6 edition of History and Historiography of Linguistics: Papers found in the catalog.
by John Benjamins Pub Co
Written in English
|Series||Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science Series III: Studies in the History of the Language Sciences|
|Contributions||Konrad Koerner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||863|
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The topics explored in the book cover an extensive chronological range of postclassical Greek culture(s) and literature, from early Christianity to early modern Greek literature, with a pronounced focus on the Byzantine period, as well as a variety of genres: hagiography, historiography, chronicles, “patriographic literature,” the novel. But art history in central and northern Europe and in France and Italy has also captured some attention. As the historiography of art gained broad interest in the later 20th century, a “new historiography” also arose that presents a revisionist critique of art history, including previous historiography.
Among the key thinkers explored are Banham, Baxandall, Giedion, Panofsky, Pevsner, Pollock, Riegl, Rowe, Steinberg, Wittkower and Wölfflin. The book will provoke debate on the historiography and present state of the discipline of art history, and it makes a powerful case for the reconsideration of : Mark Crinson. SUMMARYAt the end of the 19th century one had, for a summarizing survey of the historiography of Dutch linguistics, to make do mainly with German sources, namely von Raumer (), and, explicitly based on this, Hermann Paul ().In the decade immediately preceding the First World War the later Utrecht professor Cornells G.N. de Vooys discussed the history of Dutch in a series of by: 1.
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Linguistics fell short in reconstruction of African history, because as a discipline it is less developed in Africa. History and Historiography of Linguistics: Papers book Hence, it does not contribute very much like other sources in the writing of African notwithstanding, in recent times, linguists in USA and elsewhere are researching on African history.
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The volume brings together recent papers by the author, selected to form a broad picture of his teachings, all of them revised and updated, either addressing particular topics in the Histor(iograph)y of Linguistics (Part I) or offering historical accounts of linguistic subfields (Part II), in altogether 10 chapters: 1, Persistent Issues in Linguistic Historiography; 2, Metalanguage in Cited by: The historiography of science is the study of the history and methodology of the sub-discipline of history, known as the history of science, including its disciplinary aspects and practices (methods, theories, schools) and to the study of its own historical development ("History of History of Science", i.e., the history of the discipline called History of Science).
The MoH conferences are organized by the Society for the History of the Humanities and bring together scholars and bring together scholars and historians interested in the history of a wide variety of disciplines, including archaeology, art history, historiography, linguistics, literary studies, media studies, musicology, and philology, tracing.
History and Historiography of Linguistics: Papers (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science Series III: Studies in the History of the Language Sciences) by Hans-Josef Niederehe; Editor-Konrad Koerner. John Benjamins Pub Co, Hardcover.
Good. History and Historiography of Linguistics These two volume present papers from the Fourth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS IV), held at the University of Trier, Germany, in August Volume 1 contains the following sections: I.
Generalia; : This collection of papers deals primarily with topics in general linguistics, including history of linguistic science. The volume is divided in 5 parts: I. Origin and Prehistory of Language, II. Historiography of Linguistics, III. Phonology and Phonetic Change, IV.
Morphology and Syntax, and V. Socio-Neurolinguistics and : Linguistics () Applied Linguistics (59) Comparative Linguistics (12) One must decide the meaning of progressive historiography. It can meaneither the history written by progressive historians, or it can meanhistory written by historians of the Progressive era of American history andshortly after.
This book review of Hispanismo, Get this from a library. Progress in linguistic historiography: papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (Ottawa, August ). [E F K Koerner;].
This book presents in a single volume a comprehensive history of the language sciences, from ancient times through to the twentieth century. While there has been a concentration on those traditions that have the greatest international relevance, a particular effort has been made to go beyond traditional Eurocentric accounts, and to cover a.
Koerner Historiography of Linguistics in the sense of 'prin cipled manner of writing the history of the study of language,' and not in the (perhaps m o r e traditional) sense of '(merely) recording the history of linguistic research,' is of recent by: Nevins, Allan History and Historiography.
Vol ume 7, pages in Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan. → A bibliography appears on pages – Passmore, John (editor) The Historiography of the History of Philosophy. History and. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
Papers in the History of Linguistics by L. Kelly,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. History And Historiography Of Linguistics: Papers by Niederehe, Hans Josef/ Koerner, Konrad (Edt) This wide-ranging volume brings together a selection of papers dealing with the history of linguistics from Antiquity to the present and from various areas of the world.
The Role of History, Historiography and 52 | P a g e be argued that the only thing that is permanent in history is change and such change can be gradual, rapid or revolutionary.
Baradough views history as reconstruction based on fragmentary evidence, the significant things about the Size: KB. Welcome to the first salon. The purpose of our salons is to provide a forum for discussing topics of interest in linguistic historiography and related fields.
This salon will focus on 'anachronism in linguistic historiography'. The discussion opens below with contributions from: John Joseph (Edinburgh) Gerda Haßler (Potsdam) Andrew Linn (Sheffield) Everyone is invited Progress in Linguistic Historiography: Papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, Ottawa, 28–31 August Edited by E.F.K.
Koerner. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, [Studies in the History of the Language Sciences 20]. ISBN 90 4 (Hardbound) / 90 2 (e-Book). (view webpage). The papers brought together in the present volume represent the essence of the author’s reflections on issues concerning linguistic historiography and of particular investigations in 19th and 20th century linguistic thought.
The papers are clustered in three sections: I. Towards a Historiography of Linguistics, II. Appraisals of Individual Scholars, and by: The history of linguistics is a branch of intellectual history, for it deals with history of ideas- ideas about language- and not directly with language itself (Law,p.2).
Many histories of linguistics have been written over the last two hundred years, and since s linguistic historiography has become a specialized subfield.historiography of linguistics” (Zimmermann 7).
Since the end of the 20th century, the situation has changed considerably. The first manual on the historiography of linguistics which.