3 edition of APAL. Annual Publications in African Linguistics, no. 1, 2003 found in the catalog.
APAL. Annual Publications in African Linguistics, no. 1, 2003
|Series||APAL. Annual Publications in African Linguistics -- 1|
|Contributions||Hrsg.: Brenzinger, Matthias|
This is the book you want as a first book to approach the field of African historical linguistics. To contrast, a book like “A Linguistic Geography of Africa” deals with several particular subjects of narrow focus and goes into much detail. Dimmendaal’s work is broad based but has many examples from language studies and comparisons in s: 1. American Dialect Society Publications Duke University Press W. Main St., 18B Durham, NC (fax) [email protected] Editor: Thomas C. Purnell, University of Wisconsin–Madison. Associate Editor for Audio Features: Alexandra D’Arcy, University of Victoria. Associate Editor for Book Reviews.
Schneider-Blum, Gertrud. Verbal extensions in Alaaba (Highland East Cushitic, Ethiopia), Annual Publication in African Linguistics (APAL, Köln) Schneider-Blum, Gertrud. Case in Alaaba (Highland East Cushitic), Proceedings of the XVth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (Hamburg (), Siegbert Ühlig, ed., This advanced historical linguistics course book deals with the historical and comparative study of African languages. The first part functions as an elementary introduction to the comparative method, involving the establishment of lexical and grammatical cognates, the reconstruction of their historical development, techniques for the subclassification of related languages, and the use of.
New Perspectives in Mayan Linguistics, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambrige Scholar's Publishing, , p. Shosted, Ryan. "Articulatory and acoustic characteristics of fricatives in Changana." Selected Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, compiled by E.G. Bokamba, compiled by R. Shosted, compiled by B. Ayalew. The Journal of African Languages and Linguistics was founded in and has established itself as an important refereed forum for publications in African linguistics. The Journal welcomes original contributions on all aspects of African language studies, synchronic as well as diachronic, theoretical as well as data-oriented.
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Beginning date Ending date Title Variation Annual publication in African linguistics Frequency Annual Vol/date range No. 1 ()-no. 5 (). Discount prices on books by Ronny Meyer, including titles like Time in Languages of the Horn of Africa (Abhandlungen Fur Die Kunde Des Morgenlandes).
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An Introduction to African Linguistics is a book which deals with the main features of languages as found mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa, and more particularly in Bantu languages.
As mentioned by one of the authors, "one motivation for writing the book is that, during my graduate studies, I always wished I had access to an introductory book of Cited by: Series Annual Publication in African Linguistics YearNo.
1 Endangered Languages in Africa (out of print) ISBN Edited by: Matthias Brenzinger. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search Book Reviews. book review. War and Its Ideologies: A.
involved in African linguistics. The introduction presents some reasons for studying African languages, but there are many others found in the following chapters themselves. What this book will not cover is topics tangential to core descriptive linguistic concerns:.
1 Book ; Filter by subject keywords. 2 Demography ; 2 1 Ecolinguistics ; 1 Ethnolinguistics ; 1 Flora and fauna ; 1 General ; 1 Grammar, morphosyntax ; 1 Historical linguistics and language change ; 1 Language attitudes and social identity ; 1 Language Annual publication in African linguistics; Publication Year: ; ISSN: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies publishes articles on a wide range of linguistic topics and acts as a forum for research into ALL the languages of southern Africa, including English and Afrikaans.
Original contributions are welcomed on any of the core areas of linguistics, both theoretical (e.g. syntax, phonology, semantics) and applied (e.g. sociolinguistic topics. 1 Agglutination ; 1 Applicative ; 1 Autosegmental phonology ; 1 Clitic ; 1 Etymology ; 1 General ; 1 Historical linguistics and language change ; 1 Interface ; 1 Language contact ; 1 Middle voice ; 1 Mood ; 1 Morphology and word-formation ; 1 Phonology ; 1 Suprasegmental phonology (prosody) 1 Tone ; 1 Valency ; 1 Vowel quantity.
*Corresponding author: Sara Petrollino, Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, PBRA Leiden, The Netherlands, E-mail: [email protected] JALL ; 39(1): – Current Research in African Linguistics recognizes and honors Ọladele Awobuluyi’s contributions to African linguistics.
The contributors, an international group of scholars, represent four generations of African linguists who have been influenced by Awobuluyi’s work as a scholar and teacher.
Book Description. The Handbook of African Linguistics provides a holistic coverage of the key themes, subfields, approaches and practical application to the vast areas subsumable under African linguistics that will serve researchers working across the wide continuum in the field.
Established and emerging scholars of African languages who are active and current in their fields are brought. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
In book: The SAGE. Enslavement, forced migration, war and colonization have led to the global dispersal of Black communities and to the fragmentation of common majority of Black language researchers explore the social and linguistic phenomena of individual Black communities, without looking at Black experiences outside a given community.
This groundbreaking collection re-orders the elitist. The intended audience of this book Anyone producing a book about this mass of languages has inevit-ably to make certain choices.
There are older introductions to African languages in English (Berry and GreenbergWelmersGregersen ), there are volumes that deal with some but not all African languages (BenderBendor.
Palara: publication of the Afro-Latin/American Research Association. Africans, United States, Latin America, African diaspora; Annual; No. 1 (fall )-; Issued by: Afro-Romance Institute of the University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia and the Dept.
of African and African American Studies of the Pennsylvania State University. The Handbook of Linguistics is a general introductory volume designed to address this gap in knowledge about language. Presupposing no prior knowledge of linguistics, it is intended for people who would like to know what linguistics and its subdisciplines are about.
The book was designed to. uctionThe correct descriptive and formal characterization of ATR dominance has been a longstanding unresolved question in African linguistics (and more generally). Casali proposes a treatment of dominance as markedness; doing so, he argues.
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The work of historical and comparative linguists has long interested African historians. By classifying languages into families, linguists provide models of their historical development that may point to historical events and processes that occurred among peoples speaking those languages.Dr.
Azeb Amha is a linguist with interest in the morphology and syntax of Afroasiatic languages, linguistic typology and in the interdisciplinary fields of anthropological linguistics and sociolinguistics.
Currently she is working on the documentation of the Oyda language and studies Wolaitta and Zargulla, all spoken in Ethiopia. InAzeb Amha was awarded a research grant for three years.The site includes an extensive listing of print publications [for sale in South Africa] and research program news.
The 32nd Annual Conference on African Linguistics, March, University of California, Berkeley: "Linguistics Reconstruction and Comparison in Africa." (novembre ). Par Marcel Diki-Kidiri, Edema Atibakwa Baboya.