Bibliographie linguistique de l'année 1999/Linguistic Bibliography for the year 1999
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The present volume of Bibliographie Linguistique I Linguistic Bibliography is the fifty-second to have been published to date. An important innovation is the revised and much expanded classification of the languages of South America. BLonline, the internet version of BL, was officially presented on 21 March 2003 at a symposium in the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, the National Library of the Netherlands, and subsequently at the XVIIth International Congress of Linguists, which was held in Prague, from 24 through 29 July 2003. BLonline now offers over 150,000 titels and is available at . The…mehr

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The present volume of Bibliographie Linguistique I Linguistic Bibliography is the fifty-second to have been published to date. An important innovation is the revised and much expanded classification of the languages of South America. BLonline, the internet version of BL, was officially presented on 21 March 2003 at a symposium in the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, the National Library of the Netherlands, and subsequently at the XVIIth International Congress of Linguists, which was held in Prague, from 24 through 29 July 2003. BLonline now offers over 150,000 titels and is available at . The publication of this volume marks a special event in the history of BL. Dr. Zdenek Tyl and Dr. Milena Tylova (prague) have ended their faithful collaboration after having served as correspondents for the Czech Republic (formerly Czechoslovakia) since 1963. We are very pleased to report that the Ustav pro jazyk cesky, the Institute for the Czech Language, will take over their task. The present volume is also the last to have profited from the expert collaboration of Dr. Rolf Kodderitzsch (Bonn) who has been our correspondent for Celtic linguistics for thirteen years. We kindly thank Dr. Tyl, Dr. Tylova and Dr. Kodderitzsch for their much appreciated efforts. We also gratefully acknowledge the continued contributions from Prof. Dr. Winfried Boeder (Oldenburg) and from the Linguistic State University of Minsk in the fields of Caucasian and Belorussian linguistics.
  • Produktdetails
  • Linguistic Bibliography .1999
  • Verlag: Springer Netherlands; Springer, Berlin
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
  • Seitenzahl: 1596
  • Erscheinungstermin: 8. November 2012
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 240mm x 160mm x 84mm
  • Gewicht: 2499g
  • ISBN-13: 9789401037501
  • ISBN-10: 9401037507
  • Artikelnr.: 39499859
Inhaltsangabe
General works - Généralités.- General linguistics and related disciplines - Linguistique générale et disciplines connexes.- Interrelationships between families of languages - Rapports entre familles de langues.- Indo-European languages - Langues indo-européennes.- Asianic and Mediterranean languages -Langues asianiques et méditerranéennes.- Basque and the ancient languages of the Iberian peninsula - Basque et anciennes langues de la péninsule ibérique.- Hamito-Semitic (Afro-Asiatic) languages - Langues chamito-sémitiques (afro-asiatiques).- Caucasian languages - Langues caucasiennes.- Eurasiatic languages - Langues eurasiatiques.- Burushaski - Bourouchask.- Dravidian Languages - Langues Dravidiennes.- Languages of Mainland South-East Asia - Langues de l' Asie continentale du Sud-Est.- Austronesian, Papuan and Australian languages - Langues austronésiennes, papoues et australiennes.- Languages of Subsaharan Africa - Langues de l' Afrique subsaharienne.- Amerindian languages - Langues amérindiennes.- Pidgins and Creoles - Pidgins et créoles.- Sign languages - Langages gestuels.- Erratum.- Index of Names - Index des Noms.
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"The 'Biographical data' ... counts 369 entries altogether, carrying accounts of the life and work of scholars in the language sciences, bibliographies, obituaries, testimonials ... . Another more recent - and welcome - feature maintained in the HoL section is the regular addition of life-dates of authors in entries on individual authors wherever available. We must remain grateful for the existence of such a valuable reference tool ... ." (Historiographia Linguistica, Vol. XXXI (2-3), 2005)