Arché Dilbilim Yazokulu Ders Arşivi

31 Temmuz-6 Ağustos 2017, Nesin Matematik Köyü

Dilbilim hepimizin konuştuğu dillerin gelişimi, işleyişini temel alan bilim dalıdır. Disiplin içerisinde Tarihsel Dilbilim, Fonoloji, Morfoloji gibi dallara ayrılır. Dilbilimciler, konuştuğumuz diller nereden geldi, nereye giderler, bu sözcük kimindir, bir sözcük birinin olabilir mi, kelimeler tesadüfi mi oluşmuştur, hepimizin aklında bir insan dili şablonu var mı gibi, ama bunlarla sınırlı kalmamak üzere, sorularla uğraşırlar. Yazokulumuzda dilbilim disiplinine ve akılalmaz keşiflerine yakından bakarak konuya dair yeni yaklaşımlar edinmeye çalıştık.

Ders Videoları

Marcel Erdal – Türk Dilleri (Türkçe)

Selçuk İşsever – Sözdizim (Türkçe)

Nadir Engin Uzun – Dil Tipolojisi (Türkçe)

Süleyman Taşçı & Serpil Karabüklü – İşaret Dili Dilbilimi (Türkçe)

Zsolt Simon – Introduction to Indo-European Languages (English)

Aysun Kunduracı – Biçimbilim/Morfoloji (Türkçe)

Okuma Listesi 

Hızla ve keyifle okunabilen dilbilim kitapları:

  • John McWhorter- The Power of Babel: A Natural History of Language
  • Steven Pinker- The Language Instinct: How the Mind Creates Language
  • Nicholas Ostler- Empires of the Word: A Language History of the World

 

Hintavrupa Dilbilimi:

  • David Anthony-The Horse, the Wheel and Language: How Bronze-age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World

 

Türk Dilleri Dilbilimi

  • Talat Tekin, Mehmet Ölmez – Türk Dilleri:Giriş
  • Lars Johanson, Eva Csato –  The Turkic languages
  • Tehlikedeki Türk Dilleri, Endangered Turkic Languages
  • Ahmet B. Ercilasun -Türk Lehçeleri Grameri
  • Nadir Engin Uzun – Dilbilgisinin Temel Kavramları

 

İşaret Dili Üzerine

  • Makaroglu_B., ve Arik E. (2015) Türk İşaret Dili Dilbilgisi
  • Sandler, W., Lillio-Martin, D. (2006) Sign Language and Linguistic Universals

Websiteleri:

 

1. Comparative Indo-European Linguistics
1.1. Introductory textbooks & grammars
Fortson, Benjamin W. (2012): Indo-European Language and Culture. An Introduction. Malden – Oxford – Chichester, Blackwell [the most useful introduction to Indo-European Linguistics for beginners]

Beekes, Robert S. P. (2012): Comparative Indo-European Linguistics. An Introduction. Revised and corrected by Michiel de Vaan. Amsterdam – Philadelphia, John Benjamins [a useful introduction, but follows the so-called Leiden School]

Tichy, Eva (20042): Indogermanistisches Grundwissen für Studierende sprachwissenschaftlicher Disziplinen. Bremen, Hempen [a very short introduction]

Meier-Brügger, Michael (2019): Indogermanische Sprachwissenschaft. Berlin – New York, Walter de Gruyter [a useful introduction for advanced students – avoid its English translation based on the 8th edition, which is neither up-to-date nor a professional translation]
Kapović, Mate (ed.) (2017): The Indo-European Languages. Second Edition. London – New
York, Routledge [a survey of the Indo-European languages with rudimentary comparative grammar] Many other introductions exist, but they are outdated / idiosyncratic / intended to advanced students (for their details see the upcoming bibliography).
1.2. Etymological dictionaries
There is no comprehensive Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary, only parts of the vocabulary have an up-to-date treatment:

LIV2 = Rix, Helmut (ed.) (2001): Lexikon der indogermanischen Verben. Die Wurzeln und ihre Primärstammbildungen. 2., erweiterte und verbesserte Auflage bearbeitet von Martin J. Kümmel und Helmut Rix. Wiesbaden, Reichert [the standard etymological dictionary of the Indo-European verb, continuously updated at http://www.martinkuemmel.de/liv2add.html ]

NIL = Wodtko, Dagmar S. – Britta Irslinger – Schneider, Carolin (2008): Nomina im
Indogermanischen Lexikon. Heidelberg, Winter [written according to the highest standards, but it presents only a selection of the nominal roots]

LIPP = Dunkel, George E. (2014): Lexikon der indogermanischen Partikel- und
Pronominalstämme I-II. Heidelberg, Winter [meant to be a standard, but in fact untrustworthy & idiosyncratic]

1.3. The Proto-Indo-European World and Prehistory
Mallory, James P. – Adams, Douglas Q. (2006): The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-
European and the Proto-Indo-European World. Oxford, Oxford University Press [the most widespread handbook based on their previous work [(1997): Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture. London – Chicago, Fitzroy Dearborn]; its phonology is, however, not standard and the book contains myriad philological problems]

Anthony, David W. – Ringe, Don (2015): The Indo-European Homeland from Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives. Annual Review of Linguistics 2015: 199-219 [the most recent version of the most widely accepted hypothesis of the Indo-European homeland [superseding Anthony, David W. (2007): The Horse, the Wheel, and Language. How Bronze-Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World. Princeton – Oxford, Princeton University Press] – but archaeologically and linguistically highly problematic]

Pereltsvaig, Asya – Lewis, Martin W. (2015): The Indo-European Controvery. Facts and Fallacies in Historical Linguistics. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press [a vademecum against the computational approaches appearing even in newspaper headlines]
Avoid Gamkrelidze, Thomas V. – Ivanov, Vyacheslav V. (1995): Indo-European and the Indo-Europeans. A Reconstruction and Historical Analysis of a Proto-Language and a Proto-Culture I-II. Berlin – New York, Mouton de Gruyter, since it has nothing to do with standard Indo-European linguistics.