Table of contents for The collected writings of Warren Cowgill / edited with an introduction by Jared S. Klein ; with contributions by other former colleagues and students.

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The Collected Writings of Warren Cowgill 
edited by Jared S. Klein 
Prelude 
Introduction...............................................................vii
Bibliography of Cowgill's Writings.......................................xxiii
Dissertations Directed...................................................xxvii
Eulogies Delivered at the Memorial Service .............................. xxix
Warren Cowgill As Teacher................................................xliii
Cowgill on Cowgill: Autobiographical Letter to the LSA Archives...........xlix
Writings
I. General Indo-European 
 1. A Search for Universals in Indo-European Diachronic Morphology ....... 1
 2. Indo-European Languages...............................................19
 3. More Evidence for Indo-Hittite: The Tense-Aspect Systems ............ 37
 4. Anatolian hi-Conjugation and Indo-European Perfect: Instalment II.....53
 5. The Personal Endings of Thematic Verbs in Indo-European...............69
II. Indo-Iranian
 6. The Aorists and Perfects of Old Persian...............................77
 7. The First Person Singular Medio-Passive of Indo-Iranian...............85
 8. On the Origin of the Indic es-Precative...............................93
III. Greek
 9. Greek ou and Armenian ocÔ.............................................99
 10. Common Sense and Laryngeal Theory: A Reply to Mr. Rosen's Rejoinder..103
 11. The Supposed Cypriote Optatives duwanoi and dokoi,
 with Notes on the Greek Infinitive Formations........................117
 12. Evidence in Greek....................................................137
 13. Ancient Greek Dialectology in the Light of Mycenaean.................171
 14. Agon : agero: A New r/n-Alternation .................................185
IV. Italo-Celtic
 15. Italic and Celtic Superlatives and the Dialects of Indo-European.....189
V. Italic 
 16. The Source of Latin stare............................................227
 17. The Source of Latin vis ÔThou Wilt'..................................253
 18. The Second Plural of the Umbrian Verb................................269
VI. Celtic 
 19. Old Irish teoir and cetheoir.........................................279
 20. On the Fate of *w in Old Irish.......................................283
 21. A Note on Palatalization in Old Irish................................293
 22. The Origins of the Insular Celtic Conjunct and Absolute
 Verbal Endings.......................................................301
 23. Two Further Notes on the Origin of the
 Insular Celtic Absolute and Conjunct Verb Endings....................325
 24. The Etymology of Irish guidid and the Outcome of *gwh in Celtic......331
 25. On the Prehistory of Celtic Passive and Deponent Inflection..........355
 26. On the Origin of the Absolute 
 and Conjunct Verbal Inflection of Old Irish..........................391
VII. Germanic 
 27. The Inflection of the Germanic o-Presents............................401
 28. Gothic iddja and Old English eode....................................415
 29. The Old English Present Indicative Ending -e.........................433
 30. PIE *duuo Ô2' in Germanic and Celtic,
 and the Nom.-Acc. Dual of Non-neuter o-Stems.........................439
 31. Loss of Morphophonemic Alternation in Moribund Categories,
 as Exemplified in the Gothic Verb....................................447
VIII. Tocharian 
 32. Ablaut, Accent, and Umlaut in the Tocharian Subjunctive..............451
IX. Balto-Slavic 
 33. The Nominative Plural and Preterit Singular of the
 Active Participles in Baltic.........................................457
X. Reviews and Comments 
 34. Review of Gordon, An Introduction to Old Norse.......................469
 35. Review of Krahe, Indogermanische Sprachwissenschaft..................475
 36. Review of Puhvel, Laryngeals and the Indo-European Verb..............479
 37. Review of Mayrhofer, Sanskrit-Grammatik..............................503
 38. Comment on Wailes, "The Origins of Settled Farming
 in Temperate Europe".................................................507
 39. Review of Schmidt and Kodderitzsch (eds.),
 Indogermanisch und Keltisch..........................................509
 40. Book Notice of Erhart, Indoevropski jazyky...........................513
 41. Review of Arbeitman and Bomhard (eds.), Bono Homini Donum:
 Essays in Historical Linguistics, in Memory of J. Alexander Kerns....515
XI. Aus dem Nachlass xs
 42. The z-Cases of Germanic Pronouns and Strong Adjectives...............525
 43. The Personal Endings of Thematic Verbs in Indo-European..............541
 Word Index...........................................................574	
 Subject Index........................................................594

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Indo-European languages.