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The Rout­ledge hand­book of Span­ish phonol­o­gy
BuchcoverThe Rout­ledge Hand­book of Span­ish Phonol­o­gy brings togeth­er lead­ing experts in Span­ish phonol­o­gy to pro­vide a state-of-the-art sur­vey of the field.
The five sec­tions present cur­rent research on the phono­log­i­cal struc­ture of Span­ish includ­ing the most promi­nent seg­men­tal process­es, supraseg­men­tal fea­tures, the ways Span­ish phonol­o­gy inter­acts with oth­er mod­ules of gram­mar, the acqui­si­tion of Span­ish phonol­o­gy by first and sec­ond lan­guage learn­ers, and an analy­sis of phono­log­i­cal vari­a­tion and sound change.
This vol­ume pro­vides com­pre­hen­sive and detailed cov­er­age of Span­ish phonol­o­gy. It address­es major burn­ing ques­tions and press­ing issues that have arisen in the study of Span­ish phonol­o­gy, and is an essen­tial read­ing resource for grad­u­ate stu­dents and researchers in the field.
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The Renais­sance of let­ters: knowl­edge and com­mu­ni­ty in Italy, 1300–1650
BuchcoverThe Renais­sance of Let­ters traces the mul­ti­pli­ca­tion of let­ter-writ­ing prac­tices between the four­teenth and sev­en­teenth cen­turies in the Ital­ian penin­su­la and beyond to explore the impor­tance of let­ters as a cru­cial doc­u­ment for under­stand­ing the Ital­ian Renais­sance.
This edit­ed col­lec­tion con­tains case stud­ies, rang­ing from the late medieval re-emer­gence of let­ter-writ­ing to the mid-sev­en­teenth cen­tu­ry, that offer a com­pre­hen­sive analy­sis of the dif­fer­ent dimen­sions of late medieval and Renais­sance letters—literary, com­mer­cial, polit­i­cal, reli­gious, cul­tur­al, social, and military—which trans­formed them into pow­er­ful ear­ly mod­ern tools. The Renais­sance was an era that put let­ters into the hands of many kinds of peo­ple, inspir­ing them to see read­ing, writ­ing, receiv­ing, and send­ing let­ters as an essen­tial fea­ture of their iden­ti­ty. The authors take a fresh look at the cor­re­spon­dence of some of the most impor­tant human­ists of the Ital­ian Renais­sance, includ­ing Nic­colò Machi­avel­li and Isabel­la d’Este, and con­sid­er the use of let­ters for oth­ers such as mer­chants and physi­cians.
This book is essen­tial read­ing for schol­ars and stu­dents of Ear­ly Mod­ern His­to­ry and Lit­er­a­ture, Renais­sance Stud­ies, and Ital­ian Stud­ies. The engage­ment with essen­tial pri­ma­ry sources ren­ders this book an indis­pens­able tool for those teach­ing sem­i­nars on Renais­sance his­to­ry and lit­er­a­ture.
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