17.787 typology

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Date: Fri May 07 2004 - 16:54:23 EDT

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             Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2004 08:36:23 +0100
             From: "Friedrich Heberlein" <friedrich.heberlein@ku-eichstaett.de>
             Subject: Re: 17.782 what is typology?

    > This is why I'm particularly interested how linguists and other
    scholars understand typology.

    You might want to have a look into one of the recent overviews, which
    include, e.g.,

    W. Croft, (2003),
    Typology and Universals.

    and, closer to your subject,

    T. Givn T. (2002),
    Bio-Linguistics: The Santa Barbara Lectures.
    (A comprehensive review by Marina Rusakova, St Petersburg, is
    available at the Linguist Web page).

    Fritz Heberlein

    Dr. Friedrich Heberlein, Akad. Direktor
    Seminar fr Klassische Philologie,  KU Eichstaett-Ingolstadt
    Universitaetsallee 1
    D-85071 Eichstaett / Bayern

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