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  • n. Plural form of Europeanist.


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  • To the visionary Europeanists who have dominated the EU bureaucracy since the 1950s, the answer to these questions is clear: far from being strangers, the struggling people on the continent's periphery are comrades and fellow citizens, united in the commonwealth of Europe.

    Peter Schuck: Citizenship and the Financial Crisis in Europe

  • Regardless of whether that common opinion is right or not and we could probably have a spirited debate on the qualifications of various Indo-Europeanists the fact remains that, as with any other theory which explicitly goes against the relatively reasoned opinion of acknowledged experts, the burden of suspicion rests more on the innovating theory.

    My sweet honey bee

  • The following is a good example of Indo-Europeanists gone mad, methinks.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Have Indo-Europeanists gotten ahead of themselves attributing a PIE root behind every relationship blindly?

    Rubbing away the shine (2)

  • In prior posts, I've been babbling about all these meanings applied to *mar-, *mer- or *smer- by Indo-Europeanists and how skeptical I am of one particular set of meanings in this clumsy word pile, that revolving around the notions of 'shimmer' and 'shine'.

    The hidden face

  • Perhaps historians' professional categories Americanists, Europeanists, and others are still structuring our work.

    Doing Transnational History at the AHA

  • I also have to admit that, as a Zenith alum, I was often disappointed about the lack of political and diplomatic history offered in the History Dept., particularly by the Americanists--interestingly, the Europeanists are largely political historians while off the top of my head the Americanists are three cultural historians, two African American focusers one of whom doubles as an intellectual historian, and a labor/political historian.

    Let's Run Away From The Girls! And Other Strategies To Make History Relevant To A Twenty-First Century Liberal Arts Education

  • Lord only knows how the female Europeanists are faring in these days of want and strife.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • However I'm dismayed that, whether it be Nostraticists who can't see the trees for the forest or conservative Indo-Europeanists IEists who can't see the forest for the trees, no one seems to have noticed what this event of Syncope inevitably implies beyond these more obvious examples.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Now, returning to the safer topic of comparative linguistics, I still am trying to account for how my new solution concerning the prehistoric genesis of Proto-Indo-European's uvular sounds helps (or maybe hinders?) my attempts at trying to figure out the origins of the emphatic particle *[ǵ/g](ʰ)[e/o] which is thus far so hideously reconstructed by current Indo-Europeanists.

    Archive 2008-11-01


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