Studies in Baltic and Indo-European Linguistics: In Honor of William R. Schmalstieg
This collection of twenty-nine research papers is dedicated to the eminent Balticist, Slavicist and Indo-Europeanist, William R. Schmalstieg in commemoration of his seventy-fifth birthday. It contains contributions by specialists of mainly Baltic and Indo-European linguistics which are reflective of Schmalstieg's own scholarly interests over the decades of his career, including technical aspects of Baltic and Indo-European phonology, morphology and syntax, etymology, language universals, the history of linguistics and the Baltic text tradition. Contributors include prominent scholars from the United States and Europe, both east and west. All papers are in English, and all linguistic material in less commonly known languages is provided with an English translation, making the contents accessible to a wider audience of readers.
Čo hovoria ostatní - Napísať recenziu
Na obvyklých miestach sme nenašli žiadne recenzie.
On the Genitive with Neuter Participles and Verbal Nouns in Lithuanian
To Be or Not To Be in the IndoEuropean Languages
On the Spread of the Thematic Present
On the Subject of Old Prussian Estate Names
IndoEuropean men and tel
Phrase and Idiom in Bretkes Old Lithuanian Bible
IndoEuropean peik and Baltic peik
Derivational Morphology of the Early IndoEuropean Verb
Thoughts on Declension in the Old Prussian Catechism
SchmidtWartenberg A Forgotten Balticist
Double Orthography in American Lithuanian Newspapers
Baldi P P U Dini eds Studies in Baltic and IndoEuropean Linguistics pp vviii
From Lithuanian Couronian or German?
On the Marking of Predicate Nominals in Baltic
New Data on Resolving the Puzzle of the Wolfenbüttel Postilla
Iné vydania - Zobraziť všetky
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