The Oxford Guide to the Transeurasian Languages

The Oxford Guide to the Transeurasian Languages

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Table of Contents:
Detailed Contents
Series Preface
List of Figures and Tables
List of Abbreviations
Romanization Conventions
The Contributors
Part I: Sources and Classification
A: Historical Sources and Periodization
Historical sources and periodization of the Japonic and Koreanic languages
The Altaic languages: Tungusic, Mongolic, Turkic
B: Genealogical Classification
The classification of the Transeurasian languages
The classification of the Japonic languages
The classification of the Korean language and its dialects
The classification of the Tungusic languages
The classification of the Mongolic languages
The classification of the Turkic languages
A Bayesian approach to the classification of the Turkic languages
C: Typology
The typological heritage of the Transeurasian languages
Typological profile of the Transeurasian languages from a quantitative perspective
Part II: Individual Structural Overviews
Japanese and the mainland dialects
Amami and Okinawa, the Northern Ryukyuan languages
Miyako, Ishigaki, and Yonaguni, the Southern Ryukyuan languages
Korean and the Korean dialects
Jejudo Korean
Xibe and the Manchuric languages
Even and the Northern Tungusic languages
Nanai and the Southern Tungusic languages
Khalkha Mongolian
Oirat and Kalmyk, the Western Mongolic languages
The northwestern Turkic (Kipchak) languages
Turkish and the southwestern Turkic (Oghuz) languages
Uyghur and Uzbek, the southeastern Turkic languages
Sakha and Dolgan, the North Siberian Turkic languages
Chuvash and the Bulgharic languages
Part III: Comparative Overviews
A: Phonology
A comparative approach to the consonant inventory of the Transeurasian languages
A comparative approach to the vowel systems and harmonies in the Transeurasian languages and beyond
B: Morphology
A comparative approach to verbal morphology in Transeurasian
A comparative approach to nominal morphology in Transeurasian: Case and plurality
A comparative approach to the pronominal system in Transeurasian
C: Syntax
The nominal group, possessive agreement, and nominal sentences in the Transeurasian languages
Verbal categories in the Transeurasian languages
Complex constructions in the Transeurasian languages
D: Lexicon and Semantics
Basic vocabulary in the Transeurasian languages
Numerals in the Transeurasian languages
Kinship term paradigms in the Transeurasian languages
Part IV: Areal Versus Inherited Connections
Contact between genealogically related languages: the case of Old Korean and Old Japanese
Form and pattern borrowing across Siberian Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic languages
Transeurasian as a continuum of diffusion
Beck-Wichmann-Brown evaluation of lexical comparisons for the Transeurasian proposal
Part V: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Identity of Transeurasian
The homelands of the individual Transeurasian proto-languages
The Transeurasian homeland: Where, what and when?
Transeurasian unity from a population genetic perspective
Transeurasian unity from an archaeological perspective
Language dispersals and the 'Secondary Peoples' Revolution': A historical anthropology of the Transeurasian unity