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Henning Bergenholtz's list of publication is so long and he has addressed so many topics that the best way in which to do him justice is to list the most important of his published works chronologically. This temporal presentation also gives an indication of the long period in which he has contributed to research and therefore influenced both national and international research communities. Not only has Henning Bergenholtz published theoretical works on lexicography and other topics, but he is also the author and co-author of a range of dictionaries. His theoretical publications in a variety of languages include books and papers on the development of theories and principles for the compilation of dictionaries as well as reviews of dictionaries and monographs in a constant quest to learn from other scholars. The dictionaries he has authored and co-authored cover the spectrum from monolingual general dictionaries to bilingual specialised dictionaries with languages such as Danish, Dutch, English, Malagasy and Spanish within fields as diverse as microbiology and accounting. In addition, he has been the editor of several books and academic journals, e.g. Hermes and LexicoNordica (he is one of the founding fathers of both), he still is and has been on the advisory and editorial boards of several international journals, and he has acted as consultant for several publishing houses around the world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLexicography in the 21st Century : In honour of Henning Bergenholtz
EditorsSandro Nielsen, Sven Tarp
Number of pages26
Place of publicationAmsterdam
PublisherJohn Benjamins Publishing Company
Publication year2009
ISBN (print)978 90 272 2336 4
ISBN (Electronic)9789027289018
Publication statusPublished - 2009
SeriesTerminology and Lexicography Research and Practice (TLRP)

    Research areas

  • Lexicography, Dictionaries, Research

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