Current Trends in Linguistics

7.5 credits

Reading list, Master's level, 5LN141

Main group 1

*The PDF of all references will be provided on the course's webpage.

  • Baum, David A.; Smith, Stacey D., Tree thinking: an introduction to phylogenetic biology, Greenwood Village, Colo., Roberts, c2013Compulsory
  • Campbell, Lyle, Historical linguistics: an introduction, 3., rev. edition, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, [2013]Compulsory
  • Elgh,, E, Handout for The Tree Model in Linguistics and Beyond, *, 2021Compulsory
  • Ringe, D., Eska, J. F., Historical Linguistics: Toward a Twenty-First Century Reintegration, Cambridge University Press, 2013Compulsory
  • Atkinson, Gray, Q. D, R. D, Curious Parallels and Curious Connections - Phylogenetic Thinking in Biology and Historical Linguistics, *, 2005Compulsory
  • François, A., Trees, waves and linkages: Models of language diversification. In: The Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics. Bowern, C., Evans, B. (eds.). Taylor & Francis Group, *, 2014Compulsory
  • Geisler, H., List, J-M, Do Languages Grow on Trees? The Tree Metaphor in the History of Linguistics. In: Classification and Evolution in Biology, Linguistics and the History of Science. Fangerau, H., Geisler, H., Halling, T., Martin, W. (eds.) Franz Steiner Verlag., *, 2013Compulsory
  • Omland, K. E., Cook, L. G., Crisp, M. D., Tree Thinking for all biology: the problem with reading phylogenies as ladders of progress. Bioessays 30:854-867., *, 2008Compulsory

* Compulsory

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