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Turkic Languages 21 (2017) 1+2
journal:
volume: Vol. 21 (2017) 1+2
pages/dimensions: 295 pages, 1 diagram, 5 ill., 17 schemes, 57 tables
language: english
binding: Paperback
weight: 310g
publishing date: 19.12.2017
prices: 118,00 Eur[D]
ISBN: 978-3-447-09983-7
118,00 Eur

The journal Turkic Languages is devoted to linguistic Turcology. It addresses descriptive, comparative, synchronic, diachronic, theoretical, and methodological problems of the study of Turkic languages including questions of genetic, typological and areal relations, linguistic variation, and language acquisition. The journal aims at presenting work of current interest on a variety of subjects, and thus welcomes contributions on all aspects of Turkic language studies. It contains articles, review articles, reviews, discussions, reports, and surveys of publications.
The journal uses a double blind review system in selecting articles for publication. The preferred language of publication is English.

From the contents:
Martine Robbeets, Transeurasian core structures in Turkic
Klára Agyagási, Kazan Tatar as a dominant language of the Volga-Kama region. A case study of lexical intermediation
Gerjan van Schaaik, Place nouns heading relative clauses with focal subjects
Sema Aslan Demir, Some remarks on viewpoint operators in Turkmen
Annette Herkenrath & Birsel Karakoç, Two questionable candidates for subordinatorship: -mIşlIK and -mAzlIK in Turkish
Delio Vania Proverbio, On the phonetic unpredictability denoted by some Old Turkic texts written in Syriac script. Or the encoding ambiguity intrinsic to the Aramaic writing
Éva Á. Csató, Turkic Linguistics: The State of the Art. Workshop at the University of Mainz in March 2016
Uli Schamiloglu, The rise of Runiform Turkic as the first Turkic vernacular literary language
Hans Nugteren, The position of the Lopnor dialect
Birsel Karakoç, Subordination of existence and possessive clauses in Oghuz and Kipchak Turkic languages
Irina Nevskaya & Saule Tazhibayeva, Kazakh hypocorisms in a comparative perspective
An-King Lim, A note on the Old Turkic denominal verb formatives +lA-, +A-, +tA-, and +lAn-
Jorma Luutonen & Arto Moisio & Okan Daher, Finnish Tatars and the trilingual Tatar-Finnish dictionary
Astrid Menz, Linguistic topics at Turkologentag 2016: Second European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies, Hamburg, September 14–17, 2016

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