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

Colloquium on African languages and linguistics (summer 2021)

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

Coordination: Prof. Dr. Tom Güldemann

Place: Online via Zoom

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

- Please contact Christfried Naumann for access information -

 

27.4.    Tom Güldemann (HU Berlin): “From differential grammatical treatment to gender: animacy-based noun classification in Central Africa and its typological significance”


4.5.    Daniel Auer (HU Berlin, Master project): “A grammatical sketch of ǂHuan (Taa)”


11.5.    Komolafe Oluwakayode (HU Berlin, University of Ibadan): “The documentation of Ehueun, an endangered Edoid language of Nigeria”


18.5.    Anja Schünke (HU Berlin, Master project): “Santandreas Korpus of Aja (South Sudan) und eine Beschreibung der nominalen Morphosyntax”


25.5.    Benedikt Winkhart (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “The documentation of Limassa (Mundu-Baka)”


1.6.    Jan Junglas (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “The semantics and morphology of transnumeral nouns within Northeastern Africa’s tripartite number marking languages”


8.6.    Jenny Jaffe (MPI-EVA Leipzig) & Sebastian Nordhoff (LSP): “The documentation of the Kru language Oubi ”


15.6.    Christfried Naumann (HU Berlin, with Budzani Mogara-Gabanamotse & Dipogiso Molefhi, University of Botswana): “The vowel system of Tswana”


22.6.    Sylvanus Job (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “The morphosyntax of Khoekhoe”


29.6.    Michael Schulze (HU Berlin, Ph.D. project): “Das Genussystem der Melsprachen”


6.7.    Jakob Lesage (HU Berlin): “Community-based documentation of Kam (central-east Nigeria): Dealing with field work withdrawal”


13.7.    Julius Elstermann (HU Berlin, Master project): “Die nominale Klassifikation im Tula-Waja (Nordost-Nigeria)”