Course materials

In this page you can download the course materials, syllabi and handouts prepared by our instructors

Course 1 Indo-European Phonology (Martin J. Kümmel, Jena)
Syllabus
Handout
Presentation
References

Course 2 Nominal Categories (Thomas Krisch, Salzburg)
1_Case endings
2_Nouns ablauts & accent patterns
3_Word formation & morphosyntax_some topics
4_PIE compounds & tmesis

Course 3 Verbal Categories (Leonid Kulikov, Pavia)
Kulikov 2005_Reduplication in the Vedic verb:Indo-European inheritance, analogy and iconicity
Fortson 2010_Indo-European Language and Culture_The Verb
Beekes 2011_Comparative IE linguistics. An Introduction
Lundquist & Yates 2017_The Morphology of PIE

Course 4 Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European Syntax (Daniel Petit, ENS)
Syllabus
Handout
Powerpoint

Course 5 The homeland of the Indo-Europeans (James Mallory, Belfast)
Presentation 1
Presentation 2
Presentation 3
Mallory 1997_The homelands of the Indo-Europeans
Mallory 2013_Twenty-first century clouds over Indo-European homelands
Anthony & Ringe 2015_The Indo-European Homeland from Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives
Anthony & Brown 2017_Molecular archaeology and Indo-European linguistics: Impressions from new data

Invited lecture A new hybrid hypothesis for the origin and spread of the Indo-European languages (Russell Gray, Jena MPI)
Powerpoint
Greenhill & Gray 2009_Austronesian Language phylogenies: myths and misconceptions about Bayesian computational methods
Bouckaert et al. 2012_Mapping the Origins and Expansion of the Indo-European Language Family
Science 2013_Letters 1446
Chang_et_al 2015_Ancenstry-constrained phylogenetic analysis supports the IE steppe hypothesis
Jones et al. 2015_Upper Palaeolithic genomes reveal deep roots of modern Eurasians
Novembre 2015_Ancient DNA steps into the language debate

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Third edition, September 2015

Course 1 Anatolian (H. Craig Melchert, UCLA)
Papers download here and here

Course 2 Germanic (Ulrich Geupel, Marburg)
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 3 - Readings
Lesson 4
Bibliography

Course 3 Slavic (Hanne Martine Eckhoff, Tromsø)
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4

Course 4 Italic (Karin Westin Tikkanen, Gotheborg)
Day 1
Day 2
Day 2
Day 2
Day 3
Day 3
Day 4
Joseph & Wallace 1987
La Regina
Penney
Pulgram
Vine
Joseph & Wallace 2005

Course 5 Languages and molecular anthropology (Brigitte Pakendorf, CNRS)
Handout n. 1
Handout n. 2

Invited lecture Impact of contact: Jewish Tat, an Iranian outlier in the Caucasus (Gilles Authier EPHE)

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