Revue: Marges Linguistiques, issue n°11 - May/June 2006

Thierry Hamon thierry.hamon at LIPN.UNIV-PARIS13.FR
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The online international linguistics Journal Marges Linguistiques
Issue n°11 - May 2006 :

Dear colleagues,

The issue n° 11 of the free online journal dedicated to linguistics :
Marges Linguistiques is now avalaible at the following adress :

All contributions can be freely downloaded please go to « Contents of
the latest issue »
_____________________________________________________ 1- Thematic
issue N° 11 of Marges Linguistiques

The Origin of the Language Faculty and of Languages

Directed by Beatrice Fracchiolla, University of Toulon, France

2- Contents of Marges Linguistiques N°11

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01- The embarassement caused by the origin of language  issue
By Sylvain Auroux
History of Linguistic Theories, UMR 7597 : Cnrs, Paris 7,
ENS-LSH, France

02- The origin of language and the origin of languages: a reflexion on
the permanence and the renewal of a questioning of the 18th century
By Robert Nicolaï, University of Nice, France

03- The question of the origin of language in Saussure
By Marcio Alexandre Cruz, University of Paris 3 : Sorbonne Nouvelle,
UPRES SYLED, EA 2290, Paris, France

04- From Protolangage to Language: model of a transition
By Jean-Louis Dessalles, National High School of Telecommunications,
Paris, France

05- The Mosaic of Language
By Stephane Robert, CNRS-LLACAN & INALCO & Georges Chapouthier,
University of Paris 6, France

06- Language Evolution: What Evolved ?
By John H. Schumann & al., University of California, Los Angeles, USA

07- From Calls to Words : How ethology can bridge the divide
By Eric A. Salzen, Psychology Department, Aberdeen University, Scotland

08- Evolution of Language as a Gestural System
By Michael C. Corballis, Department of Psychology,
University of Auckland, New Zealand

09- From Chemical Communication to Spoken Language
By Beatrice Fracchiolla, University of de Toulon, France

10- Language Evolution: the Population Genetics Way
By Salikoko S. Mufwene, University of Chicago, Department of
Linguistics, USA

11- Genes and Languages
By Luigi Luca Cavalli Sforza, Stanford University, USA

12- Multi-field convergence in the research of the origin of the
languages :  the American example of the « New Synthesis
». Historical, theoretical aspects and critical study
By Laurent Metoz, Research Group HTL, UMR CNRS 7597, ENS LSH, Lyon,

13- From the Origin of Language to the Emergence of the Semiotic
By François Rastier, CNRS, Paris, France
[See also Texto Web site :]

14- The Question of the Origin of Languages : Vain Quest of the Grail ?
By Anne Szulmajster-Celnikier, College of France, Chair of Linguistic
Theory, Paris, France

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Reviews /Book notices :

15- Verbs wise and wild
By Arrive (M.). 2005. Limoges : Editions Lambert-Lucas
Book Notice by Jean-Paul Colin
University of Franche-Comté, France

17- Syntactic analysis and syntactic theory
By Christian Touratier (2005). Aix en Provence : Press of the
University of Provence
Book Notice by Dominique Klingler, University of Paris 3,
Sorbonne Nouvelle, France

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