Topics in Chadic Linguistics VI: Comparative and Descriptive Studies has appeared as volume 7 of the publication series Chadic Linguistics · Linguistique Tchadique · Tschadistik at Rüdiger Köppe Verlag. The volume was edited by Doris Löhr and Ari Awagana and contains papers from the 5th Biennial International Colloquium on the Chadic Languages (BICCL V) which took … Continue reading “Topics in Chadic Linguistics VI has appeared”
The 31st German Conference of Oriental Studies (Deutscher Orientalistentag) will take place in Marburg, September 20-24, 2010, after a 60-year break since the last “Orientalistentag” in this town. The decision to hold the most important congress of German Oriental Studies in Marburg has been prompted by the recent establishment of the Center for Near and … Continue reading “31st German Conference of Oriental Studies in Marburg”
The Fifth Biennial International Colloquium on the Chadic Languages (BICCL) has taken place in Leipzig from June 10 to 14, 2009. Here is a short report.
The following people and institutions have been mentioned in our posts. Click on the names to find the posts where they have been mentioned. Click on the links – if present – following the names to find out more about them. Ahmad, Mustapha Alio, Khalil Allison, Sean (more) Anderson, Stephen C. Andreas, Heike Anyanwu, Rose-Juliet … Continue reading “Who is who”
The following names of Chadic languages, dialects or groups can be found in the literature. In order to find posts on this weblog that contain these languages, you can simply use the search function (on the right). Afade Ajawa Angas Auyokawa Bacama Bade Baldamu Bana Baram Barawa Barein Bata Beele Bidiya Birgit Boga Boghom Bole … Continue reading “Languages”