Joan Houston Hall

Joan Houston Hall is Distinguished Scientist at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. She joined the DARE staff in 1975, became Associate Editor in 1979, and was named Chief Editor in 2000.

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Cover: Dictionary of American Regional EnglishDictionary of American Regional EnglishHall, Joan HoustonWEBSITE01/03/2014$49.00Order Form: Individual Subscription »
Cover: Dictionary of American Regional English, Volume VI: Contrastive Maps, Index to Entry Labels, Questionnaire, and Fieldwork DataDictionary of American Regional English, Volume VI: Contrastive Maps, Index to Entry Labels, Questionnaire, and Fieldwork DataHall, Joan HoustonHARDCOVER01/08/2013$103.50
Cover: Dictionary of American Regional English, Volume V: Sl-ZDictionary of American Regional English, Volume V: Sl-ZHall, Joan HoustonHARDCOVER03/20/2012$149.00
Cover: Dictionary of American Regional English, Volume IV: P-SkDictionary of American Regional English, Volume IV: P-SkHall, Joan HoustonHARDCOVER12/31/2002$130.00
Cover: Dictionary of American Regional English, Volume III: I-ODictionary of American Regional English, Volume III: I-OCassidy, Frederic G.
Hall, Joan Houston
HARDCOVER12/01/1996$149.00
Cover: Dictionary of American Regional English: Volume II: D–HDictionary of American Regional English: Volume II: D–HCassidy, Frederic G.
Hall, Joan Houston
HARDCOVER09/01/1991$149.00
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