Bernard Bloch

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For the French actor, see Bernard Bloch (actor).

Bernard Bloch, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., (1907, New York City, NY – 1965) was an American linguist. He is one of the post-Bloomfieldian linguists. He taught at Brown University and Yale University. His father, Albert Bloch, was the only American represented with Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), a group of early 20th-century European modernists.

Literary works[edit]


  • Bernard Bloch on Japanese, Yale University Press, New Haven/London, 1970 (ed. R. A. Miller)
    Japanese translation: "ブロック日本語論考", 林栄一 監・訳, 研究社, 1975
    • "Studies in Colloquial Japanese: I. Inflection" ~ "Journal of the American Oriental Society 66", 1946
    • "II. Syntax" ~ "Language 22", 1946
    • "III. Derivation of Inflected Words" ~ "Journal of the American Oriental Society 66"
    • "IV. Phonemics" ~ "Language 26", 1950