Modern Approaches to Latin and Greek Linguistics

Modern Approaches to Latin and Greek Linguistics

Lectures: 30

Seminars: 0

Tutorials: 0

ECTS credit: 3

Lecturer(s): red. prof. dr. Kavčič Jerneja

Content

Students learn about modern linguistic theories and their significance for Latin and Greek linguistics, including the functional grammar, generative grammar, naturalness/markedness theory, corpus linguistics. Each cycle is dedicated to a selected issue concerning Latin / Greek linguistics (with a focus on the synchronic perspective). The issues examined include:
- the syntax and semantics of Latin / Greek; their use in the didactics of Latin / Greek
- sociolinguistics and the Latin / Greek language; bilingualism and multilingualism in the Roman and Byzantine Empire
- Generative Grammar and the grammar of Latin and Greek: selected issues
- Naturalness/Markedness Theory and Latin / Greek: selected issues
- Corpus Linguistics and Latin / Greek: selected issues