Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - Institute of Asian and African Studies

Colloquium on African languages and linguistics (winter 2021/22)

Preliminary program of the digital research colloquium on African linguistics and languages at the Seminar for African Studies at HU Berlin in the winter semester 2021/22.

Coordination: Prof. Dr. Tom Güldemann

Place: HU Berlin, IAAW, Invalidenstr. 118, room 410 & online via Zoom

Time: On Tuesdays CET 4:15 p.m.

- Please contact Christfried Naumann for Zoom access information -

 

21.10. Luisa Schneider (HU Berlin, Master project): “The functional and formal range of the subjunctive complementizer ‘mek’ in Naijá aka ‘Nigerian Pidgin English’”


02.11. Christfried Naumann (HU Berlin): African language Map Workshop


09.11. Jean-Pierre Donzo (Institut Supérieur Pédagogique de la Gombe/Kinshasa): “Traces des morphèmes d’extensions verbales en ngbaka-mīnāgendē, une langue ubangienne de la RD Congo”


16.11. Lee Pratchett (CIBIO Porto): “When verbs come (and) clash together: some origins of verb serialisation in Juǀ’hoan and ǃXun (Kx’a)”


23.11. Jakob Lesage (HU Berlin): “Multi-verb constructions in Kam (Adamawa, Niger-Congo)”


30.11. Adrian Krause (HU Berlin, Bachelor project): „Der kompletive Aspekt in den Englisch-lexikalisierten Kreolsprachen Westafrikas”


07.12. Daniel Auer (HU Berlin, Master Verteidigung): “A grammatical sketch of ǂHuan (Taa, Tuu)”


14.12. Rong Chen (HU Berlin): “Rethinking dependency reversal in noun-attributive constructions”


04.01. Anja Schünke (HU Berlin, Master Verteidigung): “Santandrea’s Aja corpus and a description of the nominal morphosyntax”


11.01. Julius Elstermann (HU Berlin, Master project): “The prefix system of Tula (Adamawa, Niger-Congo)”


18.01. Michael Schulze (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “Synchronic analysis of nominal classification systems in Mel (Atlantic, Niger-Congo)”


25.01. Jan Junglas (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “Diachronic considerations on tripartite number marking in Northeastern Africa”


01.02. Sylvanus Job (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “The structure of Khoekhoe (Khoe-Kwadi) dependent clauses”


08.02. Benedikt Winkhart (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “Phonotactics in Limassa (Ubangi, Niger-Congo)”


15.02. Julia Paas (HU Berlin, Master project): “Politeness strategies in Ghanaian Pidgin English and their traces in Akan, Ga and Ewe”