Edited by Lars Johanson
The monograph series TURCOLOGICA, edited by Lars Johanson since 1985, is primarily devoted to works on languages and literatures of the entire Turkic world. Works dealing with other Transeurasian (Altaic) languages and cultures are also included. Most volumes deal with descriptive, comparative, theoretical, and methodological issues. Many are devoted to questions of genealogical, typological, and areal relations, linguistic variation and language acquisition. Proceedings of major Turcological conferences and workshops are published regularly. More than one hundred books have been published so far, usually three or four volumes annually.
All manuscripts in the series are peer-reviewed, often double-blind, by expert reviewers and the editor of the series.
Bartholomä, Ruth / Laut, Jens Peter (Ed.)
A Never-Ending Story?
Sociolinguistic Profile and Language Planning in the Ottoman Empire and Republic of Turkey (1850–1950)
Sofu, Hatice / Can, Cem / Yüceol, Muna Özezen / Kilimci, Abdurahman / Abik, Ayşehan Deniz (Ed.)
Csató, Éva Á. / Johanson, Lars / Karakoç, Birsel (Ed.)
Bulut, Christiane (Ed.)
Csató, Éva Á. / Johanson, Lars / Róna-Tas, András / Utas, Bo (Ed.)
The Gunnar Jarring Memorial Program at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study
Karatay, Osman / Zimonyi, István (Ed.)
Studies in Honour of Peter B. Golden
Stein, Heidi (Ed.)
Erdal, Marcel / Nevskaya, Irina / Nugteren, Hans / Rind-Pawlowski, Monika (Ed.)
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Teil 1: Texte und Glossar