Apart from the entries in the EtymArab online dictionary, several publications en passant, while working on the dictionary. Some of them are listed below (all by S. Guth).

  • »Arab(ic) Emotions – Back to the Roots«. In: Reading Slowly: A Festschrift in Honour of Jens Braarvig, edited by U. Hüsken and L.E. Edzard, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2018: 199-219.
  • »The Etymology of Generosity-Related Terms: A presentation of the EtymArab project.« – Part I: FoOr, 52 (2015): 171-201. – Part II: FoOr, 53 (2016): 59-104. – Part III: FoOr, 54 (2017): 149-180. – Part IV: FoOr, 55 (2018): 99-141.
  • »The Etymology of Some Language- and Translation-Related Terms in Arabic«. In: Philologists in the World: A Festschrift in Honour of Gunvor Mejdell, ed. by N. S. Eggen and R. Issa, Oslo: Novus, 2017: 141-164.
  • »Approaches to the Etymology of Arabic«, ed. S. Guth, themed section JAIS 17 (2017): 311-453 [pdf]. – Contains a general introduction (pp. 313-321) and contributions by Z. Wellnhofer (322-331 ♦ pdf), S. Olivieri (332-344 ♦ pdf), S. Guth (345-376 ♦ pdf), J.-C. Rolland (377-406 ♦ pdf), L. Edzard (407-414 ♦ pdf), F. Grande (415-433 ♦ pdf), and G. Işık (434-453 ♦ pdf)..
  • »Concepts that Changed the World: “waṭan” as one of Ḥusayn al-Marṣafī’s “Eight Words”«. In: Representations and Visions of Homeland in Modern Arabic Literature, ed. S. Günther & S. Milich. Hildesheim: Olms, 2016: 75-88.
  • Scientific Report from the ESF Exploratory Workshop Breaking the Grounds for an Arabic Etymological Dictionary (Oslo, 22-23 June, 2013).
  • Die Hauptsprachen der Islamischen Welt: Strukturen, Geschichte, Literaturen. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2012. (Porta Linguarum Orientalium; 25). more (German) | mer (norsk)
  • »From Water-Carrying Camels to Modern Story-Tellers, or How riwāya Came to Mean “novel”: A History of an Encounter of Concepts.« In: Borders and Beyond: Crossings and Transitions in Modern Arabic Literature, ed. K. Eksell & S. Guth, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2011: 147-179.
  • »Politeness, Höflichkeit, ʾadab – A Comparative Conceptual-Cultural Perspective«. In: Verbal Festivity in Arabic and other Semitic Languages, ed. L. Edzard & S. Guth, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2010: 9-30.
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