A Bibliography of Zellig Harris

1932-2002

Including appraisals by others(1)


1932.
"Origin of the Alphabet". Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., 111 typed pp.
1933.
"Acrophony and Vowellessness in the Creation of the Alphabet". Journal of American Oriental Society 53.387. [Summary of 1932 M.A. thesis.]
1934a.
"The Structure of Ras Shamra C". Journal of the American Oriental Society 54:1.80-83.
1934b.
Review of Raymond P[hilip] Dougherty (1877-1933), The Sealand of Ancient Arabia (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press; London: Oxford University Press, 1932). Journal of the American Oriental Society 54:1.93-95.
1935a.
Review of Edward Chiera, Joint Expedition [of the American School of Oriental Research in Baghdad] with the Iraq Museum of Nuzi, vols.4-5 (Paris: P. Geuthner, 1933-34). Language 11:3.262-263.
1935b.
"A Hurrian Affricate or Sibilant in Ras Shamra". Journal of the American Oriental Society 55:1.95-100.
1936a.
(Jointly with James A[lan] Montgomery [(1866-1949)].) The Ras Shamra Mythological Texts. (= Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, 4.) Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 134 pp.
Reviewed by
—R.D. [René Dussaud (1868-1958)] in Syria 17:2.187-188 (1936).
—Julian Obermann in Journal of the American Oriental Society, 56:4.495-498 (Dec. 1936).
—Joshua Finkel in The Classical Weekly 30:21.239-240 (Apr. 19, 1937)
—Edward Sapir (1884-1939) in Language 13:4.326-331 (1937).
1936b.
A Grammar of the Phoenician Language. (= American Oriental Series, 8.) New Haven, Conn.: American Oriental Society, xi, 172 pp. [Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1934.] 
Reviewed by
—Harold Louis Ginsberg (b.1903) in Journal of Biblical Literature 56:2.138-143.
—S.A. Cook in The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland 4.679-680 (1937).
—R.D. [René Dussaud (1868-1958)] in Syria 19:1.94 (1938)
—Edward Sapir in Language 15:1.60-65 (1939).
—Vojtěch Šanda (1873-post-1939) in Archiv Orientální 11.177-178 (1939).
—Charles François Jean (1874-1965) in Revue des Études Sémitiques 1940.94-96.
—Maria Höfner (b.1901) in Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 48.153 (1941).
1936c.
"Back Formation of itn in Phoenician and Ras Shamra". Journal of the American Oriental Society 56.410. [Abstract.]
1937a.
"A Conditioned Sound Change in Ras Shamra". Journal of the American Oriental Society 57:2.151-157.
1937b.

"Gray's Semitic Comparative Linguistics". Rev. of Louis Herbert Gray, Introduction to Semitic Comparative Linguistics [=Columbia university studies in comparative linguistics, vol. 1] New York: Columbia university press, 1934. The Jewish Quarterly Review 27:3.261-264 (January 1937), pp. .
1938a.
"Expression of the Causative in Ugaritic". Journal of the American Oriental Society, 58:1.103-111.
1938b.
"Ras Shamra: Canaanite civilization and language".Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution 1937.479-502; illus., 4 pl., 1 map on 2 leaves. Washington D.C.
Reviewed by
—R.D. [René Dussaud (1868-1958)] in Syria 20:1.84-85 (1937).
1938c.

"The Ugaritic Texts of Danil and KRT". Rev. of Charles Virolleaud. La légende phénicienne de Danel : texte cuniiforme alphabitique avec transcription et commentaire. [=Bibliothhque archiologique et historique,  t. 21; Mission de Ras Shamra, t. 1.] Paris: P. Geuthner, 1936. AND (bound with) Charles Virolleaud. La légend de Keret, roi des Sidoniens, publiée d'apres une tablette de Ras-Shamra. [=Bibliothhque archiologique et historique, t.22; Mission de Ras-Shamra, dirigée par Claude F.- A. Schaeffer t. 2.] Paris: P. Geuthner, 1936. Jewish Quarterly Review, n.s., 29:2.191-193.
1938d.

"State Letters of Assyria". Rev. of  Robert Henry Pfeiffer, Robert Francis Harper. State Letters of Assyria, a Transliteration and Translation of 355 Official Assyrian Letters Dating from the Sargonid Period (722-625 B.C.). [=American Oriental Series, v. 6.  New Haven, Conn., American Oriental Society, 1935.] Jewish Quarterly Review n.s. 29:2.193.
1938d.

Review of Harry Torczyner, Lankester Harding, Alkin Lewis, & J. L. Starkey Lachish I. The Lachish Letters in Journal of Biblical Literature 57:4.437-439.
1939a.
Development of the Canaanite Dialects: An investigation in linguistic history. (= American Oriental Series, 16.) New Haven, Conn.: American Oriental Society, x, 108 pp.; illus., map.
Reviewed by
—William Foxwell Albright (1891-1971) in Journal of the American Oriental Society 60.414-422 (1940).
—R.D. [René Dussaud (1868-1958)] in Syria: Revue d'art oriental et d'archéologie 21:2.228-230 (1940).
—René Dussaud (1868-1958) in Syria: Revue d'art oriental et d'archéologie 1940.228-230 (Paris).
—Gonzague Ryckmans (1887-1969) in Le Muséon No.53.135 (1940).
—Harold Louis Ginsberg (b.1903) in Journal of Biblical Literature 59:4.546-551 (Dec. 1940).
—W.F. Albright in Journal of the American Oriental Society 60:3.414-422 (Sep. 1940).
—Max M. Bravmann (b.1909) in Kirjath Sepher 17.370-381 (1940).
—Marcel Cohen (1894-1984) in Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris No.123.62 (1940-41).
—Raphaël Savignac in Vivre et Penser 1941.157-159.
—Albrecht Goetze (1897-1971) in Language 17:2.167-170 (1941).
—Alexander Mackie Honeyman (1907-1988) in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland 3:263-264 (1941).
—Bernard Baron Carra de Vaux (1867~c.1950) in Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society 19.329-330 (Jerusalem, 1941).
—Franz Rosenthal (b.1914) in Orientalia 11.179-185 (1942).
—Ronald J[ames] Williams (b.1917) in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 1:3.378-380 (Jul. 1942).
1939b.
"Development of the West Semitic Aspect System". Journal of the American Oriental Society 59.409-410. [Abstract.]
1939c.
(Jointly with Charles F. Voegelin [(1906-1986)].) Hidatsa Texts Collected by Robert H. Lowie, with grammatical notes and phonograph transcriptions by Z. S. Harris & C. F. Voegelin. (= Prehistory Research Materials, 1:6), 173-239. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society. (Repr., New York: AMS Press, 1975.) [The material published here, and that in (1945f), had already been used for the work on substitution grammar and transformational analysis that was first published in (1946a) and (1952a).]
Reviewed by
—Mary R. Haas in The Journal of American Folklore 55:217.186-187 (Sep. 1942).
1940.
Review of Louis H[erbert] Gray (1875-1955), Foundations of Language (New York: Macmillan, 1939). Language 16:3.216-235. (Repr., with the title "Gray's Foundations of Language", in 1970a.695-705.)
1941a.
"Linguistic Structure of Hebrew". Journal of the American Oriental Society 61:3.143-167. [JAOS 61 edited by Z. Harris. Also published as Publications of the American Oriental Society; Offprint series, No. 14.]
1941b.
Review of N[ikolaj] S[ergeevi] Trubetzkoy (1890-1938), Grundzüge der Phonologie (Prague: Cercle Linguistique de Prague, 1939). Language 17:4.345-349. (Repr. in 1970a.706-711, and in Phonological Theory: Evolution and current practice ed. by Valerie Becker Makkai, 301-304. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1972, repr., Lake Bluff, Ill.: Jupiter Press, 1978.)
1941-1946.
"Cherokee Materials". Manuscript 30(12.4). [Typed D. and A.D. 620L., 575 slips, 10 discs.] Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society Library.
1942a.
"Morpheme Alternants in Linguistic Analysis". Language 18:3.169-180. (Repr. in 1970a.78-90, and in 1981.23-35.)<2>
1942b.
"Phonologies of African Languages: The phonemes of Moroccan Arabic". Journal of the American Oriental Society 62:4.309-318. (Repr., under the title of "The Phonemes of Moroccan Arabic", in 1970a.161-176.) [Read at the Centennial Meeting of the Society, Boston 1942. Cf. the critique by Jean Cantineau, "Reflexions sur la phonologie de l'arabe marocain", Hespéris 37. 193-207 (1951 for 1950). Harris (1990) says "it was possible to describe the entire program from the outset, e.g. in" this paper. JAOS 62 edited by Z. Harris.]
1942c.
Review of Language, Culture, and Personality: Essays in memory of Edward Sapir ed. by Leslie Spier, A[lfred] Irving Hallowell & Stanley S[tewart] Newman (Menasha, Wis.: Edward Sapir Memorial Fund, 1941). Language 18:3.238-245.
1942d.
(Jointly with William Everett Welmers [b.1916].) "The Phonemes of Fanti". Journal of the American Oriental Society 62:4.318-333. [JAOS 62 edited by Z. Harris.]
1942e.
(Jointly with Fred Lukoff [b.1920].) "The Phonemes of Kingwana-Swahili". Journal of the American Oriental Society 62:4.333-338. [JAOS 62 edited by Z. Harris.]
1944a.
"Yokuts Structure and [Stanley] Newman's Grammar". IJAL 10:4.196-211. (Repr. in 1970a.188-208.)
1944b.
"Simultaneous Components in Phonology". Language 20:4.181-205. (Repr. in 1970a.3-31 and in Phonological Theory: Evolution and current practice ed. by Valerie Becker Makkai, 115-133. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1972; repr., Lake Bluff, Ill.: Jupiter Press, 1978.)<2>
1945a.
"Navaho Phonology and [Harry1 Hoijer's Analysis". IJAL 11:4.239-246. (Repr. in 1970a177-187.)
1945b.
"Discontinuous Morphemes". Language 21:3.121-127. (Repr. in 1970a.91-99, and in 1981.36-44.)
1945c.
"American Indian Linguistic Work and the Boas Collection". Library Bulletin of the American Philosophical Society 1945.57-61. Philadelphia. 
Reviewed by
—Thomas A[lbert] Sebeok in IJAL 13.126 (1947). [Review note.]
1945d.
(Jointly with Charles F. Voegelin.) Index to the Franz Boas Collection of Materials for American Linguistics. Language 21:3.5-7+9-43 (=Language Monographs, 22.) [Repr., New York: Kraus, 1974.]
1945e.
(Jointly with Charles F. Voegelin.) "Linguistics in Ethnology". Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 1.455-465.
1945f.
Review of Murray B[arnson] Emeneau, Kota Texts, Part One (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1944). Language 21:4.283-289. (Repr., under the title "Emeneau's Kota Texts", in 1970a.209-216.) [The material by Emeneau that is reviewed here, and that in (1939c), had already been used for the work later published as the grammar of expansions (1946a) and transformational analysis (1952a).]
1946a.
"From Morpheme to Utterance". Language 22:3.161-183. (Repr. in 1970a.100-125, and in 1981.45-70.)<2>
1946b.
(Jointly with Ernest Bender [b.1919].) "The Phonemes of North Carolina Cherokee". IJAL 12:1.14-21.
1946c.
Review of Wolf Leslau, Bibliography of the Semitic Languages of Ethiopia in Journal of the American Oriental Society 66:3.270 (Sep. 1946).
1947a.
"Developments in American Indian Linguistics". Library Bulletin of the American Philosophical Society 1946.84-97. Philadelphia. 
Reviewed by
—Thomas A[lbert] Sebeok in IJAL 14.209 (1948). [Review note.]
1947b.
"Structural Restatements I: Swadesh's Eskimo; Newman's Yawelmani". IJAL 13:1.47-58. (Repr. in 1970a.217-234, and in 1981.71-88.) "Attempt to restate in summary fashion the grammatical structures of a number of American Indian languages. The languages to be treated are those presented in H. Hoijer and others, Linguistic Structures of Native America [New York, 1946]." [On Morris Swadesh's account of Eskimo and Stanley S. Newman's of Yawelmani Yokuts.]
1947c.
"Structural Restatements II: Voegelin's Delaware". IJAL 13:3.175-186. (Repr. in 1970a.235-250, and 1981.89-104.) [On Voegelin's grammatical sketch of Delaware.]
1947d.
(Jointly with Charles F. Voegelin.) "The Scope of Linguistics". American Anthropologist 49.588-600. [1, "The place of linguistics in cultural anthropology"; 2, "Trends in linguistics".]
1947e.
(Associate ed., with Helen Boas-Yampolsky as main ed.) Franz Boas, Kwakiutl Grammar, with glossary of the suffixes. (=Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, n.s. 37:3.203-377.) Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society. 
Reviewed by
—Morris Swadesh in Word 4.58-63 (1948).
—C[harles] F[rederick] Voegelin in The Journal of American Folklore 61:242.414-415 (1948).
—Stanley Newman & Robert A. Hall Jr. inIJAL 16:2.99-102 (Apr., 1950).
1948.
"Componential Analysis of a [Modern] Hebrew Paradigm". Language 24:1.87-91. (Repr., with 'Hebrew' in the title dropped, in 1970a.126-130.)<2>
1951a.
Methods in Structural Linguistics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, xvi, 384 pp. (Ms. title Methods in Descriptive Linguistics. Repr. as "Phoenix Books" P 52 with the title Structural Linguistics, 1960; 7th impression, 1966; 1984.) [Completed 1946, Preface signed "Philadelphia, January 1947".]
Reviewed by
—C[harles] F[rederick] Voegelin in Journal of the American Oriental Society. 72:3.1113-114 (1952).
—Norman A[nthony] McQuown in Language 28:4.495-504 (Dec. 1952).
—Murray Fowler in Language 28:4.504-509 (1952).
—Charles F[rancis] Hockett in American Speech 27.117-121 (1952).
—Stanley S[tewart] Newman in American Anthropologist 54:3.404-405 (1952).
—Margaret Mead in IJAL 18:4.257-260 (1952).
—Fred W[alter] Householder in IJAL 18:4.260-268 (1952).
—Fernand Mossé in Études Germaniques 7.274 (1952).
—Walburga von Raffler[-Engel] in Paideia 8.229-230 (1953).
—Knud Togeby in Modern Language Notes 68.190-194 (1953).
—K[enneth] R. Brooks in Modern Language Review 48.496 (1953).
—Milka Ivi in Junoslovenski Filolog 20.474-478(Belgrade, 1953-54).
—Jean Cantineau in Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris 50:2.4-9 (1954).
—Eugene Dorfman in The Modern Language Journal 38:3.159-160 (1954).
—Robert Léon Wagner in Journal de Psychologie 47.537-539 (1954).
—Harry Hoijer in Romance Philology 9.32-38 (1955-56).
—Paul L[ucian] Garvin in Romance Philology 9.38-41 (1955-56).
1951b.
(With Charles F. Voegelin.) "Methods for Determining Intelligibility among Dialects of Natural Languages". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 95:3.322-329; 1 fig.
1951c.
Review of David G. Mandelbaum (ed.), Selected Writings of Edward Sapir in Language, Culture, and Personality (Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1949). Language 27:3.288-333. (Repr. in 1970a.712-764, and in Edward Sapir: Appraisals of his life and work ed. by Konrad Koerner, 69-114. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1984.)
1951d.
"Ha-Safah ha-Ivrit l'or ha-balshanut ha-chadashah" ["The Hebrew language in the light of modern linguistics"]. Lashenanu Vol 17, pp 128-132 (1950-51).
1952a.
"Culture and Style in Extended Discourse". Selected Papers from the 29th International Congress of Americanists (New York, 1949), vol.III: Indian Tribes of Aboriginal America ed. by Sol Tax & Melville J[oyce] Herskovits, 210-215. New York: Cooper Square Publishers. (Repr., New York: Cooper Press, 1967. Paper repr. in 1970a.373-389.) [Proposes a method for analyzing extended discourse, with sample analyses from Hidatsa, a Siouan language spoken in North Dakota.]
1952b.
"Discourse Analysis". Language 28:1.1-30. (Repr. in The Structure of Language: Readings in the philosophy of language ed. by Jerry A[lan] Fodor & Jerrold J[acob] Katz, 355-383. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1964, and also in Harris 1970a.313-348 as well as in 1981.107-142.) [Presents a method for the analysis of connected speech or writing.]
1952c.
"Discourse Analysis: A sample text". Language 28:4.474-494. (Repr. in 1970a.349-379.)
1952d.
(Jointly with Charles F. Voegelin.) "Training in Anthropological Linguistics". American Anthropologist 54.322-327.
1953.
(Jointly with C. F. Voegelin.) "Eliciting in Linguistics". Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 9:1.59-75. (Repr. in 1970a.769-774.) [1, Practices with respect to eliciting; 2, Imitation and repetition; 3, Eliciting with picture 4, Translation eliciting; 5, Text eliciting, and 6, The validity of eliciting.]
1954a.
"Transfer Grammar". IJAL 20:4.259-270. (Repr. in 1970a.139-157.) [1, "Defining difference between languages"; 2, "Structural transfer"; 3, "Phonetic and phonemic similarity"; 4, "Morphemes and morphophonemes"; 5, "Morphological translatability".]
1954b.
"Distributional Structure". Word 10:2/3.146-162. (Also in Linguistics Today: Published on the occasion of the Columbia University Bicentennial ed. by Andre Martinet & Uriel Weinreich, 26-42. New York: Linguistic Circle of New York, 1954. (Repr. in The Structure of Language: Readings in the philosophy of language ed. by Jerry A[lan] Fodor & Jerrold J[acob] Katz, 33-49. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1964, and also in Harris 1970a.775-794, and in 1981.3-22.)
1955a.
"From Phoneme to Morpheme". Language 31:2.190-222; 7 tables. (Repr. in 1970a.32-67.) [Presents a constructional procedure segmenting an utterance in a way which correlates well with word and morpheme boundaries.]
1955b.
"American Indian Work and the Boas Collection". Library Bulletin of the American Philosophical Society 1955.57-61. Philadelphia.
1956a.
(Editor), A Bushman Dictionary by Dorothea F[rances] Bleek [d. 1948]. (= American Oriental Series, 41.) New Haven, Conn.: American Oriental Society, xii, 773 pp. 
Reviewed by
—C[lement] M[artyn] Doke in African Studies 16.124-125 (1957).
—E.O.J. Westphal in Africa: Journal of the International African Institute 27:2.203-204 (Apr. 1957).
—A. J. C[oetzee] in Tydskrif vir Volkskunde en Volkstaal 14:1.29-30 (Johannesburg, 1957).
—Joseph H[arold] Greenberg in Language 33:3.495-497 (1957).
—Henri Peter Blok in Neophilologus 41.232-234 (1957).
—Louis Deroy in Revue des Langues Vivantes 23.174-175 (1957).
—Otto Köhler in Afrika und Übersee 43.133-138 (1959).
1956b.
"Introduction to Transformations". (= Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, No.2.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. (Repr. in 1970a.383-389.)
1957a.
"Co-Occurrence and Transformation in Linguistic Structure." Language 33:3(1).283-340. (Repr. in The Structure of Language: Readings in the philosophy of language ed. by Jerry A[lan] Fodor & Jerrold J[acob] Katz, 155-210. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1964., and also in Harris 1970a.390-457, Plötz 1972b.78-104 [in parts], and 1981.143-210. Also anthologized in Syntactic Theory 1: Structuralist. Selected readings ed. by Fred W. Householder, 151-185. Harmondsworth, Middlesex & Baltimore, Md.: Penguin Books, 1972.) [Revised and enlarged version of Presidential Address, Linguistic Society of America, December 1955. Defines a formal relation among sentences, by virtue of which one sentence structure may be called a transform of another sentence structure.]
1957b.
"Canonical Form of a Text". (= Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, No.3b.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. [This and two other previously unpublished papers (items 4a and 3c in the same series) were combined to form entry 1963a.]
1959a.
"The Transformational Model of Language Structure".Anthropological Linguistics 1:1.27-29. [Vol. Operational Models in Synchronic Linguistics: A Symposium Presented at the 1958 Meetings of the American Anthropological Association. Repr. in Anthropological Linguistics 35:1/4.288-290, Vol. A Retrospective of the Journal Anthropological Linguistics: Selected Papers, 1959-1985.]
1959b.
"Computable Syntactic Analysis". (= Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, No.15.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. (Revised version published as item 1962a; excerpted, with the added subtitle "The 1959 computer sentence-analyzer", in 1970a.253-277.)
1959c.
Linguistic Transformations for Information Retrieval. (=Interscience Tracts in Pure and Applied Mathematics, 1958:2.) Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council. (Repr. in 1970a.458-471.) [From the 1958 Proceedings of the International Conference on Scientific Information.]
1960a.
Structural Linguistics. (= Phoenix Books, P 52.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, xvi, 384 pp. (7th impression, 1966; repr., 1984.) [Reprint of item 1951a, with a supplementary preface (vi-vii).]
Reviewed by
—Simeon Potter in Modern Language Review 57.139 (1962).
1960b.
"English Transformation List". (= Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, No.30.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania.
1961.
"Strings and Transformations in Language Description". Manuscript, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania. (Published, under the title "Introduction to String Analysis", in 1970a.278-285.)
1962a.
String Analysis of Sentence Structure. (= Papers on Formal Linguistics, 1.) The Hague: Mouton, 70 pp. (2nd ed., 1964; repr., 1965.) [Revised version of item 1959b.] 
Reviewed by
—Robert E[dmondson] Longacre in Language 39:3.473-478 (1963).
—László Antal in Linguistics No.1.9-104 (1963).
—Murray Fowler in Word 19.245-247 (1963).
—Klaus Baumgärtner in Germanistik 4.194 (1963).
—Robert B[enjamin] Lees in IJAL 30:4.415-420 (Oct. 1964).
—Karel Pala in Sborník Prací Filolofické Fakulty Brnnské University 13 (A 12). 238-241 (Brno, 1964).
—G. G. Poepkov in Voprosy Jazykoznania 13:1.123-128 (1965).
—Karel Pala in Slovo a Slovesnost 26.78-80 (1965).
—Kazimierz Polaski in Biuletyn Fonegraficzne 8.139-143 (Pozna, 1967).
1962b.
"Sovmestnaja vstreaemost'i transformacija v jazykovoj strukture". Novoe v lingvistike ed. by V[ladimir] A[ndreevi] Zvegincev, vol.II: Transformacionnaja grammatika, 528-636. Moscow: Izd. Innostr. Literatury. [Transl. by T(atjana) N. Mološaja of item 1957a, with an introd. by S(ebastian) K(onstantinovi) Šaumjan.]
1962c.
"A Language for International Cooperation". Preventing World War III: Some proposals ed. by Quincy Wright, William M. Evan & Monon Deutsch, 299-309. New York: Simon & Schuster. (Repr. in 1970a.795-805.)
1963a.
Discourse Analysis Reprints. (= Papers on Formal Linguistics, 2.) The Hague: Mouton, 73 pp. [See comment in entry 1957b.] 
Reviewed by
—Klaus Baumgärtner in Germanistik 5.412 (1964).
—Manfred Bierwisch in Linguistics No.13.61-73 (1965).
—Fred[erick] C[hen] C[hung] Peng in Lingua l6.325-330 (1966).
—György Hell in Acta Linguistica Academiae Scientarum Hungaricae 18.233-235 (1968).
—Tae-Yong Pak in Language 46:3.754-764 (1970).
1963b.
"Immediate-Constituent Formulation of English Syntax". (=Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, No.45.) Philadelphia: University Of Pennsylvania. (Repr. in 1970a.131-138.)
1964a.
"Transformations in Linguistic Structure". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 108:5.418-422. (Repr. in 1970a.472-481.) [Read on 25 April 1964.]
1964b.
"The Elementary Transformations". (= Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, No.54.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania.(Excerpted in 1970a.482-532, Plötz 1972b.57-75, and, in abbreviated form, in 1981.211-235.)
1965.
"Transformational Theory". Language 41:3.363-401. (Repr. in 1970a.533-577, Plötz 1972b.108-154, and in 1981.236-280.)
1966a.
"Algebraic Operations in Linguistic Structure". Paper read at the International Congress of Mathematicians, Moscow 1966. (Published in 1970a.603-611.)
1966b.
"A Cycling-Cancellation Automation for Sentence Well-Formedness". International Computation Centre Bulletin 5.69-94. (Repr. in 1970a.286-309.)
1967a.
"Decomposition Lattices". (=Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers No.70.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. (Repr. in 1970a. 578-602, and excerpted in 1981.281-290.)
1967b.
"Morpheme Boundaries within Words: Report on a computer test". (= Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, No.73.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. (Repr. in 1970a.68-77.)
1968a.
Mathematical Structures of Language. (=Interscience Tracts in Pure and Applied Mathematics, 21.) New York: Interscience Publishers John Wiley & Sons), ix, 230 pp. [Index of terms compiled by Maurice Gross.] 
Reviewed by
—Wojciech Skalmowski in ITL: Tidschrift van het Instituut voor Toegepaste Linguïstiek 4.56-61 (Leuven, 1969).
—Maurice Gross in Semiotica 2.380-390 (1970), repr. in Plötz 1972b.314-324 (with an introd. in German by Senta Plötz [p.313] and an English abstract by the author [p.314]).
—R. L. Goodstein in The Mathematical Gazette54:388.173-174.
—Maurice Gross & Marcel-Paul Schützenberger in The American Scientist 58:3.322-323 (1970), repr. in Plötz 1972b.308-312 (with summaries in German and English by Senta Plötz [p.307]).
—Petr Pitha in Slovo a Slovesnost 32.59-65 (1971).
—Lucia Vaina-Puc in Revue Roumaine de Linguistique 16.369-371 (1971).
1968b.
"Edward Sapir: Contributions to linguistics".International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences ed. by David L. Sills, vol.l4, pp. 13-14. New York: Macmillan. (Repr., in a somewhat longer (probably the original) form, in 1970a.765-768.)
1968c.
"Du morpheme a l'expression". Langages No.9.23-50. [Transl. of item 1946b.]
1969a.
The Two Systems of Grammar: Report and paraphrase. (=Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers, 79.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. (Repr. in 1970a.612-692, in Plötz 1972b.158-240 (revised), and in 1981.293-351 (shortened).)
1969b.
"Analyse du discours". Langages No.13.8-45. [French transl. of item 1952b.]
1969c.
"Mathematical linguistics." In COSRIMS, (Committee on Support of Research in the Mathematical Sciences) with the collaboration of Boehm, George A. W., eds. The Mathematical Sciences: A Collection of Essays, pp. 190-196. Cambridge, MA.: The M.I.T. Press.
1970a.
Papers in Structural and Transformational Linguistics. Dordrecht/ Holland: D. Reidel., x, 850 pp. [Collection of 37 papers originally published 1940-1969. These are organized under the following headings: I, "Structural Linguistics, 1: Methods"; 2, "Structural Linguistics, 2: Linguistic structures"; 3, "String Analysis and Computation"; 4, "Discourse Analysis"; 5, "Transformations", and 6, "About Linguistics". "Preface" (v-vii).] 
Reviewed by
—Ferenc Kiefer in Statistical Methods in Linguistics 7.60-62 (Stockholm, 1971).
—Gary D. Prideaux in The Modern Language Journal 55:8.535-536 (Dec., 1971).
—Michael B[enedict] Kac in Language 49:2.466-473 (Jun. 1973).
1970b.
"La structure distributionnelle". Analyse distributionnelle et structurale ed. by Jean Dubois & Françoise Dubois-Charlier (=Langages, No.20), 14-34. Paris: Didier / Larousse. [Transl. of item 1954b.]
1970c.
"New Views of Language". Manuscript. (Published in Plötz 1972b:242-248, with an introd. in German by the ed. [241-242].)
1971.
Structures mathématiques du langage. Transl. into French by Catherine Fuchs. (=Monographies de Linguistique mathématique, 3.) Paris: Dunod, 248 pp. [Transl. of item 1968a.] 
Reviewed by
—Yves Gentilhomme in Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris 69:2.37-S3 (1974).
1973a.
"Les deux systèmes de grammaire: Prédicat et paraphrase". Langages No.29.55-81. [Partial transl., by Danielle Leeman, of item 1969a.]
1973b.
Review of Charles F. Hockett (ed.), A Leonard Bloomfield Anthology (Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press, 1970).IJAL 39:4.252-255.
1974.
Lecture notes on English transformational grammar. Paris: Université de Paris VIII (mimeographed). [Tr. by Maurice Gross = 1976c.]
1976a.
"A Theory of Language Structure". American Philosophical Quarterly 13:4.237-255. (Repr. in 1981.352-376.) [Theory of the structure and information of sentences.]
1976b.
"On a Theory of Language". Journal of Philosophy 73:10.253-276. (Excerpted in 1981.377-391.)
1976c.
Notes du cours de syntaxe. Transl. and presented by Maurice Gross. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 236 p. [Transl. of lectures on English syntax given at the Département de Linguistique, University de Paris-Vincennes, 1973-1974] 
Reviewed by
—G. L[urquin] in Le Langage et l'Homme 31.114-115 (1976).
—Claude Hagège in Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris 72:2.35-37 (1974).
—Riccardo Ambrosini in Studi e Saggi Linguistici 17.309-340 (1977).
1976d.
"Morphemalternanten in der linguistischen Analyse".Beschreibungsmethoden des amerikanischen Strakturalismus ed. by Elisabeth Bense, Peter Eisenberg & Hartmut Haberland, 129-143. München: Max Hueber. [Transl. by Elisabeth Bense of item 1942a.]
1976e.
"Vom Morphem zur Äußerung". Ibid., 181-210. [Transl., by Dietmar Rösler, of item 1946b.]
1976f.
"Textanalyse". Ibid., 261-298. [Transl., by Peter Eisenberg, of item 1952b.]
1978a.
"Grammar on Mathematical Principles". Journal of Linguistics 14:1.1-20. (Repr. in 1981.392-411.) ["Given as a lecture in Somerville College, Oxford, 16 March 1977".]
1978b.
"Operator-Grammar of English". Lingvisticae Investigationes 2.55-92. (Excerpted in 1981.412-435.)
1978c.
"The Interrogative in a Syntactic Framework". Questions ed. by Henry M. Hiż (=Synthese Language Library, 1), 1-35. Dordrecht/Holland: D. Reidel.
1979a.
"Zaoenia metodologiczne jzykoznawstwa strukturalnego" ["The methodological basis of structural linguistics"]. Jzykoznawstwo strukturalne: Wybór tekstów ed. by Halina Kurkowska & Adam Weinsberg, 158-174. Warsaw: Pastwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 274 pp. [Polish transl., by the first editor, of Harris (1951a:4-24), "Methodological Preliminaries".]
1979b.
"Mathematical Analysis of Language". Paper delivered to the 6th International Congress on Logic, Methodology, and the Philosophy of Science, held in Hanover, Germany, August 1979. Unpublished.
1981.
Papers on Syntax. Ed. by Henry M. Hiż. (=Synthese Language Library, 14.) Dordrecht/Holland: D. Reidel, vii, 479 pp. [Collection of 16 previously published papers, organized under 3 sections: I, "Structural Analysis", II, "Transformational Analysis", and III, "Operator Grammar". Index (437-479)]
Reviewed by
—Dell Hymes in Language in Society 13:3.421 (Sep. 1984).
1982a.
A Grammar of English on Mathematical Principles. New York: John Wiley & Sons, xvi, 429 pp. 
Reviewed by
—William Frawley in Language 60:1.150-152 (1984).
—Frank Heny in Journal of Linguistics 20:1.181-188 (1984).
Bruce E. Nevin in Computational Linguistics 10:34.203-211 (1984).
—Eric S. Wheeler in Computers in the Humanities 17:2.88-92 (1984).
1982b.
"Discourse and Sublanguage". Sublanguage: Studies of language in restricted semantic domains ed. by Richard Kittredge & John Lehrberger, 231-236. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
1985.
"On Grammars of Science". Linguistics and Philosophy: Essays in honor of Rulon S. Wells ed. by Adam Makkai & Alan K. Melby (=Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 42), 139-148. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
1988a.
Language and Information. (=Bampton Lectures in America, 28.) New York: Columbia University Press, ix, 120 pp. [Revised version of the Bampton Lectures given at Columbia University, New York City, in Oct. 1986. —1 "A Formal Theory of Syntax"; 2 "Scientific Sub-Languages"; 3 "Information", and 4 "The Nature of Language".]

Reviewed by
Bruce Nevin in Computational Linguistics Vol. 14, Number 4, December, 1988, pp. 87-90.
1988b.
(Jointly with Paul Mattick, Jr.) "Science Sublanguages and the Prospects for a Global Language of Science". Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 495.73-83 [Vol. Telescience: Scientific Communication in the Information Age.]
1989.
(Jointly with Michael Gottfried, Thomas Ryckman, Paul Mattick, Jr., Anne Daladier, Tzvee N. Harris & Suzanna Harris.) The Form of Information in Science: Analysis of an immunology sublanguage. Preface by Hilary Putnam. (=Boston Studies in the Philosophy of, Science, 104.) Dordrecht/Holland & Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, xvii, 590 pp. [Preface "Does discourse have a 'structure'?" Harris's revolution in linguistics" (Putnam); Foreword, 1 "Reducing texts to formulas" (Harris); 2 "Result: formulas of information" (Harris); 3 "From structure to information" (Harris); 4 "Sublanguage formulas as information units" (Ryckman & Gottfried); 5 "The apparatus of sublanguage transformations" (Gottfried & Ryckman); 6 "Extending the analysis: The informational environment of the science sentences"; 7 "Information units in a French corpus" (Daladier); 8 "The cellular source of antibody: A review" (T.N. Harris & S. Harris), Appendixes 1-3.]

Reviewed by
Stephen B. Johnson in Computational Linguistics  (1989) 15.3:190-192
1990.
"La genèse de l'analyse des transformations et de la métalangue". Langages No.99 (Sept. 1990), 9-19. [Tr. of Harris (2002b).]
1991.
A Theory of Language and Information: A mathematical approach. Oxford & New York: Clarendon Press, xii, 428 pp.; illustr.
Reviewed by
D. Terence Langendoen in Language 70:3.585-588.
1997.

The Transformation of Capitalist Society. Baltimore: Rowman and Littlefield. [Completed manuscript prepared for publication postumously by Murray Eden, William Evan, and Seymour Melman. Developed since about 1943 in the "Frame of Reference for Social Change" project with collaborators in several fields of science. Background ms. material archived in the Van Pelt Library at the University of Pennsylvania.]
     "The direction of social change". Draft for presentation to publishers.

Reviewed by
—Peter Franz [With Stefan Immerfall] in The European Legacy, 3:112-113.
—Bruce Nevin on the Linguist List
2002a [1987].
"The structure of science information." Journal of Biomedical Informatics—Special issue: Sublanguage. Volume 35 Issue 4, August 2002. (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1532-0464(03)00011-X) [The Editor of Science Commissioned this paper for publication in 1987, but after it was submitted he called to say he was not permitted to accept it because it did not cite anything by Chomsky.]
2002b [1990].
"The background of transformational and metalanguage analysis." In The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp. 1-15. [French tr. = Harris (1990).]

Appendix: Appraisals of Zellig S. Harris(3)

Anders Georg. 1984. 
"Feiert Chomsky, aber vergesst Harris nicht: Zur Entwicklung eines Abschnittes der neueren Sprachwissenschaftsgeschichte". Grazer Linguistische Studien 21.5-16. Graz/Austria.
Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua. 1954.
"Logical syntax and semantics". Language 30:2.230-237. [Chomsky (1955) is rejoinder.]
Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua. 1964. 
Language and Information. Reading: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.
Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua. 1970. 
Aspects of Language. Jerusalem: The Magnes Press.
Barsky, Robert F. 2011. 
Zellig Harris: From American linguistics to socialist Zionism. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. [Primarily concerned with some aspects of politics; uninformed about linguistics.
Blansitt Edward L., Jr., & Jacob Ornstein. 1969.
"Tagmemics and String Grammar". Anthropological Linguistics 11:6.167-176.
Brykczyski, Piotr. 1989.
"On Some Grammatical Ideas of Zellig S. Harris". Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, vol. VIII, ed. by Halina wiczkowska, 97-123. Biaystok: Warsaw University, Biaystok Branch, Humanities Section 14: Logic, 159 pp. [Apropos of Harris (1982).]
Catell, N. R. 1962.
"The Syntactic Procedures of Z. S. Harris". Language and Speech 5.159-169.
Chomsky, Noam. 1955.
"Logical syntax and semantics, their linguistic relevance". Language 31:1.36-45. [Rejoinder to Bar-Hillel (1954). Chomsky says everything else he has written about Harris's work "amounts to nothing" (Chomsky, letter to Nevin, September 2001).]
Chomsky, Noam. 1964. 
Current Issues in Linguistic Theory. The Hague: Mouton. [Pertinent are pp. 80-82 for 'biuniqueness' and 'relative invariance', 87-88 rejecting Harris's resolution of violations of 'linearity', 91-95 regarding complementary distribution. References to 'taxonomic linguists' do not apply to Harris (Chomsky, letter to Nevin, September 2001).]
Chomsky, Noam. 1975[1955]. 
The Logical Structure of Linguistic Theory. Chicago: The University of Chicago  Press. [Pertinent are pp. 28-30, 38, 40-45.]
Chomsky, Noam. 1977. 
Dialogues avec Mitsou Ronat. Dialogues collections dirigée par Antoine Gallien.Paris: Flammarion. [Pertinent are pp. 124-131.]
Chomsky, Noam. 1979. 
Language and Responsibility: Based on conversations with Mitsou Ronat. New York: Random House. [Pertinent are pp. 114-124, also 112 & 132 where text was added to the English version.]
Corcoran, John. 1971a.
"Discourse grammars and the structure of mathematical reasoning I: Mathematical reasoning and the stratification of language". Journal of Structural Learning 3.1:55-74.
Corcoran, John. 1971b.
"Discourse grammars and the structure of mathematical reasoning II: The nature of a correct theory of proof and its value". Journal of Structural Learning 3.2:1-16.
Corcoran, John. 1971c.
"Discourse grammars and the structure of mathematical reasoning III: Two theories of proof". Journal of Structural Learning 3.3:1-24.
Corcoran, John. 1972a.
"Harris on the Structure of Language". In Plötz 1972b. 275-292.
Corcoran, John. 1972b.
Review of John Lyons, Noam Chomsky, New York: Viking Press, 1970. Word 28:335-338.
Daladier, Anne. 1980.
"Quelques hypotheses 'explicatives' chez Harris et chez Chomsky". Langue Française No.46.58-72.
Daladier, Anne. 1990a.
"Aspects constructifs des grammaires de Harris". Langages No.99 (Sept. 1990), 57-84.
Daladier, Anne. 1990b.
"Une représentation applicative des enoncés et de leurs dérivations". Ibid., 92-127.
Déscles, Jean-Pierre. 1977.
"Un modèle mathématique d'analyse transformationnelle selon Z. S. Harris". Computational and Mathematical Linguistics: Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Linguistics (Pisa 1973) ed. by Antonio Zampolli & N. Calzolari, 23-27. Florence: Olschi.
Dominicy, Marc. 1978.
"Deux théories convergentes des propositions relatives: Port-Royal et Z. S. Harris". Linguistics in Belgium / Linguistiek in Belgë / Linguistique en Belgique ed. by Sera de Vriendt & Christian Peeters, vol . II, 44-64. Brussels: V. U .B ./Didier.
Dougherty, Ray C[roll]. 1975.
"Harris and Chomsky at the Syntax-Semantics Boundary". Contemporary Research in Philosophical Logic and Linguistic Semantics: Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Western Ontario, London, Canada [in 1973] ed. by D[onald] J[ames] Hockney, William Harper & (Robert) B[ruce] Freed, 137-193. Dordrecht/Holland: D. Reidel.
Eytan, Michel. 1988[1987].
"Ambiguity and Paraphrase in Harris's Theory via a Formal Model". L'Ambiguïté et la paraphrase: Opérations linguistiques, processus cognitifs, traitements automatisés: Actes du Colloque de Caen, 9-11 avril [1987], publié sous la direction de Catherine Fuchs, 199-203. Caen: Université de Caen. [French summary.]
Fuchs, Catherine. 1986.
"Z. Harris, ou l'énonciation esquivée". Histoire-Êpistémologie-Langage 8:2.221-231. [With French and English summaries.]
Fuchs, Catherine & Pierre Le Goffic. 1992.
"Du distributionalisme au transformationnalisme: Harris et Gross". Les Linguistiques contemporaines: epères théoriques by C. Fuchs & P. LeGofftc, 53-69. Paris: Hachette.
Goldsmith, John A. (b. 1951). 2008.
"Generative phonology in the late 1940s". Phonology 25:1.37-59.
Gross, Maurice. 1990.
"Sur la notion harrissienne de transformation et son application au français". Langages No.99 (Sept. 1990), 39-56.
Gross, Maurice. 2002.
"Consequences of the metalanguage being included in the language". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century,  Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp.57-67.
Heffner, R-M. S. 1953.
"Comes the Revolution". Monatshefte 45:4.209-213.
Heitner, Reese M. 2006.
"From a Phono-Logical Point of View: Neutralizing Quine's Argument against Analyticity". Synthese 150:1.15-39.
Hiż, Henry M. 1983.
Review of Logico-Linguistic Papers by Richard M. Martin, in Language in Society 12:2.286-287.
Hiż, Henry M. 1994.
"Zellig S. Harris (23 October 1909-22 May 1992)". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 138:4.519-527.
Hymes, Dell H. 1958.
Review of "Readings in Linguistics: The Development of Descriptive Linguistics in America Since 1925" by Martin Joos, in American Anthropologist n.s. 60:2.416-418
Hymes, Dell H., & Fought, John. 1981. 
American Structuralism. The Hague: Mouton Publishers.
Ihwe, Jens F. 1981.
"Textanalyse und Textgrammatik: Der Beitrag von Zellig S. Harris". Text vs Sentence: Continued, ed. by János Pesöfi, 127-133. Hamburg: Helmut Buske.
Itkonen, Esa. 1978. 
Current Issues in Linguistic Theory vol. 5: Grammatical Theory and Metascience. In Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science IV. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Joshi, Aravind K. 2002.
"Hierarchical structure and sentence description". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, Vol. 2: Computability of language and computer applications, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp. 121-141.
Johnson, Stephen. 2002.
"The computability of operator grammar". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, Vol. 2: Computability of language and computer applications, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp. 143-160.
Koerner, E.F. Konrad. 1993.
"Zellig Sabbettai Harris: A comprehensive bibliography of his writings 1932-1991". Historiographia Linguistica 20:2/3. 509-522.
Koerner, E.F. Konrad. 2002.
"Zellig Sabbettai Harris: A comprehensive bibliography of his writings 1932-2002". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins; Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics pp. 305-316; Vol. 2: Computability of language and computer applications, pp. 293-304. [Rev. of Koerner (1993).]
Kuroda, S. 1989. 
"Derivational and geometric conceptions of grammar: Reflections on Harris and Chomsky". (Unpublished manuscript)
Leeman, Danielle. 1973.
"Distributionnalisme et structuralisme". Langages No.29.6-42. [Presentation of Harris' procedures, notably as stated in Harris (1973a).]
Lehmann, Winfred P. 1983.
"Textlinguistics and Three Literary Texts". Monatshefte 75:2.163-171.
Lentin, André. 1990.
"Quelques réflexions sur les references mathématiques dans l'oeuvre de Zellig Harris". Langages No.99 (Sept. 1990), 85-91.
Lentin, André. 2002.
"Reflections on references to mathematics in the work of Zellig Harris". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, Vol. 2: Computability of language and computer applications, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp. 1-9. [Tr. by Bruce Nevin of Lentin (1990).]
Lin, Francis Y. 2002.
"On discovery procedures". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century,  Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp.69-86.<
Longacre, Robert E. 2002.
"Some implications of  Zellig Harris's discourse analysis". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century,  Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp.117-135.
Martin, Richard M. 1976.
"On Harris' Systems of Report and Paraphrase". Language in Focus: Foundations, methods, and systems. Essays in memory of Yehoshua Bar-Hillel ed. by Asa Kasher, 541-568. Dordrecht/Holland: D. Reidel. [On Harris (1969a).]
Matthews, P.H. 1986. 
Grammatical Theory in the United States from Bloomfield to Chomsky. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Matthews, P.H. 1999. 
"Zellig Sabbettai Harris" [obituary]. Language 75:1.112-119.
Mattick, Paul. 2002.
"Some implications of Zellig Harris's work for the philosophy of science". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp.39-55.
Miller, J. 1973.
"A Note on So-Called 'Discovery Procedures'". Foundations of Language 10:1.123-139.
Munz, James. 1972.
"Reflections on the Development of Transformational Theories". In Plötz 1972b.251-274.
Munz, James. 2002.
"Classifiers and reference". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century,  Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp.103-115.
Nevin, Bruce E. 1984.
Review of A grammar of English on mathematical Principles, by Zellig S. Harris. Computational Linguistics 10.3-4:203-211.
Nevin, Bruce E. 1993a.
"Harris the revolutionary: Phonemic theory". In Jankowsky, Kurt R. (ed.) History of Linguistics 1993, Papers from the Sixth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS VI), Washington D.C., 9-14 August 1993. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, Vol. 78. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. (A severely abbreviated version of Nevin (1993b).)
Nevin, Bruce E. 1993b.
"Harris the revolutionary: Phonemic theory". (Unpublished ms. distributed at ICHoLS VI and "revised slightly in 1999, in response to correspondence with Noam Chomsky in 1995 and 1997-98, in which he affirmed that in his discussion of the 'taxonomic conditions' he was not misrepresenting Harris because he did not intend them to apply to Harris. His explicit comments were limited  to the 'Linearity condition'.)
Nevin, Bruce E. 1993c.
"A Minimalist Program for Linguistics: The work of Zellig Harris on meaning and information". Historiographia Linguistica 20:2/3. 355-398
Nevin, Bruce E. 1993d.
"Does Harris assume the tradition". CWSL 10, 31-32.
Nevin, Bruce E. 1993e.
"What Harris assumes". CWSL 10, 34-34.
Nevin, Bruce E. (Ed.) 2002.
The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, John Benjamins. [Publisher's description, ToC, Foreword, Introduction by Harris]
Reviewed by
John Goldsmith (b. 1951) in Language 81:3.719-736 (Sep. 2005).
Nevin, Bruce E. and Stephen B. Johnson (Eds.) 2002. 
The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, Vol. 2: Computability of language and computer applications, John Benjamins. [Publisher's description, ToC, Foreword, Introduction by André Lentin]
Reviewed by
John Goldsmith (b. 1951) [book notice] in Language 83:4.921 (Dec., 2007).
Nevin, Bruce E. 2009.
"More concerning the roots of transformational generative grammar". Historiographia Linguistica XXXVI:2/3.459-479.
Nevin, Bruce E. 2010.
"Noam and Zellig". In Douglas A. Kibbee (Ed.) Chomskyan (R)evolutions, John Benjamins, pp. 103-168.
Newmeyer, Frederick J. 1980.
Linguistic Theory in America: The first quarter-century of transformational generative grammar. New York: Academic Press.
Paillet, Jean-Pierre. 1972.
"Structural Linguistics and the Notion of Transformation". In Plötz 1972b.293-306. [On the development of operator grammar.]
Pala, Karel. 1964.
Review: String analysis of sentence structure. Studies in Language: Journal of Studies of the Philosophical Faculty of Brno.
Parret, Herman. 1974. 
Discussing Language. Mouton, The Hague.
Pereira, Fernando. 2000.
"Formal Grammar and Information Theory: Together Again". Philosophical Transactions [of the Royal Society]: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences], 358:1769.1239-1253 [No. 1769 = Computers, Language and Speech: Formal Theories and Statistical Data] (Apr. 15, 2000).
Pereira, Fernando. 2002.
"Formal grammar and information theory: Together again" The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, Vol. 2: Computability of language and computer applications, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp. 13-32. [Revision of Pereira (2000).]
Sager, Naomi & Ngô Thanh Nhàn.2002.
"The computability of strings, transformations, and sublanguage". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century, Vol. 2: Computability of language and computer applications, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp. 79-120.
[Trömel-]Plötz, Senta. 1972a.
"Einführung in die Transformationstheorie von Zellig Harris / Introduction to the Transformational Theory of Zellig Harris". In Plötz 1972b.1/2-52. [Bilingual text on facing pages, with German text on verso; bib. (p.51).]
[Trömel-]Plötz, Senta. ed. 1972b.
Transformationelle Analyse: Die Transformationstheorie von Zellig Harris und ihre Entwicklung / Transformational Analysis: The transformational theory of Zellig Harris and its development. (=Linguistische Forschungen, 8.) Frankfurt/Main: Athenäum-Verlag, viii, 511 pp. [Repr. of items 1964b (57-75), 1957a (78-104), 1965 (108-154), 1969a (158-240) "revised by the author in 1972" and 1970c (242-248), each introduced, in German and in English, by the editor. 55-57, 76-78, 105-108, 155-157, and 241-242, respectively.]
Putnam, Hilary. 1975. 
Mind, Language and Reality, Philosophical Papers, Volume 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Reyburn, William D. 1953.
"Cherokee Verb Morphology I". IJAL 19:3.172-180.
Ryckman, Thomas (Alan). 1986. 
Grammar and Information: An investigation in linguistic metatheory. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, New York, [iv], iii, 445 typed pp. [Co-director: Zellig S. Harris. Inspired by Harris' work, the thesis has the following chaps.: 1, "Introduction" (1-18); 2, "A Reconstruction of Some Issues in Structural Linguistics" (19-99); 3 "Two Proposals Concerning the Role of Meaning in Linguistic Analysis and the Justification of Grammars" (100-196); 4, "Language Structure, Linguistic Capacities and the Evolution of Generative Grammar from Formalism to Mentalism" (197-286); 5, "Information, Meaning, and the Representation of Information as Language Structure" (287-371); 6, "Informational Structures of Language in a Subfield of a Science" (372-417); "References" (418-445).]
Ryckman, Thomas (Alan). 1990.
"De la structure d'une langue aux structures de l'information dans le discours et dans les sous-langages scientifiques". Langages No.99 (Sept. 1990), 21-38.
Ryckman, Thomas (Alan). 1991.
"Zellig Harris' Methodology of Language and Information". Lecture, Boston Colloquium for the Philosophy of Science, 8 October, 1991.
Ryckman, Thomas A[lan]. 2002.
"Method and theory in Harris's grammar of information". The Legacy of Zellig Harris: Language and information into the 21st Century,  Vol. 1: Philosophy of science, syntax, and semantics, ed. by Bruce Nevin, John Benjamins, pp. 19-37.
Ryckman, Thomas A. & Michael Gottfried. 1981.
"Some informational properties of prepositions". Lingvisticae Investigationes V:1.169-214.
Salkoff, Morris. 1999. 
A French-English grammar: A contrastive grammar on translational principles. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Salkoff, Morris. 2002.
"Some new results on transfer grammar". In Nevin (2002a:167-178).
Schachter, Oscar. 1963.
Review of Preventing World War III: Some Proposals by Quincy Wright & William M. Evan, in The American Journal of International Law 57:3.693.
Stetson, R. H. 1946.
"An Experimentalist's View of Hidatsa Phonology". IJAL 12:3.136-138.
Svenonius, Lars. 1958.
Review of Systems of Syntactic Analysis by Noam Chomsky, in The Journal of Symbolic Logic 23:1.72.
Voegelin, C. F. & F. M. Voegelin. 1976.
"How Does Linguistics Fit into the Organization of the Social Sciences". IJAL 42:2.154-158.
Voegelin, C. F. 1950.
"A 'Testing Frame' for Language and Culture". American Anthropologist n.s. 52:3.432-435.
Wunderlich, Dieter. 1979. 
Foundations of Linguistics. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, U.K.
Yngve, Victor H. 1993a.
"Bloomfield, Harris, and the phonetic-phonological distinction". CWSL 10, 32-34.
Yngve, Victor H. 1993b.
"Harris, Bloomfield, and the tradition". CWSL 10, 32-24.

Notes

1. This bibliography is based upon Koerner (1993), where the account of sources is as follows:
For information on a variety of details the compiler is obliged to Fedor M. Berezin (Moscow), Gregory M. Eramian (London, Ont.), Michael Gottfried (St. Louis, Mo.), Henry Hiż Philadelphia), Bruce E. Nevin (Boston), and Zsigmond Telegdi (Budapest). Several pre-1939 entries are due to the kind offices of Henry M. Hoenigswald (Philadelphia), who sent me a copy of his list of Harris' publications which he had compiled for Language.
Some titles were added to it by Kevin Shultz, working with Robert Barsky. The whole was revised and published as Koerner (2002). Other additions and corrections have been made by Bruce Nevin and other contributors to the Zellig Harris website. Additions and corrections are ongoing.

2. Also reprinted in Readings in Linguistics [1]: The development of descriptive linguistics in America 1925-56 [original title: ... since 1925] ed. by Martin Joos (Washington, D.C.: American Council of Learned Societies, 1957, 4th ea., Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 1966). The locations of the reprinted articles are as follows: 1942a on pp.109-115, 1944b on pp.124-138, 1946a on pp. 142-153, and 1948 on pp. 272-274. Joos provided a postscript to each paper.

3. This list is restricted to publications that refer directly to Harris. For a more adequate picture of Harris's direct influence on 20th-century linguistic thought, the work of many scholars should be consulted, such as Noam Chomsky, Henry Hiż, Aravind K. Joshi, Naomi Sager, Ellen Prince, Richard Kittredge, Bruce Nevin, and others associated with him at the University of Pennsylvania, Ralph Grishmann, Lynette Hirschmann, and others associated with Naomi Sager's Linguistic String Project at NYU from about 1960 onward, and many others who worked with Harris during his years at Columbia University in New York City from around 1980 onwards. A list of Harris' students receiving the M.A. (e.g., John Robert Ross in 1964) and Ph.D. (e.g., Noam Chomsky in 1955) would have value perhaps not limited to historiography of North American linguistics in the mid-20th century. Further information, including the start of such a list, may be found in the Wikipedia article on Harris.