V. Introduction to the Gothic Language

 

Objectives:
The primary goal of this course is to provide an outline of Gothic linguistic typology and genealogy, and to specify the place of Gothic among other Germanic languages.

 

Requirements and assessment:
Credits based on attendance (80%), active participation, and presentation of a topic according to the literature.

 

Recommended literature:
Bennett, W. H.: An Introduction to the Gothic Language. New York, 1981.
Černý, M.: Úvod do studia gótštiny. Ostrava, 2007.

Ferraresi, G.: Word Order and Phrase Structure in Gothic. Leuven, 2005.
Krause, W.: Handbuch des Gotischen. München, 1968.
Lambdin, T. O.: An Introduction to the Gothic Language. Eugene, 2006.
Lehman, W. P.: A Gothic Etymological Dictionary. Leiden, 1986.
Rauch, I.: The Gothic Language. New York, 2003.
Scardigli, P.: Die Goten. Sprache und Kultur. München, 1973.
Stearns, M.: Crimean Gothic. Saratoga, 1978.
Wright, J.: Grammar of the Gothic Language. Richmond, 2008.
 

 

 

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