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Proceedings of the 31st Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference

UCLA Proceedings 31. 2021. VIII, 280 Seiten.
978-3-96769-090-3. Kartoniert
EUR 39,00
The Program in Indo-European Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, sponsors an Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference. The Conference, held on campus every fall, welcomes participation by linguists, philologists, and others engaged in all aspects of Indo-European studies.

Until the year 2020 UCLA Proceedings have been published by Dr. Ute Hempen Verlag followed by Helmut Buske Verlag beginning in 2021.

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Miyu Akao: Internal and External Factors behind the Development of the Tocharian Secondary Cases

Milena Anfosso: The Phrygians from Βρίγες to Φρύγες: Herodotus 7.73, or the Linguistic Problems of a Migration

Roberto Batisti: On Greek Αἰθίοψ ‘Ethiopian’ and Αἴσωπος ‘Aesop’ from a PIE Perspective

James Clackson: The Latin and Oscan Imperfect Subjunctive in *-sē-

John Clayton: Rhinoglottophilia in Avestan: *h > [h̃] and Its Orthographic and Phonological Consequences

Ashwini Deo: Copular Contrasts in Indo-Aryan Diachrony

Petra M. Goedegebuure: The Fat and the Furious: *w(o)rg̑- ‘fat, furious, strong’ and Derivatives in Hittite and Luwian

Ian Hollenbaugh: Inceptives in Ancient Greek

Ronald I. Kim: PIE Verbal Roots of the Shape *C(C)eH- in Old Armenian

Jared S. Klein: Old Church Slavic obače and tŭk(ŭ)mo

Laura Massetti: “Hermes and Hestia” Revisited: Hermes ἀκάκητα and the Funerary Fire

Thomas Motter: Hittite Correlative Resumption as Discourse Anaphora

Domenico Giuseppe Muscianisi: Zeus Δέκτερος ‘Benevolent, Welcoming’ from Thera and Proto-Indo-European ‘Right

Anthony D. Yates: The Phonology and Morphology of Anatolian *-mon-stems