Richard W. Bailey is a member of the DSNA Executive Board and a Professor of English at the University of Michigan. Later this year, his book Nineteenth Century Englhh will be published by the University of Michigan Press. Robert K. Barnhart is Editor-in-Chief of Barnhart Books. He edits the World Book Dictionary, the Barnhart dictionaries of New English, the American Heritage Dictionary of Science, and the Barnhart Dictionary of Abbreviations. He was managing editor ofthe Thorndike-Barnhart school dictionaries and is currently editing the Fourth Barnhart Dictionary ofNew Engluh. He is a consultant to both the Oxford University Press and the OED. Jeffrey Ford is Associate Professor of English at Cleveland State University where he teaches Milton, Renaissance literature, and the introductory course on language in the English major program. His current research is focused on the interrelationships between science and the arts in the Renaissance. William Frawley is Professor and Chair of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Delaware. He is also Professor of English and Director of the Program in Cognitive Science. Recent publications include Lexical Semantics (Erlbaum 1992). His Vygotsky and Cognitive Science will be published soon by Harvard University Press. His continuing interest
Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America – Dictionary Society of North America
Published: Apr 4, 1996
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