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9/11 als kulturelle Zäsur

Repräsentationen des 11. September 2001 in kulturellen Diskursen, Literatur und visuellen Medien

 

De Gruyter, 2015.

Título de la serie/colección: Kultur- und Medientheorie.

ISBNs 9783839410165

Colección: Directory of Open Access Books

Resumen (en alemán): Wie hat sich die Kulturproduktion in der Folge des Terrors verändert? Die Anschläge vom 11. September 2001 stellen nicht nur eine politische und gesellschaftliche Zäsur dar, sie lassen sich auch als Trauma des Denkens betrachten. Im Mittelpunkt dieses Bandes stehen die Auswirkungen von »9/11« auf kulturelle und künstlerische Diskurse. Dabei geht es nicht nur um eine Inventarisierung von Repräsentationen des Terrors in Medien, visueller Kunst und Literatur; vielmehr wird aufgezeigt, wie sehr »9/11« Denkmodalitäten verändert hat. Aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven untersuchen die interdisziplinären Beiträge den Zäsurcharakter von »9/11« in Theoriebildung, Schrift- und Bildmedien.


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Acoustics of the Vowel - Preliminaries

 

Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2016.

Título de la serie/colección: OAPEN-CH 1st Call||Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF).

ISBNs 9783034320313

Colección: Directory of Open Access Books

Resumen (en inglés): It seems as if the fundamentals of how we produce vowels and how they are acoustically represented have been clarified: we phonate and articulate. Using our vocal chords, we produce a vocal sound or noise which is then shaped into a specific vowel sound by the resonances of the pharyngeal, oral, and nasal cavities, that is, the vocal tract. Accordingly, the acoustic description of vowels relates to vowel-specific patterns of relative energy maxima in the sound spectra, known as patterns of formants. The intellectual and empirical reasoning presented in this treatise, however, gives rise to scepticism with respect to this understanding of the sound of the vowel. The reflections and materials presented provide reason to argue that, up to now, a comprehensible theory of the acoustics of the voice and of voiced speech sounds is lacking, and consequently, no satisfying understanding of vowels as an achievement and particular formal accomplishment of the voice exists. Thus, the question of the acoustics of the vowel—and with it the question of the acoustics of the voice itself—proves to be an unresolved fundamental problem.


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Acquisition of verbs and their grammar, The

The effect of particular languages

 

13th ed. Dordrecht: Springer, 2006.

ISBNs 9781402043345 9781402043352

Colección: SpringerLink


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Adjective attribution

 

Language Science Press, 2016.

ISBNs 9783944675657 9783944675664 9783944675497 9781530889341

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Resumen (en inglés): "This book is the first typological study of adjective attribution marking. Its focus lies on Northern Eurasia, although it covers many more languages and presents an ontology of morphosyntactic categories relevant to noun phrase structure in general. Beside treating synchronic data, the study contributes to historical linguistics by reconstructing the origin of new types specifically in the language contact area between the Indo-European and Uralic families."


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Advances in the Analysis of Spanish Exclamatives

 

The Ohio State University Press, 2017-01-01.

Título de la serie/colección: Knowledge Unlatched (KU).

ISBNs 9780814213261 9780814274729

Colección: Directory of Open Access Books

Resumen (en inglés): 'Advances in the Analysis of Spanish Exclamatives' is the first book entirely devoted to Spanish exclamatives, a special sentence type often overlooked by contemporary linguists and neglected in standard grammatical descriptions. The seven essays in this volume, each by a leading specialist on the topic, scrutinize the syntax, as well as the semantic and pragmatic aspects, of exclamations on theoretical grounds. The book begins by summarizing, commenting on, and evaluating previous descriptive and theoretical contributions on Spanish exclamatives. This introductory overview also contains a detailed classification of Spanish exclamative grammatical types, along with an analysis of their main properties.


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Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics

 

Language Science Press, 2016.

ISBNs 9783946234371 9783946234388

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Resumen (en inglés): " The Siouan family comprises some twenty languages, historically spoken across a broad swath of the central North American plains and woodlands, as well as in parts of the southeastern United States. In spite of its geographical extent and diversity, and the size and importance of several Siouan-speaking tribes, this family has received relatively little attention in the linguistic literature and many of the individual Siouan languages are severely understudied. This volume aims to make work on Siouan languages more broadly available and to encourage deeper investigation of the myriad typological, theoretical, descriptive, and pedagogical issues they raise. The 17 chapters in this volume present a broad range of current Siouan research, focusing on various Siouan languages, from a variety of linguistic perspectives: historical-genetic, philological, applied, descriptive, formal/generative, and comparative/typological. The editors' preface summarizes characteristic features of the Siouan family, including head-final and ""verb-centered"" syntax, a complex system of verbal affixes including applicatives and subject-possessives, head-internal relative clauses, gendered speech markers, stop-systems including ejectives, and a preference for certain prosodic and phonotactic patterns. The volume is dedicated to the memory of Professor Robert L. Rankin, a towering figure in Siouan linguistics throughout his long career, who passed away in February of 2014. "


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África à vista

dez estudos sobre o português escrito por africanos no Brasil do século XIX

 

SciELO Books - EDUFBA, 2009.

ISBNs 9788523208882

Colección: Directory of Open Access Books


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Akkadische Logogramme

 

Universitätsverlag Göttingen, 2010.

ISBNs 9783941875654

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Resumen (en inglés): Reading transliterated akkadian texts sometimes is rather difficult, if the akkadian equivalents of the logograms are not given. This first alphabetic index of akkadian logograms offers help now: it contains the akkadian readings of most logograms, so the time consuming detour through the indexes of sign lists can be avoided in most cases. The circa 5000 entries also record the principal meaning of the akkadian word as well as references to sign lists (Borger, Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon or Labat, Manuel d’épigraphie akkadienne) or to akkadian dictionaries. In this way the epigraphic as well as the lexical approach to the text is enhanced. The book (written in German) is designed for students who are interested in akkadian literature, but cannot read cuneiform writing or Sumerian. The 2nd edition was thoroughly revised. In particular, R. Borger’s Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon is now quoted as the standard sign list for Akkadian.


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All the Same The Words Don't Go Away

essays on authors, heroes, aesthetics, and stage adaptations from the Russian tradition

 

Academic Studies Press, 2010.

Título de la serie/colección: Studies in Russian and Slavic literatures, cultures and history.

ISBNs 9781934843819

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Alor-Pantar languages, The

History and typology

 

Language Science Press, 2014.

ISBNs 9783944675480

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Resumen (en inglés): The Alor-Pantar family constitutes the westernmost outlier group of Papuan (Non-Austronesian) languages. Its twenty or so languages are spoken on the islands of Alor and Pantar, located just north of Timor, in eastern In- donesia. Together with the Papuan languages of Timor, they make up the Timor-Alor-Pantar family. The languages average 5,000 speakers and are under pressure from the local Malay variety as well as the national lan- guage, Indonesian. This volume studies the internal and external linguistic history of this interesting group, and showcases some of its unique typological features, such as the preference to index the transitive patient-like argument on the verb but not the agent-like one; the extreme variety in morphologi- cal alignment patterns; the use of plural number words; the existence of quinary numeral systems; the elaborate spatial deictic systems involving an elevation component; and the great variation exhibited in their kinship systems. Unlike many other Papuan languages, Alor-Pantar languages do not ex- hibit clause-chaining, do not have switch reference systems, never suffix subject indexes to verbs, do not mark gender, but do encode clusivity in their pronominal systems. Indeed, apart from a broadly similar head-final syntactic profile, there is little else that the Alor-Pantar languages share with Papuan languages spoken in other regions. While all of them show some traces of contact with Austronesian languages, in general, borrow- ing from Austronesian has not been intense, and contact with Malay and Indonesian is a relatively recent phenomenon in most of the Alor-Pantar region.


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