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5 Hermann Osthoff and Karl Brugmann, "Preface to morphological investigations in the sphere of the Indo-European languages I", A Reader in Nineteenth Century Historical Indo-European Linguistics 14 (1967).
I wondered about this turn of events, because, like most European Sanskritists of his time--and of several later generations--Julius Jolly learned Sanskrit not for the sake of its literature, but as a language that played a major role in the study of Indo-European linguistics.
Byrd is an expert in ancient Indo-European linguistics, and for his recording, he edited and recited his own version of a reconstructed PIE fable that is known as 'The Sheep and the Horses,' as well as a version of a Sanskrit story called 'The King and the God,' the Huffington Post reported.
These had been ignored throughout the 19th and most of the 20th century due to the predominance of a Eurocentric mainstream Indo-European linguistics.
Comparative Indo-European Linguistics (An Introduction).
The fourth volume in the series, the text provides an up-to-date etymological account of the Slavic inherited lexical stock, which combines recent insights from the field of comparative Indo-European linguistics with modern Balto-Slavic accentology.
In traditional Indo-European linguistics, for instance, we can rarely (if ever) capture the social values connected with linguistic variables and responsible for the final outcome of a process of change.
Aronson, 1973), now out of print, is a journey into the enchanted silva of multi-lingual etymologies, conducted with the confidence and originality of a Vico, who assimilated Indo-European linguistics as well as twentieth-century philosophy and psychoanalysis.
Szemerenyi, Introduction to Indo-European Linguistics (Oxford, 1996), 186; with regard to the falling together of IE (dual) *-o and (plural) *-a in Gmc.
1993 Theoretical bases of Indo-European linguistics.
Though he wrote no other book, he was enormously influential as a teacher, serving as instructor at the School of Advanced Studies in Paris from 1881 to 1891 and as professor of Indo-European linguistics and Sanskrit (1901-13) and of general linguistics (1907-13) at the University of Geneva.
At Yale Sapir returned to Indo-European linguistics (an undergraduate field), and showed a greater interest in Judaism.

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