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Appropriations and Contestations of the Islamic Nomenclature in Muslim North India

Elitism, Lexicography, and the Meaning of The Political

Jan-Peter Hartung

defined politics . The former, however, takes its starting point from imperial lexicography, and thus a highly normative kind of material that would very much benefit from further studies on other and perhaps less normative literary genres that could then

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The Cultural Imaginary of Foreignness in the Larousse Universel of 1922

Cècile Mathieu

Translator : Matthew Roy

particular place, derived from the name of that place), from two different but complementary perspectives. The first approach is lexicographical, highlighting the different discourses suggested by the statements serving as definitions. The second approach is

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Early Modern Terminology for Dialect

Denigration, Purism, and the Language-Dialect Dichotomy

Raf Van Rooy and Alexander Maxwell

The early modern period witnessed great terminological diversity in grammar, lexicography, philology, and other proto-linguistic sciences. Among other things, scholars proposed a variety of new terms related to the novel language-dialect dichotomy

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Reindeer-Herding Lexicon as System-Structure Organization in the Language of the Alutor Koryaks

Anatoly Sorokin

– reindeer, ŋallә – herd), the herd of females, and әlqәlˀәŋallә (әlqәlˀә – penis, ŋallә – herd), the herd of male deer. Both words consist of simple lexeme stems, each of which can be traced in the lexicographic sources: win – domesticated, tamed

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The Proceedings of the Third International and Interdisciplinary Conference about the Tungus

Nikolai S. Goncharov

a balance of historical immersion and contemporary concerns. Many participants introduced issues related to Tungus linguistics. These presentations analyzed theoretical and applied aspects of lexicography, word formation, and toponymy. Attention

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The Navigation of Silences and Back to the Roots

Karsten Lichau and Dörte Lerp

over one hundred interviews as well as published and unpublished lexicographic sources—she not only excavates the vocabulary that evolved over some two thousand years to describe economic inequality, but also deciphers its use in various changing

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The Functioning of the Anabar Dolgan Language and the Dialect Vocabulary of the Sakha Language

Ninel V. Malysheva, Marina I. Kysylbaikova, and Aitalina V. Timofeeva

studying the lexicological aspects of Sakha dialects ( Danilova et al. 2018 ). Accordingly, it is important to note the results of the project on the collection of dialect material that was not previously recorded and not included in lexicographic sources

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Distributional Concept Analysis

A Computational Model for History of Concepts

Peter De Bolla, Ewan Jones, Paul Nulty, Gabriel Recchia, and John Regan

Hanks, “Word Association Norms, Mutual Information, and Lexicography,” Computational Linguistics 16, no. 1 (1990): 22–29; Jeffrey Pennington, Richard Socher, and Christopher D. Manning, “GloVe: Global Vectors for Word Representation,” Proceedings of

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The Rise of Health

A Collocation Analysis of Conceptual Changes in News Discourse, 1950–2010

Anne Helene Kveim Lie, Lars G. Johnsen, Helge Jordheim, and Espen Ytreberg

Linguistics 20, no. 2 (2015): 139–173, https://doi.org/10.1075/ijcl.20.2.01bre ; de Bolla et al., “Distributional Concept Analysis.” 27 See Kenneth W. Church and Patrick Hanks, “Word Association Norms, Mutual Information, and Lexicography,” Computational

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A Love That Lasts Beyond the Grave

Animals, Companionship, and Death in Muslim Societies

Itamar Toussia Cohen

, lexicography, geography, medicine, and agriculture will not be examined here, as it is not animals as such that is of interest, but rather the emotional relationships between Muslims and animals that I seek to tease out. Thus, narrations of interspecies