Baza projekata

Detalji projekta

Naziv projekta:
Općeslavenski lingvistički atlas (OLA) i Europski lingvistički atlas (ALE)

Voditelj:Vrsta natječaja:
Ranko MatasovićIstraživački projekti

Rok:Šifra:Akronim:Trajanje:Status:Vrijednost financiranja:
2013-118706OLAALE1.9.2014. - 31.10.2018.549.000,00 Kn

Znanstvena područja:
Humanističke znanosti

Znanstvena polja:

Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Filozofski fakultet

(prof. dr. sc.) Mira Menac-Mihalić, (prof. dr. sc.) Dunja Brozović Rončević, (prof. dr. sc.) Anđela Frančić, (dr. sc.) Anita Celinić, (dr. sc.) Tijmen Pronk, (prof. dr. sc.) Silvana Vranić, (dr. sc.) Boris Kuzmić, (dr. sc.) Mijo Lončarić, (dr. sc.) Vesna Zečević, (dr. sc.) Sonja Wölke, (dr. sc.) Martina Ireinová, (prof. dr. sc.) Jadwiga Waniakowa, (dr. sc.) Walentina Rusak, (prof. dr. sc.) Pavlo Hrytsenko, (dr. sc.) Gabriela Núcsková, (mag. (dipl.) Petra Pradkova, (dr. sc.) Jana Villnow Komárková, (prof. dr. sc.) Goran Filipi, (dr. sc.) Carmen Kenda-Jež, (dr. sc.) Dubravka Ivšić, (dr. sc.) Jožica Škofic,

Ključne riječi:
dialectology, linguistic atlas, linguistic maps, slavic languages, european languages

The “General Slavic Linguistic Atlas” (OLA) and the “European Linguistic Atlas” (ALE) are long-term international linguistic projects. The OLA project involved research material derived from a special survey carried out in 853 settlements, the result of which was an extremely rich dialectological registry. The material collected does not confirm the traditional view of the disintegration of the Proto-Slavic language, instead showing that the disintegration process of the Slavic whole was much more complex. This is seen in isoglosses that cut Slavic territory into the most highly differing directions. This is proof that particular Slavic groups in various historical periods found themselves in complex relationships amongst themselves and that were constantly changing for economic, political, or cultural reasons. Linguistic material for ALE was collected using a special survey carried out in a majority of European countries, including 15 Croatian survey points. The project also involves the etymological and onomasiological interpretation of linguistic material from all European survey points. This project of linguistic atlases provides world dialectology with organised data on the phonetic, phonological, morphological and lexical systems of a large number of languages and dialects, and enables the well-founded study of the linguistic development of European languages. Croatian material is presented and interpreted, and the linguistic relationships between data from the dialects researched is confirmed. Conclusions are drawn on the history and development of languages, on the relationships between them, and thus on the relationships of the Croatian language towards neighbouring and distant dialects. This will provide material for comparative genetic and typological research of linguistic systems in the Slavic and non-Slavic world. These synchronic and diachronic relationships will be presented in the OLA and ALE books and atlases in the form of maps and commentary.