- the semantic development of the vocabulary of the Arabic language,
- philological discourses on the semantic changes in the language in the classical Arabic philological tradition (8th-10th centuries A.D.), and
- the impact of Arabic philology in the wider historical and cultural context of the Judaeo-Arab neo-classical heritage (12th-13th centuries A.D.) and Christian-Arab intellectual history on the eve of modernity (19th century A.D.).
Wednesday, 17 October 2012
Presigious funding for project on Arab cultural semantics
Dr Kirill Dmitriev of the School of Modern Languages has secured a prestigious ERC Starting Grant (2013-2017) to support his project entitled, 'Language-Philosophy-Culture: Arab Cultural Semantics in Tansition'. The project aims to study