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LINGUIST List 19.2035

Thu Jun 26 2008

TOC: Language Sciences 30/5 (2008)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

        1.    Christopher Tancock, Language Sciences Vol 30, No 5 (2008)

Message 1: Language Sciences Vol 30, No 5 (2008)
Date: 24-Jun-2008
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Language Sciences Vol 30, No 5 (2008)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: Language Sciences
Volume Number: 30
Issue Number: 5
Issue Date: 2008

Subtitle: History of Linguistics: Papers from the First East Asian Colloquium of the Studienkreis Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft

Main Text:

1. Editors’ preface
Page 481
Christopher Hutton, Hans-Georg Wolf

2. Wilhelm von Humboldt and the ‘Orient’: On Edward W. Said’s remarks on
Humboldt’s Orientalist studies
Pages 482-498
Markus Meßling

3. Between knowledge and ‘plagiarism,’ or, how the Chinese language was studied
in the West
Pages 499-511
Q.S. Tong

4. Human diversity and the genealogy of languages: Noah as the founding
ancestor of the Chinese
Pages 512-528
Christopher Hutton

5. Inventing a modern lexicon for grammar in Chinese: the experience of Wang
Fengzao, Ma Jianzhong and Yan Fu
Pages 529-545
Tommaso Pellin

6. The philological and exegetical approach to language and culture in the
history of language study in Japan
Pages 546-552
Hiroyuki Eto

7. British and French language and educational policies in the Mandate and
Trusteeship Territories
Pages 553-574
Hans-Georg Wolf

8. The theory of word formation in early semasiology: A blank spot on the map
of 19th century linguistics
Pages 575-596
Peter Schmitter

9. Forthcoming articles
Page 597

10. The International Association for the Integrational Study of Language and
Communication (IAISLC) and The Amsterdam Center for Language & Communication
(Research group Sociolinguistic aspects of Multilingualism) announce an
Page 598

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                            General Linguistics
                            Historical Linguistics

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