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Reconstructing languages and cultures

Abstracts and materials from the First International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Language and Prehistory, Ann Arbor, 8-12 November, 1988 (BPX)

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Published by N. Brockmeyer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Comparative linguistics,
  • Congresses,
  • Historical linguistics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPerfect Paperback
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9008873M
    ISBN 103883397083
    ISBN 109783883397085

    Reconstructing Indo-European Syllabification Andrew M. Byrd University of Kentucky, (Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa Mono-xiv. ——— (b). Book Notice of Clackson, James and Birgit Anette Olsen (eds.), Indo-European Word Formation: Proceedings of the Conference held at the Uni-. A compact and practical introductory volume to Roman women is a welcome addition to the study of women in Classical antiquity. Part of a new Cambridge Introduction to Roman Civilization series, Eve D'Ambra's Roman Women aims to introduce the daily lives of Roman women to students with no previous knowledge of the topic. D'Ambra demonstrates how a range of sources, written and material, are Author: Rachel Meyers.

    Reconstructing Jewish Identity in Pre- and Post-Holocaust Literature and Culture Series: Warsaw Studies in Jewish History and Memory Edited By Lucyna Aleksandrowicz-Pedich and Malgorzata Pakier. In this ground-breaking new book, Anna Wierzbicka brings psychological, anthropological and lingusitic insights to bear on our understanding of the way emotions are expressed and experienced in different cultures, languages, and culturally-shaped social relations. The expression of emotion in the face, body and modes of speech are all explored and Wierzbicka shows how the bodily expression of.

    , Edgar C. Polomé, Werner Winter, Reconstructing languages and cultures: 'the temple caught fire from the onfallen lightning' [ ] , V. V. Adushkin, Ivan Nemchinov, Catastrophic events caused by . Understanding world cultures and being conversant in another language are fundamental skills for today's global citizens. Graduates with multiple languages go on to find work in fields as diverse as government, politics, international relations, journalism, health and social services, translation services, environmental advocacy, education, and the arts.


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Reconstructing Languages and Cultures (Trends in Linguistics: Studies & Monographs) Reprint ed. Edition. by Werner Winter (Editor), Edgar C. Polomé (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. Author: Werner Winter.

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Wrenhaven, Cleveland State University. Abstract The present study investigates the adjectival profiling of shame from a cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective. This concept, overarching the field of negative self-evaluative emotions, is operationalized through two lexical categories (‘shame’ and ‘embarrassment’) that are comparable in the languages under : Karolina Krawczak.

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Reconstructing Dixie explores how ideas about the South function within American culture. Narratives of the region often cohere around such tropes as southern hospitality The South has long played a central role in America’s national imagination—the site of the trauma of slavery and of a vast nostalgia industry, alternatively the nation’s /5.

The present study investigates the adjectival profiling of shame from a cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective. This concept, overarching the field of negative self-evaluative emotions, is operationalized through two lexical categories (‘shame’ and ‘embarrassment’) that are comparable in the languages under investigation.

The usage of the adjectival exponents of these. Edgar Charles Polomé (31 July – 11 March ) was a Belgian-born American university professor and was for decades Professor of Comparative Religions and Languages at the University of Texas. Fluent in French, Dutch, German, Swahili, Italian, Swedish and Danish, Polomé taught Sanskrit, Pali, Hittite, Avestan, Old Persian and Gothic, the comparative grammar of Greek.

Across Languages and Cultures publishes original articles and reviews on all sub-disciplines of Translation and Interpreting (T/I) Studies: general T/I theory, descriptive T/I studies and applied T/I studies. Special emphasis is laid on the questions of multilingualism, language.

Nostratic is a hypothetical and controversial macrofamily, which includes many of the indigenous language families of Eurasia, although its exact composition and structure vary among typically comprises Kartvelian, Indo-European, and Uralic languages; some languages from the disputed Altaic family; the Afroasiatic languages spoken in North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Arabian Geographic distribution: Europe, Asia except for the.

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Reconstructing Languages and Cultures (1st ed.). Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 35– ISBN OCLC Schrijver, Peter (). "Pruners and trainers of the Celtic family tree: The rise and development of Celtic in light of language contact".Linguistic classification: Indo-EuropeanItalo-Celtic.

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Unlike newly founded temples, which were celebrated for their novelty, temple renovations were oriented toward the past. Kings took the opportunity to rehearse a selective history of the temple, evoking certain past traditions and omitting others. In this way, temple renovations were a.

Through an examination of lexical, visual and literary representations of slaves, this book considers how the image of the slave was used to justify, reinforce and naturalize slavery in ancient Greece.

World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Faculty Publications. Reconstructing the Slave: The Image of the Slave in Ancient Greece Cited by: 6.Although the importance of slavery to Greek society has long been recognized, most studies have primarily drawn upon representations of slaves as sources of evidence for the historical institution, while there has been little consideration of what the representations can tell us about how the Greeks perceived slaves and why.

Although historical reality clearly played a part in the way slaves Cited by: 6. Nearly half of the 7, languages spoken in the world are expected to vanish in the next years. One of them is Athabaskan, a language of the Siletz tribe in the Pacific Northwest.

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