Introducing Maltese Linguistics

Selected papers from the 1st International Conference on Maltese Linguistics, Bremen, 18–20 October, 2007

Editors
Bernard Comrie | Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
Ray Fabri | University of Malta
Elizabeth Hume | Ohio State University
Manwel Mifsud | University of Malta
Thomas Stolz | University of Bremen
Martine Vanhove | CNRS-LLACAN
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This collection of articles highlights a selection of on-going research projects. Phonological, morphological, and syntactic issues are addressed by international experts on Maltese. The diachronic development of Maltese, its age-long contact with Italo-Romance, and the present diglossic situation with co-official English are the topics of a variety of contributions to this volume. The repercussions that the promotion of Maltese to the status of official working language of the EU has on the Maltese lexicon are discussed. A project on the sociolinguistics of non-native Maltese-English is presented. The problems posed by the creation of electronic resources for Maltese are equally focused upon. The papers amply demonstrate that Maltese Linguistics can stand on its own outside the traditional field of Oriental Studies.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 113]  2009.  xi, 422 pp.
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