The Turkic Languages (inbunden)
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Csat, va .
128 Tables, black and white; 2 Halftones, black and white; 2 Illustrations, black and white
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The Turkic Languages (inbunden)

The Turkic Languages

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New, fully updated edition written by international experts and incorporating the latest research in Turkic studies Three completely new chapters on West Old Turkic, Transeurasian and Gagauz languages Fresh coverage of different dialects of Turkish and the state of Turkic in various countries and regions Improved opening map and updated and new figures Easy reference appendix with integration of new scripts such as Azeri and Turkmen New section on linguistic terms and definitions keeps students up to date and linguistically informed
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Lars Johanson, one of the worlds leading Turcologists, was born and educated at Uppsala University in Sweden. He is professor of Turcology at the University of Mainz, Germany. He has published widely on descriptive and historical linguistics, mostly focusing on the Turkic language family. His book Turkic (2021) presents his pioneering contributions to Turkic linguistics and language typology. He edits the journal Turkic Languages and the monograph series Turcologica. va . Csat, born in Hungary, is professor emeritus in Turkic languages at Uppsala University, Sweden. She studied linguistics and Turcology at the University of Oslo. Her research interests include Turkic linguistics, syntactic typology, contact linguistics, documentation, and revitalization of endangered Turkic languages. She has published over 100 articles and edited more than 10 volumes on different Turkic linguistic topics. She is on the editorial board of the journal Turkic Languages.


Contents List of Tables and Figures List of Contributors Preface A General Introduction to the Turkic Family The Structure of the Volume Changes Limitations Diversity and Harmonization Acknowledgements Transcription and Notations Actants Name Forms Transcription Vowels Basic Vowels Non-prime Vowels Consonants Suffix Notations Parentheses Other Signs Abbreviations in Glosses 1 The Speakers of Turkic Languages Hendrik Boeschoten 2 The Turkic Peoples: A Historical Sketch Peter B. Golden 3 The Structure of Turkic Lars Johanson 4 The Reconstruction of Proto-Turkic and the Genealogical Question Andrs Rna-Tas 5 Transeurasian Martine Robbeets 6 The History of Turkic Lars Johanson 7 Turkic Writing Systems Andrs Rna-Tas 8 East Old Turkic Lars Johanson 9 West Old Turkic Lszl Kroly 10 Middle Kipchak rpd Berta and va . Csat 11 Chaghatay Hendrik Boeschoten 12 Ottoman Turkish Celia Kerslake 13 Turkish va . Csat and Lars Johanson 14 Turkish Dialects Bernt Brendemoen 15 The Turkish Language Reform Bernt Brendemoen 16 Gagauz Astrid Menz 17 Azeri Elisabetta Ragagnin 18 Turkmen Birsel Karako 19 Turkic Languages of Iran Christiane Bulut 20 Tatar and Bashkir rpd Berta 21 West Kipchak Languages rpd Berta & va . Csat 22 Kazakh and Karakalpak Aynur Abish 23 Noghay Birsel Karako 24 Kirghiz Birsel Karako and Kenjegl Kalieva 25 Uzbek Hendrik Boeschoten 26 Uyghur Abdurishid Yakup 27 Yellow Uyghur and Salar Abdurishid Yakup 28 South Siberian Turkic Claus Schnig and Irina Nevskaya 29 Yakut Astrid Menz and Vladimir Monastyrev 30 Chuvash Klra Agyagsi Index