Endangered Words, and Signs of Revival
edited by Ghil'ad Zuckermann, Julia Miller and Jasmin Morley
published 2014, AustraLex, ISBN 978-0-646-92900-2
The peer-reviewed papers that constitute this volume were initially delivered at the 2013 AustraLex Conference. They are available below, listed alphabetically by author, with a Foreword by the editors Ghil'ad Zuckermann, Julia Miller and Jasmin Morley.
The academic reference for the volume is: Zuckermann, Ghil‘ad, Miller, Julia and Morley, Jasmin (eds) 2014, Endangered Words, Signs of Revival, AustraLex; ISBN 978-0-646-92900-2.
Rob Amery & Mary-Anne Gale: ‘They came, they heard, they documented: The Dresden missionaries as lexicographers’
Delyn Day & Poia Rewi: ‘Endangered meanings and concepts: Māori language habitats’
Guillaume Enguehard: ‘Language planning as warrant of authenticity’
Dorothea Hoffmann: ‘Mapping the language – how a dying language loses its place in the world’
Lars-Gunnar Larsson: ‘Language variation in the revitalisation process’
David Nash: ‘Reviving endangered words: The niche of scientiﬁc names’
Joanna Szerszunowicz: ‘Phraseological units containing archaic elements in bilingual lexicography’