1946 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Roman Jakobson mainly investigates Linguistics, Literature, Poetics, Poetry and Structure. His research investigates the connection between Linguistics and topics such as Aphasia that intersect with problems in Problem of universals. Roman Jakobson interconnects Generative grammar, Negation and The Symbolic in the investigation of issues within Literature.
His studies in Poetics integrate themes in fields like Visual semiotics, Social semiotics, Semiotics and Statement. His study in Structure is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tenseness and Perception. He combines subjects such as Linguistic description, On Linguistic Aspects of Translation, Dynamic and formal equivalence, Machine translation and Relation with his study of Literary criticism.
His primary areas of study are Linguistics, Literature, Poetry, Slavic languages and Classics. Linguistics and Aphasia are commonly linked in his work. Poetics and Literary criticism are among the areas of Literature where Roman Jakobson concentrates his study.
His study in Slavic languages focuses on Slavic studies in particular.
Roman Jakobson mostly deals with Linguistics, Literature, Slavic languages, Czech and Classics. Roman Jakobson merges Linguistics with Comparative linguistics in his research. His Literature study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Art history.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Grammar and Slavic languages. Grammar is closely attributed to West Slavic languages in his work. His research integrates issues of Ancient history and German in his study of Czech.
Roman Jakobson spends much of his time researching Linguistics, Slavic languages, Grammar, Slavic studies and Literature. His research combines Humanities and Linguistics. Grammar is closely attributed to West Slavic languages in his study.
Slavic studies is a subfield of Classics that Roman Jakobson investigates. His Literature research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Visual semiotics and Semiotics. His Poetics research includes elements of Clinical linguistics, Applied linguistics, Sign, Social semiotics and Literary theory.
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Preliminaries to Speech Analysis: The Distinctive Features and Their Correlates
R. Jakobson;C. G. Fant;M. Halle.
On Linguistic Aspects of Translation
Closing statement : Linguistics and poetics
Style in Language (1960)
Linguistics and poetics
Fundamentals of Language
Roman Jakobson;Morris Halle.
Child language. : Aphasia and phonological universals.
Shifters, Verbal Categories, and the Russian Verb
Essais de linguistique générale
Roman Jakobson;Nicolas Ruwet.
Les Etudes Philosophiques (1963)
Kindersprache, Aphasie und allgemeine Lautgesetze
Language in Literature
Roman Jakobson;Krystyna Pomorska;Stephen Rudy.
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