A. Abu-Manga / L. Gilley / A. Storch (eds.): Insights into Nilo-Saharan Language, History and Culture – 9th Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium, Khartoum 2004 [PDF]


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Proceedings of the 9th Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium, Institute of African and Asian Studies, University of Khartoum, 16-19 February 2004
Nilo-Saharan – Linguistic Analyses and Documentation vol. 23

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420 pp.
11 maps, 13 graphs and diagrams, 88 tables, appendix

Text language: English



Suzan Alamin Mubarak: An Initial Description of Laggori Noun Morphology and Noun Phrase
Adelino Amargira: Derivational Forms and the Nature of Modifiers in Tennet
Abeer Bashir: Morphophonemic Alternations in Jumjum Number Formation
Sergio Baldi: Arabic Loanwords Entered in African Languages through Kanuri
Herman Bell: Birgid Nubian – Recording a Nearly Extinct Language
Ali Obeid Birema: The Deviation of the Nubian Language of Kadero into Sudanese Colloquial Arabic
Roger Blench: The Kadu Languages and their Affiliation – Between Nilo-Saharan, Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic
Pascal Boyeldieu: Reflexes of a Labiovelar Series in Central Sudanic
Rihab Yahia Dafalla: A Phonological Comparison in the Katcha-Kadugli Language Group of the Nuba Mountains
Edward Hall: The Tonal Behaviour of One Class of Singular-forming Nouns in the Kamda Language
Khaliifa Jabr el-Dar: Towards a General Orthography of the Ajang Languages
Marcus Jaeger: Discovering Linguistic Differences between Kenuzi and Dongolawi using Computational Linguistics and Lexicographical Methods
Angelika Jakobi: The Loss of Syllable-Final Proto-Nubian Consonants
Nicky de Jong: The Verbal Matrix in Didinga
James Lokuuda Kadanya: Noun Derivation System in Toposa
Eileen Kilpatrick: Pronoun Sets in the Moru-Ma’di Languages
Constance Kutsch-Lojenga: The Role of Tone in Lendu Locatives
Richard A. Lobban: Toward the Decipherment of Meroitic – The Case of the Kalabsha Inscription
Robert Guy McKee: The Meegye Connective bhe as a Discourse Developmental Marker
Farid M.A. Mekkawi: Comparisons of Nilotic Nubians and Kordofanian Nuba in Kinship Terms and other Cultural Components
Pierre Nougayrol: Tones and Verb Classes in Bongo
Suleiman Norein Osman: Phonology of the Zaghawa Language in Sudan
Eva Rothmaler: The Structure of Place Names in Borno (Northern Nigeria)
Timothy M. Stirtz: Possession of Alienable and Inalienable Nouns in Gaahmg
Anne Storch: Aspect and Evidentiality in Luwo
Christine Waag: The Marker -si in Fur


Richard A. Lobban: Some Issues in the Darfur Conflict

Further proceedings volumes of the Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquia have been published in our programme, see under Linguistics Colloquium.

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