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    • Nicoladis, Elena; Montanari, Simona (2016)
      Bilingualism; Applied Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Cognitive Linguistics
    • Nicolas Martinez, Carlota; Moneglia, Massimo (2005)
      The book presents the proceedings of the international conference CLiP 2003, Computer Literacy and Philology, held in Florence on 4 and 5 December 2003 within the framework of the celebrations for the 80th anniversary of ...
    • Kohl, Katrin; Dudrah, Rajinder; Gosler, Andrew; Graham, Suzanne; Maiden, Martin; Ouyang, Wen-chin; Reynolds, Matthew (2020)
      "Multilingualism is integral to the human condition. Hinging on the concept of Creative Multilingualism – the idea that language diversity and creativity are mutually enriching – this timely and thought-provoking volume ...
    • Montefusco, Antonio; Milani, Giuliano (2020)
      Notwithstanding an impressive amount of secondary literature, an exhaustive study has been never devoted to the twelve letters written by Dante Alighieri after his banishment from Florence (1302–1315). This book answers ...
    • Ambrosch-Baroua, Tina (2016)
      During the sixteenth and seventeenth century large parts of Italy were under Spanish dominion, the consequence of which was a linguistic contact that lasted over 200 years. However, due to the traditionally tight link ...
    • Dengscherz, Sabine E. (2019)
      Wie schreiben professionelle Schreiber*innen? Wie passen sie ihre Strategien, Routinen und sprachlichen Ressourcen situativ an? In 17 Fallstudien wird Mustern und Zusammenhängen in Schreibprozessverläufen mehrsprachiger ...
    • Mertins, Barbara (2018)
      Is our thinking and thus the worldview the same or language-specific for all people? This book is an unequivocal answer to this age-old question, which was already pursued by Wilhelm von Humboldt: Our worldview is characterized ...
    • Braarvig, Jens; Geller, Markham J. (2018)
      The present book comprises a number of studies centered around the topic of how knowledge diffuses from one culture to another, and how knowledge diffusion is connected with the spread of languages and the conceptual systems ...