Hall Of Fame

The following community members have already participated in a published volume.

Gold proofreaders Gold proofreaders have statistically worked on more books than 90 percent of all proofreaders.

Most versatile: Andreas Hölzl has worked for 9 different series as proofreader.
Most active current proofreader: In the last 12 months, Andreas Hölzl has worked on 10 books as proofreader.
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Andreas Hölzl has worked on 17 books and is thus statistically more active than 99% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Schäfer, Lea. 2017. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  13. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  14. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  15. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  16. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  17. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Eitan Grossman has worked on 13 books and is thus statistically more active than 98% of the proofreaders.

  1. Handschuh, Corinna. 2014. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  13. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Christian Döhler has worked on 11 books and is thus statistically more active than 98% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Martin Haspelmath has worked on 10 books and is thus statistically more active than 96% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Enfield, N. (ed.). 2017. Dependencies in language: On the causal ontology of linguistic systems ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 14). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Alec Shaw has worked on 10 books and is thus statistically more active than 96% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Jean Nitzke has worked on 9 books and is thus statistically more active than 95% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schäfer, Lea. 2017. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Andreea Calude has worked on 7 books and is thus statistically more active than 93% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Felix Kopecky has worked on 7 books and is thus statistically more active than 93% of the proofreaders.

  1. Vogt, Paul. 2015. How mobile robots can self-organise a vocabulary ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Steels, Luc. 2015. The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. van Trijp, Remi. 2016. The evolution of case grammar ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Spranger, Michael. 2016. The evolution of grounded spatial language ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Schäfer, Lea. 2017. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Michelle Natolo has worked on 7 books and is thus statistically more active than 93% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Ikmi Nur Oktavianti has worked on 7 books and is thus statistically more active than 93% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Benedikt Singpiel has worked on 7 books and is thus statistically more active than 93% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Klamer, Marian (ed.). 2014. Superseded: The Alor-Pantar languages: History and typology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Stephanie Natolo has worked on 6 books and is thus statistically more active than 90% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Ahmet Bilal Özdemir has worked on 6 books and is thus statistically more active than 90% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

Silver proofreaders Silver proofreaders have statistically worked on more books than 70 percent of all proofreaders.

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Alessia Battisti has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Mario Bisiada has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Ezekiel Bolaji has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Mykel Brinkerhoff has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Joseph Farquharson has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Thomas Gardener has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Anelia Ignatova has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Steve Pepper has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Daniela Schröder has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Steels, Luc. 2015. The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bleys, Joris. 2015. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Aviva Shimelman has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Charlotte van Tongeren has worked on 5 books and is thus statistically more active than 85% of the proofreaders.

  1. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Amr El-Zawawy has worked on 4 books and is thus statistically more active than 78% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Linda Lanz has worked on 4 books and is thus statistically more active than 78% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Maria Maldonado has worked on 4 books and is thus statistically more active than 78% of the proofreaders.

  1. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Conor Pyle has worked on 4 books and is thus statistically more active than 78% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Stathis Selimis has worked on 4 books and is thus statistically more active than 78% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Viola Wiegand has worked on 4 books and is thus statistically more active than 78% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Elizabeth Zeitoun has worked on 4 books and is thus statistically more active than 78% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Jonathan Brindle has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Armin Buch has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bleys, Joris. 2015. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Rong Chen has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Matthew Czuba has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Rachele De Felice has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bleys, Joris. 2015. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Gerald Delahunty has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Stefan Hartmann has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Martin Hilpert has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Steels, Luc. 2015. The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Anne Kilgus has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Klara Kim has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Ka Shing Ko has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Timm Lichte has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Ken Manson has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Teresa Proto has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Brett Reynolds has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Tamara Schmidt has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Aaron Sonnenschein has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Handschuh, Corinna. 2014. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Neal Whitman has worked on 3 books and is thus statistically more active than 68% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Zeljko Agic has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Svetoslava Antonova-Baumann has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bleys, Joris. 2015. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Eran Asoulin has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Rosey Billington has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Timo Buchholz has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Joseph DeVeaugh-Geiss has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Beverley Erasmus has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Constantin Freitag has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Anca Gata has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Julien Heurdier has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Gabrielle Hodge has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Marijana Janjic has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. van Trijp, Remi. 2016. The evolution of case grammar ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Prisca Jerono has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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George Krasovitskiy has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

2/50
Antonio Machicao y Priemer has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Claudia Marzi has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Alexis Michaud has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Roettger, Timo. 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Hella Olbertz has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Alexis Palmer has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Ludger Paschen has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Christian Pietsch has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Joern Piontek has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Valeria Quochi has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Daniel Riaño Rufilanchas has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Michael Rießler has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schäfer, Lea. 2017. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Annie Zaenen has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Slavomír Čéplö has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 50% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Wafa Abu Hatab has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Sandra Auderset has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Persohn, Bastian. 2017. The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Viola Auermann has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Aleksandrs Berdicevskis has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Rogier Blokland has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Geert Booij has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Benjamin Brosig has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. van Trijp, Remi. 2016. The evolution of case grammar ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Guylaine Brun-Trigaud has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Hugo Cardoso has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Eugeniu Costetchi has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Oliver Czulo has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Natalia Cáceres Arandia has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Alireza Dehbozorgi has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Ulrike Demske has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Francesca Di Garbo has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Thea Dittrich has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schäfer, Roland. 2015. Superseded: Einführung in die grammatische Beschreibung des Deutschen ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Leonel F. de Alencar has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Richard Griscom has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Kleanthes Grohmann has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Neele Harlos has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Daniel Hieber has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Handschuh, Corinna. 2014. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Gianina Iordachioaia has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 John Judge has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Paul Kay has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Steven Kaye has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Daniela Kolbe-Hanna has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Ka Yau (Ryan) Lai has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Lachlan Mackenzie has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Michael Marlo has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Pedro Tiago Martins has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Evans Mecha has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Matti Miestamo has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2017. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Pierre-Yves Modicom has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Carolyn O'Meara has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Mª Teresa Ortego has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Kristina Pelikan has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2015. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Peter Petré has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Steels, Luc. 2015. The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Benjamin Saade has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Lea Schäfer has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Debora Siller has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Luigi Talamo has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Siri Tuttle has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Ignatius Usar has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Jeroen van de Weijer has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Susanne Vejdemo has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Bleys, Joris. 2015. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 João Veloso has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Kilu von Prince has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Schäfer, Lea. 2017. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 George Walkden has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Payne, Doris, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/19 Lars Erik Zeige has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 19% of the proofreaders.

  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2016. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.

Gold typesetters Gold typesetters have statistically worked on more books than 90 percent of all typesetters.

Most versatile: Felix Kopecky has worked for 8 different series as typesetter.
Most active current typesetter: In the last 12 months, Felix Kopecky has worked on 3 books as typesetter.
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Felix Kopecky has worked on 12 books and is thus statistically more active than 94% of the typesetters.

  1. Steels, Luc. 2015. The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bleys, Joris. 2015. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Vogt, Paul. 2015. How mobile robots can self-organise a vocabulary ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. van Trijp, Remi. 2016. The evolution of case grammar ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Spranger, Michael. 2016. The evolution of grounded spatial language ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Dahl, Östen. 2015. Grammaticalization in the North: Noun phrase morphosyntax in Scandinavian vernaculars ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2017. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.

Silver typesetters Silver typesetters have statistically worked on more books than 70 percent of all typesetters.

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Timm Lichte has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 86% of the typesetters.

  1. Klamer, Marian (ed.). 2014. Superseded: The Alor-Pantar languages: History and typology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lichte, Timm. 2015. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Stefan Müller has worked on 2 books and is thus statistically more active than 86% of the typesetters.

  1. Müller, Stefan. 2016. Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Handschuh, Corinna. 2014. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

Bronze typesetters Bronze typesetters have worked on at least one book.

1/39 Jessica Brown has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Francesco Cangemi has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2014. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Katie Drager has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Drager, Katie. 2015. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Nick Enfield has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2014. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Constantin Freitag has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Corinna Handschuh has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Handschuh, Corinna. 2014. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Charles Lam has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Henrik Liljegren has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Diana Schackow has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Schackow, Diana. 2015. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Roland Schäfer has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Schäfer, Roland. 2015. Superseded: Einführung in die grammatische Beschreibung des Deutschen ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Benedikt Singpiel has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Berghäll, Liisa. 2015. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Michael Spranger has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Spranger, Michael. 2016. The evolution of grounded spatial language ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Remi van Trijp has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. van Trijp, Remi. 2016. The evolution of case grammar ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Paul Vogt has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Vogt, Paul. 2015. How mobile robots can self-organise a vocabulary ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.

1/39 Joshua Wilbur has worked on 1 book and is thus statistically more active than 39% of the typesetters.

  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2014. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.