6 edition of Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization (Harvard Semitic Museum Publications) found in the catalog.
August 30, 2005
by Eisenbrauns, Inc.
Written in English
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This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the syntax and semantics of a single linguistic phenomenon – the NP-strategy for expressing reciprocity – in synchronic, diachronic, and typological perspectives. Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization [Harvard Semitic Series 57]. Winona Lake IN: Eisenbrauns. Rubin, Aaron D. AARON D. RUBIN: Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization. (Harvard Semitic Studies, ) xvii, pp. Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns, $
The focus of this volume is the interdependence of diachrony and synchrony in the investigation of syntactic structure. A diverse set of modern and ancient languages is investigated from this perspective, including Hittite, the Classical languages, Old Norse, Coptic, Bantu languages, Australian languages and Creoles. A variety of topics are covered, including TAM, diathesis, valency, case. BOOKS AUTHORED. 1. Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, Review: John Engle, Review of Biblical Literature (). Review: Guy Deutscher, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 69 (): Review: Eran Cohen, Bibliotheca Orientalis 63 ():
His M.A. thesis was titled "An Introduction to the Comparative Grammar of Egyptian and Semitic", and his PhD dissertation was titled "Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization". Grammaticalization from a Typological Perspective Edited by Heiko Narrog and Bernd Heine Oxford Studies in Diachronic and Historical Linguistics. The first volume to bring together the topics of grammaticalization and typology; Offers systematic coverage of the languages of the world; Chapters contributed by world-renowned experts in their field.
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Add to basketAdd to wishlist. Description. This groundbreaking study examines the historical development of the Semitic languages from the point of view of grammaticalization, the linguistic process whereby lexical items and constructions lose their lexical meaning and serve grammatical functions.
The author first provides an introduction to this process, followed by a comprehensive overview--with abundant examples from ancient and modern languages--of how it is exemplified in Semitic.5/5(1).
This groundbreaking study examines the historical development of the Semitic languages from the point of view of grammaticalization, the linguistic process whereby lexical items and constructions lose their lexical meaning and serve grammatical functions.
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Grammaticalization in Semitic (Journal of Semitic Studies Supplement)Format: Paperback. This groundbreaking study examines the historical development of the Semitic languages from the point of view of grammaticalization, the linguistic process whereby lexical items and constructions lose their lexical meaning and serve grammatical functions.
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Author: Aaron D. This groundbreaking study examines the historical development of the Semitic languages from the point of view of grammaticalization, the linguistic process whereby lexical items and constructions lose their lexical meaning and serve grammatical by: Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization.
By AARON D. RUBIN. Harvard Semitic Series, vol. Winona Lake, Ind.: EISENBRAUNS, Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization. By AARON D.
RUBIN. Harvard Semitic Series, vol. Winona Lake, Ind.: EISENBRAUNS, Pp. xvii $ This book is a most welcome addition to the literature on grammaticalization, which may, following Paul Hopper and Elizabeth Close Traugott, Grammaticalization (Cambridge Univ.
Press, ), 2, and quoted by the author, be defined as the. Rubin's book is a helpful if small corrective to the neglect of Semitic languages by linguists and specifically in grammaticalization studies. Rubin is to be com plemented for illustrating the heuristic value of grammaticalization for Semitic studies: the collecting of various examples of grammaticalization found throughout the geographic and temporal range of the Semitic lan guages presents an important step forward both for linguists interested in the data and Semitists interested in typological arguments and explanations for Semitic language.
The articles in this volume examine a number of critical issues in grammaticalization studies, including the relationship between grammaticalization and pragmaticalization, subjectification and intersubjectification, and grammaticalization and language contact.
This book explains the verbal system of the Aramaic of Daniel in the context of current research on grammaticalization, which, though first mentioned by Meillet indid not flourish until the beginning of the s, and has only more recently been applied to the study of Ancient Near Eastern languages.
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Studies In Semitic Grammaticalization. Inevitably, such a treatment does not take into account the diachronic development of prepositions into new functions in syntax, semantics and discourse.
The present study applies grammaticalization theory to the analysis of prepositions and subordinators across varieties of Arabic. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International license (CC BY ).
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This chapter consists of four related arguments. We first review the claims about the nature of grammaticalization in isolating languages, specifically those of East and Mainland Southeast Asia (EMSEA); based on this, we present a view that suggests that grammaticalization is indeed a type-specific, or areal, phenomenon.
Following on that, we propose that morphological elaboration is. The article reviews the book "Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization," by Aaron D. Rubin. Traugott, Elizabeth Closs & Graeme Trousdale (eds.) Gradience, gradualness and grammaticalization.
Katz, Aya // Studies in Language;, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p David M Stec; Aaron D. Rubin, Studies in Semitic Grammaticalization (Harvard Semitic Studies 57)., Journal of Semitic Studies, Vol Issue 1, 1 March This volume explores the way in which grammaticalization processes - whereby lexical words eventually become markers of grammatical categories - converge and differ across various types of language.
While grammaticalization at its core is a unidirectional phenomenon, in which the same pathways of change are replicated across languages, certain language types and language areas have distinct.
Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures Studies in Semitic Vocalisation and Reading Traditions EDITED BY AARON D. HORNKOHL AND GEOFFREY KHAN This volume brings together papers rela ng to the pronuncia on of Semi c languages and the representa on of their pronuncia on in wri en form.
The papers focus on sources. However, the last quarter century has witnessed the burgeoning of a grammaticalization "movement," often referred to under the rubric grammaticalization theory. In this book, Rubin attempts to bridge the divide between the linguistic study of grammaticalization and the traditional comparative and historical study of the Semitic languages.Item #M Biblica et Orientalia Editrice Pontificio Istituto Biblico, Roma, In-8, xii & pages.
Original hardcover, as new. Language: English. THIS BOOK SHIPS FROM EUROPE, SHIPPING COSTS WILL BE UPDATED ACCORDINGLY BPF. Relevant subjects: Semitic Epigraphy.This book sets out a new reconstruction for the Semitic case system. It is based on a detailed analysis of the expression of grammatical roles and relations in the attested Semitic languages and, for the first time, brings typological methods to bear in the study of these features in Semitic languages and their reconstruction for proto-Semitic.