A Festschrift for Nadia Anghelescu

Pe data de 2 mai 2011, Facultatea de Limbi şi Literaturi Străine a Universităţii din Bucureşti i-a adus un omagiu  Prof. dr. Nadia Anghelescu, fondatoarea şcolii de arabistică românească, la împlinirea vârstei de şaptezeci de ani. Festivitatea a debutat prin înmânarea volumului omagial, volum care cuprinde studii lingvistice şi culturale consacrate atât spaţiului arab, cât şi altor spaţii, semnate de reputaţi specialişti din România şi din străinătate.

Volumul îi are ca editori pe prof. dr. Andrei A. Avram, conf. dr. Anca Focşeneanu, prof. dr. George Grigore şi a apărut la Editura Universităţii din Bucureşti.


Cuprinsul volumului:

Curriculum vitae of Nadia Anghelescu

List of publications of Nadia Anghelescu


Andrei Avram

La réduplication, la substitution par [m] de la consonne initiale et l’étymologie du roumain

Andrei A. Avram

A survey of reduplication in Arabic pidgins and creoles

Larisa Avram

Modals and the scope of the perfect

Ramzi Baalbaki

A 7th – 8th H. century controversy: Ibn al-Atīr on Nahàw and Bayān

Luminiţa Bălan

Time and space metaphors in Chinese

Michael G. Carter

Indirect questions and reported speech: A problem for Arabic grammatical theory

Cristina Ciovârnache

Inchoative aspectualizers in Persian

Alexandra Cornilescu

When syntax and semantics meet: Wager/estimate-verbs in English

Alexandra Cuniţă

De l’éducation par les langues-cultures: le vocabulaire des couleurs

Georges Dorlian

L’arbitraire du signe en question

Ioana Feodorov

Notes sur les mots non arabes dans le Voyage du patriarche Macaire d’Antioche par Paul d’Alep

Daniela Rodica Firanescu

Reading notes on Sakkākī’s concept of “semantic engendering”

Anca Focşeneanu

The Japanese dvandva compounds and the coordinate words in Romanian idiomatic expressions

Jean Fontaine

La Nahda a-t-elle des aspects spirituels?

George Grigore

Les principales caractéristiques de l’arabe parlé à Siirt (Turquie)

Jean-Patrick Guillaume

Le « syndrome ’akalūnī l-baraġīt » et les ambiguïtés de la tradition linguistique arabe

Hilary Kilpatrick

Poetry on political events in the Mamluk and early Ottoman periods

Pierre Larcher

Un texte arabe sur le métalangage

Aryeh Levin

The meaning of the syntactic technical term al-juz’

Adrian Măcelaru

The /u/-vowel of the Semitic verbal prefixes as a mark of a high degree of event elaboration

Gunvor Mejdell

Lost in translation of modality – Some problems of transfer between Arabic and English modal systems

Giuliano Mion

Open questions on stress in Arabic: Some socio-phonological interpretations

Georgiana Nicoarea

Équivalences sémantiques dans les traductions en français et anglais du poème « Al-Hamriyya » d’Ibn al-Fārid

Tsvetomira Pashova

Arabic connectives marking the antecedent as a cause: A feature based account

Yordan Peev

La réforme en Islam. Courants politiques et religieux

Ovidiu Pietrăreanu

Some considerations on aspect and grammaticalization in Literary Arabic

Sabina Popârlan

Référents nominaux ou verbaux et anaphorses. Étude comparative en français, hindi et roumain

Ruxandra-Oana Raianu

Attenuation through affixes in Japanese

André Roman

Les morphemes de temps /?ida:/ / /?id/ et l’expression de la surprise

Gheorghe Sarău

Romani language standardization and teaching difficulties and solutions

Gregor Schoeler

The poet and prose writer Abû l-‘Alâ’ al-Ma‘arrî and his Epistle of Forgiveness

Laura Sitaru

Contemporary myths about Islam and their role in shaping up the image of the Western Muslim

Catherine Taine-Cheikh

Faits de grammaticalisation et processus narratifs. Les verbes ‘se (re)dresser’ et ‘prendre’ dans l’arabe mauritanien

Grete Tartler

“Youth, the Horse of Ignorance”: Interpretation of a poem by Abū Nuwās

Irina Vainovski-Mihai

A pre-history of Orientalism: Herodotus’ and Strabo’s image of Arabia

Kees Versteegh

Between typology and genealogy: The classification of Arabic dialects

Florentina Vişan

The verb qi ‘go up, rise’ as a directional verb or motion path verb

Lucia Wald

Short remarks concerning an astonishing similarity between two legendary characters

Andrzej Zaborski

Beja Hadarab and Hadendowa – A common etymology