List of John Benjamins publications for which Anneli Luhtala plays a role.
Latin Grammars in Transition, 1200 - 1600
Edited by Anneli Luhtala and Mark E. Amsler
[Historiographia Linguistica, 44:2/3] 2017. vi, 270 pp.
Subjects History of linguistics
Grammar and Philosophy in Late Antiquity: A study of Priscian's sources
[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 107] 2005. x, 171 pp.
Subjects Classical philosophy | History of linguistics
Chapter 1. Syntactic relations in ancient and medieval grammatical theory. Chapters of Dependency Grammar: A historical survey from Antiquity to Tesnière, Imrényi, András and Nicolas Mazziotta (eds.), pp. 23–582020.
It was the Stoics among the ancient philosophers who most vividly developed the philosophy of language as part of their logic. Within their theory of meaning, they recognized various types of predicates which required one or more cases or ‘arguments’ to complete their meaning. A minimal complete… read more | Chapter
Introduction. Latin Grammars in Transition, 1200 - 1600, Luhtala, Anneli and Mark E. Amsler (eds.), pp. 191–2032017.
On the typology of ancient grammars. History of Linguistics 2014: Selected papers from the 13th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS XIII), Vila Real, Portugal, 25–29 August 2014, Assunção, Carlos, Gonçalo Fernandes and Rolf Kemmler (eds.), pp. 69–822016.
In my study I explore three approaches to noun declensions in ancient grammar. The most popular ancient grammar, Donatus’ Ars minor, adheres to a purely descriptive method, which consists in quoting a chosen headword and giving its full morphological paradigm. The second approach presents the case… read more | Article
Caesar’s De analogia. Edition, translation, and commentary by Alessandro Garcea. Historiographia Linguistica 40:1/2, pp. 256–2622013.
Priscien. Grammaire Livre XVII – Syntaxe, 1. Texte latin, traduction introduite et annotée par le Groupe Ars Grammatica animé par Marc Baratin et composé de Fréderique Biville, Guillaume Bonnet, Bernard Colombat, Alessandro Garcea, Louis Holtz, Séverine Issaeva, Madeleine Keller et Diane Marchand. Historiographia Linguistica 38:3, pp. 367–3732011.
Between Grammar and Rhetoric: Dionysius of Halicarnassus on Language, Linguistics and Literature. By Casper de Jonge. Historiographia Linguistica 37:1/2, pp. 193–1992010.
Grammar as a liberal art in antiquity. History of Linguistics 2005: Selected papers from the Tenth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHOLS X), 1–5 September 2005, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, Kibbee, Douglas A. (ed.), pp. 67–792007.
The earliest references to Latin grammar in the first century BCE associated grammar with the study of virtue and the Liberal Arts. The view of the Liberal Arts as a complete form of education was cherished in Antiquity by Platonists in particular, and was characterized by unity of study as well as… read more | Article
The Mirror of Grammar: Theology, philosophy and theModistae. By L. G. Kelly. Historiographia Linguistica 31:1, pp. 158–1632004.
A Priscian commentary attributed to Eriugena. History of Linguistics 1999: Selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, 14–19 September 1999, Fontenay-St.Cloud, Auroux, Sylvian (ed.), pp. 19 ff.2003.
On the Grammarian's Self-Image in the Early Middle Ages. History of Linguistics 1993: Papers from the Sixth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS VI), Washington DC, 9–14 August 1993, Jankowsky, Kurt R. (ed.), pp. 115 ff.1995.
Syntax and Dialectic in Carolingian Commentaries on Priscian's Institutiones grammaticae. History of Linguistic Thought in the Early Middle Ages, Law, Vivien A. (ed.), pp. 145 ff.1993.
Syntax and dialectic in carolingian commentaries on priscian’s institutiones grammaticae . Historiographia Linguistica 20:1, pp. 145–1911993.
The present article deals with two aspects of linguistic study associated with the reintroduction of Priscian’s Institutiones in the Carolingian Renaissance – the infiltration of logical concepts into linguistic description and the initiation of syntactic studies. In both of these fields the… read more | Article
On the Origins of the Medieval Concept of Transitivity. Diversions of Galway: Papers on the history of linguistics from ICHoLS V, Ahlqvist, Anders (ed.), pp. 39 ff.1992.