The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing
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Article titles are followed by the authors’ names; place of appearance is indicated by volume and page numbers. The link from volume and page numbers will lead to information on publication dates thus yielding a complete reference to the article.

  • Indexes and indexing. E.F. Steiner-Prag and J.M. Jacobstein 1.48–9
  • Indexers’ reference books. Bruce S.C. Harling 7.151–5; supplementary titles 8.61
  • Reference books for American indexers. Ruth M. Hines 8.56–60
  • The role of thesauri in mechanized systems. Alan Gilchrist 9.146–54
  • Subject bibliographies in information work. K. Boodson 10.15–23
  • Indexing Walford. Geoffrey Hamilton 13.260–1
  • English-language dictionaries, past and present. Philip Bradley 15.99–107
  • Reference books for indexers. K.G.B. Bakewell 15.131–40
  • Thesauri their uses for indexers. Pat F. Booth 15.141–4
  • A founding father: Frederick Ruffner and the GALE Research Co. Philip Bradley 16.22–31
  • A bibliometric study of indexing and abstracting 1876–1976. Ming-Yueh Tsay 16.234–8
  • The Oxford thesaurus: British and American editions. Philip Bradley 18.192–4
  • The body of a reference work in relation to its index: an analysis of Wordsmanship. Bella Hass Weinberg 20.18–22
  • The making of a dictionary: James A.H. Murray. Hazel K. Bell 20.78–80
  • Indexing: a current-awareness bibliography: regular instalments compiled by Hans H. Wellisch, volumes 15–16 (1986–89); by Jean Wheeler, volumes 18–21 (1992–98)
  • A new standard for controlled vocabularies. Emily Fayen 24.62–65
  • The Atlantic Monthly’s ‘proper name index.’ Benjamin Healy 24.68–70
  • Developing and using new reference tools to search the jurisprudence of the World Trade Organization: the case of the Appellate Body Repertory. Iain Sandford, Steve Cooper and Fernando Preto Ramos 24.218–222
  • The British Museum catalogue of Hebrew incunabula: an evaluation of its information design and indexes. Bella Hass Weinberg 25.12–15
  • Searching the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Rupert Mann 25.16–18
  • Book indexing in China. Liqun Dai 26.3
  • A Turkish treasure trove. Meral Alakus 26.8
  • Indexing theatre programmes. Dennis Bryans 26.118–120
  • Bibliography in a digital age. Geraldine Triffitt 26.127–131
  • A ha’p’orth of tar. [Cambridge history of the book in Britain, vol. vi, 1830-1914] John Sutherland 27.134
  • Islamic and Middle Eastern materials: resources for the indexer. Barbara Hird and Peter Andrews 29.127–9
  • Web resources for indexers. Pierke Bosschieter and Jan Wright 30.53–55
  • A bibliography for indexing lives. Hazel K. Bell 30.147-147
  • Bibliography and the indexer: cullings from the Almanacco bibliografico. Maureen MacGlashan 31.81-85
  • Where is the evidence? A review of the literature on the usability of book indexes. Mary Coe 32.161-168
  • The Chicago manual of style on indexes: how it has changed. Sylvia Coates 36.68–70
  • Melbourne indexers rate the indexes to CMoS. Mary Russell and Max McMaster 36.70–3
  • The Chicago manual of style on indexes in electronic publications and the use of metadata. Glenda Browne 36.115-118
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