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PostSubject: historical linguistics   Fri 30 Sep - 10:21

Morphological change

Change in morphological type.
Lexical semantic change.

Lecture notes.








Morphological change


Solutions to Balto-Finnic. Hungarian.
Analogical change.

Lecture notes.










Sound change

Balto-Finnic. Hungarian.
Major sound changes from PIE to its daughter languages.

Lecture notes.








Sound change


Phonemic vs non-phonemic change. Chain shifts.
Symmetry and maximization of phonological space.

Lecture notes.



Sound change as addition/loss/reordering/generalization of phonological rules. Lecture notes.


"Phonological typology and naturalness", from Odden (2005), Introducing Phonology, Cambridge University Press.



"Phonological typology and naturalness", from Odden (2005), Introducing Phonology, Cambridge University Press.







Sound change

Types of sound change.

Lecture notes.







Borrowing

More on borrowing. Start on sound change
Lecture notes.

Bloomfield on borrowing.




Borrowing. Lecture notes.










Phonetics review: IPA, English phonemes, natural classes.
Lecture notes.

What is historical linguistics?



Lecture notes.
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