Gary B. Holland
LSA 136: Vedic Sanskrit grammar: Synchrony and diachrony
Gary Holland received his Ph.D. from the Linguistics Department at Berkeley in 1980. His research interests are in comparative Indo-European linguistics, historical linguistics, and syntactic typology. He has published two books, Rig Veda: A Metrically Restored Text with an Introduction and Notes (with Barend A. van Nooten) and The Tale of Zalpa: Myth, Morality, and Coherence in a Hittite Narrative (with Marina Zorman), and a number of articles. His principal language areas are Vedic Sanskrit, Hittite, Greek, and Old Norse.
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