Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics

Papers from the Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics

Volume VI: Columbus, Ohio 1992

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| University of Utah
| Ohio State University
| University of Texas
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This volume divides into 3 sections: I. Arabic in Contact: the Hispano-Arabic Connection; II. Arabic in Contact: Other Connections; III. Phonological Perspectives.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 115]  1994.  viii, 238 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
vii
Introduction
1
I. Arabic in contact: the Hispano-Arabic connection
Current state of research in the field of Andalusi Arabic: Achievements and prospects
Federico Corriente
7
Aljamiado and the Moriscos’ Islamicization of Spanish
Consuelo López Morilla
17
From spoken to written language and back: some cultural consideration on Hispano-Arabic phonetics
Vicente Cantarino
25
On Hispano-Arabic Historical phonology: Latin and Romance evidence
Máximo Torreblanca
37
Elements of Romance prosody in the poetry of ibn Quzman
James Monroe
63
II. Arabic in contact: other connections
Connectives in Arabic Diglossia: the case of Lebanese Arabic
Mahmoud Al-Batal
91
Classical Arabic in contact: the transmission to near categorical agreement patterns
R. Kirk Belnap and John Gee
121
On the development of the Arabic subjunctive
David Testen
151
III. Phonological perspectives
Arabic segmental errors and segmental phonology
Sabah Safi-Stagni
169
Rules of phonology: pre- or post-syllable structure?
Basim Majdi and Millicent Winston
185
On emphasis and /r/ i Arabic
Munther A. Younes
215
Index of subjects
237
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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