Irmengard Rauch

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Irmengard Rauch (born 1933 in Dayton, Ohio) is a linguist and semiotician.

She is Professor of Germanic Linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley.1979–80; 1982–present. Previously at the Univ. of Illinois (1968–82); the University of Pittsburgh (1966–68); the Univ. of Wisconsin (1962–66).

She is the editor of the book series Berkeley Insights in Linguistics and Semiotics;[1]Berkeley Models of Grammars; Studies in Old Germanic Languages and Literatures; co-editor of the Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis.

Selected Works[edit]

  • BAG--Bay Area German Linguistic Fieldwork Project. Peter Lang Publishing; 2015.
  • Semiotic Insights: The Data Do the Talking. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.[2] 2008.
  • The Phonology/Paraphonology Interface and the Sounds of German across Time. Peter Lang Publishing. 2011.
  • The Gothic Language: Grammar, Genetic Provenance and Typology, Readings. Second edition. Peter Lang Publishing. 2011.
  • The Old Saxon Language. Grammar, Epic Narrative,Linguistic Interference. Peter Lang Publishing. 1967.
  • The Old High German Diphthongization. A Description of a Phonemic Change'. Mouton & Company, 1967.
  • Co-editor w Gerald F. Carr: 'Semiotics Around the World: Synthesis in Diversity. Proceedings of the Fifth Congress of the IASS.' Berkeley, CA.Mouton de Gruyter, 1996.
Insights in Germanic Linguistics I(1995),II(1996) Mouton de Gruyter; New Insights in Germanic Linguistics I(1999), II(2001), III(2002) Peter lang Publishing; The Signifying Animal: 
The Grammar of Language and Experience (1980) Indiana University Press; Language Change (1983 Indiana University Press); The Semiotic Bridge: Trends from California, Mouton de Gruyter (1989).

Recognition[edit]

  • 2011 Eighth Thomas A. Sebeok Fellow (Semiotic Society of America)
  • 1998 Festschrift: Interdigitations: Essays for Irmengard Rauch
  • 1996 Honorary Member, American Association of Teachers of German
  • 1994 President, Fifth Congress of the IASS
  • 1985 Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Dayton
  • 1982 Guggenheim Fellow
  • 1981-83 President, Semiotic Society of America
  • Life Member, Modern Language Association, Linguistic Society of America

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