Robert Blust

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Robert Blust
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KamundaganRobert Andrew Blust
1940
Cincinnati, Ohio, Estados Unidos
DinakulaanHonolulu, Hawaiʻi
NasyunalidadAmerikano
Iba pang mga ngaranBai Lesi (白樂思)
EdukasyonPhD sa linguwistiko (1974), University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
TrabahoHistoriyang linguwistiko, leksikograpiya asin etnolohiya
EmployerUniversity of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
TituloProfessor of Linguistics;
Review editor for the journal Linguwistikong Osyaniko
AgomLaura Chang-Blust
Websityo
www.ling.hawaii.edu/faculty/blust/

Si Robert A. Blust (iminundag kan 1940, Plantilya:Zh-cp), sarong prominenteng linguwista sa pirang larangan, kaiba an historiyang linguwistiko, leksikograpiya asin etnolohiya. Maorag si Blust sa mga tataramon na Austronesyo asin nakagibo nin mga mayoriyang mga kaarambagan sa larangan kan linguwistikong Austronesyo.

Mga Pigpiling Publikasyon[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • Blust, Robert. 1974. The Proto-North-Sarawak vowel deletion hypothesis. PhD dissertation. University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
  • Blust, Robert. 1977. The Proto-Austronesian pronouns and Austronesian subgrouping: a preliminary report. University of Hawaiʻi Working Papers in Linguistics 9.2: 1–15.
  • Blust, Robert (1988). Austronesian Root Theory: An Essay on the Limits of Morphology. John Benjamins Publishing. ISBN 90-272-3020-X. 
  • Blust, Robert. 1993. *S metathesis and the Formosan/Malayo-Polynesian language boundary. In Dahl, Øyvind (1993). Language--a Doorway Between Human Cultures: Tributes to Dr. Otto Chr. Dahl on His Ninetieth Birthday. Novus Forlag. ISBN 978-82-7099-205-8. 
  • Blust, Robert. 1995a. The position of the Formosan languages: method and theory in Austronesian comparative linguistics. In Paul Jen-kuei Li et al., eds., Austronesian Studies Relating to Taiwan: 585—650. Symposium Series of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, No. 3. Taipei: Academia Sinica.
  • Blust, Robert. 1995b. Austronesian Comparative Dictionary (ACD). Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
  • Blust, Robert. 1996. Some remarks on the linguistic position of Thao. Oceanic Linguistics 35: 272–294.
  • Blust, Robert. 1999. Pazeh phonology and morphology. Oceanic Linguistics 38.2: 321–365.
  • Blust, Robert. 2003a. Three notes on early Austronesian morphology. Oceanic Linguistics, 42.2: 438–478.
  • Blust, Robert. 2003b. Thao dictionary[1]. Language and Linguistics Monograph Series, No. A5. Taipei: Institute of Linguistics (Preparatory Office), Academia Sinica.ISBN 978-957-01-4785-8
  • Blust, Robert. 2003c. A short morphology, phonology and vocabulary of Kiput, Sarawak. Shorter Grammars. Pacific Linguistics 546. Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University.
  • Blust, Robert. 2005. Must sound change be linguistically motivated? Diachronica 22: 219–269.
  • Blust, Robert. 2006. The origin of the Kelabit voiced aspirates: a historical hypothesis revisited. Oceanic Linguistics 45.2: 311–338.
  • Blust, Robert (2009). The Austronesian languages. Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University. ISBN 978-0-85883-602-0. 

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