The mother of all Semitic linguistics bibliographies

As part of my preparations for comprehensive exams next year, I am in full bibliography collection mode. I stumbled across this resource this morning:

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SEMITIC LINGUISTICS (1940-2002[-2006]) by Gregorio del Olmo Lete

Now, it is 131 pages long (with no spaces between entries!), but at least it is organized into manageable categories.


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4 Comments on “The mother of all Semitic linguistics bibliographies”

  1. Thanks for this–this is great!

  2. jimgetz Says:


  3. Chuck Jones Says:

    You might also enjoy: A Bibliography of Ugaritic Grammar and Biblical Hebrew Grammar in the Twentieth Century, by Mark Smith

  4. Peter Bekins Says:

    Thanks Chuck, I had downloaded Mark Smith’s bibliography a while ago, but I completely forgot about posting a link here.

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