François Enguehard / Marie-Claude Simeone-Senelle / Martine Vanhove / Yvonne Treis: Colloque international sur les langues couchitiques et les peuples qui les parlent – International Conference on Cushitic Languages and Peoples [PDF]

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Paris, 8-12 Sept. 1975

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Description

2015
175 pp.
(html-format) with internal links between the table of contents pages to each contribution, 1 map, 1 diagram, 4 tables, acoustic documents: 23 audio recordings of conference discussions (altogether 24 hrs 6’ and single contributions 97 ‘ 52”) + DVD-ROM

Text language(s): English, French

The present volume is a selection of the papers presented during the 1st International Conference on Cushitic Languages, Paris, 8-12 September 1975. Some thirty scholars gathered, coming from several African, European and American countries: Djibouti, Ethiopia, and Sudan (where these languages are spoken), Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, United Kingdom, and United States. The conference rested ignored, and the issues have never been announced since now: due to a lack of funds, the contributions are published only now, 40 years after the conference has been held.

The papers are grouped thematically, in order to underline the consistency of the debates that took place during the meeting. Moreover, mp3-audio files that contain 24 hours and 6 minutes of the public presentations are presented on the DVD. Furthermore, and original con­tributions of scholars amounting to 97 minutes are attached to the texts.

CONTENTS

Introduction:
Communication de François Enguehard (Aresæ) à la 5ème Conférence internationale sur les langues couchitiques et omotiques (Paris, 16-18 avril 2008)

I Linguistics

Karel Petráček:
Problèmes de linguistique

Hans-Jürgen Sasse†:
The Extension of Macro-Somali

Hailee Fidaa:
Linguistique – Communication

Chaim Rabin:
Problems of Cushitic-Semitic Etymology

II Literature (Texts)

Karel Petráček:
Problèmes de la littérature comparée en Afrique du Nord et Nord-Est

Derar Saleh Derar:
Comments on Cushitic Literatures 1940-1975 by Dr B.W. Andrzejewski

Alessandro Triulzi:
Some observations on Dr B.W. Andrzejewski’s report on the literature of Cushitic-speaking peoples

Andrzej Zaborski†:
Remarks on: B.W. Andrzejewski’s Cushitic Literatures (1940-1975) – a survey

Derar Saleh Derar:
Mahmoud El-Falaj, a Beja Poet (1860 s)

III Ethnology – Sociology (Texts)

Ioan M. Lewis†:
The Cushitic-speaking peoples – a jig-saw puzzle for social anthropologists

Andrzej Zaborski†:
Remarks on The Cushitic-speaking peoples – a jig-saw puzzle for social anthropologists by I.M. Lewis

Alessandro Triulzi:
Some observations on Prof. I.M. Lewis’s Report on the ethnography of Cushitic-speaking peoples

Hans-Jürgen Sasse†:
Remarks on Prof. Lewis’s Report on Ethnology and Sociology

Paul T.W. Baxter†:
An Arssi women’s neighbourhood festival – atete

Derar Saleh Derar:
A note on The Beja Tribes in the Sudan

IV History (Texts)

Eike Haberland†:
Notes on the History of the Southern Ethiopian Peoples

Paul T.W. Baxter†:
A note on Prof. Haberland’s paper

Derar Saleh Derar:
Comments on the paper on The History of the Southern Ethiopian Peoples by Prof. E. Haberland

Hassan Mohamed Salih:
Comments on Prof. Haberland’s and Prof. Lewis’s Reports

Abdallah Mohamed Kamil:
Les Afars sont les descendants des Adals

Michel Perret:
Notes sur le rapport du Prof. Haberland (Histoire)

Alessandro Triulzi:
Some remarks on Prof. Haberland’s Notes on the History of the Southern Ethiopian Peoples

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