List of lexicographers
The following are lexicographers, people who specialise in the theory and practice of dictionary making (see Lexicography).
August Theodor Arvidson
August Theodor Arvidson (born October 13, 1883) was a bishop of The Methodist Church in Sweden.Arvidson was born in Järpas, Sweden to Lutheran parents. He was converted to Methodism in his youth and j...
Copy (written)
Copy refers to written material, in contrast to photographs or other elements of layout, in a large number of contexts, including magazines, advertising, and books.In advertising, web marketing and si...
Daniel Galera
Daniel Galera (São Paulo, 1979) is a Brazilian writer, translator and editor. He was born in São Paulo, but was raised and spent most of his life in Porto Alegre, until 2005 when he went back to São P...
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Nigel Warburton
Nigel Warburton (/ˈwɔrbərtən/; born 1962) is a British philosopher. He is best known as a populariser of philosophy, having written a number of books in the genre, but he has also written academic wor...
Robert William Chapman (scholar)
Robert William Chapman, usually known in print as R. W. Chapman (5 October 1881 in Eskbank, Scotland – 20 April 1960 in Oxford) was a British scholar, book collector and editor of Samuel Johnson...
Software
Computer software or simply software is any set of machine-readable instructions that directs a computer's processor to perform specific operations. Computer software contrasts with computer hardware,...
Mark Alessi
Mark Alessi is an American businessman who has been the CEO of a number of companies, most notably as founder of comic publisher CrossGen where he created a number of the titles.
Alessi's first ma...
Louise Seaman Bechtel
Louise Seaman Bechtel (1894–April 12, 1985) was an American editor, critic, author, and teacher of young children.
Bechtel graduated from Vassar College in 1915 and was the first person to head a ...
Genetic editing
Genetic editing (French critique génétique; German genetische Kritik) is an approach to scholarly editing in which an exemplar is seen as derived from a dossier of other manuscripts and events. The de...
John Edward Lloyd
Sir John Edward Lloyd (who wrote as J. E. Lloyd) (5 May 1861 – 20 June 1947), was a Welsh historian, the author of the first serious history of the country's formative years, A History of Wales ...
Frederick J. Pohl
Frederick Julius Pohl (1889–1991) was a prolific playwright, literary critic, editor, and book writer. He is best known for his books espousing speculative and controversial historical theories of Pr...
Frederick J. Pohl - Wikipedia
Terminology
Terminology is the study of terms and their use. Terms are words and compound words or multi-word expressions that in specific contexts are given specific meanings—these may deviate from the meanings ...
Baron Barrymore Halpenny
Baron Barrymore Halpenny is a commercial artist, executive editor, writer and historian of traditions and culture, who does work for several publications, but is best known for his book cover illustra...
Cary Bates
Cary Bates (born 1948) is an American comic book, animation television and film writer.
Bates began submitting ideas for comic book covers to DC Comics at the age of 13, and a number of them were ...
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James Negus
James Negus (22 February 1927 – 22 February 2008) was a British philatelist and book editor.
Jim Negus was a student of chemistry and then a civil servant. Later he worked as a literary editor for...
Hans-Martin Sass
Hans-Martin Sass (born December 1935), is a bioethicist.He is a Professor of Philosophy at Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, and a Senior Research Scholar at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georget...