The contributions in "e;New Insights in Germanic Linguistics III"e; are representative of the stimulating and productive medley of offerings presented at the April 2000 meetings of the Berkeley Germanic Linguistics Roundtable. Formal syntax informs the essays of Boas, Janko, Mallen, and Roehrs, which yield evidence from German, English, Scandinavian, and Romance languages. The syntax essays of Waltz and Wilhelm deal with Old English/Latin and with Old Hittite. Phonological studies by Barrack and Goblirsch draw on Spanish, Arabic, Dutch, and Danish relative to North Frisian. While Liberman presents work on the West Germanic vocalism through time, Scheuringer concentrates on Modern German dialect reflexes of Old High German. Old Saxon serves as the database for Jeep's study of binomials and Rauch's pragmatic strategies. Finally, Cleek offers new North and South German fieldwork data on banking terminology.
New Insights in Germanic Linguistics
BERKELEY INSIGHTS IN LINGUISTICS AND SEMIOTICS
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