Associazione Italiana degli Slavisti. Ljubljana 15 - 21 agosto Copyright: Associazione Italiana degli Slavisti. Per informazioni rivolgersi a:. Finito di stampare nel mese di luglio Nella prima sezione le voci bibliografiche sono riportate in ordine cronologico, nella seconda e nella terza in ordine alfabetico per autore, con l'avvertenza che le recensioni seguono le voci relative ad ogni autore. La sezione Addenda comprende alcuni integrazioni relative a anni precedenti e non apparse nella precedente edizione di questa bibliografia relativa agli anni Nel complesso la bibliografia riguarda essenzialmente i lavori pubblicati in campo slavistico di interesse storico, storico-culturale, letterario, filologico e linguistico.
Aspectual pairs in Georgian: some questions
Ovviamente la bibliografia non ha alcuna pretesa di completezza, ma repertori del genere di rado riescono a rimanere esenti da questo difetto. A costoro, al direttivo dell'Associazione Italiana degli Slavisti e, in particolare, al prof.
Stefano Garzonio va il mio sincero ringraziamento. Bibliografia della Slavistica e della Balto-slavistica italiana, A cura di Gabriele Mazzitelli. Roma: Associazione Italiana degli Slavisti,p. Seconda edizione riveduta e corretta. A cura di Luca Calvi e Gianfranco Giraudo. Padova: E. Ucrainica Italica; 1. Napoli: Associazione Italiana degli Slavisti, Tavola rotonda.
A cura di Sergio Bonazza. La letteratura russa contemporanea. Autori, opere, tendenze.Kulturelle und sprachliche Bedrohung: Eine Herausforderung Unpublished. In: Sustainability Week Switzerland. Subjective applicatives: A rare? In: Linguistic Circle. Matter, Florian An inspection of Preferred Argument Structure in Mapudungun narratives. International journal of American linguistics, 86 1pp. University of Chicago Press Knuchel, Dominique Liza Exploring Kogi epistemic marking in interactional elicitation tasks: A report from the field Submitted.
Folia Linguistica Mouton de Gruyter. Knuchel, Dominique Engagement in Kogi demonstratives. Open linguistics, 5 1pp. De Gruyter Matter, Florian 25 October In: Workshop on language documentation: multilingual settings and technological advances. Uppsala University. La lengua mapuche: Pasado, presente y futuro Unpublished. Knuchel, Dominique Liza 22 August Exploring Kogi epistemic marking in interactional elicitation tasks: A report from the field Unpublished. Leipzig, Germany.
Matter, Florian ; van Gijn, Rik 21 August Rohleder, Jean 13 June Aspect in Vamale — The example of balan Unpublished. University of Leiden. Rohleder, Jean 15 April The place of Vamale New Caledonia in a multilingual environment - Attitudes towards it and differences across time and space Unpublished.Sadly, it too was withdrawn.
Having closed its doors in mid-March, due of course to the coronavirus outbreak, the Met Opera, along with its famed orchestra and chorus — and millions upon millions of radio listeners and live-streaming viewers the world over — were faced with the prospect of no opera performances at all and no work for all. This created a bind for singers, artists, stagehands, craftspeople, and anyone associated with the mechanics of bringing live opera to devotees of the form.
Unlike essential workers, opera singers and chorus and orchestra members are considered non-essential personnel; consequently, they are at the mercy of theater companies for gainful employment.
This situation has had a negative impact on performances worldwide. One possible solution, which has been tried in Europe and elsewhere, is to hold soccer matches in empty stadiums with prerecorded crowd noises and assorted cheers and shouts piped in.
Can you imagine imposing such a solution to opera houses? The whole purpose of the art form is the immediacy of it.
It fools no one and, ultimately, only calls attention to itself. And when will things get back to normal? For most people, the issues are personal — and ergo more problematic. How about sports and leisure-time activities: baseball, football, basketball, tennis, hockey, track and field, swimming, and others? When will their stadiums and arenas be filled to capacity again? Granted, this is all wishful thinking on our part. We know that the problems of the world cannot be solved simply by holding the aforementioned activities.
Too many people are suffering and dying at the moment for that to safely occur, what with the alarming upsurge in COVID cases, both in the U. More importantly, though, is the question of the continued viability for ALL the arts and the organizations that support them — from museums, art galleries, institutions of higher learning, Broadway, dance, and musical theater, to outdoor rock and pop concerts, poetry readings, lecture halls, indoor gatherings, and everything under the intellectual sun.
For those interested in any of the above pursuits, everyday life and the pleasures derived from them have ground to a halt.
So speculating as to when and how these activities can safely resume is beyond the realm of possibility — at least, for the foreseeable future. Protecting ourselves and our loved ones should be, and is, the immediate concern.The aim of this article is to discuss the existence in Modern Georgian of a grammatical opposition between Perfective and Imperfective, formally expressed by the presence or absence of preverbs Slavic-style aspect.
In order to speak of aspectual pair, i. The analysis of serial context and negative polarity in the Imperative mood allows some previous generalization about the quasi grammatical status of this derivational category in Modern Georgian.
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Sign Up. Primary occupation. Subject area. Sign up for free.To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Tomelleri, S. Kempgen eds. Michael Tarelko. Vittorio Springfield Tomelleri. Thomas Daiber. Sebastian Kempgen. Oleg Rumyantsev. Paolo Ognibene. Elena Simonato. In this context, both decided to make a call for papers for a panel devoted to Slavic alphabets in contact situations.
The idea was born to publish all papers in a special volume. The results of our joint efforts are available in the present publication. We nevertheless decided to go ahead with the project and to bring to an end, pro nostra parte, the pleasant work we started together. Slavic alphabets in contact It is not our aim here to discuss the terms that appear in the heading of this section, which picks up the title of the whole volume.
The main purpose of our joint work was and still remains to present and analyse different data, related to alphabets or writing systems used by or adapted from Slavic languages as a consequence of linguistic and, in a broader sense, cultural contact.
Con- sequently, an open or implicit confrontation between the two scripts constitutes the leitmotif of many contributions.
In order to avoid an undesirable association with the repressive power of the former re- gime, however, they decided to support the creation of Latin-based al- phabets for all the languages of the previously neglected nationalities of the former empire. The Latin alphabet became so popular as an ideolog- ical instrument of propaganda that it was ahistorically referred to as the alphabet of the revolution, the true herald of Leninism.
The author devotes her attention to the existence of a Karelian language, which is different from Finnish. One of the key preoccupations of the Bolsheviks after the collapse of the Russian Em- pire was the establishment of secure territorial borders. In many cases the Bolsheviks tackled quite precarious geopolitical situations making political use of cross-border ethnic ties to project influence into neigh- bouring states.
The promotion of minority languages and the conse- quent support given to the creation of ethnic identities and the standard languages tied to them provoked a sort of schizophrenic discussion about languages and cultures.
This was also reflected, obviously not without some evident bias, in the choice of the alphabet for Karelian. The cut-throat struggle between Latin and Cyrillic, however, was not a prerogative of Soviet language policy.
In more recent times we can ob- serve quite interesting contamination phenomena.Salta ai contenuti.
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Nine case studies Berlin et al. A view from outside in Im Rhythmus der Linguistik. Geburtstag; Bamberg, Bamberg University Pres; pp.
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In order to speak of aspectual pair, i. The analysis of serial context and negative polarity in the Imperative mood allows some previous generalization about the quasi grammatical status of this derivational category in Modern Georgian. Enjoy affordable access to over 18 million articles from more than 15, peer-reviewed journals.
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Aspectual pairs in Georgian: some questions