Missionary Pragmalinguistics: Father Diego Luis de Sanvitores’ grammar (1668) within the tradition of Philippine grammars

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Winkler, A.P.;
(2016)
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The grammar written in Latin, in 1668, by the Jesuit missionary Father Diego Luis de Sanvitores (1627-1672) is the oldest description we have of Chamorro, a language spoken on the Mariana islands. The grammar received a number of bad reviews and as a consequence has bec... View more
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    Translating Father SanvitorLesin'gua Mariana (2013) ................... 19

    missionary linguistics (2007) ............................................................ 21

    Grammar and in Philippine Missionary Grammar (2011) ................ 23

    Papers included in this thesis ............................................................ 28

    Structure of the Lingua Mariana....................................................... 33

    3. The birth of Functional Grammar in the 'Austronesian school' of missionary linguistics ............................................................................... 67

    4. Subject, Topic, passive and perspective in Functional (Discourse) Grammar and in Philippine Missionary Grammar .............................. 85

    Sanvitores, Diego Luis de. 1954 [1668]. Lingua Mariana. Micro-Bibliotheca Anthropos, Vol. 14. 46 pp. duplices. Posieux prope Friburgum Helvetiorum. 1954.

    Sanvitores, Diego Luis de (1669b) “Resumen de losesosudcecl primer año de la Mission en estas Islas Marianas”. In: Philipp-ic8ar. R1o3m, e. fA.5RvSJ.

    Adelaar, Alexander. 2005. “The Austronesian languages of Asia anad historical perspective”A. delaar and Himmelmann, eds. 2005. 1-42.

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