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Germanic Language Histories 'from Below' (1700-2000)

Studia Linguistica Germanica Band 86

Stephan Elspass, Nils Langer, Joachim Scharloth

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Die Reihe Studia Linguistica Germanica (SLG), 1968 von Ludwig Erich Schmitt und Stefan Sonderegger begründet, ist ein renommiertes Publikationsorgan der germanistischen Linguistik. Die Reihe verfolgt das Ziel, mit dem Schwerpunkt auf sprach- und wissenschaftshistorischen Fragestellungen die gesamte Bandbreite des Faches zu repräsentieren. Dazu zählen u. a. Arbeiten zur historischen Grammatik und Semantik des Deutschen, zum Verhältnis von Sprache und Kultur, zur Geschichte der Sprachtheorie, zur Dialektologie, Lexikologie/Lexikographie, Textlinguistik und zur Einbettung des Deutschen in den europäischen Sprachkontext.

Stephan Elspass, University of Augsburg, Germany; Nils Langer, University of Bristol, UK; Joachim Scharloth, University of Zurich, Switzerland; Wim Vandenbussche ,Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Herausgeber Stephan Elspass, Nils Langer, Joachim Scharloth, Wim Vandenbussche
Seitenzahl 520
Erscheinungsdatum 18.05.2007
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-11-019335-0
Verlag De Gruyter
Maße (L/B/H) 23.6/16/4.2 cm
Gewicht 1033 g
Auflage Reprint 2011

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