[XeTeX] BibTeX and LSA style

Alan Munn amunn at msu.edu
Wed Mar 25 22:54:12 CET 2009

At 4:28 AM -0700 3/25/09, Arash Zeini wrote:
>My question has only partially to do with XeTeX. I am asking it here 
>because I feel there are many linguists and philologists on this 
>list, who might be able to help me.
>I would like to know if anyone uses the LSA style for generating 
>bibliographies and how this is being done. A description of the LSA 
>system can be found here:

This query is probably more appropriate for the ling-tex mailing 
list. <http://heim.ifi.uio.no/~dag/ling-tex.html>

Here's a recent message from that list which has what you need:  -Alan

At 6:22 PM -0400 3/14/09, Kai von Fintel wrote:
>On Mar 14, 2009, at 4:23 PM, David J Iannucci wrote:
>>I'm writing an MA thesis using LaTeX, trying to use bibtex, and want to
>>find an easy way to get it to format in LSA style (or close).
>If you mean the new unified stylesheet for linguistics as described at
>and downloadable at
>then might I recommend sp.bst, the bibtex stylesheet for the 
>LSA-supported open-access journal Semantics & Pragmatics 
>(<http://semprag.org>), downloadable at
>We tried to stick as close as possible to the unified stylesheet 
>(modulo disagreeing with them about the alphabetization of names 
>like "van Gelderen" or "von Fintel").

Alan Munn						amunn at msu.edu
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