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 =====Ouvrages publiés / Published books===== =====Ouvrages publiés / Published books=====
 +==== 2020 - Missionary Linguistic Studies from Mesoamerica to Patagonia ====
 +{{:​laboratoire:​9789004427006.jpg?​100 |}}**Astrid Alexander Bakkerus, Rebeca Fernández Rodríguez, Liesbeth Zack and Otto Zwartjes (ed.)** //​Missionary Linguistic Studies from Mesoamerica to Patagonia//​. Boston : Brill, 2020. Brill'​s Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture, 22. ISBN : 978-90-04-42460-9
 +Missionary Linguistic Studies from Mesoamerica to Patagonia presents the results of in-depth studies of grammars, vocabularies and religious texts, dating from the sixteenth – nineteenth century. The researches involve twenty (extinct) indigenous Mesoamerican and South American languages: Matlatzinca,​ Mixtec, Nahuatl, Purépecha, Zapotec (Mexico); K’iche, Kaqchikel (Guatemala);​ Amage, Aymara, Cholón, Huarpe, Kunza, Mochica, Mapudungun, Proto-Tacanan,​ Pukina, Quechua, Uru-Chipaya (Peru); Tehuelche (Patagonia);​ (Tupi-)Guarani (Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay).
 +The results of the studies include: a) a digital model of a good, conveniently arranged vocabulary, applicable to all indigenous Amerindian languages; b) disclosure of intertextual relationships,​ language contacts, circulation of knowledge; c) insights in grammatical structures; d) phone analyses; e) transcriptions,​ so that the texts remain accessible for further research. f) the architecture of grammars; g) conceptual evolutions and innovations in grammaticography.
 +==== 2020 - History of linguistics 2017 ====
 +{{:​laboratoire:​sihols.127.hb.png?​100 |}}**Emilie Aussant et Jean-Michel Fortis (ed.).** //History of Linguistics 2017 : Selected papers from the 14th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, (ICHoLS 14), Paris, 28 August – 1 September.//​ Amsterdam : John Benjamins, 2020. Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 127. xviii, 245 pp. ISBN : 9789027205469
 +The present book is a selection of papers from the 14th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (Paris 2017). The volume is divided thematically into three parts: I. Notions and categories, II. Representations and receptions, III. Learning, codification and the linguistic practices of social actors. The first part is especially concerned with data not easily handled by extant traditions of linguistic analysis, and with constructs and perspectives which proved difficult to establish in the linguist’s descriptive apparatus. Part II groups six studies dealing with alternative representations of linguistic data, and matters of interpretation and reception regarding the work of three important linguists (Saussure, Jespersen, Chomsky). The scope of part III embraces social and pedagogical practices as well as the involvement of linguists in questions of national identity.
 ==== 2019 - Fuṣḥā écrit contemporain ==== ==== 2019 - Fuṣḥā écrit contemporain ====
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