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{{About|the Indo-Europeanist|the humorist|Douglas Adams}}
'''Douglas Quentin Adams''' is a professor of [[English language|English]] at the [[University of Idaho]] and an [[Indo-European languages|Indo-European]] comparativist. Adams studied at the [[University of Chicago]], taking his PhD in 1972. He is an expert on [[Tocharian languages|Tocharian]] and a contributor on this subject to the ''[[Encyclopædia Britannica]]''.
He has also co-authored two works on [[Indo-European]] culture and languages with [[J. P. Mallory]] of the [[Royal Irish Academy]]. He is a Linguistics Editor at the ''[[Journal of Indo-European Studies]]'', founded by [[Roger Pearson (anthropologist)|Roger Pearson]].<ref name="jies">{{cite web |url= |title=Journal of Indo-European Studies |accessdate= 2009-05-28 }}</ref>
== Works ==
* {{cite book |author=Adams, Douglas; Adam, Douglas Q. |title=Essential modern Greek grammar |publisher=[[Dover Publications]] |location=New York |year=1987 |pages= |isbn=0-486-25133-0 |oclc= |doi= |accessdate= |ref=modernGreekGrammar}}
* {{cite book |author=Adams, Douglas |title=Tocharian historical phonology and morphology |publisher=[[American Oriental Society]] |location=New Haven, Conn |year=1988 |pages= |isbn=0-940490-71-4 |oclc= |doi= |accessdate= | ref=tocharianPhonology }}
* {{Cite book |title=[[Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture]] |last=Mallory |first=J.&nbsp;P. |first2=D.&nbsp;Q.|last2=Adams|year=1997 |publisher=[[Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers]] |location=London and Chicago |isbn=1-884964-98-2 |postscript=<!--None--> }}