PRICE, Glanville. Welsh, b. 1928. Genres: Language/Linguistics, Bibliography. Career: University of St. Andrews, Scotland, lecturer in French, 1958-64; University of Leeds, England, lecturer in French, 1965-66; University of Stirling, Scotland, professor of French, 1967-72; University of Wales, Aberystwyth, professor of French, 1972-92, research professor, 1992- 95, professor emeritus, 1995-. Visiting professor at University of California, Berkeley, spring, 1982. Publications: The Present Position of Minority Languages in Western Europe, 1969; The French Language: Present and Past, 1971; (with K.F. Bach) Romance Linguistics and the Romance Languages: A Bibliography of Bibliographies, 1977; The Languages of Britain, 1984; An Introduction to French Pronunciation, 1991; A Comprehensive French Grammar, 2003. EDITOR: William, Count of Orange: Four Old French Epics, 1975; The Celtic Connection, 1992; (with C. Lupu) Hommages Offerts à Maria Manoliu-Manea, 1994; M. Manoliu-Manea, Discourse and Pragmatic Constraints on Grammatical Choices, 1994; Encyclopedia of the Languages of Europe, 1998; Languages in Britain and Ireland, 2000 Languages of Europe, 1998; Languages in Britain and Ireland, 2000. Address: Department of European Languages, University of Wales, Aberystwyth SY23 3DY, Wales.