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|Statement||by Hans Kurath. With the collaboration of Marcus L. Hansen, Bernard Bloch [and] Julia Bloch.|
|Contributions||Kurath, Hans, 1891- , ed., Hansen, Marcus Lee, 1892-1938.|
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|Pagination||iv, 240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
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The Handbook of the Linguistic Geography of New England (), by Hans Kurath and Miles L. Hanley was published in conjunction with LANE. This handbook discusses the dialect areas of New England, Kurath's methodology, the history of New England's settlement, the phonetic notation and worksheets used in data collection, and the communities and Author: Hans Kurath.
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by Marcus Lee Hansen, Julia Bloch, and Bernard Bloch (page images at HathiTrust). Jan 01, · Hans Kurath, American linguist, best known as the chief editor of the Linguistic Atlas of New England, the first comprehensive linguistic atlas of a large region. Kurath emigrated from Austria to the United States in and became a citizen in He studied at the University of Texas (A.B.
During this period Bernard and Julia Bloch were on the editorial staff of the Linguistic Atlas of New England (). They also contributed to the Handbook of the Linguistic Geography of New England. In Bernard Bloch took up a position at Yale. Handbook of Technical Terms Used in Architecture and Building and Their Allied Trades and Subjects (New York: Textile Book Publishers, ), Handbook of the Linguistic Geography of New England (Providence: Brown University, ), by Hans Kurath.
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Handbook of. Handbook of the Linguistic Geography of New England. By HANS KURATH and others. (Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University, xii, p. 2 folded charts. $) When a group of American linguistic scholars, more than ten years ago, started, with the assistance of the American Council of Learned Societies.
A few examples: Linguistic Geography 1. In the s, the "New England short o "--a sound a p proaching the vowel of cut--in coat, road, home was already r a r e and old-fashioned and r u r a l. In urban areas it has now practically disappeared.
Natives of Cleveland interviewed in the s kept a contrast between such words as cot and. The Linguistic Atlas of New England project, begun in and publisheddocumented two major dialect areas of New England, which are related to the history of the settling and dispersal of European settlers in New England with successive waves of immigration.
Parts completed and published are: The Linguistic Atlas of New England, handbook and 3 volumes, by Hans Kurath (–43); The Linguistic Atlas of the Upper Midwest, 3 volumes, by Harold B.
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Building on the popular first edition,The Handbook of Linguistics, Second Editionfeatures new and revised content reflecting advances within the discipline. Hans Kurath's Linguistic Atlas of New England reported a significant east-west dialect contrast along the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Inusing data from s fieldwork for the Dictionary of American Regional English, Craig Carver found the contrast remained intact a generation ekodeniz.com results reflect the enduring influence of eighteenth-century settlers, known as the Principle Cited by: 8. Review of the hardback:'This is an exciting, sometimes dizzying, book, which incorporates ideas from areas rarely brought together, such as chaos theory, linguistic surveys, corpus linguistics, perceptual dialectology, social attitudes to language, and statistics.
Various sections of the book deal with complex ideas from fields Cited by: This book is excellent reading for anyone who is interested and investigates grammatical variation in English(es).' An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation, Volume III: Handbook of the Linguistic Geography of New England.
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Through the electronic analysis of large bodies of text, corpus linguistics demonstrates and supports linguistic statements and assumptions. Reprinted with permission. 98 Dialect Areas in American English 99 Figure 1: New England: Handbook of the Linguistic Eastern Pronunciations.
From Kurath, Geography of New England. c u t, Massachusetts, and Vermont are cut in half, while New Hamp shire and Maine lie well within the Eastern a r e ekodeniz.com by: 3. In the Extinct Languages of Southeastern New England Massachusett-Narragansett Revival Program A project for the reconstruction of the extinct American Indian Languages of Southeastern New England Dr.
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In the same book (pp. ) is an authoritative description of the methodology of the New England survey, which applies with a few modifications to all the subsequent regional surveys. For a discussion of the general plan. Sep 24, · Language and Material Culture explores the continuing dependence of historians of material culture on linguistic theory.
Burkette’s description of complexity theory reveals how closely it is akin to the manner in which many architectural historians in recent decades have approached the interpretation of ekodeniz.com: Linguistic Atlas of New England () began in ; Krapp and Kenyon were involved, along with many others • Bernard Bloch wrote the phonetics chapter in the accompanying Handbook of the Linguistic Geography of New England, describing use of IPA.
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May 01, · This article attempts to document the history of finite be in New England folk speech, a phenomenon thus far neglected in scholarly publications devoted to American historical dialectology. The authors aim at proving that even though plural indicative be had been brought to the early colonies with the first settlers, be as a singular indicative form was a New Englandism, not attested until the Cited by: 2.
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