The project thus combines cross-linguistic research on grammar, cross-linguistic corpus research and historical linguistics
in a ground- breaking way.
Could the Christians who have been described by historical linguistics
to have been weak in the classical rules of the language become the beacons of its modernity in the nineteenth century?
In addition, there is no compelling case in historical linguistics
for linking Chamorro with northern Luzon, while the absence of domestic pig, dog and commensal rat (Rattus exulans) in early sites in the Marianas (Anderson 2009) does not support the notion of a deliberate migration voyage.
The majority view in historical linguistics
is that the homeland of Indo-European is located in the Pontic steppes (present day Ukraine) around 6,000 years ago.
His dissertation was an analysis of Benuaq Dayak autochthonous religion using methods from ethnolinguistics, cognitive anthropology, and historical linguistics
and is based on ethnographic data collected during fieldwork in East Kalimantan, 2004-2008.
This is the historical linguistics
use of the asterisk and makes sense here in that it represents reconstructed forms.
The findings mean existing models of human colonisation, ecological change and historical linguistics
for the region now require substantial revision.
Building upon previously neglected sources, like the records of the French White Fathers mission, and historical linguistics
, the articles in this new volume attempt to shed new light upon the institution of slavery and the slave trade in the Great Lakes region.
La Penna concludes her essay by lamenting the paucity, in Italy, of innovative studies dedicated to translation theory, which she ascribes to the "strong traditions of historical linguistics
and stylistics" (21) and to the long-lasting influence of Benedetto Croce, who regarded translation as mere approximation.
There are, nevertheless, sources to be mined, in Henry Morton Stanley and David Livingstone's accounts of their travels, used successfully by anthropologists, in the archives of the Catholic White Fathers who purchased and freed slaves, in demographic models of both West African slave societies and North American plantation slavery, and in historical linguistics
, as David Schoenbrun's chapter, "Violence, Marginality, Score and Honour," demonstrates.
Its main drawback is the almost total absence of historical linguistics
or morphological analysis.
Furthermore, he wrote a fantasy, "Lead," also in The Periodic Table, that shows a remarkable knowledge of historical linguistics
and is an incentive to further study.