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Title: Ostmitteldeutsche Schreibsprachen im Spätmittelalter (East Middle German Written Languages in the Late Middle Ages)
Edited By: Luise Czajkowski
Corinna Hoffmann
Hans Ulrich Schmid
URL: http://www.degruyter.de/cont/fb/sp/detailEn.cfm?id=IS-9783110196054-1
Series Title: Studia Linguistica Germanica 89
Description:

The volume presents a collection of papers on research into East Middle
German written languages in the Late Middle Ages. The topics cover aspects
of historical East Middle German from the beginning of records until about
1500 from the perspectives of linguistic geography, the sociology of
language, philology, textual history and regional history.

From the Contents:

Hans Ulrich Schmid: Ostmitteldeutsche Schreibsprachen im Spätmittelalter.
(Vor-) Überlegungen zu einem Forschungsprojekt; Luise Czajkowski / Corinna
Hoffmann: Vorarbeiten zu einer Dokumentation der Ostmitteldeutschen
Schreibsprachen im Spätmittelalter; Robert Peters / Christian Fischer: Der
Atlas spätmittelalterlicher Schreibsprachen des niederdeutschen Altlandes
und angrenzender Gebiete’ (ASnA); Norbert Richard Wolf: HistSUF.
Überlegungen zum verhinderten historischen Sprachatlas von Unterfranken;
Gotthard Lerchner: Sprachhistoriographie im Spannungsfeld zwischen Oralität
und Literalität; Rudolf Bentzinger: Sprachgeographische und
sprachsoziologische Merkmale der beiden Erfurter
Historienbibel-Handschriften um 1430; Rudolf Grosse / Brigitte Uhlig: Zur
Bedeutung der Sprache der spätmittelalterlichen Rechtsbücher im
Ostmitteldeutschen; Ralf G. Päsler: Zur Sprachensituation im
Deutschordensland Preussen. Ein Problemaufriss; Rainer Hünecke: Zur Syntax
der beginnenden muttersprachlichen Schrift-lichkeit. Am Beispiel der
Urkunden der Stadt Dresden aus dem 14. Jahrhundert; Enno Bünz:
Ostmitteldeutsche Urkundenüberlieferung. Zum Editionsstand der
mittelalterlichen Urkunden in Sachsen; Wolfgang Beck: Grenzen und
Möglichkeiten einer Corpuserstellung deutscher Literatur des Mittelalters
in Thüringen; Henning Steinführer: Zur Überlieferung der sächsischen Städte
im späten Mittelalter als Quelle für eine Untersuchung der
Ostmitteldeutschen Schreibsprachen im Spätmittelalter; Jörn Weinert:
Möglichkeiten zeitlicher Einordnung undatierter omd. Texte des 14.
Jahrhunderts; Christoph Mackert / Falk Eisermann: Perspektiven der
Zusammenarbeit zwischen Handschriftenkatalogisierung und historischer
Sprachgeographie; Jürgen Wolf: Ostmitteldeutsche Handschriften des
Mittelalters im Hand-schriftenarchiv der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie
der Wissenschaften; Luise Czajkowski / Corinna Hoffmann: Protokoll der
Abschlussdiskussion

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Publication Year: 2007
Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): German
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ISBN-13: 9783110196054
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