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Grapholinguistics in the 21st Century
/gʁafematik/ June 17–19, 2020
Proceedings, 2020, Part I

Yannis Haralambous (Ed.)

Global Index with hyperlinks to PDF files

Martin Neef
The Written Utterance as a Core Concept in Grapholinguistics

Martin Evertz-Rittich
What Is a Written Word? And if So, How Many?

Sven Osterkamp & Gordian Schreiber
Challenging the Dichotomy Between Phonography and Morphography: Transitions and Gray Areas

Stefano Presutti
The Interdependence Between Speech and Writing. Towards a Greater Awareness

Amalia E. Gnanadesikan
S1: The Native Script Effect

Dimitrios Meletis
On Being a Grapholinguist

Corinna Salomon
Comparative Perspectives on the Study of Script Transfer, and the Origin of the Runic Script

Daniel Harbour
Grammar Drives Writing System Evolution. Lessons From the Birth of Vowels

Sveva Elti di Rodeano
Scripts in Contact: Transmission of the First Alphabets

Dalma Véry
Mutable Imagination: Typography and Textual Space in Print and Digital Layouts

Yannis Haralambous, Frédéric Landragin & Kenichi Handa
Graphemic and Graphetic Methods in Speculative Fiction

Irmi Wachendorff
Typographetics of Urban Spaces. The Indication of Discourse Types and Genres Through Letterforms and Their Materiality in Multilingual Urban Spaces

Olga Kulish
Between the Words. Emotional Punctuation in the Digital Age Communication

Johannes Bergerhausen & Thomas Huot-Marchand
The Missing Scripts Project

Morgane Pierson
Beyond the Semantic. Typographic Representation of Ancient Monetary Inscriptions

Yishai Neuman
Sociocultural Motivation for Spelling Variation in Modern Hebrew

Christa Dürscheid
Emojis Are Everywhere. How Emojis Conquer New Contexts

Tomi S. Melka & Robert M. Schoch
A Case in Point: Communication With Unknown Intelligence/s

Christine Kettaneh
Mute Melodies