DIACHRONIC APPLICATIONS IN HISPANIC LINGUISTICS

Eva Núñez Méndez (Portland State University, USA) – Editora

Newcastle upon Tyne, Reino Unido. CAMBRIDGE Scholars Publishing. ISBN. 9781443890526. Junio de 2016. 360 págs. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 78,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Este volumen presenta temas muy específicos en la lingüística hispánica diacrónica. Los capítulos incljyen los supervivientos léxicos en el íbero-romance, arabismos, variaciones léxicas en la primera Españ moderna, los orígenes de la confusión entre la b y la v o el español andaluz y su relación con las Américas.

 

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Preface

Acknowledgments

List of Abbreviations

CHAPTER ONE 1 Unique Latin Lexical Survivals in Ibero-Romance: A Diachronic Approach Steven Dworkin

CHAPTER TWO Arabisms in the Spanish Lexicon of Trades: A Diachronic Perspective Patricia Giménez – Eguíbar

CHAPTER THREE A Socio-Historical Approach to Lexical Variation and Change in Early Modern Spanish Fernando Tejedo – Herrero

CHAPTER FOUR A Diachronic Approach to the Confusion of b with v in Spanish Eva Núñez – Méndez

CHAPTER FIVE Andalusian Spanish: A Diachronic Survey of its Origins and Footprint in the Americas Cynthia Kauffeld

CHAPTER SIX Diachronic Perspectives on Varieties of Spanish Pronunciation: Seseo and Yeísmo Sonia Kania

CHAPTER SEVEN A Diachronic Perspective on Latin American Spanish Verbal Morphology: Reassessing the Role of Koineization Israel Sanz – Sánchez

CHAPTER EIGHT Romance Syntax in Texts from the Early Middle Ages: A Study in Scribal Evolution and Continuity Robert J Blake and Carlos Sánchez – Lancis

CHAPTER NINE Semantic Changes of Ser, Estar, and Haber in Spanish: A Diachronic and Comparative Approach Miriam Díaz

Contributors

Index

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