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Indo-European verb

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2020-2021

Admission requirements

Familiarity with Indo-European phonology is required, e.g. by completing the course Indo-European Phonology. Familiarity with Indo-European nominal morphology as treated in the course Indo-European Morphology (Noun) is recommended. In case of doubt, please contact the lecturer.

Description

This course is a continuation of and builds on Indo-European Phonology and Morphology (Noun). We will treat the different categories of the Indo-European verb and the corresponding stems and endings. Topics include the thematic present, modal categories, and the perfect, middle and stative.

Course objectives

  • Knowledge of the morphological system of the Proto-Indo-European verb, including the categories and paradigms.

  • Knowledge of the developments of this system in the main daughter languages.

  • Insight into the methodology of the reconstruction of Proto-Indo-European verbal morphology and its pitfalls.

  • Application of the principles of reconstruction.

Timetable

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Mode of instruction

Seminar

Assessment method

Assessment

A mid-term and a final written examination with short open questions.

Weighing

The mid-term exams counts for 20% and the final exam counts for 80% of the final mark.

Resit

There is one resit option for 100% of the final mark.

Inspection and feedback

If a student requests a review within 30 days after publication of the exam results, an exam review will be organized.

Reading list

  • Robert Beekes. 2011. Comparative Indo-European linguistics. An introduction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins

  • Clackson, James. 2007. Indo-European Linguistics: An Introduction. Cambridge University Press.

  • Lundquist, J. and Yates, A. 2017. “Indo-European Morphology”. In: J. Klein, B. Joseph, M. Fritz (eds.), Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics, Volume 3, pp. 2079-2195.

All literature is digitally available through the university library. In physical classes the relevant literature is to be brought in printed form (as a book or as print-outs).

Registration

Enrolment through uSis is mandatory.
General information about uSis is available on this website

Registration Studeren à la carte and Contractonderwijs

not applicable

Contact

For questions related to the content of the course, please contact the lecturer, you can find their contact information by clicking on their name in the sidebar.

For questions regarding enrollment please contact the Education Administration Office Reuvensplaats
E-mail address Education Administration Office Reuvensplaats: osz-oa-reuvensplaats@hum.leidenuniv.nl

For questions regarding your studyprogress contact the Coordinator of Studies

Remarks

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