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Dying Words: Endangered Languages and What They Have to Tell Us (The Language Library) von [Evans, Nicholas]
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"Its straightforward and compelling style will make it appealing to a general audience as well as to professional linguists and anthropologists." (Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 10 April 2013)
 
"This is a wonderful book.... This is story telling of the highest quality - with each story told in its relevant language, together with a translation - but it is also text with some messages of great importance." (Aboriginal History, 1 January 2011)
 
"Evans's book is one of the most penetrating and insightful works we have had on language for years." (Current Anthropology, February 2011)
 
"In sum, this is the best book I've yet seen in terms of its potential to persuade the broader public of the need to value endangered languages and to support the fight to keep them in daily use. Will Dying words convince my recalcitrant friends? I don't know, but I will urge them to try it." (Language Documentation and Conservation, 2010)
 
"The style of this book is at a level that both interested laypersons and undergraduate students of linguistics can understand - and indeed be inspired by - without excessive pondering. But its content is so important, so beneficial - and hitherto, so distinctive among works of general linguistics - that it should be put into the hands of most, if not all, graduate students in this field. It is supported with good bibliographies which will generate further interest in its readers through the examples it discusses. With luck, it will encourage them to go out and do likewise." (International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Spring 2010)
 
"Of all the books on language disappearance that have appeared in the last decade, Dying Words is intellectually the most challenging and the most persuasive. Evans sets out to show why linguistic diversity is an essential part of what makes us human ... .Modestly yet persuasively, Evans has thrown down an intellectual guantlet." (Times Literary Supplement, May 2010)
 
"I predict that Dying Words will be an important addition to the fields of linguistics and cultural anthropology.... Evans maintains a style which is thought-provoking without being overbearing. I found the experience of reading Dying Words to be an exciting one." (Journal of Folklore Research, January 2010)
 
"Nicholas Evans ... has written a sensitive and deeply persuasive book about what endangered languages can tell us. He gives us a huge mosaic of the dwindling storehouse of human discovery that is our languages. That's why we should care." (Courier Mail, August 2009)
 
"Dying Words ... is an astonishing book. This is a study of dying languages, of tremendous variety and richness. It makes clear ... the importance of describing each language and each culture on its own terms ... .I recommend this book to any person with an enquiring mind, prepared to be astonished by the variety of languages, living and dead, which enrich our world." (Teacher Magazine, September 2009)
 
"Evans has made an outstanding contribution toward increasing awareness of endangered languages with this book, and it deserves to be one of the go-to books on the topic." (Linguist List, August 2009)
 
"Evans describes the dimensions of the loss, culled from his years of work in northern Australian Aboriginal communities, in the recently released Dying Words: Endangered Languages and What They Have to Tell Us." (The Australian, June 2009)
 
"While some linguists worry that helping communities shore up their languages saps too much time from research, Evans believes that linguists who document languages in the field should take an active role in such activities." (The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 2009)
 
"Nicholas Evans manages to conquer the mammoth task of sharing the plight of the endangered languages of the world in a manner that very few have been able to do. Intertwining anecdote and narrative with concepts of linguistics, Evans touches upon the need for awareness about the plight of the world's languages without unnecessary dramatics." (Endangered Languages, April 2009)

Rezension

"A fascinating and colourful view of what we are losing as languages die, by a linguist who understands the significance of our loss more deeply than most."
-Greville G. Corbett, University of Surrey
 
"Nick Evans' book is an elegant, eloquently rendered narrative of the human story as revealed through our languages. With deep erudition in world literatures both oral and written, he captures the interplay between speaker and tradition, word and thought, language and land; and he shares with his readers the intellectual life of speakers and humanist-scientists seeking to preserve and document this heritage."
-Tony Woodbury, University of Texas at Austin

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3598 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 310 Seiten
  • Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell; Auflage: 1 (17. August 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B005UQCWKK
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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