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11. Linguistics in High School Latin. MR. KERNS.
Registrants: Miss Allen, Mr. Eickmann, Miss Lent, Mrs. Pike.
12. The Classical Element in English. MR. RICHARDSON. Registrants: Mr. Beecher, Mr. Katzoff, Mr. Milazzo.
13. Vulgar Latin. MR. MULLER.
Registrants: Miss Cornelius, Sister Lucia.
14. Old French. MISS STURDEVANT.
Registrant: Miss Roth.
15. Old Spanish. MR. RICHARDSON. Registrants: none.
16. Old and Middle Irish. MR. GERIG.
Registrant: Mr. Healy.
17. Gothic. MR. SEHRT.
Registrants: Mr. Kepke, Miss Lasher-Schlitt, Mr. Meech, Mr. Standerwick, Mr. Sullivan.
18. Old Norse. MR. SEHRT.
Registrants: Miss Appleby, Mr. Meier, Miss Rogers, Miss Sachs.
19. Old High German. (GERMANISTIC SOCIETY LECTURESHIP COURSE.) MR. ROEDDER.
Registrants: Mr. Meech, Mr. Pei, Sister Mary Wilhelmina, Mr. Standerwick, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Süsskind.
20. German Etymology. MR. PROKOSCH.
Registrants: Mr. Baron, Mr. Bradley, Miss Gruber, Mr. Katzoff, Mr. Kepke, Miss Landwehr, Mr. Leive, Mr. Meier, Mr. Polack, Mr. Radenhausen, Miss Saleski, Miss Shonfeld, Mr. Süsskind, Mr. Wengraf.
21. Old Saxon and Old Frisian. (F. W. LAFRENTZ LECTURESHIP COURSE.) MR. PROKOSCH.
Registrants: Mr. Bradley, Mr. Eickmann, Mr. Gottlieb, Mr. Huebener, Mr. Kerns, Mr. Lenz, Mr. Meech, Mr. Meier, Mr. Polack, Sister Mary Wilhelmina, Mr. Süsskind.
22. Old English. MR. LOTSPEICH.
Registrants: Mr. Baron, Mr. Beecher.
23. Middle English. MR. REUNING.
Registrants: Mr. Downs, Mr. Meagher, Mr. Meier, Mr. Sonkin.
24. History of the English Language. MR. LOTSPEICH. Registrant: Mr. Turner.
25. American English. MR. KURATH.
Registrants: Miss Gibson, Mr. Gottlieb, Mr. Lenz, Miss Prentiss, Mr. Sonkin, Mr. Turner.
27. Church Slavonic (Old Bulgarian). MR. SENN.
Registrants: Mr. Paura, Mr. Pei, Mr. Pokorney, Miss Séverac, Mr. Standerwick.
28. Comparative Grammar of the Semitic Languages. MR. BLAKE. Registrants: Mr. Katzoff, Mr. Polack, Mr. Süsskind.
29. Hebrew. (LUDWIG VOGELSTEIN LECTURESHIP COURSE.) MR. BLAKE.
Registrants: Mr. Buckwald, Mr. Meagher, Mr. Rosenfeld, Mr. Weiser.
30. Arabic. (LUDWIG VOGELSTEIN LECTURESHIP COURSE.) MR. BLAKE.
Registrant: Mr. Paura.
31. Sumerian (course withdrawn.)
32. Finnish. MR. OLLI.
Registrants: Mr. Paura, Mr. Senn.
33. Turkish. MR. REUNING. Registrants: none.
During the session of the Institute, the following public lectures were delivered in the evening, in the Main Building of the College of the City of New York:
PROF. FRANZ BOAS, of Columbia University, The Relation between Grammar and Lexicography.
PROF. FRANKLIN EDGERTON, of Yale University, The Relation of Dialects to Literary Languages in India.
July 18: PROF. E. H. STURTEVANT, of Yale University, The Development of Reduced Vowels and Syllabic Nasals and Liquids in Hittite. DR. H. B. HINCKLEY, of New Haven, Anaptyxis.
July 22: PROF. G. M. BOLLING, of Ohio State University, Notes on the Personal Pronouns in Homer.
PROF. EDWARD PROKOSCH, of Yale University, Migration and Linguistic Change.
July 29: PROF. R. G. KENT, of the University of Pennsylvania, The Latin Infinitive and Related Matters.
August 1: PROF. G. W. BROWN, of the Kennedy School of Missions, Are the Dravidian Languages Related to Mitanni?
August 5: PROF. LOUISE POUND, of the University of Nebraska, The Mother Tongue in the United States.
August 8: PROF. JULES MAROUZEAU, of the Faculté des Lettres of the Université de Paris, Qu'est-ce que le Style?
August 12: DR. HELEN H. ROBERTS, of the Institute of Human Relations, Yale University, Some Anthropological and Psychological Problems of Language.
Under the agreement with the C. C. N. Y., the items listed above were the only funds passing through the treasury of the Institute; the other two lectureship stipends also were by the donors given direct to the C. C. N. Y.
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