The papers included address multiple aspects of classical and colloquial Arabic: phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicology and lexicography, but also semantics and pragmatics, as well as logic and argumentation. The title chosen by the editor, Manuela E.B. Giolfo, recalls that Arabic was the object of a rich indigenous tradition of linguistic analysis long before becoming, from the nineteenth century onwards, an object of modern Western linguistics. One of the book’s ambitions is to show that ‘Arab linguistics’ and ‘Arabic linguistics’ should not be strangers to each other, but rather complementary. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Pierre Larcher, Foreword (in French), page v; Acknowledgements, page vii; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “‘Arab Linguistics’ and ‘Arabic Linguistics’: After a Quarter of a Century”, page 1; Alex Bellem, “Triads, Emphatics and Interdentals in Arabic Sound System Typology”, page 9; Joseph Dichy, “Al-Ḫalīl’s Conjecture: How the First Comprehensive Dictionary in History was Invented”, page 43; Michael G. Carter, “Typological Change in Colloquial Arabic Verb Patterns”, page 69; Pierre Larcher, “Wa-ʼin p, lākin(na) q : un croisement de deux systèmes argumentatifs en arabe classique”, page 93; Lutz E. Edzard, “Logic, Interrogation, and Negation: The Case of Classical Arabic”, page 107; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “A Modal Interpretation of the Arabic Apocopate: Morpho-Syntax and Semantics”, page 119; Aziza Boucherit, “Les verbes de < parler > en arabe algérien : affinités formelles et sémantiques”, page 145; Alex Bellem and Janet C.E. Watson, “Backing and Glottalization in Three SWAP Language Varieties”, page 169. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Pierre Larcher, Foreword (in French), page v; Acknowledgements, page vii; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “‘Arab Linguistics’ and ‘Arabic Linguistics’: After a Quarter of a Century”, page 1; Alex Bellem, “Triads, Emphatics and Interdentals in Arabic Sound System Typology”, page 9; Joseph Dichy, “Al-Ḫalīl’s Conjecture: How the First Comprehensive Dictionary in History was Invented”, page 43; Michael G. Carter, “Typological Change in Colloquial Arabic Verb Patterns”, page 69; Pierre Larcher, “Wa-ʼin p, lākin(na) q : un croisement de deux systèmes argumentatifs en arabe classique”, page 93; Lutz E. Edzard, “Logic, Interrogation, and Negation: The Case of Classical Arabic”, page 107; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “A Modal Interpretation of the Arabic Apocopate: Morpho-Syntax and Semantics”, page 119; Aziza Boucherit, “Les verbes de < parler > en arabe algérien : affinités formelles et sémantiques”, page 145; Alex Bellem and Janet C.E. Watson, “Backing and Glottalization in Three SWAP Language Varieties”, page 169.

Arab and Arabic Linguistics: Traditional and New Theoretical Approaches

GIOLFO, MANUELA ELISA
2014

Abstract

The papers included address multiple aspects of classical and colloquial Arabic: phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicology and lexicography, but also semantics and pragmatics, as well as logic and argumentation. The title chosen by the editor, Manuela E.B. Giolfo, recalls that Arabic was the object of a rich indigenous tradition of linguistic analysis long before becoming, from the nineteenth century onwards, an object of modern Western linguistics. One of the book’s ambitions is to show that ‘Arab linguistics’ and ‘Arabic linguistics’ should not be strangers to each other, but rather complementary. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Pierre Larcher, Foreword (in French), page v; Acknowledgements, page vii; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “‘Arab Linguistics’ and ‘Arabic Linguistics’: After a Quarter of a Century”, page 1; Alex Bellem, “Triads, Emphatics and Interdentals in Arabic Sound System Typology”, page 9; Joseph Dichy, “Al-Ḫalīl’s Conjecture: How the First Comprehensive Dictionary in History was Invented”, page 43; Michael G. Carter, “Typological Change in Colloquial Arabic Verb Patterns”, page 69; Pierre Larcher, “Wa-ʼin p, lākin(na) q : un croisement de deux systèmes argumentatifs en arabe classique”, page 93; Lutz E. Edzard, “Logic, Interrogation, and Negation: The Case of Classical Arabic”, page 107; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “A Modal Interpretation of the Arabic Apocopate: Morpho-Syntax and Semantics”, page 119; Aziza Boucherit, “Les verbes de < parler > en arabe algérien : affinités formelles et sémantiques”, page 145; Alex Bellem and Janet C.E. Watson, “Backing and Glottalization in Three SWAP Language Varieties”, page 169. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Pierre Larcher, Foreword (in French), page v; Acknowledgements, page vii; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “‘Arab Linguistics’ and ‘Arabic Linguistics’: After a Quarter of a Century”, page 1; Alex Bellem, “Triads, Emphatics and Interdentals in Arabic Sound System Typology”, page 9; Joseph Dichy, “Al-Ḫalīl’s Conjecture: How the First Comprehensive Dictionary in History was Invented”, page 43; Michael G. Carter, “Typological Change in Colloquial Arabic Verb Patterns”, page 69; Pierre Larcher, “Wa-ʼin p, lākin(na) q : un croisement de deux systèmes argumentatifs en arabe classique”, page 93; Lutz E. Edzard, “Logic, Interrogation, and Negation: The Case of Classical Arabic”, page 107; Manuela E.B. Giolfo, “A Modal Interpretation of the Arabic Apocopate: Morpho-Syntax and Semantics”, page 119; Aziza Boucherit, “Les verbes de < parler > en arabe algérien : affinités formelles et sémantiques”, page 145; Alex Bellem and Janet C.E. Watson, “Backing and Glottalization in Three SWAP Language Varieties”, page 169.
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