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A History Of The Spanish Language

Author: Ralph John Penny
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521011846
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A revised, expanded and updated 2002 edition of Ralph Penny's authoritative textbook, first published in 1991.

Essentials Of Language Documentation

Author: Jost Gippert
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110188643
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Presents introductions to major aspects of language documentation, including overviews on fieldwork ethics and data processing, guidelines for the basic annotation of digitally-stored multimedia corpora and a discussion on how to build and maintain a language archive. This work makes suggestions for the common problems in language documentation.

The Spanish Enlightenment Revisited

Author: Jesús Astigarraga
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ISBN: 9780729411608
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Traditional historiography has tended to disregard and even deny Spain's role in the Enlightenment, banishing the country to a benighted geographical periphery. In The Spanish Enlightenment revisited a team of experts overturns the myth of the 'dark side of Europe' and examines the authentic place of Spain in the intellectual economy of the Enlightenment. Contributors to this book explore how institutional and social changes in eighteenth-century Spain sharpened the need for modernisation. Examination of major constitutional and social initiatives, such as the development of new scientific projects and economic societies, the reform of criminal law, and a re-evaluation of the country's colonial policies, reveals how ideas, principles and practices from the wider European Enlightenment are adapted for the country's specific context. Through detailed analysis authors investigate: the evolution of public opinion, and the Republic of letters; the growth of political economy as an intellectual discipline; the transmission and reception of an Enlightenment discourse in the Spanish Empire; Spain's role in shaping a modern conception of the natural sciences. The portrait of a demarginalised, modernising and enlightened Spain emerges clearly from this book; in so doing, it opens up new avenues of research both within the history of the pan-European Enlightenment, and in colonial studies.

Handbook Of Intermediality

Author: Gabriele Rippl
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110393786
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This handbook offers students and researchers compact orientation in their study of intermedial phenomena in Anglophone literary texts and cultures by introducing them to current academic debates, theoretical concepts and methodologies. Each contribution combines theory – intermediality, multi- and plurimediality, transmediality, ekphrasis, remediation, adaptation etc. – with concrete analysis of literary texts from different centuries.

Reading Fictions Changing Minds

Author: Vera Nunning
Publisher: Universitatsverlag Winter
ISBN: 9783825364182
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This book explores a phenomenon that has so far mainly been studied by psychologists and neuroscientists who are interested in how fictional stories can change readers' beliefs and even improve their abilities to understand others. Reading Fictions, Changing Minds tries to redress the balance by combining concepts from narrative theory with insights from psychology in order to analyse why and how reading fictional narratives can enhance our cognitive abilities. In order to achieve a better understanding of the cognitive value of reading fiction, the book on the one hand applies concepts taken from psychology and the neurosciences to explore the cognitive potential of specific features of fictional stories. On the other hand, it uses insights from narrative theory to examine to what extent narrative is involved in making sense of human experiences. It is argued that engaging with fictional narratives can hone readers' skills of understanding other human beings, improve their narrative competence and serve as a privileged means of social learning for adults.

French Arthurian Literature

Author: Glyn Sheridan Burgess
Publisher: D. S. Brewer
ISBN: 9781843843382
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"The lay of mantel, also known as Le cort mantel or Le mantel mautaillie"--Pref.