RECENT REVIEWS by Jim Hurford
- Review of
Tomasello and Elizabeth Bates (Eds),
Language Development: the essential readings.
Blackwell publishers, Oxford, 2001. To appear (perhaps in shortened
form) in Quarterly Review of Biology.
- Review of Michael Corballis, From
Hand to Mouth: the origins of language, Princeton University
Press, Princeton, 2002. Journal of Linguistics, 39(1).
- Review of Philip Lieberman, Human
Language and our Reptilian Brain: The Subcortical Bases
of Speech, Syntax, and Thought, Harvard University Press, Cambridge,
Mass, 2000. Quarterly Review of Biology,76,3: 383.
- Review of Barbara J. King (Ed.), 1999,
The Origins of Language: What Nonhuman Primates Can Tell Us.
Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press. Review in
Quarterly Review of Biology, 76,1:116-118 (March, 2001).
- Review of Geoffrey Sampson, 1997/1999
Educating Eve: the `language instinct' debate. Cassell,
London. Journal of Linguistics, 36,3:663-664 (2000). To view from postscript file.
- Review of Terrence Deacon, 1997 The Symbolic Species: The
co-evolution of language and the human brain , Allen Lane, The
Penguin Press, London. The Times Literary
Supplement, October 23rd, 1998, p.34. To
view from postscript
- Review of Andrew Lock and Charles Peters
(Eds) 1996 Handbook of Human Symbolic Evolution, Clarendon
Press, Oxford. Journal of Linguistics, 35,1:200-206 (1999). To view from postscript file.
- Review of Jean Aitchison, 1996 The Seeds of Speech: Language
origin and evolution , Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics,
Cambridge University Press. Review for Quarterly Review of
Biology. To view from