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George H. Goebel, Associate Editor

 

Education:

PhD Classics, University of Madison–Wisconsin, 1983

MA Classics, University of Madison–Wisconsin, 1976

BA, with distinction, Latin, University of Madison–Wisconsin, 1975

 

Employment:

1987– Editor, DARE

1985–87 Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Colorado at Boulder

1983–85 Editor, DARE

1980–83 Project Assistant, English, University of Madison–Wisconsin

1977–81 Teaching Assistant, Classics, University of Madison–Wisconsin

 

Publications:

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Articles and reviews related to DARE:

DARE: Documentation and Dating.” American Speech 88 (2013) 261–74. doi: 10.1215/00031283-2413966, [TEXT.]

DARE–On Beyond Zydeco.Dictionaries 33 (2012) 156–163. doi: 10.1353/dic.2012.0001.

Evener–An Unexpected Etymology.” American Speech 87 (2012) 209-13. doi: 10.1215/00031283-1668226, [TEXT.]

“Wrists and Stouts of Corn: Two Neglected Regionalisms.” American Speech 86 (2011) 441–53. doi: 10.1215/00031283-1587250, [TEXT.]

Rev. of How We Talk, by Allan Metcalf. Dictionaries 22 (2003): 269–73. doi: 10.1353/dic.2003.0006.

“The Origin of Scrod.”  American Speech 77 (2002): 419–31. doi: 10.1215/00031283-77-4-419, [TEXT.]

“The Story of an Entry—shuck v2.”  DARE Newsletter 4.4 (2001): 1–5.

“Social Labels in the Dictionary of American Regional English.Dictionaries 18 (1997): 178–89. doi: 10.1353/dic.1997.0011.

 

Other:

Translations of three Latin letters in Sargent Bush, Jr., ed. The Correspondence of John Cotton. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001.

“New Evidence on the Echo Flute.” Galpin Society Journal 48 (1995): 205–07. doi: 10.2307/842814.

“ ‘Bellerophon’s Tablet’—A Comment.” Classical Journal 85 (1990): 170–71. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3297420.

Andromache 192–204: The Pattern of Argument.” Classical Philology 84 (1989): 32–35. doi: 10.1086/367134

“Probability in the Earliest Rhetorical Theory.” Mnemosyne 42 (1989): 41–53. http://www.jstor.org/stable/4431777.

 “Rhetorical and Poetical Thinking in Lucan’s Harangues (7.250–382).” Transactions of the American Philological Association 111 (1981): 79–94. doi: 10.1086/367134.

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