The twelve articles in this volume promote the growing contacts between medieval linguistics and medieval cultural studies generally. Articles address medieval English linguistics, and the interrelation in Anglo-Saxon England between Latin and vernacular language and culture.
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Alaric Hall, Ph.D. (2004) in English Language, University of Glasgow, is a lecturer in medieval English literature at the University of Leeds. He has written extensively on medieval Insular and Scandinavian language and culture. Olga Timofeeva, candidate of sciences in philology (2005), St Petersburg State University, Russia, has just submitted her Ph.D. dissertation on Latin influence on Old English syntax to the University of Helsinki, Finland. She is a researcher at the Research Unit for Variation, Contacts and Change in English and a part-time instructor at the Department of English, University of Helsinki. Her scholarly interests include medieval translation and language contact. Agnes Kiricsi, Ph.D. (2006) in Medieval English Literature, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, is a lecturer at Karoli Gaspar University in Budapest. Her main field of expertise is the concept of the mind in Anglo-Saxon and later medieval England. Bethany Fox, B.A. Cantab. (Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, 2003), B.Sc. Open University (Geosciences, 2008), is a Ph.D. student in Geology at the University of Otago and author of 'The P-Celtic Place-Names of North-East England and South-East Scotland' (The Heroic Age, 10).
Introduction Anglo-Latin Bilbingualism before 1066: Prospects and Limitations Interlinguistic Communication in Bede's Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum Quae non habet intellectum: The Disappearance of Fifth-Foot Spondees from Dactylic Hexameter Verse The Representations of Emotions Connected to Dreams and Visions in Pre-Carolingian Continental and Anglo-Latin narratives The Kirkdale Dedication Inscription and its Latin Models: romanitas in late Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire Linguistic Geography, Demography, an dMonastic Community: Scribal Language at Bury St Edmunds Sense and Sensibility: Old English Semantics and the Lexicographer's Point of View Spatial Understanding of Time in Early Germanic Cultures: the Evidence of Old English Time Words and Norse Mythology The Devleopment of the Basic Colour Terms of English The Lexicon of Mind and Memory: Mood and Mind in Old and Middel English Another Subordinator, An't Please You: A Diachronic Study of Conditional Translating Chaucer's Power Play into Modern English and Finnish Index
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