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Andrew Littleton Sihler, here. Perhaps in the service of vanity, I might suggest that the article on me include the following additional details:
Born 25 February 1941, Seattle; BA (Germanic Languages and Literature and Linguistics) Harvard 1962; MA (Linguistics)Yale 1965; PhD (Linguistics) Yale 1967; Dissertation: Proto-Indo-European Postconsonantal Resonants in Word-Initial Sequences. Stanley Insler and Warren Cowgill, directors; Joined the faculty of the Department of Linguistics, University of Wisconsin (Madison) 1967; Professor Emeritus 1999.