Germanic languages are a subgrouping of the Indo-European language family and are broadly divided into the Eastern branch consisting of Gothic, the Northern branch which encompasses the Scandinavian languages and the largest branch, Western-Germanic, subgrouped into English, Frisian, German and Low Saxon/Low Franconian languages.
This online electronic journal will focus on linguistic and literary themes, both general and specific, within the fields of English and German studies.
Student-run, contributed content, electronic archive for graduate students in Germanic linguistics. Includes submission instructions, archived documents and links.
The site contains digitized versions of dictionaries and grammars of the early Germanic languages, including Gothic, Old English, Old Icelandic, Old High German, Old Saxon, and reconstructed Proto-Germanic.
Founded in 1968 to serve scholars teaching and researching in Germanic Linguistics and Philology. Journal of Germanic Linguistics, newsletter, and conference updates.
Aims at increasing the awareness of the linguistic similarities between the various Germanic languages in Europe.
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