Monthly Archives: February 2015

Examining material aspects of manuscripts. Part II: Bindings and provenance

Anna Pytlowany University of Amsterdam This is Part II of a series. Part I is here. At first glance, the history of Dutch East India Company (VOC) linguistics is simply a history of texts. Published or not, edited, translated, or

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Somewhat caught between lexicology and syntax: a look at Phraseology

Sabine Fiedler University of Leipzig Terminology and characteristics A number of different terms have been used to name the topic of this blog entry. For example, in English, the following expressions are used synonymously: multi-word lexemes, phrasemes, set phrases, prefabricated

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Program February-June 2015

11February Somewhat caught between lexicology and syntax: a look at phraseologySabine FiedlerUniversity of Leipzig 25February Examining material aspects of manuscripts (Part II)Anna PytlowanyUniversity of Amsterdam 13March Some Remarks on Objectivity in PragmaticsSamuel LewinUniversity of Sydney 25March Sensualism for dummiesEls ElffersUniversity

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