17.787 typology

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             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.
    Cambridge.

    and, closer to your subject,

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

    Fritz Heberlein

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    Dr. Friedrich Heberlein, Akad. Direktor
    Seminar fr Klassische Philologie,  KU Eichstaett-Ingolstadt
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