9783110148763

Nordic Languages

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  • Copyright: 2003-02-01
  • Publisher: Mouton De Gruyter

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Table of Contents

Preface v
Abbreviations xxiii
I. Introduction
The Nordic language area and the languages in the north of Europe
1(12)
Lars S. Vikør
The Nordic languages in a Germanic perspective
13(12)
Arne Torp
Diachrony and synchrony in Nordic language history
25(6)
Oskar Bandle
Previous attempts at establishing periods in Nordic language history
31(7)
Kjell Venas
The data basis of a Nordic language history
38(11)
Kjartan Ottosson
II. Perspectives in research history I: From the beginnings to the middle of the 20th century
Previous attempts at writing a Nordic language history
49(11)
Oskar Bandle
Outline of research on Nordic language history before 1800
60(8)
Stig Orjan Ohlsson
Research in Danish language history 1850--1950. An overview
68(8)
Bente Holmberg
Research in Swedish language history 1850--1950. An overview
76(10)
Lennart Elmevik
Research in Norwegian language history 1850--1950. An overview
86(9)
Helge Sandøy
Research in Icelandic language history 1850--1950. An overview
95(7)
Kjartan Ottosson
Research in Faroese language history 1850--1950. An overview
102(6)
Bjorn Hagstrom
III. Perspectives in research history II: The contribution of Nordic research to historical linguistics (until 1950)
Nordic contributions to historical linguistics before 1800
108(8)
Jørgen Rischel
Contributions to Nordic language history by non-Nordic linguists (until ca. 1980)
116(8)
Oddvar Nes
The contribution of the Nordic countries to historical-comparative linguistics: Rasmus Rask and his followers
124(9)
Jørgen Rischel
The contribution of Scandinavian neogrammarians
133(15)
Jørgen Rischel
The Scandinavian contribution to structuralism (until 1950)
148(9)
Claes-Christian Elert
IV. Perspectives in research history III: Theoretical and methodological perspectives in current historical linguistic description (after 1950)
Nordic language history and structural linguistics
157(9)
Lars Heltoft
Nordic language history and generative transformational grammar
166(6)
Christer Platzack
Nordic language history and language typology
172(10)
John Ole Askedal
Nordic language history and research on word order
182(10)
Marit Christoffersen
Nordic language history and research on universals and theories of linguistic change
192(6)
Cecilia Falk
Nordic language history and sociolinguistics
198(15)
Bengt Nordberg
Nordic language history and research on languages in contact and on multilingualism
213(8)
Michael Schulte
Nordic language history and research on styles and registers
221(8)
Birger Liljestrand
Nordic language history and pragmatics
229(6)
Niels Haastrup
Nordic language history and research on types of texts
235(6)
Ole Togeby
Nordic language history and phraseology/idiomatics
241(6)
Hans-Peter Naumann
Katrin Luthi
Nordic language history and historical contrastive linguistics
247(6)
Stig Eliasson
Nordic language history: Semiotics and the theory of naturalness
253(9)
Wolfgang Ullrich Wurzel
Nordic language history and (lexical) semantics
262(6)
Anna Helga Hannesdottir
Nordic language history and computer-aided lexical research
268(4)
Sture Allen
V. Perspectives in research history IV: The contribution of Nordic dialectology
General history of Nordic dialectology
272(10)
Kristian Ringgaard
The contribution of Nordic dialectology to language history
282(22)
Lars-Erik Edlund
Nordic language history and current trends in dialectology
304(9)
Helge Sandøy
VI. Nordic language history as a part of social and cultural history
Nordic language history and studies in general history
313(4)
Allan Karker
Nordic language history and archaeology
317(8)
Stefan Brink
Nordic lexical items and the history of material culture
325(13)
Hanne Ruus
Jonna Louis-Jensen
Nordic language history and cultural geography
338(6)
Oskar Bandle
Nordic language history and legal history
344(10)
Bo Ruthstrom
Nordic language history and the history of ideas I: Humanism
354(9)
Flemming Lundgreen-Nielsen
Nordic language history and the history of ideas II: Rationalism and Enlightenment since the 18th century
363(10)
Erik Vive Larsen
Nordic language history and the history of ideas III: Nationalism, identity and democratic movements in the 19th and 20th centuries
373(16)
Frans Gregersen
Nordic language history and religion/ecclesiastical history I: The pre-Christian period
389(14)
Hermann Reichert
Nordic language history and religion/ecclesiastical history II: Christianization
403(9)
Hans Schottmann
Nordic language history and religion/ecclesiastical history III: Luther's Reformation
412(12)
Lillemor Santesson
Nordic language history and religion/ecclesiastical history IV: From Pietism to the present
424(11)
Sigurd Hjelde
Nordic language history and natural and technical sciences
435(6)
Dag Gundersen
Nordic language history and literary history I: Denmark
441(8)
Allan Karker
Nordic language history and literary history II: Sweden
449(9)
Birger Liljestrand
Nordic language history and literary history III: Norway
458(12)
Steinar Gimnes
Nordic language history and literary history IV: Iceland
470(12)
Porleifur Hauksson
Nordic language history and literary history V: Faroe Islands
482(5)
Bjorn Hagstrom
Nordic language history and the history of philosophy
487(7)
Frans Gregersen
The special case of Grundtvig: Poet, philosopher, politician, educator
494(8)
Flemming Lundgreen-Nielsen
Nordic language history and the history of translation I: Danish
502(9)
Niels Haastrup
Nordic language history and the history of translation II: Swedish
511(7)
Lars Wollin
Nordic language history and the history of translation III: Norwegian
518(9)
Sylfest Lomheim
Nordic language history and the history of translation IV: Icelandic
527(6)
Guorun Kvaran
Nordic language history and the history of translation V: Faroese
533(2)
Johan Hendrik W. Poulsen
Nordic language history and philology: Editing earlier texts
535(9)
Odd Einar Haugen
VII. Nordic as a part of Old Germanic
Nordic, Germanic, Indo-European and the structure of the Germanic language family
544(9)
Jurgen Udolph
Nordic-Gothic linguistic relations
553(5)
Piergiuseppe Scardigli
Nordic-West Germanic relations
558(10)
Hans Frede Nielsen
Nordic and North Sea Germanic relations
568(4)
Arend Quak
Contact with non-Germanic languages I: Relations to the West
572(11)
Piergiuseppe Scardigli
Contact with non-Germanic languages II: Relations to the East
583(11)
Jorma Koivulehto
Scandinavia in the light of ancient tradition
594(11)
Ludwig Rubekeil
VIII. Ancient Nordic (1st--7th century)
The Ancient Nordic period. A historical survey
605(10)
Kerstin Cassel
Delimitation of Ancient Nordic from Common Germanic and Old Nordic
615(4)
Hans Frede Nielsen
A survey of Ancient Nordic sources
619(7)
Thomas Birkmann
The Ancient Nordic period: An archaeological survey
626(8)
Morten Axboe
Runes: Origin, development of the futhark, functions, applications, and methodological considerations
634(15)
James E. Knirk
The Ancient Nordic linguistic system from a typological point of view: Phonology, graphemics, morphology, syntax, and word order
649(8)
Kurt Braunmuller
The development of Proto-Nordic lexicon
657(7)
Michael Schulte
The development of Proto-Nordic personal names
664(7)
Lena Peterson
The development of Proto-Nordic place-names
671(14)
Svante Strandberg
Sociolinguistic perspectives and language contact in Proto-Nordic
685(6)
Stefan Brink
IX. From Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic (from the 6th century until 1100)
From Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic: Definition and delimitation of the period
691(7)
Thomas Birkmann
The sources of the transitional period between Ancient Nordic and Old Nordic
698(5)
Stefanie Wurth
Phonological and graphematic developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
703(16)
Bo Ralph
Morphological developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
719(10)
Martin Syrett
Syntactic developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
729(4)
Jan Terje Faarlund
Lexical developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
733(12)
Jan Paul Strid
Developments of personal names from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
745(8)
Lena Peterson
The development of place-names from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
753(8)
Staffan Fridell
Sociolinguistic perspectives in the transitional period between Proto-Nordic and Old Nordic
761(8)
Stefan Brink
Language contact in the period between Ancient Nordic and Old Nordic
769(9)
Michael Schulte
X. Old Nordic (from 1100 to the mid-14th century) I: General survey, tradition
Nordic history in the Middle Ages and the extension of Nordic: Cultural and historical preconditions of language
778(9)
Hilde Inntjore
Old Nordic: A definition and delimitation of the period
787(6)
Kjartan Ottosson
The history of Old Nordic manuscripts I: Old Icelandic
793(8)
Sverrir Tomasson
Magnus Rindal: The history of Old Nordic manuscripts II: Old Norwegian (incl. Faroese)
801(7)
The history of Old Nordic manuscripts III: Old Swedish
808(8)
Jonas Carlquist
The history of Old Nordic manuscripts IV: Old Danish
816(8)
Britta Olrik Frederiksen
The development of Latin script I: in Norway
824(8)
Odd Einar Haugen
The development of Latin script II: in Iceland
832(9)
Stefan Karlsson
The development of Latin script III: in Sweden
841(9)
Borje Westlund
The development of Latin script IV: in Denmark
850(6)
Herluf Nielsen
History of Old Nordic metrics
856(15)
Kari Ellen Gade
XI. Old Nordic II: Grammatical system, lexicon, texts
The various Old Nordic dialects, their systems and their typology: A general survey of the classical Old Nordic of the High Middle Ages
871(11)
Michael Schulte
The phonological systems of Old Nordic I: Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian
882(14)
Michael Schulte
The phonological systems of Old Nordic II: Old Swedish and Old Danish
896(15)
Tomas Riad
The morphology of Old Nordic I: Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian
911(14)
Kristian Emil Kristoffersen
The morphology of Old Nordic II: Old Swedish and Old Danish
925(15)
Lars-Olof Delsing
The syntax of Old Nordic
940(11)
Jan Terje Faarlund
The Old Nordic lexicon
951(12)
Erik Simensen
The development of Old Nordic personal names
963(9)
Evert Melefors
The development of Old Nordic place-names
972(9)
Staffan Fridell
Old Nordic types of texts I: Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian
981(9)
Oliver Szokody
Old Nordic types of texts II: Old Swedish and Old Danish
990(10)
Nils Jorgensen
Translations and interference by translation in Old Nordic I: Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian
1000(5)
Kirsten Wolf
Translations and interference by translation in Old Nordic II: Old Swedish and Old Danish
1005(10)
Lars Wollin
XII. Old Nordic III: The ecology of language
Dialects and written language in Old Nordic I: Old Norwegian and Old Icelandic
1015(3)
Jan Ragnar Hagland
Dialects and written language in Old Nordic II: Old Danish and Old Swedish
1018(10)
Harry Perridon
Language contact during the Old Nordic period I: with the British Isles, Frisia and the Hanseatic League
1028(11)
Kurt Braunmuller
Language contact during the Old Nordic period II: with Eastern Europe
1039(6)
Baldur Panzer
Language contact during the Old Nordic period III: The impact of Christianity on Old Nordic
1045(8)
Reidar Astas
History and development of Old Nordic outside the Scandinavia of today
1053
Michael P. Barnes

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