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Issue of Journal of Latin Linguistics
Volume 18, issue 1-2 of the journal Journal of Latin Linguistics was published in 2019.
Requires AuthenticationUnlicensedLicensedFebruary 11, 2020. The comic poet Lucilius proposed several orthographic prescriptions in the ninth book of his Satirae , written in the period 115–110 BC.. Retrieving citations for document.... Open AccessFebruary 11, 2020. Empirical research on the learning and instruction of Latin is still scarce.. In this article, relevant research is surveyed, along with publications that report experiences of classics teachers or provide teaching suggestions.. The article is organized by reference to various research fields relevant to the learning and instruction of Latin.. Reading Latin.. Between 2000 and 2013, over 8,000 students studied the module Reading Classical Latin at the Open University, the United Kingdom’s largest distance education provider.
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The Journal of Historical Pragmatics provides an interdisciplinary forum for theoretical, empirical and methodological work at the intersection of pragmatics and historical linguistics. The editorial focus is on socio-historical and pragmatic aspects of historical texts in their sociocultural context of communication (e.g. conversational principles, politeness strategies, or speech acts) and on diachronic pragmatics as seen in linguistic processes such as grammaticalization or discoursization.Contributions draw on data from literary or non-literary sources and from any language. In addition to contributions with a strictly pragmatic or discourse analytical perspective, it also includes contributions with a more sociolinguistic or semantic approach. However, the focus of the articles is always on the communicative use of language. The Journal of Historical Pragmatics contains original articles, research reports and book reviews. Occasionally focus-on issues are published on specific topics within the editorial scope of the journal. The Journal of Historical Pragmatics invites relevant contributions. Authors are advised to consult the Guidelines. Abstracts of contributions may be sent to both editors, preferably via email. The Journal of Historical Pragmatics publishes its articles Online First.
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