Richard M. Hogg

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Richard Milne Hogg (1944-05-20 - 2007-09-06) was a British specialist of English, especially English historical linguistics.

Life

Hogg studied at Edinburgh University and received his Ph.D. under the supervision of Angus McIntosh and John Anderson. He worked at the University of Amsterdam and the University of Lancaster, and from 1980 until his death in 2007 he was Smith Professor of English Language and Medieval Literature at the University of Manchester.

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Works

(incomplete list, taken from author's homepage)

1992 A Grammar of Old English, 1: Phonology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, xii+355

1992 The Cambridge History of the English Language, I: the beginnings to 1066 (ed.). Cambridge: C.U.P., xxiii+609

1992 "Introduction". In R.M. Hogg (ed.), The Cambridge History of the English Language, I: the beginnings to 1066. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1-25

1992 "Phonology and Morphology." In R.M. Hogg (ed.), The Cambridge History of the English Language, I: the beginnings to 1066. Cambridge: C.U.P., 67-167

1994 "Dialect variation and historical metrics." Diachronica 11.13-34 (with C.B. McCully)

1994 "Linguistics and philology and chickens and eggs." In F. Fernandez, M. Fuster and J.J. Calvo (eds.), English Historical Linguistics 1992. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 3-16

1996 "Tertiary stress in Old English: some reflections on explanatory inadequacy." In D. Britton (ed.) English Historical Linguistics 1994. Amsterdam, John Benjamins, 3-12

1996 "Old English open syllable lengthening." Transactions of the Philological Society 94.57-72

1997 "Some remarks on case marking in Old English." Transactions of the Philological Society 95.95-109

1997 "Using the future to predict the past: Old English dialectology in the light of Middle English place names." In J. Fisiak (ed.), Studies in Middle English Language. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 207-220

1997 "The morphology and dialect of Old English disyllabic nouns." In R. Hickey and S. Puppel (eds.), Language History and Linguistic Modelling. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 113-126.

1998 "On the ideological boundaries of Old English dialects." In J. Fisiak and M. Krygier (eds), Advances in English Historical Linguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Grutyer, 107-118.

1998 Historical Linguistics 1995, vol.2 Germanic (ed.) (with L.v. Bergen). Amsterdam: John Benjamins

2000 Generative Theory and Corpus Linguistics (ed) (with R. Bermúdez-Otero, D. Denison and C.B. McCully). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter

2000 "On the (non-)existence of High Vowel Deletion." In A. Lahiri (ed.) Markedness and Language Change. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 353-376.

2002 "Dutch dialects and Stammbaum theory." In Of dyuersitie & chaunge of langage, edited by K. Lenz and R. Möhlig. Heidelberg: C. Winter, 212-2

2002 An Introduction to Old English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

2004 "The spread of negative contraction in early English." In Studies in the History of the English Language II: unfolding conversations, edited by A. Curzan and K. Emmons. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 459-482.

2004 "North Northumbrian and South Northumbrian: a geographical question?" In English Historical Dialectology, edited by M. Dossena and R. Lass. München: Peter Lang,241-255.

2006 A History of English (with David Denison). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2006 ‘English in Britain’. In Hogg, R. M. & D. Denison (eds.) A History of the English Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 352-83.

2006 ‘Overview’ (with D. Denison) . In Hogg, R. M. & D. Denison (eds.) A History of the English Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-42.

2006 “Old English dialectology”. In A. van Kemenade and B. Los, Handbook of the History of English. Blackwell: Oxford, 395-416