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Ford, Gordon Buell, Jr.

FORD, Gordon Buell, Jr.

FORD, Gordon Buell, Jr. American, b. 1937. Genres: Classics, Language/Linguistics, Translations. Career: The Lybrand, Ross Brothers, and Montgomery Foundation Distinguished Professor of English, Linguistics, and TESOL, University of Northern Iowa, 1972-; Professor of Linguistics, The Southeastern Investment Trust, Inc. Research Foundation, Louisville, Kentucky, 1976-. The Yeager, Ford, and Warren Foundation Distinguished Professor of Indo-European Classical, Slavic and Baltic Linguistics, Sanskrit, and Medieval Latin, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1965-; Professor of English, 1968-69 and Professor of Anthropology, 1971-72, Northwestern University, Chicago; University of Chicago, Visiting Professor of Medieval Latin, 1966-, Visiting Professor of Linguistics, 1966-. Publications: The Ruodlieb: The First Medieval Epic of Chivalry from Eleventh-Century Germany, 1965; The Ruodlieb: Facsimile Edition, 1965, 1967, 1968; The Wolfenbuttel Lithuanian Postile Manuscript of the Year 1573, vols. I-III, 1965-66; The Ruodlieb: Linguistic Introduction, Latin Text with a Critical Apparatus, and Glossary, 1966; Isidore of Seville's History of the Goths, Vandals, and Suevi, 1966, 1970; Baltramiejus Vilentas' Lithuanian Translation of the Gospels and Epistles (1579), vols. I-II, 1966; (trans.) Jan Gonda: A Concise Elementary Grammar of the Sanskrit Language with Exercises, Reading Selections, and a Glossary, 1966; (trans.) Antoine Meillet: The Comparative Method in Historical Linguistics, 1967; Old Lithuanian Texts of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries with a Glossary, 1969; The Old Lithuanian Catechism of Baltramiejus Vilentas (1579): A Phonological, Morphological, and Syntactical Investigation, 1969; The Letters of Saint Isidore of Seville, 1966, 1970; The Old Lithuanian Catechism of Martynas Mazvydas (1547), 1971; (trans.) Manfred Mayrhofer: A Sanskrit Grammar, 1972; Isidore of Seville: On Grammar, 1972, revision forthcoming. Address: 3619 Brownsboro Road, Louisville, KY 40207, U.S.A.

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