LINGUIST List 8.941

Fri Jun 27 1997

Books: Historical Ling

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Message 1: New Book: Historical Linguistics

Date: Sun, 22 Jun 1997 17:41:27 +0200 (MEST)
From: Christoph Eyrich <eyrichzedat.fu-berlin.de>
Subject: New Book: Historical Linguistics

		 Hans Henrich Hock (Editor)

	HISTORICAL, INDO-EUROPEAN, AND LEXICOGRAPHICAL STUDIES 
 A Festschrift for Ladislav Zgusta on the Occasion of his 70th
			 Birthday

		 1997. 23 x 15.5 cm. VI, 393 pages. 
		 Cloth DM 238,-/approx. US$ 170.00
			 ISBN 3-11-012884-5 
	 Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 90

 Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York


Mirroring the range of Ladislav Zgusta's publications this volume
presents Indo-European and general historical studies, running the
gamut from phonology to morphology and syntax to etymology and the
history of linguistics as well as lexicographical papers and
theoretical contributions. In addition, the volume contains a complete
bibliography of Ladislav Zgusta's publications, up-to-date through the
summer of 1994.

 Contents 

Introduction * Publications of Ladislav Zgusta * I. Indo-European and
general historical linguistic studies * Hans Henrich Hock, Nexus and
"extraclausality" in Vedic, or "sa-fige" all over again: A historical
(re)examination * Henry M. Hoenigswald, Some archaisms in the Illiad *
Bh. Krishnamurti, The origin and evolution of primary derivative
suffixes in Dravidian * W. P. Lehmann, Ex oriente nox * Edgar
C. Polome, Indo-European religion * Karl Horst Schmidt, Archaism and
innovation in Proto-Celtic? * Ruediger Schmitt, On Old Persian
hypocoristics in -iya- * Oswald Szemerenyi, Some problems of Latin
adverbs * Johann Tischler, Hittite telipuri- "district, precinct" *
Werner Winter, Lexical archaisms in the Tocharian languages *
II. Papers on lexicography and history of linguistics * V. I. Abaev,
Corrections and additions to the Ossetic etymological dictionary *
Francisco R. Adrados, More on the Diccionario Griego-Espanol * Elmer
H. Antonsen, Uphill with Dasypodius: On the lexicographic treatment of
weak nouns in German * Walter Belardi, The gnosiological and dianoetic
aspects of language and the limitedness of G. B. Vico's theory *
Fredric Dolezal, Re-constructing ideology, Part one: Animadversions of
John Horne Tooke on the origins of affixes and non-designative words *
Olivier Masson, Greek maulisterion and its group: A lexicographical
essay * Oskar Reichmann, The vocabulary of culture: A potential method
of contrastive description * Haiim B. Rosen, The lexical Semitisms of
Septuagint Greek as a reflex of the history of the Hebrew vocabulary:
Implications concerning lexical diachrony and historical lexicography
* Herbert Ernst Wiegand, Printed language dictionaries and their
standardization: Notes on the progress toward a general theory of
lexicography

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