Online dictionaries for many languages including Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Greek , Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. Also has an app for mobile devices.
part I. Syntax, semantics, and morphology
• part II. Phonetics, phonology, and prosody
• part III. Language acquisition and psycholinguistics
• part IV. Historical linguistics
• part V. Morpho-syntax of other non-Mandarin varieties of Chinese
Section 1 examines first language acquisition/development
Section 2 covers issues related to second language acquisition/development and bilingualism/multilingualism.
Section 3 presents problems associated with the teaching and learning of foreign languages.
Section 4 undertakes questions in corpus/computational linguistics.
Section 5 deals with clinical linguistics
Section 6 takes up concerns in the area of translation/interpretation. Section 7 discusses Japanese sign language.
v. 1. The Ch`in and Han Empires, 221 B.C.-A.D. 220
v. 3. Sui and T`ang China, 589-906, pt. 1.
v. 5. pt. 1. The Sung dynasty and its precursors, 907-1279
v. 6. Alien regimes and border states, 907-1368
v. 8. The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644
v. 9. pt. 1. The Chìng dynasty to 1800
v. 10-11. Late Ch`ing, 1800-1911. v. 12-13. Republican China, 1912-1949
v. 14. The people's republic, part 1. The emergence of Revolutionary China 1949-1965
v. 15. The people's republic, part 2. Revolutions within the Chinese revolution, 1966-1982.
In a joint project with the Getty Research Institute, Utrecht University, and the Huntington Library, the UCLA Digital Library Program has made available online all four of the first editions of Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde: the French (1723-1743), Dutch (1726-1738), English (1733-1739), and German (1746) editions. The source volumes are held by the libraries at UCLA (English, Dutch), the Getty (French), the Huntington (German), and Utrecht (Dutch). The vagaries of eighteenth-century publishing have left some lingering confusions about the numbering of the volumes. Although Bernard published nine volumes under the same title, he added the last two (here listed as volumes 8 and 9 of the French edition) as a kind of afterword and numbered them 7:second half and 8. None of the translations included them, and they have no illustrations by Picart, who died in 1733.
The online Encyclopedia of Shinto is the English translation of the Shinto jiten edited by the Institute for Japanese Culture and Classics and published by Kobundo in 1994 (the text as translated here reflects certain emendations to the original Japanese version). Links to video images, illustrations, photographs and sound files have been added anew.
Japan Encyclopedia by Louis Frederic; Kathe Roth (Translator)
Introduction: What's modern about modern Japan
Japan's encounter with the modern world
Imperial revolution: embracing modernity
Overcoming and overcome by modernity: Japan at war
Economic miracles and the making of a postmodern society
Overcoming denial: contemporary Japan's quest for normalcy
Epilogue: Japan in the 21st century.
v. 1. Ancient Japan / edited by Delmer M. Brown
v. 2. Heian Japan / edited by Donald H. Shively and William McCullough
v. 3. Medieval Japan / edited by Kozo Yamamura
v. 4. Early modern Japan / edited by John Whitney Hall
v. 5. The nineteenth century / edited by Marius B. Jansen
v. 6. The twentieth century / edited by Peter Duus.
Cambridge Encyclopedia of Japan by Richard J. Bowring (Editor); Peter F. Kornicki (Editor)
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