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Entry form for a new bibliographic record

Translated by Aimée Lahaussois (UMR 7597) & Stephen Shimanek (CID)

 

1. Description of a new CTLF publication

2. Bibliographic referencesJournal articleBookEdited bookContribution to an edited bookJournal issueDissertation, thesisPreprint, lecture notesJournal article on line

3. Download table ready for use

 

Adding a new publication to the CTLF («corpus of foundational linguistic texts») requires updating two distinct databases: the record database and the bibliographic database.

In order to facilitate the update, which is digital, the records (both the Description, see paragraph 1, and the Bibliographic references, see paragraph 2) must follow a certain format, described below.

 

1. Description of a new CTLF publication

Details of each of the sections are given in the article: «CRGTL & CTLF – Les rubriques, présentation et remarques». Each record author creates a personalized Word file for the description(s) she/he compiles.

For each new description: copy the following table; type directly into the cells (they will expand based on the length of the entry); be sure to take into account the size limitations (when noted) for each section.

It is possible to delete the second column (used for technical specifications). The entire record cannot exceed 10,000 characters[1].

 

 

 

Blanks to fill in

Access number

 

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HTL number

 

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Chapter

 

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Sub-chapter

 

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Fac-similés on line[2]

text field

 

Text(s)[3]

text field

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Name of the author[4]

Surname, Name

 

Second author

 

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Dates of birth and death of author

text field

 

Biography of the author

text field

 

Adaptor's name[5]

Surname, Name

 

Adaptor's dates of birth and death[6]

text field

 

Adaptor's biography[7]

text field

 

Title of the publication[8]

text field

 

Title in translation

text field

 

Short title[9]

text field

 

Other title

 

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Comments on the title[10]

text field

 

Type of publication

text field

 

Type using keyword(s)[11]

text field

 

Dates, geographical location, 1st ed.

text field

 

Period

e.g. |19th c.|

 

Edition used

text field

 

Physical description

text field

 

Character count in publication[12]

text field

 

Recent edition(s)

unlimited, text field

 

Distribution[13]

unlimited, text field

 

Target language(s)

unlimited, text field

 

Metalanguage used

unlimited, text field

 

Example language(s)

unlimited, text field

 

Summary

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Author's goals

unlimited, text field

 

General interest of the publication

unlimited, text field

 

Treatment of Parts of Speech

unlimited, text field

 

Terminological Innovations

unlimited, text field

 

Illustrative corpus

unlimited, text field

 

Additional notes[14]

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Influence on publication by others

unlimited, text field

 

Influence of publication on others

unlimited, text field

 

Bibliographic cross-references[15]

unlimited, text field

 

Author of record[16]

70 bytes, text field

 

New record or update[17]

50 octets, text field

 

 

2. Bibliographic references

For each reference, please provide as much information as possible, as in the examples provided (and most importantly, please follow the order in the examples). Sometimes all fields cannot be filled in (as in some of the examples), in which case the author should provide as much information as possible.

The "notes" are optional and can be used to provide information about earlier editions or any useful data for the description of the publication.

 

Journal article

Author {Surname, name} + (Year) + "Title of the article" (in quotation marks) + (optional) Editor of the issue + (optional) Title of the issue (in italics) + Journal title (in italics) + issue number + page numbers + (optional) Notes + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Examples,

Kibbee, Douglas A. (2000) «Historical Perspectives on the place of Anglo-Norman in the history of the French language», French Studies, 54/2, p. 137-153. Record 2308.

Rodriguez-Alcalá, Carolina & José Horta Nunes (2008) «Langues amérindiennes à la Renaissance: normes et exemples dans les descriptions du tupi et du guarani», Colombat, Bernard (éd.), Les langues du monde à la Renaissance, Histoire Épistémologie Langage, 30/2, p.25-70. En ligne: http://www.persee.fr/doc/hel_0750-8069_2008_num_30_2_3166.

Book

Author {Surname, name} + (Year) + Title of the book (in italics) + Place published + Publisher + (optional) Name of the collection or the series, number in the collection or the series + (optional) Notes + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Examples,

Ayres-Bennett, Wendy (1987) Vaugelas and the Development of the French Language, Londres, Modern Humanities Research Association. Records 2804, 2818, 2301.

Kibbee, Douglas A. (1991) For to Speke Frenche Trewely. The French Language in England, 1000-1600, its Status, Description and Instruction, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamins (Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 60). Record 2103.

Edited book

Editor(s) of the book {Surname, name} (ed.) + (Year) + Title of the book (in italics) + Place published + Publisher + (optional) Name of the collection or the series, number in the collection or the series + (optional) Notes + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Examples,

Auroux, Sylvain (éd.) (1989-2000) Histoire des idées linguistiques, 3 vol. (tome 1: La naissance des métalangages en orient et en occident, 1989; tome 2: Le développement de la grammaire occidentale, 1992; tome 3: L'hégémonie du comparatisme, 2000), Liège/Bruxelles, Mardaga (Philosophie et Langage).

Desmet, Piet, Lieve Jooken, Peter Schmitter et Pierre Swiggers (ed.) (2000) The History of Linguistic and Grammatical Praxis. Proceedings of the XIth International Colloquium of the Studienkreis "Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft" (Leuven 2nd-4th July 1998), Leuven/Paris/Sterling (Virginia), Peeters (Orbis / Supplementa 14).

Contribution to an edited book

Author {Surname, Name} + (Year) + “Title of the contribution” (in quotation marks) + Scientific Editor {Surname, Name} + Title of the book (in italics) + Place published + Publisher + (optional) Name of the collection or the series, number in the collection or the series + page numbers + (optional) Notes + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Examples,

Stéfanini, Jean (1976). «Une étape de la grammaire aristotélicienne: J.-C. Scaliger et son De causis linguae Latinae (1540)», in Niederehe, Hans-Josef et Harald Haarmann (ed.), In Memoriam Friedrich Diez. Akten des Kolloquiums zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Romanistik (Trier, 2.-4. Okt. 1975). Amsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamins (Studies in the History of Linguistics, 9), p. 35-57. Record 1251.

Tavoni, Mirko (1990) «La linguistica rinascimentale», in Lepschy, Giulio Ciro (ed.), Storia della linguistica. Bologne, Il Mulino, vol. 2, p. 169-312. Records 1242, 1251.

Journal issue

Guest editor {Surname, Name} + (Year) + Issue title (in italics) + Journal title (in italics) + issue number + (optional) Notes + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Example,

Désirat, Claude, Tristan Hordé et Sylvain Auroux (éd.) (1982). Les Idéologues et les sciences du langage. Histoire Épistémologie Langage, 4/1. En ligne: http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescript/issue/hel_0750-8069_1982_num_4_1. Record 2503.

Dissertation, thesis

Author {Surname, Name} + (Year) + Title + Name of the University + Availability (e.g. Published/ Unpublished thesis) + Optional notes (e.g. name of thesis advisor) + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Example,

Nobile, Luca (2005). Il "Trattato della formazione meccanica delle lingue e dei principi fisici dell'etimologia" di Charles de Brosses (1765): un caso di materialismo linguistico-cognitivo nell'età dei Lumi. Edizione italiana, introduzione, commento. [Trad. du titre: "Le "Traité de la formation méchanique des langues et des principes physiques de l'étymologie" de Charles de Brosses (1765): un cas de matérialisme linguistico-cognitif à l'âge des lumières. Édition italienne, introduction, notes"]. Thèse de l'université Rome 1 "La Sapienza", 2005. En ligne: http://padis.uniroma1.it/search.py?recid=541&of=phd. Record 5102.

Preprint, lecture notes

Author {Surname, Name} + (Year) + Title + (optional) Notes + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Example,

Percival, W. Keith (1998) The Regulae Grammaticales of Guarino Veronese, Working edition. Record 2630

Journal article on line

Author + (Year) + Title + URL + (optional) DOI [=Digital Object Identifier] + Date of the visit + (optional) Notes + (possible) URL + number of associated record.

Example,

Blanquie, Christophe (2011). «La preuve chez Dupleix». L'Atelier du Centre de recherches historiques. Revue électronique du CRH. En ligne le 6 novembre 2011, à l'adresse http://acrh.revues.org/4175. Record 2807.

 

3. Download table ready for use

To download empty table (ready for use),

French and english versions, Word format (.DOC): NoticeFormulaires-DOC.zip.

French and english versions, Libre Office format (.ODT): NoticeFormulaires-ODT.zip.

 


[1] The number of characters can be obtained by using Word Count in Microsoft Word: Select the table, open Tools/Word Count, read the number next to character count (with spaces).

[2] Image Mode. In the CTLF or in other sites. In this case, give the website, the number of the edition and the year. E.g. Google Books (2e éd., 1754).

[3] Text Mode. Only in the CTLF site.

[4] Last name and first name (if there are variant forms, list them in the bibliography field)

[5] Optional: only used if the text is adapted by a different author from the original publication (ie do not use this field for the scientific editor).

[6] Optional.

[7] Optional.

[8] In transcription (e.g. if Cyrillic, please use romanized script).

[9] Short form of the title, to be used in scroll-down menus.

[10] Such as alternate titles used in different editions or in practise.

[11] See keywords on CTLF website: http://ctlf.ens-lyon.fr/n_motscles.asp.

[12] This number can be an approximation (e.g. use Word Count to calculate the number of characters of a few representative pages and multiply by the number of pages).

[13] Number of manuscripts, editions or commentaries, possible modifications, institutional history of the book.

[14] Anything can be added here which does not fit into other categories.

[15] Abridged references (name and initial of first name), in alphabetical order, which are then to be given in full in the bibliographical reference list. E.g. Ayres-Bennett W. 1987; Kibbee D.A. 2000; Lagarde J.-P. 1985, etc.

[16] If a revision of an original record, add reviser's name after that of original author, e.g. Jacques Julien; rev. Nathalie Fournier.

[17] Month and date of new record or of update (ex. 2015-12).