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Lecture 4 : « Language families in space and time »

« Areal linguistics in Africa before a new approach to its genealogical language classification », Lecture 4 : « Language families in space and time », Tom Güldemann (Humboldt University – Berlin) LABEX EFL SEMINARChaire Internationale 2019 : Le Labex accueille le Professeur Tom Güldemann - Université de Humboldt (Berlin)It is well known that the modern profile of genealogical language groups is shaped by both family-internal dynamics and external factors relating to their geographical setting and the associated contact with unrelated languages. At the same time, it is not yet common practice to ...
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Lecture 3 : « Language contact as an alternative to assumed genealogical relationships »

« Areal linguistics in Africa before a new approach to its genealogical language classification », Lecture 3 : « Language contact as an alternative to assumed genealogical relationships », Tom Güldemann (Humboldt University – Berlin) LABEX EFL SEMINARChaire Internationale 2019 : Le Labex accueille le Professeur Tom Güldemann - Université de Humboldt (Berlin)There are various cases of African languages displaying considerable linguistic isoglosses that for a long time have been assumed but not proven to be explained by genealogical relationships. A possible way out of this longstanding problem is a more dedicated search for ...
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Lecture 2 : « The macro-areal profile of Afrabia »

« Areal linguistics in Africa before a new approach to its genealogical language classification », Lecture 2 : « The macro-areal profile of Afrabia », Tom Güldemann (Humboldt University – Berlin) LABEX EFL SEMINARChaire Internationale 2019 : Le Labex accueille le Professeur Tom Güldemann - Université de Humboldt (Berlin)In addition to his first comprehensive genealogical classification of African languages, Greenberg (1959, 1983) is also the first author to deal with a fuller areal survey of the continent. This work was followed by Heine’s (1975, 1976) continent-wide survey of word-order patterns. This lecture ...
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Lecture 1 : « African language classification beyond Greenberg »

« Areal linguistics in Africa before a new approach to its genealogical language classification », Lecture 1 : « African language classification beyond Greenberg »,Tom Güldemann (Humboldt University – Berlin) LABEX EFL SEMINARChaire Internationale 2019 : Le Labex accueille le Professeur Tom Güldemann - Université de Humboldt (Berlin)The widely accepted genealogical classification of African languages to date is Greenberg’s (1963) scheme that comprises just four indigenous super-families, namely Khoisan, Niger-Congo, Nilo-Saharan, and Afroasiatic. Despite the long-standing popularity of his proposal, specialists of historical-comparative linguistics have noticed that it is methodologically ...
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