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William Diver papers, 1955-1989

Series III: Teaching

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Courses, 1967-1975

Box 1 Folder 1 Notes and handouts for Linguistics G4108y, 1969

Box 1 Folder 1 Handout for Linguistics G4108

Box 1 Folder 1 Syllabus and handouts for Linguistics G4108x, 1967

Box 1 Folder 1 Notes and handouts on phonology

Box 1 Folder 1 Notes for Phonology 4108

Box 1 Folder 1 Syllabi for Linguistics G4108x, various years, one dated 1967

Box 1 Folder 1 Handout for Linguistics G4108y, 1969

Box 1 Folder 1 Handout for Classical Philology S4205G, the System of Extent

Box 1 Folder 1 Numbered handouts for Linguistics G6661x: 2 and 3, The System of Occurrence; 4 The General

Box 1 Folder 1 Theory: II The Human Mechanism

Box 1 Folder 1 Three student papers, 1974 & 1975

Box 1 Folder 19 Handout from Linguistics G8102y (taught by Diver)

Box 4 Folder 1 Course notes Intro to Indo-European: Notes and handouts for Diver's Intro to Indo-European course, 1950s-1960s

Box 3 Folder 12 CP203 Occurrence Handouts (1960's): Mimeographed handouts for Diver's Classical Philology course

Box 3 Folder 13 Linguistics (Greek Morphology): G4701v; G4108x; G6702x; G800ly

Box 3 Folder 14 CP204 Noun Morphology Notes

Box 3 Folder 15 4802 Phonology Notes (1970's): Mimeographed handouts from Diver's Phonology course

Box 3 Folder 16 Phonology (no date, 1950's?): Handwritten notes and data related to course Linguistics 328; Student assignment of Diana Kao on phonemic structure of Cantonese, with notes apparently by Diver

Box 3 Folder 18 Class Phil-Lgstcs G8001x: Mimeograph sheets of handouts for Diver's Classical Philology course

Box 3 Folder 22 IE 207 (undated): Notes for Diver's course on Indo-European

Box 4 Folder 2 WD handouts (1960s-early 1970s): Handouts for various courses, some with annotations; Student paper by visiting scholar Lawrence Carrington, "Implications of the Nature of the Creole Continuum for Sequencing Educational Materials"; Mimeographed pre-publication draft of "The System of Relevance of the Homeric Verb", 1950s-1960s

Box 4 Folder 3 Notes and handouts from Diver's Phonology course

Box 4 Folder 4 Notes and handouts from Linguistics S4113G, 4108x, G4108y, 1967-1977

Box 4 Folder 5 Notes and handouts from Synchrony course, late 1960s-early 1970s

Box 4 Folder 6 Notes, handouts and examples on Deixis and pronouns in English and Latin, late 1960s-early 1970s

Box 4 Folder 7 Classical Philology 201: Notes and handouts for Diver's Classical Philology course, 1950s-1960s?

Box 4 Folder 8 Data File: Notes and examples from Greek and Latin; phonological counts of Latin

Box 4 Folder 9 Classical Languages: Course notes and handouts, late 1960s?)

Box 4 Folder 10 Linguistics G6801x, General Linguistics: Course notes, assignments, handouts, 1980s

Box 4 Folder 11 Hist. of Linguistics (undated--late 1960's?): Misc. notes; Reprint of Kuryłowicz "Le Problème du classement des cas (1949)" with annotations in Erica García's handwriting

Box 4 Folder 12 History Linguistics Grammar: Notes, mimeographed handouts for Linguistics W4108; Mechanism of production of subjunctives; Evolution of grammatical systems: the Latin Verb, 1960s-1970s?

Box 4 Folder 13 IE 205 (1950's?): Notes for course on Indo-European; Offprint of review of Altheim, Geschichte der lateinischen Sprache; Typescript draft with notes about relationship of Latin to Oscan-Umbrian; Draft proposal to do research on Greek dialects in Greece in 1960-61; Draft, possibly of book Chapter 5, Implications, 1950s

Box 4 Folder 14 CP s205 (undated--1950's?): Handwritten notes for Comparative Philology course

Box 4 Folder 15 Class notes Saussure et al.(1960s-1970s): Mimeographed handouts (some with annotations) for Linguistics G6102y (possibly Theories of Grammar course); handwritten notes. 12-page mimeographed handout, "Glossemativs -- Condensed from Bertil Malmberg, Nya vägar inom språkforskningen (Stockholm, 1959), pp. 162-182. Draft translation by Harvey Sobelman. Not for general circulation." Mimeographed memo about student petition from Dept. of French and Romance Philology, to eliminate the Latin requirement.

Box 4 Folder 16 Indo-European 203 (undated--1950s?): Handwritten course notes

Box 4 Folder 17 Syntax (1960's): Notes and mimeographed handouts for Linguistics G4104y and G4103x, apparently Theories of Grammar

Box 4 Folder 18 Genling - 1981-1982: Handwritten and printed notes and handouts from General Linguistics II

Box 4 Folder 19 4018y (late 1960's): Mimeographed handouts for Linguistics G 4108 (Principles of Historical Linguistics) and G6102y (20th Century Linguistics)

Box 4 Folder 20 Phonology (1980s?): Mimeographed handouts from Linguistics G4108x, G4802, G4108y; Typed and printed course notes; Charts of phonological data

Box 4 Folder 21 Genling 88 (1980s-1990s): Printed assignments for Linguistics G6801x; Printed notes for Phonology course (various dates, 1980s); Printed notes for Survey of Linguistic Theory course (1988 and 1989)

Box 4 Folder 22 V3108 Mod. Eng. (undated): Handwritten course notes

Box 4 Folder 23 W4104 Handouts (1970s?): Notes and handouts, possibly for General Linguistics course

Box 4 Folder 24 20th Cent. (late 1970s): Notes and handouts for 20th Century Linguistics

Box 4 Folder 25 20th Cent. I (1960s?): Handwritten notes and mimeographed handouts from 20th Century Linguistics course (Some handouts from a course by Weinreich, 1963)

Box 4 Folder 26 Gen 83y (1980s): Printed notes from various courses, including Phonology and General Linguistics

(8-page printed text, "The Practical Consequences of Cartesian Linguistics" (no date), with note "This is an extract from a paper addressed primarily to a somewhat different point; I have not bothered to clear out the traces of the other purpose.")

Box 4 Folder 27 Bloomfield, et al. (1960s-1970s?): Handwritten notes and mimeographed handouts, apparently from 20th Century Linguistics course

Box 5 Folder 1 Hist. Ling. (late 1960's): Reprint of paper by Witold Mańczak, "Le développement phonétique irrégulier du a la fréquence en Russe" (published in 1968); Notes and mimeographed handouts from historical linguistics course

Box 5 Folder 2 4104 (late 1970's): Notes and mimeographed handouts from Theories of Grammar course

Box 5 Folder 3 QUI (1960s-1970s?): Notes and mimeographed handouts on Latin and Greek pronouns

Box 5 Folder 4 CP 203 Pronoun Notes (1960s-1970s?): Notes and mimeographed handouts about pronouns

Box 5 Folder 5 Lang -Teach (1980s?): Notes and handouts, apparently for a course aimed at language teachers. Includes materials being developed by Alan Huffman for teaching English. "A Primer for Homer". 8-page printed ms., "Position paper: Implications of the Theory for Language Teaching" (undated)

Box 5 Folder 6 CP203 N-D (late 1960's): Notes and mimeographed handouts on comparative grammar of Greek and Latin

Box 5 Folder 7 English Grammar and Classical Languages course notes 1992. Survey of Linguistic Theories for 1983 course in history of linguistics.

Box 5 Folder 8 General Linguistics (late 1970's-early 1980's): Printed notes and mimeographed handouts on comparative grammar of Greek and Latin and on the grammar of modern English. Verbs of 'persuading' in Homeric Greek. 18-page mimeographed ms., "Avoidance of the Obvious: the Pronoun as Minimax Solution" (labeled Linguistics G 6801, no date). Letter from Duncan Gardiner with enclosed paper on Prague School semantics

Box 5 Folder 9 G8003x/4y(1960's): Handwritten notes and mimeographed handouts for Classical Philology course

Box 5 Folder 10 V3206 Historical (1979-1990): Notes, mimeographed and printed handouts for course on Historical Linguistics. Verner's and Grimm's Laws (23 pp.). Xerox of sections from an unidentified textbook about historical linguistics

Box 5 Folder 11 English Grammar (1977-1979): 7-page mimeographed handout with critical discussion of Lees & Klima's rules. 20-page printout of "A Concise Grammar of Modern English I", undated. Loose and disconnected typescript pages of unidentified ms.

Box 5 Folder 12 Handwritten notes and mimeographed handouts for course on Historical Linguistics

Box 5 Folder 13 Ling G6801x 1970 (1970-71): Handwritten notes, examples and mimeographed handouts, possibly for course on Synchrony. 14-page mimeographed handout, "English Grammar" (Fall 1971)

Box 5 Folder 14 English (1968): Handouts for English Grammar course of Fall, 1968

Box 5 Folder 15 GL 108: Handwritten notes apparently for courses on Historical Linguistics and Indo-European; Reprint of Diver's paper, "The Problem of Old Bulgarian št" (published 1955); Mimeographed syllabus for Uriel Weinreich's course on Linguistic Geography, 1961-2

Box 5 Folder 16 CP 203 Gen.-Acc. Handouts (1967): Mimeographed handouts for Classical Philology course. Greek genitive/accusative cases.

Box 5 Folder 17 CP 203 Gen-Acc Notes (1968): Handwritten notes, data and mimeographed handouts (with annotations) about Greek genitive and accusative; English articles

Box 5 Folder 18 6661 - Latin Handouts for Linguistics G6661x; Mimeographed handouts, including a 17-page handout, "Characteristics of a Grammar: the Latin System of Occurrence"

Box 5 Folder 19 Varia 1950s

Carbon copy of 18-page ms., "On the Diachronic Role of the Morphological System", undated; Carbon copies of drafts of ms., "The Problem of Old Bulgarian št" with annotations (undated); assorted pages apparently from draft of same paper; Carbon copies of clean drafts of same paper; Carbon copy of 15-page review of Franz Altheim, Geschichte der lateinischen Sprache, von den Anfängen bix zum Beginn der Literatur (published in 1951); Carbon copy of 4-page review of Gino Bottiglioni, Manuale dei dialetti italici, Grammatica, Testi, Glossario con note etimologiche (published in 1954); Carbon copy of 6-page review of Hugh Hencken, "Indo-European Languages and Archaeology", article from American Anthropologist 1955; Carbon copy of 6-page review of Vittore Pisani, Le Lingue dell-Italia antica oltre il latino (published in 1953) and Emil Vetter, Handbuch der italischen Dialekte, I.Band: Texte mit Erklärung (both published in 1953); Drafts of some of above book reviews, with annotations; Letter from H.G. Lunt with critical comments on Diver's paper about Old Bulgarian št, addressed to Uriel Weinreich, and letter to Lunt from Diver responding to the criticisms (paper was published in 1955); Student paper by Diver, "Development of the Nasal Vowels of Old Slavic in Modern Russian", Jan. 30, 1950 (with grade of A+); Carbon copy of notes, "The Syntax of Umbrian"; Carbon copy of a 9-page text in Italian, apparently of an oral presentation by Diver, about the relationships among Latin, Oscan, and Umbrian.

Box 5 Folder 20 Genling (no dates): Mimeo sheets of handouts from courses Diver taught: The Grammar of Modern English, The Grammar of the Classical Languages; General Linguistics

Box 5 Folder 21 Letter to David Lightfoot accepting invitation to give a talk at McGill University, 11/3/77; Typescript of talk, "Putting the Horse Before the Cart: Linguistic Analysis and Linguistic Theory", labeled McGill version, 3/15/78; Mimeos of handouts from the talk and some handwritten notes (handouts slightly different, may be from various versions of talk)

Box 5 Folder 22 Gothic (no dates): Handwritten texts with interlinear glosses; diagrams of consonant relationships; notes on verbs

Box 5 Folder 23 IE206 (no dates): Handwritten notes for course on Indo-European. Includes some student notes.

Box 5 Folder 24 INDO-EUROPEAN 204 (no dates): Handwritten notes for course on Indo-European

Box 5 Folder 25 CP203 Place-Time Notes (no dates): Handouts from Linguistics G4108y; Classical Philology (Handwritten notes with data)

Box 5 Folder 26 CP203 Place-Time Handouts (1967-8): Handout labeled Classical Philology G8001x, November 14, 1967; Handout labeled Classical Philology G8001x, November 26, 1968

Box 5 Folder 27 CP203 Occurrence Notes (no dates): Handwritten notes in German (someone else's handwriting); Handwritten handout by M. Bleich about focus and system of Relevance; Typed and handwritten examples

Box 5 Folder 28 Pei: Copy of "Linguistic Development and Evolution in Romance by Professor Mario A. Pei; Report of a lecture given to the Linguistic Circle of Columbia University, January 21, 1950"; Handwritten notes by Diver

Box 5 Folder 29 Critical Analysis of Van Wyck Brooks: Paper written by Diver as a student for English 181, on which he got an A, May 19, 1946

Box 5 Folder 30 Letter from André Martinet, with regard to attempts to publish Diver's paper on Old Bulgarian št, November 18, 1954. Typed and handwritten notes from Diver's paper

Box 5 Folder 31 Problems of a general nature, Unclassified: Copy of "Report of a talk January 12, 1952, on The Structure of English Clusters and Syllables by Mel Most, to the Linguistic Circle of Columbia University"; Typed questionnaire about English pronunciation, with answers to questions filled in but no name or date; Handwritten notes on phonetics; Charts of "Vowel Characteristics of Southern British - After Paget" (and of French); looks like an assignment Diver did as a student; Bibliography, syllabus, exam, and some lecture notes from Linguistics 328, Indo-European Philology (no dates)

Box 3 Folder 32 CP 204 (1950s): Notes for Diver's Classical Philology course

Box 3 Folder 30 Course Notes: Comparative Grammar of Greek & Latin III; Classical Philology, 1960s

Box 3 Folder 31 CP6004y 1971 (1959-1970s): Handouts, notes, data for various courses; Reprint of Diver's 1958 paper & "The Prehistory of Greek Consonantism"

Box 3 Folder 29 Course Notes: Comparative Grammar of Greek & Latin II; Classical Philology, 1960s

Box 3 Folder 28 Folders labeled Course notes: Comparative Grammar of Greek & Latin, Classical Philology (1960's?) I, II, III: Handouts, notes, data for courses