Essays in the history of dialect studies: From ancient Greece to modern dialectology

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Raf Van Rooy (ed.)

Van Rooy, R. (2020) Essays in the history of dialect studies: From ancient Greece to modern dialectology, Nodus Publikationen; Münster



Raf Van Rooy: Introduction: Towards a long history of dialect studies (pp. 7-9)

— Part 1: Antiquity and the early Middle Ages:
Anna Novokhatko: Awareness of linguistic variation in Archaic and Classical Greece (pp. 10-32) // Cécile Conduché: Latin et dialectes grecs chez Priscien. De la périphérie au centre (pp. 33-47)

— Part 2: The early modern period:
Elizaveta Zimont: Variation diatopique dans la lexicographie français↔néerlandais aux XVIe et XVIIe siècles. Réception et usage des marques diatopiques (pp. 48-67) // Raf Van Rooy: The riddle of the Greek language unraveled by a Renaissance Oedipus. Otto Walper and his manual on the Greek dialects (1589) (pp. 68-84) // Josef Eskhult: The concept of DIALECT in the works of three seventeenth-century linguistic theorists: Georg Stiernhielm, Claudius Salmasius and Christian Ravius. An exploratory survey of their intellectual contexts, defining criteria, and classificatory aims (pp. 85-106) //

— Part 3: The modern period:
Carita Klippi: Dialect and its technologies. Communities of practice in Gallo-Romance dialectology (pp. 107-135) // Joseph Reisdoerfer: Du glossaire « romantique » à l’atlas linguistique. Aperçu critique sur l’histoire de la dialectologie en Lorraine romane (pp. 136-156) // Alicia Beckford Wassink & Nicole Chartier: Insufficient documentation in contemporary dialectology. The case of Washington state (pp. 157-165) //

— References

— Index nominum

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Nodus Publikationen, Münster
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ISBN • 978-3-89323-022-8