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Proto-Indo-European -- The Archaeology of a Linguistic Problem:
Studies in Honor of Marija Gimbutas

Monograph No. 001 -- Edited by Susan Nacev Skomal and Edgar C. Polomé

Indo-European Origins: The Anthropological Evidence
Monograph No. 002 -- By John V. Day

Proto-Indo-European Syntax: The Order of Meaningful Elements
Monograph No. 1 -- By Paul Friedrich

Linguistic Reconstruction: Its Potentials and Limitations In New Perspective
Monograph No. 2 -- By Henrik Birnbaum

Homage to Georges Dumézil
Monograph No. 3 -- Edited by Edgar Polomé

Essays In Memory of Karl Kerènyi
Monograph No. 4 -- Editor, Edgar C. Polomé

The Evolution of Indo-European Nomenclature
for Salmonid Fish: The Case of 'Huchen' (Hucho Spp.)

Monograph No. 5 -- By A. Richard Diebold, Jr.

Essays on Germanic Religion
Monograph No. 6 -- By Edgar C. Polomé

Perspectives on Indo-European Language, Culture and Religion
Volume 1: Studies in Honor of Edgar C. Polomé

Monograph No. 7 -- Edited by Roger Pearson

Apollo the Wolf-God
Monograph No. 8 -- By Daniel E. Gershenson

Perspectives on Indo-European Language, Culture and Religion
Volume 2: Studies in Honor of Edgar C. Polomé

Monograph No. 9 -- Edited by Roger Pearson

The Glottalic Theory: Survey and Synthesis
Monograph No. 10 -- By Joseph C. Salmons

The Anthropomorphic Stelae of the Ukraine:
The Early Iconography of the Indo-Europeans

Monograph No. 11 -- By D. Ya. Telegin & J. P. Mallory

Linguistic Typology, Universality and the Realism of Reconstruction
Monograph No. 12 -- By Frederick W. Schwink

The Sigmatic Aorist in Indo-European: Evidence for the Space-Time Hypothesis
Monograph No. 13 -- By Bridget Drinka

A Student Guide to the Genitive of the Agent in Indo-European Languages
Monograph No 14 -- By William R. Schmalstieg

An Introduction to Old Russian
Monograph No 15 -- By William R. Schmalstieg

Indo-European Religion after Dumézil
Monograph No. 16 -- Edited by Edgar C. Polomé

The Indo-Europeanization of Northern Europe
Monograph No. 17 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley and Martin E. Huld

The Kurgan Culture and The Indo-Europeanization of Europe
Monograph No. 18 -- Papers by Marija Gimbutas
Edited by Miriam Robbins Dexter and Karlene Jones-Bley

Varia on the Indo-European Past:
Papers in Memory of Marija Gimbutas

Monograph No. 19 -- Edited by Miriam Robbins Dexter and Edgar C. Polomé

Studies in Honor of Jaan Puhvel -- Part One:
Ancient Languages and Philology

Monograph No. 20 -- Edited by Dorothy Disterheft, Martin Huld and John Greppin

Studies in Honor of Jaan Puhvel -- Part Two:
Mythology and Religion

Monograph No. 21 -- Edited by John Greppin and Edgar C. Polomé

Indo-European, Nostratic and Beyond:
Festschrift for Vitalij V. Shevoroshkin

Monograph No. 22 -- Edited by Irén Hegedís, Peter A. Michalove
and Alexis Manaster Ramer

Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp -- Volume One
Monograph No. 23 -- Edited by Douglas Q. Adams

The Development of Verbal Reduplication in Indo-European
Monograph No. 24 -- By Mary Niepokuj

Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp -- Volume Two
Monograph No. 25 -- Edited by Douglas Q. Adams

The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia
Monograph No. 26 -- Edited by Victor H. Mair (in two volumes)

Proceedings of the Seventh UCLA Indo-European Conference: Los Angeles, 1995
Monograph No. 27 -- Edited by Angela della Volpe in collaboration with Edgar C. Polomé

Proceedings of the Ninth UCLA Indo-European Conference: Los Angeles, May 23-24, 1997
Monograph No. 28 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Angela Della Volpe,
Miriam Robbins Dexter, and Martin E. Huld

On the Bifurcation and Repression Theories of Germanic and German
Monograph No. 29 -- By Christopher M. Stevens

Language Change and Typological Variation.
In Honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the Occasion of his 83rd Birthday
Volume 1: Language Change and Phonology

Monograph No. 30 -- Edited by Edgar C. Polomé & Carol F. Justus

Language Change and Typological Variation.
In Honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the Occasion of his 83rd Birthday
Volume 2: Grammatical Universals & Typology

Monograph No. 31 -- Edited by Carol F. Justus & Edgar C. Polomé

Proceedings of the Tenth UCLA Indo-European Conference: Los Angeles, May 21-23, 1998
Monograph No. 32 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, and Miriam Robbins Dexter

Miscellanea Indo-Europea
Monograph No. 33 -- Edited by Edgar C. Polomé

Sub-Grammatical Survival: Indo-European s-mobile and its Regeneration in Germanic
Monograph No. 34 -- By Mark R. V. Southern

Proceedings of the Eleventh UCLA Indo-European Conference: Los Angeles, June 4-5, 1999
Monograph No. 35 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld, & Angela Della Volpe

The One-eyed God: Odin and the (Indo-) Germanic Männerbünde
Monograph No. 36 -- By Kris Kershaw

The Historical Morphology of the Baltic Verb
Monograph No. 37 -- By William R. Schmalstieg

Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family: Papers presented
at a Colloquium hosted by the University of Richmond, March 18-19, 2000

Monograph No. 38 -- Edited by Robert Drews

A Definitive Reconstructed Text of the Coligny Calendar
Monograph No. 39 -- By Garrett S. Olmsted

Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference: Los Angeles, May 26-28, 2000
Monograph No. 40 -- Edited by Martin E. Huld, Karlene Jones-Bley,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

Pre-Indo-European
Monograph No. 41 -- By Winfred P. Lehmann

The Indo-European and Ancient Near Eastern Sources of the Armenian Epic
Monograph No. 42 -- By Armen Y. Petrosyan

Indo-European Perspectives
Monograph No. 43 -- Edited by Mark Southern

Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference:
Los Angeles, November 9-10, 2001

Monograph 44 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

Regional Specifics in Light of Global Models BC --
Complex Societies of Central Eurasia from the 3rd to the 1st Millennium.
Volume 1: Ethnos, Language, Culture; General Problems;Studying Statistics;
Studying Sintashta; The Eneolithic and Bronze Ages

Monograph 45 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley and D. G. Zdanovich

Regional Specifics in Light of Global Models BC --
Complex Societies of Central Eurasia from the 3rd to the 1st Millennium.
Volume 2: The Iron Age; Archaeoecology, Geoarchaeology,
and Palaeogeography; Beyond Central Eurasia

Monograph 46 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley & D. G. Zdanovich

Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference:
Los Angeles, November 8 - 9, 2002

Monograph 47 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

Dictionary of Some Languages and Dialects of Afghanistan
Monograph 48 -- Transliterated, Translated, and Edited by Hamid Badghisi.
Introduction by A. Richard Diebold, Jr.
Originally compiled in Pashto by Shah Abdullah Badakhshi and published in Kabul in 1960

Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference
November 7 - 8, 2003

Monograph 49 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference
November 5 - 6, 2004

Monograph 50 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

UKKO: The God of Thunder of the Ancient Finns and His Indo-European Family
Monograph 51 -- Unto Salo

Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference
October 27 - 28, 2005

Monograph 52 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference
Selected Papers
November 3 - 4, 2006

Monograph 53 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference
Selected Papers
November 3 - 4, 2007

Monograph 54 -- Edited by Karlene Jones-Bley, Martin E. Huld,
Angela Della Volpe, & Miriam Robbins Dexter

The Indo-European Language Family:
Questions about its Status

Monograph 55 -- Edited by Angela Marcantonio

Departure from the Homeland:
Indo-Europeans and Archaeology Selected Papers from the 12th European
Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting, Krakow, Poland, 19th to 24th September 2006

Monograph 56 -- Edited by Marc Vander Linden and Karlene Jones-Bley

Sacred Topology of Early Ireland and Ancient India: Religious Paradigm Shift
Monograph 57 -- Edited by Maxim Fomin, Séamus Mac Mathúna, Victoria Vertogradova

Indo-European "Smith" and his Divine Colleagues
Monograph 58 -- By Václav Blazek

The Nostratic Hypothesis in 2011: Trends and Issues
Monograph 59 -- By Allan R. Bomhard

Archaeology and Language: Indo-European Studies Presented to James P. Mallory
Monograph 60 -- Edited by Martin E. Huld, Karlene Jones-Bley, and Dean Miller

Ireland and Armenia: Studies in Indo-European Language, History and Narrative
Monograph 61 -- Edited by Maxim Fomin, Alvard Jivanyan and Séamus Mac Mathúna

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We particularly recommend the large and valuable collection of linguistic references, including Indo-European languages, Indo-European linguistics, Indo-European culture, Indo-European texts, online documents, scholars' publications, and more, can be found at the Indo-European Documentation Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

Creation of the Indo-European Documentation Center, which is designed as a service to scholars and members of the public interested in Indo-European language and culture, was supported by the Diebold Foundation. The Center's long-range goal is to provide a searchable index of materials. Our original 1999 index was produced by the Center and we are most grateful for our continued collaborations.