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Paul Videsott is responsible for sections 1–2, 4, and Jan Casalicchio for section 3.

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In 2020, three major publications on Rhaeto-Romance, and in particular Dolomitic Ladin, were published: Manuale di linguistica ladina, ed. by Paul Videsott, Ruth Videsott, and Jan Casalicchio, Manuals of Romance Linguistics, 26 (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2020), x + 588 pp.; Fassa, Ladinia ed oltre. Studi in onore di Fabio Chiocchetti, ed. by Gabriele Iannàccaro, Paul Videsott, Vittorio dell’Aquila, and Cesare Poppi, Mondo ladino, 44 (Vich–Vigo di Fassa: Istitut Cultural Ladin ‘Majon di Fascegn’ 2020), 400 pp.; and the first volume

In: The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies

The authors are responsible for sections 3 and 4, and 1 and 2 respectively.

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Thomas Krefeld and Stephan Lücke, ‘54 Monate VerbaAlpina—auf dem Weg zur FAIRness’, Ladinia, 43:139–155, discuss some aspects of Verbalpina, a project of the University of Munich (LMU) for online crowdsourcing and data dissemination. It focuses on data from all languages spoken in the Alpine region, which belong to the Romance, Germanic, and Slavic families. The article focuses mainly on the data management part of the project, which is based on the acronym FAIR: the data of

In: The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies

The authors are responsible for sections 1 and 3, and 2 and 4 respectively.

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In our opinion, the most important work in the field of Rhaeto-Romance studies this year is Chiocchetti, Scritores. What is modestly subtitled ‘Materials for the history of Ladin literature of the Fassa valley’ is actually a collection of 30 articles, two unpublished, others published over the last 40 years, but revised and updated in many details. The articles will be discussed in their respective sections below. As a whole the book shows impressively that a history of the literature of a living

In: The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies
In: Advances in Italian Dialectology
Central Trentino is a Romance dialect spoken in the North-East of Italy, which shows features belonging to both Gallo-Italic and Venetan dialects. Grammar of Central Trentino aims to present the first comprehensive grammatical description of this dialect, taking into consideration its morpho-syntactic properties and pragmatic phenomena.
The book's general approach is synchronic and focused on the language currently in use. The authors discuss a wide range of examples gathered from both oral and written sources.
The theoretical reference model is that of generative grammar, but the description of the phenomena is also accessible to a non-specialized audience.
In: Grammar of Central Trentino
In: Grammar of Central Trentino
In: Grammar of Central Trentino
In: Grammar of Central Trentino
In: Grammar of Central Trentino