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THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

The state educational budgetary establishment of the higher vocational training

NATIONAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY

HIGHER SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

Faculty of Humanities

School of Linguistics

Syllabus for the course

Language Diversity”



(“Languages of the World”)

Bachelor’s Programme “Fundamental and Computational Linguistics”

Author:

Yury Lander, Ph.D. in linguistics, associate professor, e-mail: yulander@yandex.ru

Одобрена на заседании школы лингвистики «12» мая 2015 г.

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«19» мая 2015 г., Протокол № 4

Утверждена «21» мая 2015 г.

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Ю.А. Ландер ___________ [подпись]

Moscow, 2015



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Syllabus of the course “Language Diversity” (“Languages of the World”)

  1. Course Description

    1. Title of a Course: Language Diversity / Languages of the World

    2. Pre-requisites: Introduction to Linguistics, Morphology, Syntax

    3. Course Type: compulsory, elective, optional

    4. Abstract:

The course includes lectures on various linguistic areas and language families, which survey the most important languages of an area, their history and the basic linguistic features found among the grammars of the area. During the seminars, students discuss papers devoted to specific grammatical phenomena.

  1. Learning Objectives

The course is intended to survey the basic characteristics of the main linguistic areas (defined geographically) and to familiarize the students with a range of linguistic phenomena, primarily in grammar.

  1. Learning Outcomes

After completing the course, the student should:

  • Know: the basic characteristics of linguistic areas and the most prominent parameters of typological variation,

  • Be able to read and discuss grammatical descriptions as well as studies devoted to specific grammatical phenomena.



  1. Course Plan

- Approaches to linguistic diversity: genealogical, areal, typological. Two notions of linguistic area

- Languages of Eurasia: Europe, Northern and Eastern Eurasia, the Caucasus, South Asia

- Afroasiatic languages. Languages of Africa

- Languages of Southeast Asia and Oceania

- Languages of Australia and New Guinea

- Languages of Americas

- Contact languages. Sign languages


  1. Reading List

    1. Required

Кибрик. А.Е. Очерки по общим и прикладным вопросам языкознания (универсальное, типовое и специфичное в языке). М.: Изд-во МГУ, 1992. (главы из книги)

Старостин С.А., Бурлак С.А. . Введение в лингвистическую компаративистику. М.: 2001 (главы из книги)



    1. Optional

Беликов В.И. Пиджины и креольские языки Океании. М., 1998.

Вахтин, Н.Б., Головко, Е.В. Социолингвистика и социология языка. СПб, 2004.

Дьяконов И.М. Языки древней Передней Азии. М.: Наука, 1967.

Кибрик А.А. Языки мира и языковые ареалы: проспект учебника // Языки мира. Типология. Уралистика. Памяти Т. Ждановой. Ред. В.А.Плунгян и А.Ю.Урманичиева. М.: Индрик, 2002. С. 252-275

Основы иранского языкознания. (коллектив авторов, многотомное издание). Москва: Наука.

Перехвальская Е.В. Русские пиджины. СПб: Алетейя, 2008.

Сирк Ю.Х. Австронезийские языки. Введение в сравнительно-историческое изучение. М.: Восточная литература, 2008.

Хайду П. Уральские языки и народы. М.: Прогресс, 1985.

Языки мира: семитские языки. 2 т. М.: Academia, 2009, 2010.

Языки народов СССР. 4 т. М.: АН СССР, 1967.

Adelaar W.F.H. (2004) The Languages of the Andes. Cambridge: CUP.

Blake B.J. (1987) Australian Aboriginal Grammar. Croom Helm.

Blake B.J. (1991) Australian Aboriginal Languages: A general introduction". St Lucia: University of Queensland.

Blust R. (2009). The Austronesian languages. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.



    Brentari D. (2010) Sign Languages. Cambridge: CUP.

    Campbell L. (1997) American Indian Languages. Oxford: OUP.

    Chirikba V. (2008) The problem of the Caucasian Sprachbund, in: Muysken P., ed. (2008) From Linguistic Areas to Areal Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.


Comrie B. (1981) The Languages of the Soviet Union. Cambridge: CUP.

Comrie B. (2008) Linguistic diversity in the Caucasus, Annual Review of  Anthropology, vol. 37, p. 131-143.

Creissels D. (1994) Aperçu sur les structures phonologiques des langues négro-africaines. Grenoble.

Daniel M., Lander Yu. (2011) The Caucasian Languages, in: B. Kortmann & J. van der Auwera (eds), The languages and linguistics of Europe: a comprehensive guide. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, p. 125-157.

Dixon R.M.W. (2002) The Australian Languages. Cambridge: CUP.

Dixon R.M.W., Aikhenvald A.Y., eds. (1999) The Amazonian Languages. Cambridge: CUP.

Foley W.A. (1986) The Papuan Languages of New Guinea. Cambridge: CUP.

Goddard C. (2005) The languages of East and Southeast Asia. Oxford: OUP.

Golla V. (2011) California Indian Languages. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Haspelmath M. (2002) The European linguistic area: Standard Average European, in: M. Haspelmath et al. (eds). Language typology and language universals.Berlin: de Gruyter, p. 1492-1510.



    Heine B., Nurse D., eds. (2008) A Linguistic Geography of Africa. Cambridge: CUP.

    Kibrik A.A. (2002) A typologically oriented portrait of the Athabaskan language family, in: В.И.Подлесская и др. (Ред.) Третья зимняя типологическая школа. Материалы лекций и семинаров. М.: РГГУ, p. 38-48

    Krishnamurti B. (2006). The Dravidian Languages. Cambridge: CUP.



Masica C. P. (1991) The Indo-Aryan Languages. Cambridge: CUP.

Meier R.P., Cormier K., Quinto-Pozos D., eds. (2004) Modality and structure in signed and spoken language. Cambridge: CUP.



    Mithun M. (1999) The Languages of Native North America. Cambridge: CUP.

    Muysken P., ed. (2008) From Linguistic Areas to Areal Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

    Nichols J. (1992) Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.


Rickford J.R., McWorther J. (1997) Language contact and language generation: Pidgins and Creoles, in: The Handbook of Sociolinguistics. Coulmas (ed.) Blackwell.

Shibatani M. (1990) The Languages of Japan. Cambridge: CUP.

Suarez J.A. (1983) The Mesoamerican Indian Languages. Cambridge: CUP.

Tucker Childs G. (2003) An introduction to African Languages. Amstedam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.



    van der Auwera J. (2011) Standard Average European, in: B. Kortmann & J. van der Auwera (eds), The languages and linguistics of Europe: a comprehensive guide. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, p. 291–306.

Winfuhr G., ed. (2009) The Iranian Languages. London: Routledge.

Woodard R.D., ed. (2008) The Ancient Languages of Asia-Minor. Cambridge: CUP.



  1. Grading System:

Participation in classes (20% of the final grade); discussing a specific paper at the seminar (40% of the final grade); answering questions during an oral exam (40% of the final grade).

  1. Guidelines for Knowledge Assessment:

Attending classes and participating in discussions; concise and coherent forms during the oral exam.

  1. Methods of Instruction: lectures and seminars



  1. Special Equipment and Software Support (if required): a projector.


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