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Hans
Hartmann
s. xx / s. xxi

16 publications between 1957 and 2008 indexed
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Hartmann, Hans, Tomás de Bhaldraithe, and Ruairí Ó hUiginn, Aireán. Eine Sammlung von Texten aus Carna, Co. na Gaillimhe, 2 vols, Buchreihe der Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 13–14, Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1996.  
abstract:
Airneán is a collection of Irish texts which have been transcribed from the speech of seven native speakers from the Carna area of West Galway. The recordings were made in the early 1960s when some of the speakers were already at an advanced age, and thus reflects to a large extent the dialect of an older generation in the area. The transcriptions are presented as nine texts which appear in the form of dialogue. Many aspects of life in the region (history, folklore, etc.) are discussed, and the dialogues contain valuable information on customs and beliefs. A system of orthography based on the dialect of the speakers has been employed so that all noteworthy phonological features have been recorded. No attempt has been made to alter or to edit the speech of the informants thus leaving all syntactic and grammatical idiosyncracies as recorded. Part II contains a full analysis of the texts. The orthographical system is discussed and many phonological, morphological and syntactic features are analysed in detail. Statistical evidence is used where necessary, especially where two or more usages occur side by side in the dialect. This section also contains a full list of plural formations for nouns, a discussion of genitival formations and the use of the genitive, a full list of verbal adjectives, prepositional pronouns, and a discussion of synthetic and analytical verbal forms and their use. A select glossary, lists of personal and place-names, and of English words also occuring in the corpus are also presented. The texts are summarised in English and further sociolinguistic features are treated.
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abstract:
Airneán is a collection of Irish texts which have been transcribed from the speech of seven native speakers from the Carna area of West Galway. The recordings were made in the early 1960s when some of the speakers were already at an advanced age, and thus reflects to a large extent the dialect of an older generation in the area. The transcriptions are presented as nine texts which appear in the form of dialogue. Many aspects of life in the region (history, folklore, etc.) are discussed, and the dialogues contain valuable information on customs and beliefs. A system of orthography based on the dialect of the speakers has been employed so that all noteworthy phonological features have been recorded. No attempt has been made to alter or to edit the speech of the informants thus leaving all syntactic and grammatical idiosyncracies as recorded. Part II contains a full analysis of the texts. The orthographical system is discussed and many phonological, morphological and syntactic features are analysed in detail. Statistical evidence is used where necessary, especially where two or more usages occur side by side in the dialect. This section also contains a full list of plural formations for nouns, a discussion of genitival formations and the use of the genitive, a full list of verbal adjectives, prepositional pronouns, and a discussion of synthetic and analytical verbal forms and their use. A select glossary, lists of personal and place-names, and of English words also occuring in the corpus are also presented. The texts are summarised in English and further sociolinguistic features are treated.
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Contributions to journals

Hartmann, Hans, “Was ist Wahrheit (2)? Ein Vergleich französischer, keltischer, indischer, iranischer und griechischer Vorstellungen von der Verwirklichung der Wahrheit; eine kulturgeschichtliche und sprachwissenschaftliche Analyse. Teil V”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 56 (2008): 1–56.
Hartmann, Hans, “Was ist ‘Wahrheit’ (2)?: ein Vergleich französischer, keltischer, indischer, iranischer und griechischer Vorstellungen von der Verwirklichung der Wahrheit; eine kulturgeschichtliche und sprachwissenschaftliche Analyse. Teil IV”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 55 (2006): 1–17.
Hartmann, Hans, “Was ist Wahrheit (2)?: ein Vergleich französischer, keltischer, indischer, iranischer und griechischer Vorstellungen von der Verwirklichung der Wahrheit; eine kulturgeschichtliche und sprachwissenschaftliche Analyse. Teil III”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 54 (2004): 31–53.
Hartmann, Hans, “Was ist Wahrheit (2)?: ein Vergleich französischer, keltischer, indischer, iranischer und griechischer Vorstellungen von der Verwirklichung der Wahrheit; eine kulturgeschichtliche und sprachwissenschaftliche Analyse. Teil II”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 53 (2003): 1–19.
Hartmann, Hans, “Was ist ‘Wahrheit’ (2)?: ein Vergleich französischer, keltischer, indischer, iranischer und griechischer Vorstellungen von der Verwirklichung der Wahrheit; eine kulturgeschichtliche und sprachwissenschaftliche Analyse. Teil I”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 52 (2001): 1–101.
Hartmann, Hans, “Was ist ‘Wahrheit’?”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 49–50 (1997): 287–310.
Hartmann, Hans, “Synchronische und diachronische Studien zur Syntax des Irischen”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 37 (1979): 10–157.
Hartmann, Hans, “Distribution und Funktion der Expanded Form in einigen Dialekten der irischen Sprache von Co. Galway”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 33 (1974): 140–284.
Hartmann, Hans, “Betrachtungen zur objektiven Struktur sprachlicher und soziologischer Formen in Irland: ‘Stolpern und Fallen’”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 26 (1957): 8–32.

About the author

Wigger, Arndt, “The role of German-speaking scholars in the study of Modern Irish”, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 139 (2009): 101–110.