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Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history

Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history

a festschrift for Robert Blust

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Published by Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University in Canberra .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blust, R. A,
  • Austronesian languages,
  • Historical linguistics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Alexander Adelaar and Andrew Pawley.
    SeriesPacific linguistics -- 601, Pacific linguistics -- 601.
    ContributionsAdelaar, Alexander., Pawley, Andrew., Blust, R. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL5026 .A97 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 540 p. :
    Number of Pages540
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23692596M
    ISBN 109780858836013
    LC Control Number2009459277
    OCLC/WorldCa320478674

    KEY WORDS: Austronesian, historical linguistics, culture history, methods INTRODUCTION About one sixth of the world's languages are Austronesian (AN), but it is their cultural and biological diversity and their predominantly insular distribution, and not their numbers, that have made the Austronesian-speaking peoples of. Keynote Address. George W. GRACE: On the Changing Context of Austronesian Historical Linguistics. I Phonetics & Phonology. Ajid CHE KOB: Word Final Nasal in Malay Dialects. Ewald F. EBING & Vincent J. van HEUVEN: Some Formal and Functional Aspects of .

      The Austronesian-speaking population of the world are estimated to number more than million people, living in a broad swathe around half the globe, from Madagascar to Easter Island and from Taiwan to New Zealand. The seventeen papers in this volume provide a general survey of these diverse populations focusing on their common origins and historical 4/5(1).   Abstract In this paper we review the authentic historical and linguistic methods traditionally employed by Afrocentrists. We learn that Africalogical research has long been researched by Afrocentric scholars; and that up until the 's the history of African civilizations and people was the "preserve" of Afrocentric scholars.

      Basic vocabulary provides an ideal source of data that can take full advantage of the power of phylogenetic methods to explore human linguistic and cultural history. Basic vocabulary is ideal because it changes at a slower rate than other aspects of the lexicon (Swadesh, ), and is less likely to be borrowed between languages (Embleton, Blevins, J. (). Structure-preserving sound change: A look at unstressed vowel syncope in Austronesian. In Alexander Adelaar; Andrew Pawley; (Ed.), Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: a festschrift for Robert Blust (pp. ). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.


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Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: a festschrift for Robert Blust. [Alexander Adelaar; Andrew Pawley; R A Blust; Australian National University. Pacific Linguistics.;]. Austronesian Historical Linguistics and Culture History Article in Annual Review of Anthropology 22(1) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A basic reference work and introduction, treating the main aspects of synchronic linguistics (sound systems, lexicon, morphology, syntax) and historical linguistics (classification, sound change, reconstruction, culture history). It also gives information on the geography, demography, ecology, and sociolinguistics of Austronesian languages.

A festschrift in honour of Robert Blust bringing together new work on Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history. Part 1 reflects on Blust’s groundbreaking contributions to these fields over the last 40 years.

The remaining 26 chapters. This book brings together new work on Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history to honour Robert Blust. The memoirs in Part 1 reflect on Blust’s groundbreaking contributions to these fields over the last 40 years.

The remaining 26 chapters contain contributions by leading Austronesianists on a wide range of topics that broadly match Blust’s own research interests. The seventeen papers in this volume provide a general survey of these diverse populations focusing on their common origins and historical transformations.

The papers examine current ideas on the linguistics, prehistory, anthropology and recorded history of the Austronesians. In book: Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: a festschrift for Robert Blust, Publisher: Pacific Linguistics Cite this publication Simon J Greenhill.

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This review notes landmark studies prior to the s. Archaeology and Language IV examines a variety of pressing issues regarding linguistic and cultural change. It provides a challenging variety of case-studies which demonstrate how global patterns of language distribution and change can be interwoven to produce a rich historical narrative, and fuel a radical rethinking of the conventional discourse of linguistics.

Austronesian Historical Linguistics and Culture History: A festschrift for Robert Blust. Author(s)-Type: Book chapter: Date Published: Date Created-In Memoriam, John (Hans) Z'graggen, Author(s) Pawley, Andrew: Type: Book chapter: Date Published: Date Created-A journey through Austronesian and Papuan linguistic and.

Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: a festschrift for Robert Blust / edited by Alexander Adelaar and Andrew Pawley Adelaar, K. Alexander [ Book: ]. Austronesian languages - Austronesian languages - Classification and prehistory: Given the size of the Austronesian family, the subgrouping of the languages is a matter of some importance, bearing on, among other things, the determination of the Austronesian homeland.

Until the s the branches of Austronesian were customarily identified with purely. Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: A festschrift for Robert Blust (Vol. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

Dyen, I. Some Notes on the Proto-Austronesian Words for 'Water'. Oceanic Linguistics, 44(1), 1– JSTOR ; Kanakanabu. Linguistic Evidence for Some Early Austronesian Taboos ROBERT BLUST Universaly of Lciden GENERAL REMARKS SE-ITINC ASIDE THAT SUBSET OF CASES in which archaeological testimony can be of use, the problem of justifying culture-historical inferences from nonlinguistic data has long resisted a generally accepted solution.

The papers in this volume have been presented to Andrew K. Pawley in honour of his extensive work on Austronesian and Papuan languages and cultures. They cover a wide range of topics, from language description to historical linguistics and from archaeology and population genetics to the anthropology of performance and the typology of poetic : Hardcover.

Studies in Austronesian linguistics are dominated by a characteristic map, looping from Madagascar to Easter Island, and reconstructions of Austronesian culture confine themselves to forms derivable from existing languages. This is perfectly acceptable as a purely linguistic process, but rather limited as a contribution to human history.

Austronesian Historical Linguistics and Culture History Pawley, Andrew; Ross, Malcolm About one sixth of the world's languages are Austronesian (AN), but it is their cultural and biological diversity and their predominantly insular distribution, great interest to anthropologists.

In western Melanesia, for instance, there are.A hands-on approach to historical linguistics, working through problems in five different categories. This workbook guides students through 12 problems on the establishment of genetic relationship among languages, 24 problems on sound change, 35 problems on phonological reconstruction, 10 problems on internal reconstruction, and 20 problems on subgrouping.Austronesian.

In Alexander Adelaar and Andrew Pawley (eds.), Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: a festschrift for Bob Blust. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. Blevins, James P. and Juliette Blevins. Introduction: Analogy in grammar. In James P. Blevins and Juliette Blevins (eds.), Analogy in grammar: Form and.