-46

Čiževska, D. 

40 47

Cocron 

40 48

Colaclides 

40 49

Columbia University/ Columbia University Libraries/ Columbia University Press 

40 50

D - Dan 

40 51

Dar - Dem 

40 52

Den - Did 

40 53

Die - Dl 

40 54

Dob - Doro 

40 55

Dors - Dr 

41 1

Du 

41 2

Dv - Dz 

41 3

Dawson 

41 4

Dodd 

41 5-6

Dostál 

41 7

Dostert 

41 8

Dunham 

41 9

Dvorník 

41 10-11

E - Ek 

41 12

El 

41 13

Em - Er 

41 14

Es - Ez 

41 15

Edgerton 

41 16-17

Erlich 

41 18-20

F - Fan 

41 21

Far - Faz 

41 22

Fe 

41 23

Fi 

41 24

Fl 

41 25

Fo 

41 26

Fra - Fre 

41 27

Fri 

41 28

Fru - Fu 

41 29

Fant 

41 30

Fassett 

41 31

Ferrell 

41 32-34

Fischer, Otokar 1925-1937 

41 35

Fischer-Jørgensen 

41 36

Florovsky 

41 37

Folejewski 

41 38

Fónagy 

41 39

Fortes 

41 40

G - Garb 

41 41

Gard - Geo 

41 42

Ger - Ges 

41 43

Gh - Gl 

41 44

Go - Gon 

41 45

Goo - Gos 

41 46

Gou - Gov 

41 47

Gra - Green 

41 48

Greet - Gry 

41 49

Gs - Gui 

41 50

Gul - Gv 

41 51

Garvin 

41 52-53

Gibian 

41 54

Gimbutas 

41 55

Grabar 

41 56

Greenberg 

41 57

Grégoire, A./ Grégoire, Ch./ Grégoire E. 

41 58

Grégoire, H. 

41 59

de Groot 

41 60-62

Gurian 

42 1

H - Hah 

42 2

Hal 

42 3

Ham 

42 4

Han 

42 5

Hap - Har 

42 6

Has - Hau 

42 7

Hav - Haz 

42 8

Hea - Hen 

42 9

Hep - Hez 

42 10

Hi - Hn 

42 11

Ho - Holmer 

42 12

Holmes - Hos 

42 13

Hou - Hy 

42 14

Hammerich 

42 15

Hamp 

42 16

Harkins 

42 17

Harris 

42 18

Haugen 

42 19

Havránek, B./ Havránek, Z. 

42 20

Hill, A. A. 

42 21

Hitchcock 

42 22

Hjelmslev 

42 23

Høeg 

42 24

Holenstein, D./ Holenstein, E. 

42 25

Hymes 

42 26

I - Ins 

42 27

Int - Iz 

42 28

Isačenko 

42 29

Ivanov, V. V. 

42 30

Ivić M./ Ivić P. 

42 31

J - Jah 

42 32

Jak - Jan 

42 33

Jap - Jay 

42 34

Je - Ji 

42 35

Jof - Joo 

42 36

Jos - Ju 

42 37

Jacobs 

42 38

Jagoditsch 

42 39

Josselson 

42 40-41

K - Kap 

42 42

Kar - Kaz 

42 43

Kea - Kenn 

42 44

Kent - Kiz 

42 45

Kl - Kn 

42 46

Koc - Kop 

42 47

Kor - Koz 

42 48

Kra 

42 49

Kre - Krz 

42 50

Ku - Ky 

42 51

Kaiser 

42 52-53

Karpovich 

43 1-2

Kawamoto 

43 3

Kiparsky, P./ Kiparsky, V. 

43 4

Kiparsky, P. 

119c 73

Kluckhorn 

43 5

Kondratov 

43 6

Konovalov, S. 

43 7

Koyré 

43 8

Krader, B./ Krader, L. 

43 9

Kridl 

43 10

Kučera 

43 11

Kurath 

43 12

Kuryłowicz 

43 13

L - Lanc 

43 14

Land - Lani 

43 15

Lant - Laz 

43 16

Lea - Lehn 

43 17

Leho - Lej 

43 18

Lek - Lenn 

43 19

Lens - Les 

43 20

Lev - Lez 

43 21

Lh - Lig 

43 22

Lih - Ll 

43 23

Lob - Lom 

43 24

Lon - Loz 

43 25

Lub - Lur 

43 26

Lut - Ly 

43 27

Lacan, J./ Lacan, S. 

43 28

Leach 

43 29

Lednicki 

43 30

Leopold 

43 31

Leslau, C./ Leslau, W. 

43 32

Lévi-Strauss 

43 33-34

Liehm 

43 35

Likhachev 

43 36

Lord 

43 37

Lotz 

43 38

M - Macl 

43 39

Macm - Mah 

43 40

Mai - Mand 

43 41

Manf - Marc 

43 42

Marci - Mark 

43 43

Maro - Marv 

43 44

Mas 

43 45

Mat - May 

43 46

Mea - Men 

43 47

Mer - Mez 

43 48

Mic 

43 49

Mid - Milla 

43 50

Mille - Ming 

43 51

Mini - Ml 

43 52

Mod - Mok 

43 53

Mol - More 

44 1

Morg - Mose 

44 2

Moss - Mr 

44 3

Muc - Mul 

44 4

Mun - My 

44 5

McLean 

44 6

Mágr 

44 7

Malkiel 

44 8

Malyshev 

44 9

Mareš 

44 10

Markov 

44 11

Martinet 

44 12

Maslenikov 

44 13

Matejka 

44 14

Mayenowa 

44 15

Meillet, A. 1929 

44 16

Mel'čuk 

44 17

Menges, K. H./ Menges, N. 

44 18

Mirkine-Guetzevitch 

44 19

Na 

44 20

Nea - Neu 

44 21

New 

44 22

Ni 

44 23

Nob - Nos 

44 24

Not - Ny 

44 25

Nezval, Vítězslav - two poems for Roman Jakobson (manuscript) 

119c 94

O - Od 

44 26

Oe - Oq 

44 27

Or - Ost 

44 28

Osw - Oz 

44 29

P - Pan 

44 30

Pap - Pas 

44 31

Pat - Pen 

44 32

Pet - Pf 

44 33

Ph - Pi 

44 34

Pl - Pok 

44 35

Pol 

44 36

Pom - Por 

44 37

Pos - Poz 

44 38

Pra - Pri 

44 39

Pro - Puh 

44 40

Pul - Puz 

44 41

Picchio, R. 

44 42

Poggiolo 

44 43

44 44

R - Ram 

44 45

Ran - Rau 

44 46

Rav - Reh 

44 47

Rei 

44 48

Rem - Riv 

44 49

Rob - Rom 

44 50

Ron - Roy 

45 1

Rub - Ruk 

45 2

Rum - Ry 

45 3

Ragosin 

45 4

de Ridder 

45 5

Ripka, H./ Ripka, N. 

45 6

Rosen, E. K. 

45 7

Rosetti 

45 8

Ross, J. R. 

45 9

Rubenstein, H. 

45 10

Rudy, W. 

45 11

Ruwet 

45 12

Ružičić 

45 13

S - Sal 

45 14

Sam - Sar 

45 15

Sas - Sav 

45 16

Saw - Sche 

45 17

Schi -Schm 

45 18

Schn - Sco 

45 19

Se 

45 20

Sf - Sha 

45 21

Shc - Shi 

45 22

Shn - Sima 

45 23

Sime - Sj 

45 24

Sk - Sla 

45 25

Sle - Sme 

45 26

Smi - Soc 

45 27

Sof - Sol 

45 28

Sor - Sov 

45 29

Sp - Sr 

45 30

St - Stani 

45 31

Stank - Staro 

45 32

Starr - Staw 

45 33

Ste - Ster 

45 34

Stev - Sti 

45 35

Sto 

45 36

Stra 

45 37

Stre - Stro 

45 38

Stru - Stu 

45 39

Su 

45 40

Sv - Swe 

45 41

Swi - Sz 

45 42

St. Clair-Sobell 

45 43

Salzmann 

45 44

Savicky, P.N. 

45 45

Savicky, P.N. 

119c 95

Schaff 

45 46

Schapiro, Meyer 

45 47

Schenker, A. 

45 48

van Schooneveld, C. H./ van Schooneveld E. 

45 49-53

Sebeok, T. 

46 1-4

Seiler 

46 5

Semiotics: A - L 1961-1973 

46 6

Semiotics: M - Z 1961-1973 

46 7

Senn 

46 8

Šerech 

46 9

Setschkareff 

46 10

Ševčenko 

46 11

Shelly, M. 

46 12

Simmons, E. J. 

46 13-16

Skendi 

46 17

Soloviev 

46 18

Sommerfelt, Alf/ Sommerfelt, Aimee 

46 19-21

Springer, G. P. 

46 22

Stankiewicz 

46 23

Stegagno Picchio 

46 24

Steinitz, R./ Steinitz, W. 

46 25

Stenbok-Fermor, E./ Stenbok-Fermor, I. 

46 26

Stender-Petersen 

46 27

Stern, R.R. 

46 28

Strunk 

46 29

Šturm, R. 

46 30

Szeftel 

46 31-32

T - Tat 

46 33

Tau - Tay 

46 34

Te 

46 35

Th 

46 36

Ti - Tol 

46 37

Tom - Toy 

46 38

Tr - Trn 

46 39

Tro - Ts 

46 40

Tu - Tv 

46 41

Tw - Ty 

46 42

Taranovski 

46 43-44

Trubetzkoy, V. P. 

46 45

U - Un 

46 46

Ur - Uy 

46 47

V - Val 

46 48

Van - Vaz 

46 49

Ve 

46 50

Vi - Vl 

46 51

Vo - Vy 

46 52

Vernadsky, G. V. 

46 53-54

Vinogradov, V. V. 

46 55

Voegelin, C. F. 

46 56-57

Wa 

47 1

We - Weins 

47 2

Weint - Welle 

47 3

Wells - Wer 

47 4

Wes - Wh 

47 5

Wi - Wil 

47 6

Wim - Wl 

47 7

Wo 

47 8

Wr - Wy 

47 9

Wasson, R. G. 1946-1948 

47 10

Wasson, R. G. 1949-1951 

47 11

Wasson, R. G. 1952-1953 

47 12

Wasson, R. G. 1954-1957 

47 13

Wasson, R. G. 1958-1980 

47 14

Wasson, R. G.: Etymology of mushroom names 1946-1950 

47 15

Wasson, R. G.: Etymology of mushroom names 1951-1971 

47 16

Wasson, R. G.: Etymology of mushroom names (Includes a paper by V. N. Toporov and a reprint by Marie Majtanová) 1977-1980 

47 17

Wasson, V. P. 

47 18

Weinreich, Max 

47 19-20

Weinreich, U. 

47 21

Wellek, R. 

47 22

Whatmough 

47 23-24

Whitfield, F. 

47 25

Wilson, T. J. 

47 26

Worth, D. S. 

47 27

Ya 

47 28

Ye - Yu 

47 29

Yourieff 

47 30

Z - Zar 

47 31

Zav - Zg 

47 32

Zh - Zu 

47 33

Zil'bershtein 

47 34

Zółkiewski 

47 35

Zollinger 

47 36

Zvegintsev 

47 37

Zwirner 

47 38

Invitations 1962, 1963, 1965-1982 

47 39-58

Publication exchange 

47 59

Reprint mailing list 

47 60-61

 Subseries 8B.  Correspondence with Publishers 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries documents Jakobson's relationships with the publishing houses, translators, and editors of books and journals who disseminated the work of this very prolific scholar. Correspondence includes requests for articles and anthologies, publishing agreements, and financial information. Several reviews and other articles originally interfiled with the correspondence have been refiled in the Reprints series.

Correspondence and agreements document Jakobson's longstanding relationships with two publishers in particular. Correspondence with the MIT Press, publisher of Sound and Meanings and  Dialogues, spans the period from 1952 to 1982 (box 50, folder 29-38). Most of Jakobson's other major works, including  Child's Language and the eight volumes of  Selected Writings, were published by Mouton (box 48, folders 29-53).

Box Folder

Articles 

48 1

Festschriften 

48 2

Requests for rights 

48 3

Reviews 

48 4

Arabic publishers 

48 5-6

Argentinian publishers 

48 7

Belgian publishers 

48 8

Brazilian publishers: Editôra Cultrix 

48 9

Brazilian publishers: Editôra Perspectiva 

48 10

Brazilian publishers: Other publishers 

48 11

British Publishers: Cambridge University Press 

48 12

British Publishers: The Clarendon Press (Oxford)/ Oxford University Press 

48 13

British Publishers: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 

48 14

British Publishers: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 

119c 96

British Publishers: The Harvester Press Ltd. 

48 15

British Publishers: The Harvester Press Ltd. 

119c 97

British Publishers: Jonathan Cape Ltd. 

48 16

British Publishers: Macmillan & Co. Ltd. (London) 

48 17

British Publishers: Penguin Books Ltd. (England) 

48 18

British Publishers: SEFT / SCREEN 

48 19

British Publishers: The Times Literary Supplement 

48 20

British Publishers: Other publishers 

48 21

Bulgarian publishers 

48 22

Canadian publishers 

48 23

Czechoslovak Publishers 

48 24

Czechoslovak Publishers: Notes for a publication project 1960s 

48 25

Danish publishers: The Nature Method Center 1965-1967 

48 26

Danish publishers: Other publishers 

48 27

Dutch publishers: D. Reidel Publishing Company 

48 28

Dutch publishers: Mouton 1966-1976 

48 29-37

Dutch publishers: Mouton/ de Gruyter 1977-1982 

48 38-40

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Agreements 

48 41

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Copyrights 

48 42

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Selected Writings, Vol. 2 

48 43

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Selected Writings, Vol. 5 

48 44

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Selected Writings, Vol. 6 

48 45

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Selected Writings, Vol. 3 

48 46

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Selected Writings, Vol. 6 (Stephen Rudy) 

48 47

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Selected Writings, Vol. 7 

48 48

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Poetics 

48 49

Dutch publishers: Mouton - Semiotica 

48 50

Dutch publishers: Mouton - IJSLP (  International Journal of Slavic Linguistics & Poetics) 1963-1982 

48 51-53

Dutch publishers: Peter de Ridder Press/ IJSLP 1974-1975 

48 54-55

Dutch publishers: North Holland Publishing Company 

48 56

Dutch publishers: Other publishers 

48 57

Festschrift invitations: Andreyev - Florovsky 1967-1982 

48 58

Festschrift invitations: Gasparini - Hüttle-Folter 

48 59

Festschrift invitations: Kerns - Quirk 

48 60

Festschrift invitations: Ivor A. Richards 1972 

48 61

Festschrift invitations: Ricouer - Zwirner 

48 62

Festschriften - Taranovski 1969-1973 

48 63

French publishers: L'Arc 

48 64

French publishers: Éditions D'Art Albert Skira 

48 65

French publishers: L'Express 

48 66

French publishers: Éditions Gallimard 

48 67

French publishers: L'Homme 

48 68

French publishers: Librairie Ernest Flammarion 

48 69

French publishers: Les Éditions de Minuit 

49 1-4

French publishers: Radiodiffusion-Télívision Française 

49 5

French publishers: Éditions Robert Laffont 

49 6

French publishers: Éditions de Seuil - Change 

49 7

French publishers: Éditions de Seuil - Poetique 

49 8

French publishers: Éditions de Seuil - Tel Quel 

49 9

French publishers: Éditions de Seuil - Taxation documents 

49 10

French publishers: UNESCO 

49 11-12

French publishers: Other publishers 

49 13

German publishers - East Germany: Akademie Verlag 

49 14

German publishers - East Germany: Other publishers 

49 15

German publishers - West Germany: Athenäum Verlag 

49 16

German publishers - West Germany: Verlag Kiepenheuer & Witsch 

49 17

German publishers - West Germany: Nymphenburger Verlagshandlung (München) 

49 18

German publishers - West Germany: Verlag Roter Stern 

49 19

German publishers - West Germany: Sprachwissenschaft 

49 20

German publishers - West Germany: Suhrkamp Verlag 

49 21-22

German publishers - West Germany: Verwertungsgesellschaft Wissenschaft (West German copyright laws) 

49 23

German publishers - West Germany: Walter de Gruyter & Co. 

49 24

German publishers - West Germany: Wieland Schulz - Keil Productions (German Television) 

49 25

German publishers - West Germany: Wilhelm Fink Verlag 

49 26

German publishers - West Germany: Other publishers 

49 27-28

Greek publishers 

49 29

Hungarian publishers 

49 30

Icelandic publishers 

49 31

Israeli publishers: Slavica Hierosolymitana 

49 32

Israeli publishers: Other publishers 

49 33

Italian publishers: Accademia Nazionale Dei Lincei 

49 34

Italian publishers: Casa Editrice Valentino Bompani & Co. 

49 35

Italian publishers: Casa Editrice Valentino Bompani & Co. 

119c 98

Italian publishers: Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editors 

49 36

Italian publishers: Giulio Einaudi Editors 

49 37-38

Italian publishers: Giulio Einaudi Editors 

119c 99

Italian publishers: Guareschi 

49 39

Italian publishers: Mondadori Publishing Company/ Il Saggiatore 

49 40

Italian publishers: Societá Editrice il Muilino 

49 41

Italian publishers: Edizioni UNICOPLI 

49 42

Italian publishers: Unione Typographico - Editrice Torinese 

49 43

Italian publishers: Other publishers 

49 44-45

Japanese publishers: Iwanami Shoten 

49 46

Japanese publishers: Kodansha Publishers 

49 47

Japanese publishers: Labo International Exchange Foundation 

49 48

Japanese publishers: Misuzu Shobo Publishing Co. 

49 49

Japanese publishers: Tashukan Publishing Co. 

49 50

Japanese publishers: Tashukan Publishing Co. 

119c 100

Japanese publishers: TEC Corporation for Language and Education Research 

49 51-52

Japanese publishers: Éditions Zenon Gakufu Shuppan-Sha 

119c 101

Japanese publishers: Other publishers 

49 53

Korean publishers 

49 54

Liechtenstein publishers - Kraus Reprints 

49 55

Mexican publishers: Editorial Nueva Imagen 

49 56

Mexican publishers: Plural 

49 57

Mexican publishers: Siglio Veintiuno Editores 

49 58

Mexican publishers: Other publishers 

49 59

Norwegian publishers 

49 60

Polish publishers 

49 61

Portugese publishers: Livraria Bertrand 

49 62

Portugese publishers: Moraes Editores 

49 63

Portugese publishers: Other publishers 

49 64

Roumanian publishers 

49 65

South African publishers 

49 66

South American publishers 

49 67

Soviet publishers 

49 68

Spanish publishers: Editorial Ayuso 

49 69

Spanish publishers: Editorial Gredos 

49 70

Spanish publishers: Icaria Editorial 

49 71

Spanish publishers: Salvat Editores 

49 72

Spanish publishers: Editorial Seix Barral / Editorial Ariel 

49 73-75

Spanish publishers: Taurus Ediciones 

49 76

Spanish publishers: Other publishers 

49 77

Swedish publishers: P. A. Norstedt & Söners Forlag 

50 1

Swedish publishers: Other publishers 

50 2

Swiss publishers 

50 3

U.S. publishers: Academic Press 

50 4

U.S. publishers: Academic Press - Information & Control 

50 5

U.S. publishers: Alfred A. Knopf 

50 6

U.S. publishers: Ardis Press 

50 7

U.S. publishers: Barre Publishers 

50 8

U.S. publishers: Beacon Press / Yale French Studies 

50 9

U.S. publishers: Bollingen Foundation 

50 10

U.S. publishers: Bollingen Foundation 

119c 102

U.S. publishers: Brown University Press 

50 11

U.S. publishers: Charles Scribner's Sons 

50 12

U.S. publishers: Columbia University Press 

50 13

U.S. publishers: Columbia University Press 

119c 103

U.S. publishers: Diacritics (Cornell University) 

50 14

U.S. publishers: Doubleday & Company 

50 15

U.S. publishers: Encyclopedia Americana - "Trubezkoy" entry 

50 16

U.S. publishers: Farrar, Straus & Giroux 

50 17

U.S. publishers: Ford Humanities Project (Princeton University) 

50 18

U.S. publishers: Funk & Wagnalls 

50 19

U.S. publishers: Gale Research Co. 

50 20

U.S. publishers: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. 

50 21

U.S. publishers: Harper & Row 

50 22

U.S. publishers: Harper & Row 

119c 104

U.S. publishers: Herder and Herder 

50 23

U.S. publishers: Holt, Rinehart & Winston 

50 24

U.S. publishers: Indiana University Press 

50 25

U.S. publishers: Johns Hopkins University Press / Basil Blackwell Publishers 

50 26

U.S. publishers: Marquis Who's Who, Inc. 

119c 105

U.S. publishers: Little, Brown & Co. 

50 27

U.S. publishers: Michigan Studies in the Humanities 

50 28

U.S. publishers: MIT Press - The Technology Press 1952-1960 

50 29-30

U.S. publishers: MIT Press - Science of Communication Series 1961-1962 

50 31

U.S. publishers: MIT Press 1963-1979 

50 32-36

U.S. publishers: MIT Press - Agreements 

50 37

U.S. publishers: MIT Press - Agreements 

119c 106

U.S. publishers: MIT Press - Linguistic Inquiry 

50 38

U.S. publishers: Modern Language Association of America 

50 39

U.S. publishers: Modern Occasions 

50 40

U.S. publishers: Newberry House Publishers 

50 41

U.S. publishers: The New York Review of Books 

50 42

U.S. publishers: State of New York publishers 

50 43

U.S. publishers: Pantheon Books 

50 44

U.S. publishers: Prentice-Hall 

50 45

U.S. publishers: Princeton University Press 

50 46

U.S. publishers: Reader's Digest Books Inc. 

50 47

U.S. publishers: Research Center for Language & Semiotic Studies (Indiana University) 

50 48

U.S. publishers: Sub-Stance 

50 49

U.S. publishers: Style 

50 50

U.S. publishers: University publishers 

50 51

U.S. publishers: University of California Press 

50 52

U.S. publishers: University of California Press - Viator 

50 53

U.S. publishers: University of Chicago Press 

50 54

U.S. publishers: University of Texas Press 

50 55

U.S. publishers: W. W. Norton & Co. 

50 56

U.S. publishers: Xerox - University Microfilms (Ann Arbor) 

50 57

U.S. publishers: Yale University Press 

50 58

U.S. publishers: Other publishers 

50 59-61

Yugoslav publishers 

50 62

 Subseries 8C. Letters of Recommendation 

Access note

Materials in this subseries are restricted for 75 years from the date of creation. Consult the Institute Archives for further information.

Scope and Contents note

This subseries consists primarily of references Jakobson wrote for students and colleagues, and correspondence about them. A few files contain only biographical information or personal correspondence Jakobson never intended to use for recommendations, but they were left in the collection to preserve Jakobson's original order. The recommendations were often written to support funding requests to various institutions, particularly the Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation with which Jakobson had close ties.

A considerable portion of this section consists of recommendations written for former students, including Elmmar Holenstein (box 51, folders 62 63), Horace Lunt (box 52, folder 24), Cornelius H. van Schooneveld (box 53, folder 21), Thomas Sebeok (box 53, folder 23), and Dean S. Worth (box 53, folder 83). But besides helping to place his own students, Jakobson helped his European colleagues who applied for jobs or research funding in the United States, Canada, or Australia (e.g., Ilse Lehiste [box 52, folder 17] and Peter Colaclides [box 51, folder 10]). Jakobson gave particular attention to immigrant scholars (not necessarily linguists) from Czechoslovakia, Poland, and the Soviet Union, who were either known to him personally or referred to him by friends and "liberation committees," including John Lotz (box 52, folder 23), George Gibian (box 51, folder 40), and Anatoly Liberman (box 52, folder 18). Jakobson continued to help immigrant scholars throughout his life, as the folder on Igor Mel'čuk, who was exiled from the Soviet Union in 1976, shows (box 52, folder 36; see also General Correspondence, box 44, folder 17).

Box Folder

50a 1

Abernathy 

50a 2

Agushi 

50a 3

Anderson 

50a 4

Andreev 

50a 5

Angere 

50a 6

Arndt, N 

50a 7

Arndt, W 

50a 8

Aronson 

50a 9

Aroutunova 

50a 10

Austerlitz 

50a 11

Auty 

50a 12

50a 13-18

Baer 

50a 19

Baran 

50a 20

Barthes 

50a 21

Bedrosian 

50a 22

Beebe 

50a 23

Belinkova 

50a 24

Benediktsson 

50a 25

Benson 

50a 26

Besharov-Djaparidze 

50a 27

Beynen 

50a 28

Birnbaum 

50a 29

Blumstein 

50b 1

Bogatyrev 

50b 2

Bouissac 

50b 3

Bowman 

50b 4

Brown, C. E. 

50b 5

Brown, E. 

50b 6

Buczynska-Garevicz 

50b 7

Burbank 

50b 8

Burton 

50b 9

51 1-2

Cap 

51 3

Carey 

51 4

Carey 

51 5

Chodakowska 

51 6

Chomsky 

51 7

Chvany 

51 8

Čiževska 

51 9

Colaclides 

51 10

Colaclides 

51 11

51 12

Dawson 

51 13

Deutsch 

51 14

Doležel 

51 15

Dorfman 

51 16

Dubrov 

51 17

Ďurovič 

51 18

Dziewanowski 

51 19

51 20

Eleneff 

51 21

Engberg 

51 22

Even-Zohar 

51 23

51 24

Fairley 

51 25

Falkowska 

51 26

Fant 

51 27

Feinberg 

51 28

Ferrell 

51 29

Filipović 

51 30

Filonov-Gove 

51 31

Florovsky 

51 32

Folejewski 

51 33

Fónagy 

51 34

Foster 

51 35

51 36-37

Gamkrelidze 

51 38

Ghosh 

51 39

Gibian 

51 40

Gimbutas 

51 41

Gliksman 

51 42

Goldstein 

51 43

Golopentia-Eretescu 

51 44

Gomes 

51 45

Gourevitch 

51 46

Green 

51 47

Greenberg 

51 48

Gribble 

51 49-50

de Groot 

51 51

51 52-53

Halle 

51 54

Hammond 

51 55

Hanako 

51 56

Harden 

51 57

Held 

51 58

Henley 

51 59

Hirsch 

51 60

Hitchcock 

51 61

Holenstein 

51 62-63

Holodny 

51 64

Hrushovski 

51 65

Hulanicki 

51 66

Humesky 

51 67

Hüttle-Worth 

51 68

Hvížďala 

51 69

51 70-71

Iverson 

51 72

51 73

Jacquart 

51 74

Jenkins 

51 75

Juilland 

51 76

51 77-78

Kahane 

52 1

Karcevski 

52 2

Kayaloff 

52 3

Keiler 

52 4

Kevelson 

52 5

Kiparsky 

52 6

Kiparsky 

119c 107

Klagstad 

52 7

Kodjak 

52 8

Kotey 

52 9

Kučera 

52 10

Kuryłowicz 

52 11

52 12-15

Lacan 

52 16

Lehiste 

52 17

Liberman 

52 18

Lidov 

52 19

Lightner 

52 20

Lípa 

52 21

Lipson 

52 22

Lotz 

52 23

Lunt 

52 24

Lynch 

52 25

52 26-30

Maeda 

52 31

Malécot 

52 32

Maranda 

52 33

Matejka 

52 34

Martin 

52 35

Mel'čuk 

52 36

Mengis-Riemenschneider 

52 37

Milner 

52 38

Mirsky 

52 39

Moravcsik, E. 

52 40

Moravcsik, G. 

52 41

52 42

Nadejena 

52 43

Nagy 

52 44

Nattiez 

52 45

Newman, A. 

52 46

Newman, L. W. 

52 47

Nilsson 

52 48

52 49

Obolensky 

52 50

52 51-52

Pacaluyko 

52 53

Paducheva 

52 54

Pachmuss 

52 55

Pantzer 

52 56

Pelc 

52 57

Picchio 

52 58

Picchio-Simonelli 

52 59

Pipa 

52 60

Pirková-Jakobson 

52 61

Poltoratzky 

52 62

Pop, M. 

52 63

Pouschine, T. 

52 64

Preziosi 

52 65

52 66-67

Raskin 

52 68

Ratner 

52 69

Reinhart 

52 70

Richards, I. A 

52 71-72

Riesner 

53 1

Ristinen-Hagstrom 

53 2

Ronen 

53 3

Rosetti 

53 4

Ross, J. R. 

53 5

Rubenstein, H. 

53 6

Rudy, S. 

53 7

Rūķe-Draviņa 

53 8

Ruwet 

53 9

Ružičková 

53 10

53 11-16

Samilov 

53 17

Sangster 

53 18

Scammell 

53 19

Schaerlakens 

53 20

von Schooneveld, C. 

53 21

Scott, L. H. 

53 22

Sebeok 

53 23

Seifert 

53 24

Semeka 

53 25

Setschkareff 

53 26

Ševoroškin 

53 27

Shapiro, M. 

53 28

Shaumyan 

53 29

Shimkin 

53 30

Siatkowski 

53 31

Siegel 

53 32

Smetáček 

53 33

Soloviev 

53 34

Solski 

53 35

Sommerfelt 

53 36

Součková 

53 37

Springer, G. P. 

53 38

Stahlberger 

53 39

Stakiewicz, E. 

53 40

Starbird 

53 41

Stein, S. 

53 42

Sternbach 

119c 108

Stolz 

53 43

Šturm 

53 44

Survillo 

53 45

Szeftel 

53 46

53 47-48

Taranovski 

53 49

Tarlinskaíà 

53 50

Taylor, M. L. 

53 51

Teeter 

53 52

Thompson, J. 

53 53

Tosevic 

119c 109

Troyat 

53 54

Tschirwa 

53 55

Tsou 

53 56

Tumins 

53 57

53 58

53 59-60

Vaina 

53 61

Vakar 

53 62

Valesio 

53 63

Vallier 

53 64

Varney 

53 65

Vickery 

53 66

Volek 

53 67

Vosnjak 

53 68

Vrzalová 

53 69

Vulfson 

53 70

53 71-72

Wasson, R. G. 

53 73

Watkins 

53 74

Waugh 

53 75

Weinreich, M. 

53 76

Weissgerber 

53 77

Wellek 

53 78

Wierzbicka 

53 79

Winner, I. 

53 80-81

Winner, T. 

53 82

Worth 

53 83

Wynne 

53 84

53 85

Yokoyama 

53 86

50b 10-11

Zarechnak 

50b 12

Zawadowski 

50b 13

Zilberman 

50b 14

Zilli 

50b 15

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 Series 9.  Unpublished Papers by Others 

Scope and Contents note

Series 9 and 10 comprise an extensive collection of papers and articles Jakobson assembled intentionally or received unsolicited during his long career and retained to be used as background material for his work. The works are arranged alphabetically by author. They reflect the complete diversity of Jakobson's interests.

The distinction between papers (Series 9) and reprints (Series 10) reflects Jakobson's original order. Most of the papers are typed or mimeographed rather than printed. Some have never been published or represent unauthorized versions "not for quotation." Reprints include journals and photocopies of magazine articles and chapters of books.

The papers and reprints attest to the wide range of Jakobson's interests during his long career. They document the development of areas and subjects over a period of one hundred years. Among the collection are some obscure or rare items, such as those published in nineteenth century Russia, that might be difficult to obtain. There is rich material for researchers interested in such subjects as Slavic studies, mythology, brain research, and phonology.

Box

Aarsleff, Hans 

54

Abernathy, Robert 

54

Abrahams, Roger D. 

54

Abrahamson, Arthur S. 

54

Academy of Achievement 

54

Affect System 

54

Agranowitz, Aleen and McKeown, Milfred 

54

Agushi, Irina 

54

Akhutina, T. V. 

54

Akhutina, T. V. and Glozman, Zh. M. 

54

Aksenov, I. A. 

54

Alisjahbana, S. Takdir 

54

Allen, W. S. 

54

American College 

54

Ananthanarayana, H. S. 

54

Ancient Images 

54

Andrade, Carlos D. 

54

Andrieux, C. J. 

54

Angere, Iokhannes 

54

Aomi, Junichi 

54

Aphasia 

54

Appel, W. 

54

Applegate, J. R. 

54

Aquinas and Freud 

54

Arany, A. L. 

54

Arbor, Ann 

54

Arey, Phillip 

54

Arlandi, Gianfranco 

54

Armstrong, John A. 

54

Arom, Simha 

54

Asian and African Languages 

54

Atlas Linguarum Europae 

54

Austerlitz, Robert 

54

Automatic Dictionary 

54

Avalle, Silvio 

54

Babby, Leonard H. 

54

Bahl, K. C. 

54

Bailey, Charles-James N. and Milner, Jean-Claude G. 

54

Bailey, Richard W. and Burton, Sister Dolores Marie 

54

Ballmer, Thomas T. 

54

Balmor, Clemente Hernando 

54

Banerjee, Maria Nemcova 

54

Baran, Henryk 

54

Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua 

54

Barker, George C. 

54

Baron, Naomi and Kučera, Henry 

54

Barron, Arthur S. 

54

Bartkowiakowa, Anna 

54

Bartkowiakowa, Anna and Gleichgewicht, B. 

54

Bashō, Matsuo 

54

Battison, Robbin; Bellugi-Klima, Ursula; and Klima, Edward S. 

54

Bauman, Richard 

54

Baumgärtner, Klaus 

54

Bazak, Jacob 

54

Bazell, C. E. 

54

Bech, Gunnar 

54

Belevitch, V. 

54

Bell, Alan 

54

Bellert, Irena 

54

Bellert, Irena and Nattiez, J. J. 

54

Bellert, Irena and Saloni, Zygmunt 

54

Bellugi-Klima, Ursula 

54

Ben-Amos, Dan 

54

Benveniste, E. 

54

Benzer, Seymour 

54

Benzon, William 

55

Bergsland, K. 

55

Berk, Chr. A. van den 

55

Berman, Harold J. 

55

Bever, Thomas G. and Ross, John Robert 

55

Beynen, G. K. 

55

Bhat, D. N. S. 

55

Bielawski, Ludwik 

55

Bierwisch, Manfred 

55

Bierwisch, Manfred and Motsch, Wolfgang 

55

Binchy, D. A. 

55

Birnbaum, Henrik 

55

Black, A. G. 

55

Blanche, Stephen 

55

Blesser, Barry 

55

Bloch, Bernard 

55

Blocker, Dianne 

55

Blumenthal, Arthur L. 

55

Blumstein, Sheila E. 

55

Blumstein, Sheila E. and Cooper, William 

55

Blumstein, Sheila E. and Goodglass, H. 

55

Bogoyavlenskii, D. N. 

55

Bolinger, Dwight 

55

Boodberg, Peter A. 

55

Borbely, A. 

55

Borkin, Ann 

55

Borkowski, Casimir 

55

Bouissac, Paul 

55

Bratulescu, Monica 

55

Braun, Maksimilian 

55

Breckenridge, Janet 

55

Bremond, Claude 

55

Bres, Yvon 

55

Broadbent, D. E. 

55

Brodbeck, A. J. 

55

Brondal, U. 

55

Bronowski, J. 

55

Brower, Robert H. 

55

Brown, Cecil H. and Witkowski, Stanley R. 

55

Brown, E. Wayne and McCawley, James D. 

55

Brown, Edward J. 

55

Brown, Jerrold C. 

55

Brown, Roger and Berko, Jean 

55

Brown, Roger and Ford, Marguerite 

55

Brown, Roger and Fraser, Colin 

55

Brown, Roger and Hanlon, Camille 

55

Bruner, Jerome S. 

55

Bullowa, Margaret 

55

Burbank, John H., Jr. 

55

Burger, H. 

55

Burks, Arthur W. 

55

Burks, Arthur W. 

56

Burton, Dolores Marie 

56

Calavrezo, Constantin 

56

Campos, Haroldo de 

56

Caplan, Gerald 

56

Caraher, Brian 

56

Carlson, R.; Granström, B; and Fant, G. 

56

Carnap, Rudolph 

56

Carnochan, J. 

56

Carroll, J. B. 

56

Catford, J. C. 

56

Causal Statements 

56

Cavers, David F. 

56

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences - Proceedings 

56

Chandola, Anoop C. 

56

Chao, Yuen Ren 

56

Chatman, Seymour 

56

Cheek, John H., Jr. 

56

Cheng, Francis 

56

Cherry, E. Colin 

56

Child Language 

56

Chinese Poetry 

56

Chistovich, L. A., et al 

56

Choeroboscus, George 

56

Chomsky, Noam 

56

Čiževska, Tatjana 

56

Čiževski, Dmitri 

56

Claris, Jean-Max 

56

Clark University - Psychology Department 

56

Cleave, J. P. 

56

Clément, Danièle 

56

Clements, George N. 

56

Coats, Herbert S. 

56

Cocron, Fritz 

56

Cognard, Andree 

56

Cohen, A. 

56

Cohen, L. Jonathan 

56

Colaclides, Peter 

56

Colarusso, John 

56

Cole, A. Thomas 

56

Collett, Peter and Chilton, Josephine 

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Westermann, R. C. 

66

Whitaker, Harry A. 

66

Willey, Frederick 

66

Williams, Thyllis M. 

66

Wimsatt, K. M., and Beardsley, Monroe C. 

66

Winner, Irene Portis 

66

Winner, Thomas G. 

66

Wolff, Kurt H., and Thorne, Barrie 

66

Wood, Sidney 

66

Woronczak, Jerzy 

66

Worth, Dean S. 

66

Wyatt, W. F. 

66

Wynne, Lorraine 

66

Yalman, Nur 

66

Yngve, Victor H. 

66

Yokoyama, Olga T. 

66

Zaimov, Jordan 

66

Zakon, Stuart J. 

66

Zarubezhnaíà Nauka o ÍÀzyke 

66

Zedler, E., and Dominguez, O. 

66

Zeps, Valdis J. 

66

Zgusta, L. 

66

Zhinikin, N. I. 

66

Zhuravlen, R. 

66

Zilberman, David B. 

66

Zinchenko, V. P. 

66

Zollinger, Heinrich 

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Aarsleff, Hans 

67

Abaev, V.I.; and Belardi, W; and Minissi, N. 

67

Abel, Fritz 

67

Abele, Anna 

67

Abrahamsen, David 

67

Abramson, A.S., and Lisker, L. 

67

Adambaeva, Zh.D. 

67

Adamovich, A.M. 

67

Adams, V.T. 

67

Ades, Anthony E. 

67

Adrados, Francisco Rodriguez 

67

Adrianova-Peretz, V.P. 

67

von Aesch, A. Gode 

67

Afanas'eva-Erenfest, T. 

67

Agnew, Arlene, and Pike, Evelyn 

67

Ahrweiler, H. Glykatzi 

67

Akademiíà Nauk SSSR 

67

Akhutina, Tat'íàna 

67

Akhmanova, Olga S. 

67

Akhmanova, O.S., and Krasnova, I.E. 

67

Akhmanova, O.S., and Mednikova, E.M. 

67

Akhmanova, O.S., and Poltoratskiǐ, A.I. 

67

Akhmanova, O.S., and Smirnitskiǐ, A.I. 

67

Akhmanova, O.S., and Ter-Mkrtchan, S.A. 

67

Akhmanova, O.S., and Zadornova, Velta 

67

Akhmanova, O.S., et al. 

67

Alajouanine, Th. 

67

Alajouanine, Th., and Sobouraud, O. 

67

Alajouanine, Th., et al. 

67

Alarcos-Llorach, Emilio 

67

Alatorre, Antonio 

67

Alatorre, Margit Frenk 

67

Albin, Alexander 

67

Albright, R.W., and Albright, J.B. 

67

Alef, Gustave 

67

Alekseev, M.P. 

67

Alekseeva, E.J. 

67

Alekseeva, N.T. 

67

Alexander, Paul J. 

67

Alexander, Ronelle 

67

Al-George, Sergiu 

67

Al-George, S., and Rosu, Arion 

67

Alinei, Mario 

67

Alisjahbana, S. Takdir 

67

Allen, Jerry 

67

Allen, J., and Hurd, Conrad 

67

Allen, W. Sydney 

67

Alonso, Amado 

67

Alonso, Amado, and Lida, Raimundo 

67

Altbauer, Mojzesz (Moshé) 

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Altbaun 

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Altman, Stuart A. 

67

Altuchow, Nicolás 

67

Amacker, René 

67

Ammer, Karl 

67

Amzulescu, Al.I. 

67

Ananthanarayana, H.S. 

67

Anastos, Milton 

67

Andersen, Henning 

67

Anderson, Lambert 

67

Anderson, Stephen R. 

67

Andic, V.E. 

67

Andreev, Nikolaǐ D. 

67

Andreev, N.D., and Bratus', B.V. 

67

Andreev, N.D., and Fitialov, S. 

67

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67

Andreev, Nikolaǐ P. 

67

Andreǐchin, L. 

67

Andrews, Henrietta 

67

Andrieux, Cécile 

67

Andriothes, N.P., et al. 

67

Angelergues, R., et al. 

67

Angelov, B. St. 

67

Angere, Johannes 

67

Angyal, Endre 

67

Ankeria, Juho 

67

Antkowski, Ferdynand 

67

Anthropological Linguistics 

67

Anttila, Raimo 

67

Aoki, Haruo 

67

Aphasia, Apraxia, Agnosia 

67

Appel, Wilhelm 

67

Applegate, Joseph R. 

67

Apresíàn, Íù.D. 

67

Arató, E. 

67

Argente, Jaon A. 

67

Ariste, Paul 

67

Arkhipoff, Oleg 

67

Arlandi, Gian Franco 

67

Arlandi, G.F., and Zelenka, István 

67

Armstrong, Daniel 

67

Arnaudov, M. 

67

Arndt, Walter 

67

Arnholtz, Arthur 

68

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68

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68

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68

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68

Aroutunova, Bayara 

68

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68

Artemenko, E.B. 

68

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68

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68

Artimovich, Agenor 

68

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68

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68

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68

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68

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68

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68

Atzet, Jon, and Gerard, Harold B. 

68

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68

Audibert, Louis 

68

Auerbach, Erich 

68

Aulie, Wilbur 

68

Austerlitz, Robert 

68

Auty, Robert 

68

Avalle, D'arco Silvio 

68

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68

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68

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68

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68

Avksent'eva, A.G. 

68

Avram, Andrei 

68

Avram Mioara 

68

Azadovskiǐ, Mark 

68

Azarkh, Íù.S. 

68

Baader, Th. 

68

Babby, Leonard H. 

68

Babkin, A.M. 

68

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68

Backus, Ollie, et al. 

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Backvis, Claude 

68

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68

Badkowski, Lech 

68

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68

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68

Baer, Phillip, and Baer, Mary 

68

Baer, P., and Merrifield, William R. 

68

Baevskiǐ, V.S., and Rudnev, P.A. 

68

Bagriǐ, A.V. 

68

Bagrovska, Anna 

68

Baiburin, A.K., and Levinton, G.A. 

68

Baiew, Georg Gappo 

68

Baindurashvili, A.G. 

68

Bakalov, Georgi 

68

Bakhmutova, E.A. 

68

Bakoš, Mikulaš 

68

Bal, Mieke 

68

Balandin, A.I. 

68

Balashov, N.I. 

68

Balassa, Iván 

68

Balázs, Jean 

68

Balint, Andras 

68

Ballard, D. Lee, et al. 

68

Bally, Charles 

68

Balys, Jonas 

68

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68

Baptista, Priscilla, and Wallin, R. 

68

Baranovskaíà, S.A. 

68

Barański, Zbignew 

68

Barbeau, Marius 

68

Barbot, Zh.Zh. 

69

Bardavelidse, W. 

69

Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua 

69

Bar-Hillel, Y., and Shamir, E. 

69

Barić, C. 

69

Barker, Milton E. 

69

Barker, Muriel, and Barker, Milton E. 

69

Barnett, H. G. 

69

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Barry, Donald D. 

69

Barry, D.D., and Berman, Harold J. 

69

Barry, Herbet, III, et al. 

69

Bartek, Henrich 

69

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69

Bartlett, Harley Harris 

69

Bartnicka, Barbara 

69

Bartoli, Matteo 

69

Bartolomucci, Alfredo 

69

Bartoš, František M. 

69

Barycheuski, A.I. 

69

Barysenka, V.V. 

69

Baryshaǔ, G.I., and Cannikaǔ, A.K. 

69

Barzun, Jacques 

69

Bascom, Burt 

69

Basedow, Herbert 

69

Basenko, K.V. 

69

Basilius, Harold A. 

69

Baskakov, N.A. 

69

Başkan, Özcan 

69

Bassin, F.V., and Sherozia, A.E. 

69

Basso, K.H. 

69

Bateson, Mary C. 

69

Batowski, Henryk 

69

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69

Bauer, Jaroslav 

69

Bauer, Raymond A. 

69

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69

Bauer, R.A., and Wepman, Joseph M. 

69

Bauernschmidt, Amy 

69

Baumgärtner, Klaus 

69

Baumgärtner, K., and Wunderlich, Dieter 

69

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69

Bausch, Karl-Richard, and Gauger, Hans-Martin 

69

Bay, E. 

69

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69

Bazylow, Ludwik 

69

Beasley, David 

69

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69

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69

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69

Beccaria, Gian Luigi 

69

Beck, Hans-Georg 

69

Becker, Henrik 

69

Bečková, Marta 

69

Bednarczuk, Leszek 

69

Bee, Darlene 

69

Beekman, John 

69

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69

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69

Belardi, Walter 

69

Belaval, Yvon 

69

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69

Bel'chikov, Íù.A. 

69

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69

Belič, Aleksandar 

69

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69

Bělič, J., et al. 

69

Belichkovkiǐ, B.M., and Zinchenko, V.P. 

69

Belinkov, A. 

69

Bell, C.G., et al. 

69

Bellak, Leopold, et al. 

69

Bell-Berti, Fredericka 

69

Bellert, Irena 

69

Bellugi-Klima, Ursula 

69

Bellussi, Guiseppe 

69

Beloded, I.K. 

69

Belopol'skaíà, A.R., and Kovrigin, A.B. 

69

Bem, A.L. 

69

Bender, Lauretta 

69

Bendor-Samuel, John T. 

69

Bendor-Samuel, J.T., and Meier, Inge 

69

Bendor-Samuel, J.T., and Spreda, K.W. 

69

Bendor-Samuel, J.T., and Wilson, W.A.A. 

69

Bendor-Samuel, J.T., et al. 

69

Bendor-Samuel, P.M. 

69

Benedict, Ruth 

69

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69

Benediktsson, Hreinn 

69

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69

Beneš, Václav L. 

69

Bénichou, Paul 

69

Bentley, Madison, and Varon, Edith 

69

Benveniste, Émile 

69

van den Berck, Albert Michotte 

69

Berg, C.C. 

69

Bergman, Richard 

69

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69

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69

Bergsland, K., and Hasselbrink, Gustav 

69

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69

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69

Berič, Vesna N. 

69

Berko, Jean 

69

Berko, J., and Brown, Roger 

69

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

Bernolák, Anton 

70

Bernsteǐn, Sergeǐ 

70

Bertel's, E. 

70

Bertholz, Heinz 

70

Berulfsen, Bjarne 

70

Berzhbovskiǐ, A.A. 

70

Besharov-Djaparidze, Justinia 

70

Best, Elsdon 

70

Bettridge, William E., and Utley, Francis L. 

70

Bever, Thomas G. 

70

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70

Beyn, E.S., and Wiesel, T.G. 

70

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70

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70

Bidwell, Charles E. 

70

Berner, Ernst 

70

Bieler, Ludwig 

70

Bielfeldt, Hans Holm 

70

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70

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70

Biggs, Bruce 

70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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70

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

Böttcher, R., et al. 

71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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71

Bratchikov, I.L., et al. 

71

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71

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71

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71

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71

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

Brewster, Kingman 

72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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Brugmann 

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

Bulletin de l'Institut de Phonetique de Grenoble 

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Bullowa, Margaret, et al. 

72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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72

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73

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73

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73

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73

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73

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73

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73

Čada, J., et al. 

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73

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73

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73

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73

Camartin, Iso 

73

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73

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73

van Campen, Joseph A., and Ornstein, Jacob 

73

de Campos, Augusto 

73

de Campos, A., and de Campos, H. 

73

de Campos, Haroldo 

73

de Campos, H., et al. 

73

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