Claus Peter Zoller

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Faglige interesser

 
Hindi litteratur og lingvistikk, språk i vestre Himalaya og Nord-Pakistan, performancetradisjoner i Nord-India og Pakistan, samt Romani-lingvistikk.
 

Undervisning

 
HIN1110, HIN1120, HIN2110 , HIN4010, HIN4011, SAS3000, SAS4011


Bakgrunn


Studier av klassisk og moderne Indologi, antropologi og tyskstudier
PhD med en doktoravhandling om et Indisk-Tibetansk grensespråk
Habilitation med en avhandling om språk og stilistikk i et muntlig epos fra Himalaya
Ansettelse som assistent professor og senere førsteamanuensis på Universitetene i Heidelberg og Frankfurt
 

Utvalgte prosjekter


Bangani and languages of north-west South Asia
A grammar of Indus Kohistani (North Pakistan)
A collection of fairy tales from Indus Kohistan (North Pakistan)

Hindi Database Project

Verv


Representant for Heidelberg South Asia Institute i New Delhi.
Forskjellige stipend og forskningsprosjekter finansiert av Tysk Akademisk Utskiftningstjeneste (DAAD) og av Tysk Forskningsråd (DFG).


Samarbeid


South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg
Department of Indology, University of Würzburg
South Asia Institute, University of Texas in Austin
Computational Linguistics R & D, Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi
Department of Linguistics, Delhi University, Delhi
National School of Drama, New Delhi
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi.
Doon Library & Research Centre, Dehra Dun (India)

 


 

Emneord: Hindi, Sør-Asia, India, Ritualer

Publikasjoner

       Books in press

  • Die Panduan: Ein mündliches Mahabharata Epos aus dem Garhwal Himalaya (to appear with Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, end of 2014).
  • North-western and outer languages of South Asia: An exploratory study (to appear with de Gruyter beginning of 2015).

       Articles in press

  • The story of Prince Bahram and Giant Kandak (to appear in Festschrift for Heidrun Brückner, end of 2014).
  • On synonym compounds (to appear in an anthology in memory of Carla Radloff, end of 2014).

       Published works

  • 2012. Hindi bilingualism and related matters. In Gunvor Mejdell and Lutz Edzard (eds.), High vs. low and mixed varieties: Status, norms and functions across time and languages. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 2012: 133-157.
  • 2011. Bangani (in Russian). In G.A. Zograph, T.I. Oranskaia, L.I. Kulikov, P.K. Pandey (eds.), Languages of the world: The New Indo-Aryan languages (Jazyki mira: novye indoarijskie jazyki). Moscow: Academia. 2011: 219-261.
  • 2011. Pahari (in Russian). In G.A. Zograph, T.I. Oranskaia, L.I. Kulikov, P.K. Pandey (eds.), Languages of the world: The New Indo-Aryan languages (Jazyki mira : novye indoarijskie jazyki ). Moscow: Academia. 2011: 195-218.
  • 2010. Aspects of the Early History of Romani. Acta Orientalia 2010:71, 243-312. 
  • 2009. Genitive Marking of Subjects in West Pahari. Acta Orientalia 2008:69, 121-151.
  • 2007. Is Bangani a V2 Language? European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 2007:31, 83-141.
  • 2007. Himalayan Heroes. In Brückner, Heidrun, Hugh van Skyhawk and Claus Peter Zoller (eds.), The Concept of Hero in Indian Culture; pp. 237-274. New Delhi: Manohar.
  • 2005. A Grammar and Dictionary of Indus Kohistani. Volume 1: Dictionary. Trends in Linguistics, Documentation 21-1. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 2004. Kabir and ritualized language. Acta Orientalia 2004:65, 33-68.
  • 2001. On the relationship between folk and classical traditions in South Asia. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 2001:20-1, 77-104.
  • 1999. An Indian myth on the creation of death and life. In Schömbucher, Elisabeth and Claus Peter Zoller (eds.), Ways of Dying: Death and its meanings in South Asia; pp. 205-232. New Delhi: Manohar.
  • 1999. 'My mother an Apsara, the father a Kshatriya, my uncle the son of a Gandharva': Humour in the oral poetry of the Himalaya. In Oesterheld, Christina and Claus Peter Zoller (eds.), Of Clowns and Gods, Brahmans and Babus: Humour in South Asian Literatures; pp. 169-181. New Delhi: Manohar.
Publisert 30. aug. 2005 00:00 - Sist endret 4. sep. 2014 13:11

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