Bono Homini Donum

Essays in Historical Linguistics, in Memory of J. Alexander Kerns. (2 volumes)

HardboundAvailable
ISBN 9789027235077 | EUR 233.00 | USD 350.00
 
e-Book
ISBN 9789027280954 | EUR 233.00 | USD 350.00
 
The volume starts with a -- posthumous -- paper by Alexander Kerns, written by Benjamins Schwartz, on the Indo-European tense system. This is followed by a rich array of papers on the reconstruction of older languages, ranging from Indo-European and Afroasiatic to Cretan.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 16]  1981.  xvi, 557, viii, 581 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
vii
Dedication
ix–xi
Table of contens
xiii–xvi
Section I: Kerns-Schwartz coda
On the Indo-european tense system
J. Alexander Kerns and Benjamin Schwartz
3–13
Section II: Indo-european studies
The pre-History of Tocharian preterite participles
Douglas Q. Adams
17–24
Rhotacism in hieroglyphic Luwian (with commentary by Allan R. Bomhard)
Yoël L. Arbeitman and Gilbert-James Ayala
25–29
Anaphoriques du type νι νen hittite
Françoise Bader
31–45
Intervocalic laryngeal in Gatha-Avestan
Robert S.P. Beekes
47–64
Venetic revisited
Madison S. Beeler
65–71
New linguistic data for Hispano-Celtic: An evaluation
Cornelius Joseph Crowley
73–85
Levels of phonological restriction in Greek affixes
Edwin D. Floyd
87–106
Some characteristics of modern colloquial Welsh (Cymraeg Byw)
Robert A. Fowkes
107–118
Concerning the reply of Kerns and Schwarz to Austin
John A.C. Greppin
119–126
Albanian edhe “and”
Eric P. Hamp
127–131
“Decem” and “Taihyn” languages: An Indo-European isogloss
Paul J. Hopper
133–142
Judeo-Italian lexical items collected by Zalman Yvoely
George Jochnowitz
143–157
L’imaginaire en linguistique
Guy Jucquois
159–178
The genitive singular ending in — syo: How an Indo-Europeanist works
Winfred P. Lehmann
179–188
Etymological observations on bramling, bunting, fieldfare, godwit, and wren
W.B. Lockwood
189–201
Noch einmal hethitisch ḫeu- “regen”
Erich Neu
203–212
A functional viwew of word equations
Christian Peeters
213–216
Greek nouns of the type of κνημΐς
James W. Poultney
217–236
“Spider” and “mole” in hittite
Jaan Puhvel
237–242
Ergatrivity in Indo-European
William R. Schmalstieg
243–258
On Hittite-Luwian andIndo-European etymologies
Vitalij Shevoroshkin
259–261
On Indo-European sigmatic verbal formations
Kenneth Shields
263–279
Sprachverfall und Sprachtod besonders im Lichte indogermaischer Sprachen
Oswald Szemerényi
281–310
Schwundstufige Formen von langvokalischen Verben im Altindischen
Johann Tischler
311–323
Recherches comparatives sur le vocabolaire des langues anatoliennes
A.J. van Windekens
325–344
Hittite ḫarziyalla-
Calvert Watkins
345–348
Section III: Typological studies and distant linguistic relationship
Indo-European and Afroasiatic: New evidence for the connetction
Allan R. Bomhard
351–474
Typological paralells between Proto-Indo-European and the northwest Cuacasian languages
John Colarusso
475–557
Volume II
Typology versus reconstruction
George Dunkel
559–569
Language typology and language universals and their implications for the reconstruction of the Indo- European stop system
Thomas V. Gamkrelidze
571–609
Section IV: Afroasiatic studies
An inquiry into the formation of the Middle Aramaic dialects
Daniel Boyarin
613–649
Les niveaux de langue dans la poésie populaire arabe du maghreb
Jaques Grand’Henry
651–658
Coptic double consonants
Carleton T. Hodge
659–664
Diglossia in ancient Hebrew as revealed through compound verbs
Gary Rendsburg
665–677
The structure and inflexion of the verb in the Semito-Mamitic grammar
Otto Rössler
679–748
Section V: Cretan studies
Santas and Kupapa on Crete
Jon-Christian Billigmeier
751–760
The Semitic language of Minoan Crete
Cyrus H. Gordon
761–782
The Phaistos disk, again?
Benjamin Schwartz
783–799
Section VI: Varia
La scomparsa del “passato remoto” in romanzo e in tedesco
Giuliano Bonfante
803–806
Principles of stylistic analysis
Giorgio Buccellati
807–836
“Rekomponierte” Lehnbildungen
Roberto Gusmani
837–843
Altaic origins of the Japanese verb classes
Roy Andrew Miller
845–880
Can graphemic change cause phonemic change?
Edgar C. Polomé
881–888
The Hittite is my mother: An Anatolean approach to Gennesis 23 (ex Indo-Europea lux)
Yoël L. Arbeitman
889–1026
Index Verborum
1027–1076
Cited by

Cited by other publications

Costello, John R.
1999. Robert A. Fowkes, 1913–1998. <i>WORD</i> 50:3  pp. 365 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 02 february 2020. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.

Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  82126634