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Erasmus Lecture 1 From Mars to the Multiverse
13 Reproducibility of Published ResearchJohannes Klumpers
20 Disorder and Public GovernanceSophie Body-Gendrot
30 Why Earthquakes Threaten Two Major European Cities: Istanbul and BucharestGregory A. Houseman
50 Transitional Women in the Transnational Era: Female Voices through ArtSilvia Pellicer-Ortín
Tribute to Thomas W.B. Kibble 67 Perspectives in Fundamental Physics
Alban Kellerbauer and André Mischke 70 The Search for Dark Matter
Laura Baudis 82 Low-energy Tests of Fundamental Physics
Dmitry Budker 90 Gravitational Waves: Physics at the Extreme
Jo van den Brand 100 Perspectives in Particle Physics after the Discovery of the Higgs Boson
Guido Tonelli 110 On the Brout–Englert–Higgs–Guralnik–Hagen–Kibble Mechanism in Quantum Gravity
Gerard ‘t Hooft
Focus: Language Endangerment and Revitalization 117 Introduction: ‘Language Endangerment and Revitalization’
Wolfgang U. Dressler, Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk and Alain Peyraube 120 Independent, Dependent and Interdependent Variables in Language Decay and Language Death
Wolfgang U. Dressler 130 On some endangered Sinitic languages spoken in Northwestern China
Alain Peyraube 147 A ‘Small’ Language in Contact with a ‘Big’ One: The Loss of the Alienability Distinction in Tének (Mayan) under
Spanish InfluenceElwira Sobkowiak and Marcin Kilarski
164 Purism, Variation, Change and ‘Authenticity’: Ideological Challenges to Language RevitalisationJulia Sallabank
179 Awakening the Language and Speakers’ Community of WymysiöerysTomasz Wicherkiewicz, Tymoteusz Król and Justyna Olko
192 Language Ideologies and Minority Language Education: Lessons from Brittany for KashubiaNicole Dołowy-Rybinska and Michael Hornsby
207 Unbalanced Language Contact and the Struggle for Survival: Bridging Diachronic and Synchronic Perspectives on NahuatlJustyna Olko
V O L .26 � N O . 1 � february 2018
ERASMUS MEDAL LECTURE: FROM
MARS TO THE MULTIVERSE
TRIBUTE TO THOMAS W.B. KIBBLE -
PERSPECTIVES IN FUNDAMENTAL
FOCUS: LANGUAGE ENDANGERMENT
V O L .26 � N O . 1 � february 2018I S S N 1062-7987
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VOLUME 26 NUMBER 1 FEBRUARY 2018
Erasmus LectureFrom Mars to the MultiverseMartin Rees 1
Reproducibility of Published ResearchJohannes Klumpers 13
Disorder and Public GovernanceSophie Body-Gendrot 20
Why Earthquakes Threaten Two Major European Cities: Istanbul andBucharestGregory A. Houseman 30
Transitional Women in the Transnational Era: Female Voices through ArtSilvia Pellicer-Ortın 50
Tribute to Thomas W.B. KibblePerspectives in Fundamental PhysicsAlban Kellerbauer and Andre Mischke 67
The Search for Dark MatterLaura Baudis 70
Low-energy Tests of Fundamental PhysicsDmitry Budker 82
Gravitational Waves: Physics at the ExtremeJo van den Brand 90
Perspectives in Particle Physics after the Discovery of the Higgs BosonGuido Tonelli 100
On the Brout–Englert–Higgs–Guralnik–Hagen–Kibble Mechanism inQuantum GravityGerard ‘t Hooft 110
Focus: Language Endangerment and RevitalizationIntroduction: ‘Language Endangerment and Revitalization’Wolfgang U. Dressler, Katarzyna Dziubalska-Ko"aczyk and Alain Peyraube 117
Independent, Dependent and Interdependent Variables in Language Decayand Language DeathWolfgang U. Dressler 120
On some endangered Sinitic languages spoken in Northwestern ChinaAlain Peyraube 130
A ‘Small’ Language in Contact with a ‘Big’ One: The Loss of theAlienability Distinction in Tenek (Mayan) under Spanish InfluenceElwira Sobkowiak and Marcin Kilarski 147
Purism, Variation, Change and ‘Authenticity’: Ideological Challenges toLanguage RevitalisationJulia Sallabank 164
Awakening the Language and Speakers’ Community of WymysioerysTomasz Wicherkiewicz, Tymoteusz Krol and Justyna Olko 179
Language Ideologies and Minority Language Education: Lessons fromBrittany for KashubiaNicole Do"owy-Rybinska and Michael Hornsby 192
Unbalanced Language Contact and the Struggle for Survival: BridgingDiachronic and Synchronic Perspectives on NahuatlJustyna Olko 207