O quê quer você comer hoje??

Books  Pictures Ilocano Tagalog Philippine Languages Philippine Linguists Ancient Scripts E-mail
Carl Rubino is a computational linguist and typologist specializing in Western Austronesian languages. He received his B.A. in Spanish from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of California, Santa Barbara for his Reference Grammar of Ilocano in 1997. Carl has held diverse positions in academia and industry including the Australian National University, University of California at Santa Barbara, Panasonic Speech Technologies, AnswerLogic.com and ARTI. His publications include the following books: Ilocano Dictionary and Grammar, Tagalog Standard Dictionary [with Grammatical Outline], Encyclopedia of the World’s Major Languages, Past and Present (with Jane Garry), and A Pedagogical Grammar of Tausug, as well as numerous articles on typological issues, Philippine languages, Malagasy and Yup’ik Eskimo. He currently works in the field of machine translation. He lives in Maryland with his wife Grace, son Rafi and corgi Buster Brown. [Extracted from: Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Vol. II].

Selected Publications:

Books:
1997. A Reference Grammar of Ilocano. UCSB Dissertation, UMI Microfilms.
1998. Phrasebook and Dictionary of Ilocano. New York: Hippocrene Books.
1998. Tagalog Standard Dictionary [with Grammar]. New York: Hippocrene Books. [Now in its fourth edition with a new cover, this is the most comprehensive 2-way bilingual dictionary of the Tagalog (Pilipino) language.]
2000.  Ilocano Dictionary and Grammar. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 926 pages.
2001. Encyclopedia of the World's Languages: Past and Present. (with Jane Garry). New York: H. W. Wilson Press. [Contains over 200 in-depth articles by the leading authorities on various languages of the world. -- the culmination of seven years of work! Awarded 2001 Academic Title Choice Award.]
2002. Tagalog-English, English-Tagalog Dictionary [with Grammar], Revised and Expanded edition from Rubino 1998(2). Currently in fourth printing.
2005. Current Topics in Philippine Linguistics and Anthropology, Parangal kay Lawrence A. Reid. Manila: Linguistic Society of the Philippines. [Festschrift edited with Hsiu-chuan Liao]  
2006. Intensive Tausug. A Pedagogical Grammar of the Language of Jolo [With both Grammatical and Cultural Indexes] Kensington: Dunwoody Press.
Articles:

1994. Against the notion of unidirectionality in lexeme genesis. Linguistica atlantica 16:135-147.
1995. On the structure of a polysynthetic mental lexicon: a look at language production and internal lexical access via speech errors in Ilocano, Master's thesis, UCSB.
1995. Preferred argument structure in Central Alaskan Yup'ik. UCSB Working Papers in Linguistics 7:139-152.
1996. Morphological Integrity in Ilocano. Studies in Language 20:3:333-366.
1998. The Tagalog Derivational Clitic. Linguistics 36:6:1147-1166.
1999. Problems in Tagalog Morphological Categorization. In Gil, David (ed.) Papers from the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. Tempe: Arizona State University.
2001. Iconic Morphology and Word formation in Ilocano. In: Voeltz, F. K. Erhard, and Christa Kilian-Hatz, (eds). Ideophones (Typological Studies in Language 44). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. First appeared in (1999) Papers from the First International Symposium on Ideophones,University of Cologne, Germany.
2001. Ilocano, Waray, Pangasinan (three grammar sketches). In 'Encyclopedia of the World's Languages, Past and Present'. Jane Garry and Carl Rubino (eds.). New York: H W Wilson.
2001. With George Charles. Central Alaskan Yup'ik Eskimo. In 'Encyclopedia of the World's Languages, Past and Present'. Jane Garry and Carl Rubino (eds.). New York: H W Wilson.
2005. Iloko. In "The Austronesian Languages of Asia and Madagascar". Nikolaus Himmelmann and K.A. Adelaar (eds.). London: Routledge.
2005. With Janie Rasoloson Wermter. Malagasy. In "The Austronesian Languages of Asia and Madagascar". Nikolaus Himmelmann and K.A. Adelaar (eds.). London: Routledge. Download
2005. Reduplication: Form, Function and Distribution. In: Hurch, Bernhard (ed.) Studies on Reduplication. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
2005. Reduplication. In: Haspelmath, Martin, Bernard Comrie, Davil Gil, Matthew Dryer (eds.) World Atlas of Linguistic Structures. Click here for a preliminary version of the typological map.
2005. Philippines: Language Situation. In: Brown, Keith (ed.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Second Edition. Oxford: Elsevier.
2005. Ilocano. In: Brown, Keith (ed.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Second Edition. Oxford: Elsevier. Download
2005. Utudnon, An Undescribed Language of Leyte. In: Liao, Hsiu-chuan and Carl Rubino (eds.) Current Topics in Philippine Linguistics and Anthropology. Manila: Linguistic Society of the Philippines.
2008. Zamboangueño Chavacano and the Potentive Mode. In Michaelis, Susanne (ed.) Roots of creole structures: weighing the contribution of substrates and superstrates. Creole Language Library Volume. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.


Contact Information:

E-mail:

CR AT HOJE.COM
 


Last Modified: 20 Jan 2008