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Mon Jan 11 2010
Qs: Language Academies Studies
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Language Academies Studies
Message 1: Language Academies Studies
From: Tsvi Sadan <tsts-cyberia.net>
Subject: Language Academies Studies
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For the purpose of preparing a sociolinguistic study of the academies of
Hebrew, Yiddish and Esperanto in comparison with other language academies,
I need your help in locating two kinds of studies on language academies,
especially on their activities: 1) typological studies on language
academies; 2) surveys of individual language academies. I have looked for
the former in English in vain, so I am planning to do my own typology based
on the latter.
The preferred language of publication is English, but if there is no
important study in this language, I can also cope with German, French,
Russian, Japanese, Italian and Spanish.
I will post here a summary of references I will hopefully receive from you.
I myself will probably add references on Hebrew, Yiddish and Esperanto.
Thank you very much in advance for your help.
Tsvi Sadan (Tsuguya Sasaki), PhD
Lecturer, Department of Hebrew and Semitic Languages
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
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