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Mediterranean Language Review 27 (2020)
Bandnummer: 27 (2020)
Umfang/Format: IV, 180 pages, 10 ill., 22 tables
Sprache: deutsch, englisch
Ausstattung: Paperback
Abmessungen: 17,00 × 24,00 cm
Gewicht: 364g
Edition: annual
Erscheinungsdatum: 25.11.2020
Preise: 99,00 Eur[D]
ISBN: 978-3-447-18086-3
99,00 Eur

The Mediterranean Language Review is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed forum for the investigation of language and culture in the Mediterranean. Articles, reviews and review articles address issues relating to multiple aspects of Mediterranean languages, past and present. Among these are essays discussing linguistic contact and diffusion in the Mediterranean area and its hinterland, as well as interaction of language and culture in the region. Sociolinguistic aspects, religion and language, and linguistic stratification with areal typology and the languages of the Mediterranean littoral are focused on. Finally, the historical evolution and present state of languages spoken by small nations and ethnic minorities, ethnolinguistic studies on island communities in the Mediterranean, the interlinguas Kultursprachen and Mediterranean Lingua Franca, as well as approaches to Mediterranean lexicology sum up the journal’s objects of study.

From the contents (altogether 10 contributions):
Luca D’Anna, L2 Arabic and Residual Multilingualism Among Members of the Former Italian Community in Tunisia
Veronika Ritt-Benmimoun, Conditional Structures in South Tunisian Bedouin Dialects
Nicola Guerra, Il linguaggio politico di piazza della destra radicale e dei movimenti neofascisti negli Anni di piombo
Maria Petrou, Turkish Argot and Semantic Shift
Ingeborg Hauenschild, Türkeitürkische Benennungen für Farnpflanzen
Dorota Molin, Israeli Hebrew in the Mouths of Native Negev Arabic Speakers Some Characteristic Interference Features in Phonology, Syntax and Morphology
G. Wilhelm Nebe, The Hebrew Grave Inscription of Raʾs al-Khaimah