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dhr. dr. O.J. (Otto) Zwartjes


  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
    Capaciteitsgroep Romaanse talen en culturen
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Otto Zwartjes is an internationally renowned scholar in the fields of cultural and linguistic contact, areas in which he has established world-leading research trajectories.  He is particularly acclaimed for his work on Medieval Iberian Hispano-Arabic poetry and the History of Linguistics, in particular Missionary Linguistics. To date he has published 8 monographs, 13 edited volumes, and 66 peer-reviewed articles, all in top-tier journals and with eminent publishers.  His major intellectual contributions to his specialist realm of expertise include a monograph on Hispano-Arabic poetry: Love Songs from al-Andalus. This volume is “of great interest to the beginning as well as the advanced scholar of the kharja-s. It is an excellent and thorough selection of a variety of examples” (Aljamía 13, 2001), an “outstanding work, extremely useful and instructive to all those concerned with medieval Romance and Semitic literatures … a most welcome and refreshing trait” (Romance Philology 52, 1999). The Brill Bibliography on Strophic poetry and music from al-Andalus, and their influences in the East and West (with Henk Heijkoop), is another innovative work, an “extensive book of reference, in the historical sense as well as the range of topics. The selective discography completes the picture. This work is indispensable for researchers in the field of literature, cultural history, or music” (Bibliotheca Orientalis 56, 2009). 

 

As one of the world’s most renowned scholars on missionary linguistics, in 2011 as Fellow of the Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS, Royal Academy of Sciences) Otto Zwartjes completed his cutting-edge monograph on Portuguese Missionary Grammars (John Benjamins). This book is the result of twenty years of research and is of the utmost importance to all researchers in missionary linguistics in any linguistic context. It is, and it will remain, a fundamental reference in the field.  This study offers a complete and thorough theoretical and historical study of Portuguese missionary linguistics during the pre-modern period (16th – 18th centuries). As an essential work of reference in this scientific area, Zwartjes' volume deserves to be read, studied and analysed by experts, scholars and the wider public specialising in or interested in this subject (Historiographia Linguistica 39, 2012)

 

Dr Zwartjes is Director of the ROLD Research Group (Revitalising Older Linguistic Documentation) which is affiliated to the Amsterdam Centre of Language and Communication (ACLC).  This academic association brings together expert scholars from different countries, and is unique in investigating older texts (colonial, postcolonial, missionary and non-missionary, word lists of travelers and historians) with the following objectives: historical linguistics, the history of linguistics, sociocultural analysis, and translation studies. Under Dr Zwartjes' leadership, ROLD organises a bi-annual meeting of international luminaries in order to further promote its research and findings. He participates in several international projects: Corpus de textes linguistiques fondamentaux (CTLD; Paris/Lyon); Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics  (OREL, Oxford), The Cambridge World History of Lexicography (Cambridge) and O espaço das Línguas (Lisbon).


Dr Zwartjes has also organised and managed nine International Conferences on Missionary Linguistics, an event that for the first time brought together scholars with expertise on missionary linguistic sources all over the world. Five volumes of selected papers arising from these prestigious conferences have been published with John Benjamins.


Dr Zwartjes is currently Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) at the University of Amsterdam and Leiden University (International Studies) (2016) where he designs and delivers both postgraduate and undergraduate teaching in Spanish/Hispanic and Romance Linguistics and Translation Studies.  He is an expert and very experienced tutor and holds a Dutch teaching qualification.


Otto Zwartjes was Chair of Spanish Linguistics and Linguistic Theory at the University of Oslo from 1999 to 2004. Prior to that he was Lecturer in the Spanish Department and Researcher in the Islamic Department at the University of Nijmegen where he finished his PhD project on Medieval Hispano-Arabic Literature (1995).  He majored in Spanish Language and Culture at the University of Amsterdam (1986), with minors in Classical Arabic and Portuguese.

 

Dr. Zwartjes is “Investigador Colaborador” in the Centro de Estudos em Letras, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, and Profesor Invitado of the PhD Programme, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. He is visiting Researcher and Guest Lecturer at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, UNAM, (FES Acatlán), CIESAS (Mexico City) and Guadalajara, Jalisco, Göteborg Universitet, Universidade de São Paolo, Rhode Island College, Universität Basel, Universität Zürich, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Universitetet I Tromsø.  Dr. Zwartjes was invited as Eminent Scholar by the Japan Society for the promotion of Science (JSPS) under the auspices of the "Invitational Training Program for Advanced Japanese Research Institutes". In Japan he was hosted by the Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA) / Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS).


He is also General Editor of the book series Lingüística misionera (Vervuert/ Iberoamericana), Associate Editor of the journal Historiographia Linguistica (John Benjamins), and member of the editorial boards of the journals Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana (Frankfurt am Main & Madrid: Vervuert & Iberoamericana),  Grupo de Estudos Lingüísticos do Estado de São Paulo (GEL) (São Paulo, Brazil), UniverSOS (Valencia, Spain), Revista de Lenguas y Literaturas Indoamericanas (Departamento de Lenguas, Literatura y Comunicación Facultad de Educación, Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades Universidad de La Frontera, Chile) and Todas as Letras: Revista de Língua e Literatura (São Paulo, Brazil).

 

Dr. Zwartjes acts as expert scholarly reviewer for international journals, and has peer reviewed papers for Anuario de Lingüística Hispánica (Valladolid), Boletín de la Sociedad Española de Historiografía Lingüística (BoSEHL), La Corónica, International Journal of American Linguistics, Journal of Arabic Literature, Journal of Jesuit Studies, Journal of Language Contact, Language and Communication (An Interdisciplinary Journal), Language and History (Journal of the Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas), Language and Linguistics, Revista Argentina de Historiografía Lingüística, Revista México y la Cuenca del Pacífico, Sociolinguistic Studies/ Estudios de Sociolingüística, and Anáis de História de Além-Mar.

 

2016

2015

2014

  • O. Zwartjes, K. Zimmermann & M. Schrader-Kniffki (2014). Foreword and acknowledgements. In O. Zwartjes, K. Zimmermann & M. Schrader-Kniffki (Eds.), Missionary linguistics = Lingüística misionera. - V: Translation theories and practices: selected papers from the Seventh International Conference on Missionary Linguistics, Bremen, 28 February-2 March 2012 Vol. 122. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science. Series 3: Studies in the History of Linguistics (pp. vii-xii). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • O. Zwartjes (2014). The Missionaries' contribution to translation studies in the Spanish colonial period. The 'mise en page' of translated texts and its functions in foreign language teaching. In O. Zwartjes, K. Zimmermann & M. Schrader-Kniffki (Eds.), Missionary linguistics = Lingüística misionera. - V: Translation theories and practices: selected papers from the Seventh International Conference on Missionary Linguistics, Bremen, 28 February-2 March 2012 Vol. 122. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science. Series 3: Studies in the History of Linguistics (pp. 1-50). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • O. Zwartjes (2014). More on "Arabic Linguistic Terminology in Pedro de Alcalá". Historiographia Linguistica, 41 (2/3), 247-297. doi: 10.1075/hl.41.2/3.03zwa
  • A. Alexander-Bakkerus & O. Zwartjes (2014). Preface. STUF: Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung = Language typology and universals, 67 (2), 145-148. doi: 10.1515/stuf-2014-0011
  • O. Zwartjes (2014). El 'Vocabulario de letra china' de Francisco Díaz (ca. 1643) y la lexicografía hispano-asiática. Boletín Hispánico Helvético, 23, 57-100.
  • O. Zwartjes (2014). Pedro de Alcalá. In D. Thomas & J. Chesworth (Eds.), Christian-Muslim relations: a bibliographical history. - Vol. 6.: Western Europe (1500-1600) (The history of Christian-Muslim relations, 22) (pp. 73-78). Leiden & Boston: Brill.

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

  • R. Barriga Villanueva & O. Zwartjes (2009). Bibliography of Thomas Cedric Smith-Stark, 1973-2009. Historiographia Linguistica, 36 (2), 213-221. doi: 10.1075/hl.36.2.03bar
  • O. Zwartjes (2009). Tiempo y aspecto verbal en las primeras gramáticas de lenguas bantúes de las misiones católicas (siglos XVII-XVIII). Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana, 7 (1 (13)), 233-261.

2008

2007

  • O. Zwartjes (2007). Agreement asymmetry in Arabic according to Spanish missionary grammarians from Damascus (18th century). In O. Zwartjes, G. James & E. Ridruejo (Eds.), Missionary linguistics = Lingüística misionera III: morphology and syntax: selected papers from the Third and Fourth International Conferences on Missionary Linguistics, Hong Kong/Macau, 12-15 March 2005, Valladolid, 8-11 March 2006 Vol. 111. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science. Series 3: Studies in the History of Linguistics (pp. 273-303). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

2006

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2006). Artículo-reseña. [Review of the book Eighteenth-Century Cholón]. UniverSOS, 3, 229-235.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2006). History of Linguistics in Central and South America. In K. Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (pp. 355-358). Oxford: Elsevier.

2005

  • C. Altman & O.J. Zwartjes (2005). Introduction and acknowledgements. In O.J. Zwartjes & C. Altman (Eds.), Missionary linguistics II/ Lingüística misionera II. Orthography and phonology: Selected papers from the Second International Conference on Missionary Linguistics, Sao Paulo, 10-13 March 2004 (Amsterdam Stuidies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, 109) (pp. 1-2). Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

2004

  • H. Heijkoop & O.J. Zwartjes (2004). Muwassah, Zajal, Kharja. Bibliograpy of strophic poetry and music from al-Andalus and their influence in east and west (The medieval and early modern Iberian world, 21). Leiden/ Boston: Brill Academic Publishers.

2014

2011

2010

2009

2007

2006

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2006). The Muwassah and the Kharja: An introduction. In E. Emery (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Arabic and Hebrew Strophic Poetry and its Romance Parallels (pp. 1-11). London: School of Oriental and African Studies.

2007

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007). [Review of the book Eighteenth-Century Cholón]. Anthropological Linguistics, 49(2), 188-191.

2011

  • O.J. Zwartjes & H. Klöter (2011, May 12). Marsh 696: The earliest Western grammar of Mandarin? University of Amsterdam, Workshop "Americanists in the Netherlands" (AIN) and the IVth Meeting of the ACLC Research group "Revitalising Older Linguistic Documentation" (ROLD).
  • O.J. Zwartjes & A. Escofet Vila (2011). Embajada de España, Fundación Comillas. IV Congreso Internacional de Español para Fines Específicos (18-19 november 2011).
  • O.J. Zwartjes & A. Alexander-Bakkerus (2011). Workshop "Americanists in the Netherlands" (AIN) and the IVth meeting of the ACLC Research group "Revitalising Older Linguistic Documentation" (ROLD).

2010

  • O. Zwartjes, M. Toyoshima & E. Kishimoto (2010). Sixth International Conference on Missionary Linguistics.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2010, March 17). The typology of syntax according to missionary grammars of the Portuguese tradition (16th - 18th century). Tokyo, Sixth International Conference on Missionary Linguistics.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2010, March 16). A comparative perspective on honorificity in selected missionary Jesuit grammars. Tokyo, Sixth International Conference on Missionary Linguistics.

2009

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2009). La gramática misionera desde Ámsterdam. Jornadas Académicas 2009: Acatlán, México, D.F. (2009, April 14).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2009, April 22). La enseñanza del chino, japonés y tagalo en Manila, Filipinas. UNAM, México, Facultad de Estudios Superiores de Acatlán (invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2009, April 20). La primera gramática misionera española de Pedro Alcalá (árabe granadino, 1504). UNAM, México, Facultad de Estudios Superiores de Acatlán (invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2009, April 21). La primera gramática del japonés impresa en México (1738). UNAM, México, Facultad de Estudios Superiores de Acatlán (invited).

2008

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2008, April 14). Gramáticas y diccionarios misioneros de tradición española y portuguesa (siglos XVI-XVIII): Una comparación. São Paulo, Brazil, guest lectures, Universidade de São Paulo, Departamento de Lingüística- FFLCH (invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2008, June 27). The NIAS Book-project on Missionary Linguistics. NIAS, Wassenaar, Third Annual Meeting of the research project Revitalizing Older Linguistic Documentation.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2008, November 21). Taalvariatie in Spaans- en Portugueestalige grammatica’s in Azië, Afrika en Amerika. Universiteit van Amsterdam, Wergroep “Babylonisch Europa” (invited).

2007

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007, October 24). La tradición franciscana: una comparación entre las obras lingüísticas de oriente Medio y las de la Nueva Espaa (época colonial). Mexico, D.F., El Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliograficas. Biblioteca Nacional de México/Hemeroteca Nacional. Universidad Autónoma de México (nvited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007, November 5). Las gramáticas misioneras de tradición portuguesa e hispánica: una comparación. Universiteit van Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Facultad de Estudios Superiores de Acatlán (invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes & M.A. Woidich (2007, October 24). Middle Arabic and Damascus Dialect in 18th century Missionary Grammars from Syria. Amsterdam, Il colloque "Moyen arabeet varétés mixtes de l'arabe: diachronie et synchronie". Association internationale pour l'étude de l'arabe et des variétés mixtes de l'arabe).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007, September 27). Revitalizing older Linguistic Documentation: Two Jesuit grammars of Brazilian indigenous languages (Tupi and Kipeá). Wassenaar, the Netherlands, Netherlands Institute of Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007, March 14). Hacia una tipología de las gramaticas de lenguas orientales publicadas por la 'Sagrada Congregación de Propaganda Fide' (Rome, Siglos XVII-XVIII). Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico, Quinto Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Misionera.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007, June 26). Revitalizing Older Linguistic Documentation: Inferring linguistic structure from pre-modern grammatical descriptions of the indigenous languages of Brazil. Universiteit van Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Second Meeting of the Research-group: Revitalizing Older Linguistic Documentation.

2006

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2006, March 8). La sintaxis en las gramáticas misioneras de tradición hispánica y portuguesa (época colonial). Universidad de Valladolid, Universidad de Valladolid (invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2006, March 8). Inauguración del Congreso. Universidad de Valladolid, Universidad de Valladolid (invited).

2005

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2005, December 15). The description of 'exotic' languages by Portuguese and Spanish Missionaries in the colonial period: methods and metalinguistic innovations. Iniversität Zürich, Switzerland, Invited guest-lecture.
  • O.J. Zwartjes & G. James (2005). The Third International Conference on Missionary Linguistics. The Third International Conference on Missionary Linguistics: Hong Kong + Macau, China (2005, March 12 - 2005, March 15).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2005, December 14). La descripción de lenguas 'exóticas' por los misioneros portugueses e hispánicos en la época colonial: Métodos e innovaciones metalingüísticas. Universität Basel, Switzerland, Invited guest-lecture.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2005, October 3). A poesia arabo-andaluza e a poesia medieval portuguesa: as 'kharjas' romances/ arabo-andaluzas e as origins da lírica portuguesa. Rhode Island College, Providence, USA, Invited guest-lecture.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2005, March 15). Round-up and future plans, closure of the conference. Inter-University Institute of Macau, China, Invited lecture.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2005, March 13). Spanish Franciscan Arabism in Damascus: the use of Arabic grammatical terminology in Spanish missionary grammars of Arabic. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Invited lecture.

2004

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2004, March 10). Opening and closing lectures. São Paulo, Brazil, II International Conference on (Missionary-) Colonial Linguistics (1492-1850).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2004, March 10). Melchor Oyanguren de Santa Inés's theories concerning the typology of Chinese and other non-IndoEuropean languages. São Paulo, Brazil, II International Conference on (Missionary-) Colonial Linguistics (1492-1850).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2004). The Second International Conference on (Missionary-) Colonial Linguistics (1492-1850)/ II Seminário Internacional de Lingüística Colonial-Missionária (1492-1850). The Second International Conference on (Missionary-) Colonial Linguistics (1492-1850)/ II Seminário Internacional de Lingüística Colonial-Missionária (1492-1850): São Paulo, Brazil (2004, March 10 - 2004, March 13).

Spreker

  • O.J. Zwartjes (2011, October 26). Cultural and linguistic translation: missionaries' attitudes towards the indigenous peoples and languages in the colonial period. Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin, Trans/ Misión europeo/ indígena: Estrategias de traducción en América Latina en la época colonial/ European-indigenous Trans/Mission: Translation Strategies in Colonial Latin America.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2011, March 22). El Arte de la lengua Japona de Melchor Oyanguren (1738). Biblioteca Pública del Estado de Jalisco Juan José Arreola, Guadalajara, México., Jornadas Académicas 2011.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2011, March 22). La gramática Japona de Melchor Oyanguren (1738) su importancia y antecedentes japoneses en Guadalajara. El Departamento de Estudios del Pacífico de la División de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad del centro Universitario de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Universidad de Guadalajara, México., Mesa Redonda. Biblioteca Pública del Estado de Jalisco Juan José Arreola.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2011, March 30). Los jesuitas en el contexto de la lingüística misionera. Facultad de Estudios Superiores (FES) Acatlán/ Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), México, D.F., Jornadas Académicas 2011. FES Acatlán/ UNAM, México.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2011, March 29). El Arte de la lengua japona. Tesoro de la Biblioteca Nacional. Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas/ Biblioteca Nacional de México., Jornadas Académicas.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2011, March 28). Las jarchas. Facultad de Estudios Superiores (FES) Acatlán, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Acatlán., Jornadas Académicas 2011.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2011, March 24). Perspectivas de la lingüística misionera del siglo XXI. El Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social (CIESAS), Tlalpan, México D.F., Jornadas Académicas, CIESAS, Acervo Digital de Lenguas Indígenas.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2008, September 19). De studie van het Arabisch in de zeventiende eeuw. Een vergelijking tussen de grammaticale en lexicografische werken van het Arabisch van Thomas van Erpen (Erpenius 1585-1624) en Jacob Golius (1596-1667) en de Zuid-Europese studies van het Arabisch van de Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda Fide (Rome). Erfgoedbibliotheek Hendrik Conscience, Antwerpen, Symposium: De Tuin der Talen. Taalkennis en taalkunde tijdens de renaissance in de Lage Landen. (invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2008, October 17). Encuentros y desencuentros entre Flandes y el mundo ibérico: intercambio de ideas lingüísticas en el Congo. Gent, III Congreso Asociación de Hispanistas del Benelux. (Invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2008, August 29). Melchor Oyanguren de Santa Inés’s theories concerning the typology of Tagalog. Potsdam, XIth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences: Session: Micronesian and Philippine linguistics before the advent of structuralism.
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007, October 19). La lingüística misionera: una comparación entre la tradición hispánica y la portuguesa. Vigo, Spain, III Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Hispánica: Novos Investigadores en lenguas e Lingüística (invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2007, June 21). Discourse Traditions and Language Descriptions in the Colonial Period: Eurocentrism and/or Interculturality? Universität Bielefeld. Center for Interdisciplinary Research/Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung (ZiF), Bielefeld InterAmerican Studies V. International Conference: Colonialism and the Culture of Writing Language and Cultural Contact in Colonial Discourse Traditions. (Invited).
  • O.J. Zwartjes (2004, October 8). The muwassahat, state of the art. University of London, The Muwashshah. History, origins and present practices.

Tijdschriftredactie

  • O.J. Zwartjes (Ed.). (2007) Lingüística Misionera, 1.

Boekredactie

  • O. Zwartjes (Ed.). (2009). Melchor Oyanguren de Santa Inés. Arte de la lengua japonesa (1738): dividido en quatro libros según el arte de Nebrixa, con algunas voces proprias de la escritura, y otras de los lenguajes ximo y cami, y con algunas perífrases, y figuras (Lingüística misionera, 2). Frankfurt/Madrid: Vervuert & Iberoamericana.
  • O.J. Zwartjes & K. Koerner (Eds.). (2009). Quot homines tot artes: new studies in missionary linguistics (Historiographia linguistica, 36). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • K. Zimmermann & O. Zwartjes (Eds.). (2009). Historiografía de las ciencias del lenguaje (ámbito hispánico y portugués). (Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana, vol. 7, no. 1 (13)). Franfurt/Madrid: Vervuert/Iberoamericana.
  • O. Zwartjes, R. Arzápalo Marín & T.C. Smith-Stark (Eds.). (2009). Missionary linguistics = Lingüística misionera. - IV: Lexicography: selected papers from the Fifth International Conference on Missionary Linguistics, Mérida, Yucatán, 14-17 March 2007 (Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Series 3: Studies in the history of the language sciences, 114). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.
  • O.J. Zwartjes, G. James & R. Ridruejo (Eds.). (2007). Missionary Linguistics III/Lingüística misionera. Morphology and Syntax. Selected papers from the Third and Fourth International Conferences on Missionary Linguistics, Hong Kong/Macau, 12-15 March 2005, Valladolid, 8-11 March 2006 (Studies in the History of the Language, 111). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • O.J. Zwartjes & C. Altman (Eds.). (2005). Missionary Linguistics II / Lingüística misionera II. Orthography and Phonolgy: Selected Papers from the Second International Conference on Missionary Linguistics, Sao Paulo, 10-13 March 2004 (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and history of Linguistic Science, 109). Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • O.J. Zwartjes & E. Hovdhaugen (Eds.). (2004). Missionary linguistics/ lingüística misionera. Selected papers from the First International Conference on Missionary Linguistics, March 13-16, Oslo (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, 106). Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
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