Centrepieces

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Centrepiece 1 – Volume 25(2), October 2006: Indexing personal names 1

  • C1:1 Chinese personal names — Liqun Dai
  • C1:3 The hundred surnames: a Pinyin index — Liqun Dai
  • C1:8 French names — Noeline Bridge
  • C1:11 Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names — Jacqueline Pitchford
  • C1:15 Italian names — Christine Shuttleworth

Centrepiece 2 – Volume 25(3), April 2007: Indexing personal names 2

  • C2:1 Australian Aboriginal names — Geraldine Triffitt
  • C2:5 Turkish names — Meral Alakus
  • C2:9 Arabic names — Heather Hedden

Centrepiece 3 – Volume 25(4), October 2007: Indexing personal names 3

  • C3:1 Khoe-San names (African click languages) — Shelagh Willet
  • C3:5 Spanish personal names — Francine Cronshaw
  • C3:8 Ethiopian names — Kebreab W. Giorgis
  • C3:10 Tibetan names: some suggestions — E.E.G.L. Searight
  • C3:12 Asian names — Nasreen Akhtar

Centrepiece 4 – Volume 26(2), June 2008: Indexing personal names 4

  • C4:1 Browser bar: personal names — Pierke Bosschieter
  • C4:2 Japanese names — John Power

Centrepiece 5  – Volume 26(4), December 2008:

  • C5:1 Notes on the indexing of biblical and related materials — Peter Andrews and Meg Davies
  • C5:6 Some useful international law websites

Centrepiece 6 – Volume 29(2), June 2011: The indexing of personal names:

  • C6:1 Irish prefixes and the alphabetization of personal names — Róisín Nic Cóil
  • C6:7 The indexing of Welsh personal names — Donald Moore
  • C6:15 The indexing of Welsh place-names — Donald Moore

Centrepiece 7 – Volume 29(3), September 2011:

  • C7:1 Military indexing: men and machines — Michael Forder

Centrepiece 8 – Volume 29(4), December 2011:

  • C8:1 Personal names as phrases — Noeline Bridge
  • C8:5 Indexing societies around the world: a brief survey

Centrepiece – Volume 30(2), June 2012 (retrospective):

  • C:Retrospective Māori names in indexes — Robin Briggs

Centrepiece 9 – Volume 31(2), June 2013:

  • C9:1 Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) names: resources for the indexer — Lam Lai Heung
  • C9:6 Asian names in an English-language context: negotiating the structural and linguistic minefield — Fiona Swee-Lin Price

Centrepiece 10 – Volume 31(3), September 2013:

  • C10:1 Author citations and the indexer — Sylvia Coates
  • C10:4 Tips for newcomers: Wellington 2013 compiled — Jane Douglas
  • C10:7 Reflections on the Wilson judging for 2012 — Margie Towery

Centrepiece 11 – Volume 31(4), December 2013:

  • C11:1 Successful subheadings — Fred Leise
  • C11:6 Numbers in indexing — Max McMaster

Centerpiece 12 – Volume 32(4), December 2014:

  • C12:1 Food for thought the expanding universe of cookbook indexing — Gillian Watts
  • C12:5 Culinary indexers’ reference sources — Catherine Sassen

Centerpiece 13 – Volume 33(2), June 2015:

  • C13:1 Words and pictures – indexing art books: some practical experience — Joan Dearnley

Centerpiece 14 – Volume 33(3), September 2015:

  • C14:1 Name authority control in large projects — Linda Dunn
  • C14:8 Names and the indexer — Linda Dunn

Centerpiece 15 – Volume 33(4), December 2015:

  • C15:1 Resources for handling titles to creative works in indexes — Linda Dunn
  • C15:6 Resources for handling personal names in indexes — Linda Dunn
  • C15:11 Resources for handling corporate names in indexes — Linda Dunn

Centerpiece 16 – Volume 34(1), March 2016:

  • C16:1 Resources for handling geographic names in indexes — Linda Dunn
  • C16:5 Resources for handling event names in indexes — Linda Dunn

Centerpiece 17 – Volume 35(3), September 2017:

  • C17:1 Sikh names: theory, conventions and practices — Manjit K. Sahai
  • C17:3 Zoological indexing — Max McMaster
  • C17:7 Names and titles in the Orthodox Church — Stephen Ullstrom

Centerpiece 18 – Volume 35(4), December 2017:

  • C18:1 An American pamphlet on book indexing: J. Ben Nichols’s Indexing: a manual for librarians, authors and publishers (1892) — Alan Walker
  • C18:4 Indexing: a manual for librarians, authors and publishers — J. Ben Nichols
  • C18:15 Some early guidance on arrangement and cross-referencing in an index — H. B. Wheatley

Centerpiece 19  – Volume 36(1), March 2018:

  • C19:1 Sir Edward Cook’s ‘Art of indexing’ (1918) — Michael Robertson
  • C19:2 The art of indexing — Edward Cook
  • C19:8 Punch and the indexer
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