Dizionario Della Terminologia Filologica

Autore: Yorick Gomez Gane
Editore: Accademia University Press
ISBN: 8897523544
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Questo dizionario raccoglie e studia, sotto diversi aspetti (soprattutto quello storico, quello etimologico e quello semantico), tutte le parole italiane relative alla filologia, la disciplina che ripercorre la trasmissione dei testi (manoscritta, a stampa, ecc.) e si occupa della loro ricostruzione e comprensione, nelle forme e nei contenuti. È opera innovativa nel campo della lessicografia italiana, trattandosi di un ‘dizionario storico’ (in cui si forniscono, cioè, le attestazioni più significative delle parole lungo tutto l’arco della loro storia) relativo a un linguaggio settoriale. Contraddistinguono inoltre l’opera l’arricchimento dei materiali attualmente presenti in ambito lessicografico, le puntualizzazioni grammaticali, le numerose retrodatazioni dei termini, gli approfondimenti etimologici e di storia delle parole.

The Friulian Language

Autore: Rose Mucignat
Editore: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443861022
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Are minor languages the lifeblood of cherished local identities or just passports with restricted validity, serving no purpose in today’s transnational, global world? Italy’s north-eastern region of Friuli is a case in point: in this area, around half a million people speak Friulian, a Romance language of the Rhaeto-Romance family, which is attested to in written texts since 1150 and acquired official minority language status in 1999. Geographically and politically off-centre, Friuli remained isolated for a long part of its history and developed a unique language that sustained a distinctive identity and culture. Starting from the nineteenth century, large-scale migration towards Northern Europe and the Americas brought Friulian into contact with other languages and contexts of use. The Friulian Language: Identity, Migration, Culture is the first comprehensive study in English of this little-known language to consider its history and the variety of its cultural manifestations from antiquity to the present day. The volume gathers together the work of ten contributors who are specialists in the fields of history (Fulvio Salimbeni), law (William Cisilino), linguistics (Paola Benincà, Franco Finco, Fabiana Fusco and Carla Marcato), literary studies (Rosa Mucignat and Rienzo Pellegrini), and migration (Javier P. Grossutti and Olga Zorzi Pugliese). The focus of the book is on Friulian, its varieties, its linguistic characteristics and its use in literature from fourteenth-century ballads to Pier Paolo Pasolini, and more recent poetry by Novella Cantarutti and others. Equal attention is given to the Friulians themselves, the social and political transformations of the region, and the experience of migration, in particular the case of high-skilled mosaic craftsmen from the Alpine foothills. Thanks to its multidisciplinary approach, the book sheds light on the questions of why Friulian has developed the way it has, what its significance as a minor language is, and how it can negotiate its relationship to other languages on a global scale.

Dizionario Degli Studi Culturali

Autore: Michele Cometa
Editore: Meltemi Editore srl
ISBN: 888353283X
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Bollettino Delle Scienze Istoriche Antichita E Filologia

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Giornale Italiano Di Filologia

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Studi Di Filologia Italiana

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The Dialects Of Italy

Autore: Martin Maiden
Editore: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415111048
Grandezza: 58,68 MB
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Italy holds special treasures for linguists. There is probably no other area of Europe in which such a profusion of variation, at all levels of linguistic structure, is concentrated into so limited a geographical area. The principal aim of 'The dialects of Italy' is to make accessible-both to Romance specialists and to general linguists-the major structural features of the dialects of Italy, and to emphasize the importance of a detailed understanding of the dialects for issues in general linguistic theory. Selected topics include - phonology, morphology, syntax, lexis, the dialect areas and the sociolinguistics of dialects. The contributors, drawn from among the worlds foremost experts in Italian dialectology, provide a stimulating range of perspectives and carefully examine the results of recent original research.

Manuale Di Linguistica Friulana

Autore: Sabine Heinemann
Editore: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110310775
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Questo manuale presenta una trattazione sistematica, sincronica e diacronica, del friulano, esaminando, tra l’altro, la varietà dialettale e il plurilinguismo regionale. Vengono esaminati in maniera approfondita anche aspetti sociolinguistici e di politica linguistica, come p.e. problemi legati alla normalizzazione, con particolare attenzione alla grafia, all’attività lessicografica, all’utilizzo del friulano nei (nuovi) media e alla didattica.

La Terminologia Dell Agroalimentare

Autore: AA. VV.
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8891720801
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Actas Del Xxvi Congreso Internacional De Ling Stica Y De Filolog A Rom Nicas

Autore: Emili Casanova Herrero
Editore: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 311030001X
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The annals of the XXVI Congress of the Société de Linguistique Romane bring together some 500 lectures on 16 subjects: phonetics and phonology, morphology and syntax, semantics, lexicology/phraseology, morphology, onomastics, sociolinguistics, language geography, pragmatics, communication analysis, textual linguistics of earlier language stages, electronic media, translation studies, creole languages, Vulgar Latin, and linguistic history. Also included are ten plenary lectures and five round table discussions. The papers, written solely in the Romance languages (French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian), offer a current panorama of Romance linguistics, its present-day fields of research, as well as the latest bibliographic information.