MAARTEN KOSSMANN PDF

Maarten Kossmann, Universiteit Leiden, African Linguistics/LUCL Department, Faculty Member. Studies Berber linguistics, Oral literature, and Songhay. Berber sprookjes uit Noord-Marokko (opge- tekend door Abdelkader Bezzazi, uit het Berber vertaald en uitgeleid door Maarten Kossmann). Amsterdam: Bulaaq. A reconstruction of the system of verb aspects in proto-Berbero-Semitic – Volume 81 Issue 1 – Maarten Kossmann, Benjamin D. Suchard.

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Maarten Kossmann

Pharyngealization and the vowel system of Tasawaq Northern Songhay more. The Kalahari Basin area: On the basis of an analysis of special negative relative forms, such as still attested in a number of Berber languages, it is proposed that the kossmxnn negative construction consisted of an inflected verb expressing negation, followed by a verbal noun providing lexical information.

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Home Maarten Mous Maarten Mous Professor of African Linguistics african languages african linguistics bantu cushitic language and identity urban studies youth languages Name Prof. DeixisBerber studiesNarrative styleBerber linguisticsLinguistique berbereand Afroasiatic linguistics.

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Parlers et pratiques sociales et culturelles. Language Contact and Language Change in Africa. A grammar sketch based on the materials published by Jacques Lanfry in the s and s. maargen

The uses of pre- and postverbal lexical subjects. Derivational gender in Moroccan Berber: In press-e with Lameen Souag. On word order in Figuig Berber narratives: Argument reference in the Ebang verbal complex Heiban, Kordofanian.

The history of the focus marker d in Jijel Arabic Algeria more. Historical LinguisticsBerber studies kossmanb, Berber linguisticsLinguistique berbereand Afroasiatic linguistics. Mena Lafkioui und Vermondo Brugnatelli eds.

Grammatical notes on klssmann Berber dialect of Igli Sud oranais, Algeria pre-publication version more. The songs are produced in Nador Morocco and sung in Tarifiyt Berber. Berber studiesBerber historical linguisticsBerber linguisticsand Afroasiatic linguistics. An Introduction to Tarifiyt Berber Nador. While the most common collocation is with “zetten” ‘to put’, many other verbs can be used. Bio Maarten Kossmann is specialised in Berber, a language group rooted in northern Africa kossmnan the Sahara desert.

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Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika, 14 p. Peeters Louvain-la-Neuve Publication Date: Completed PhD supervision the co-promotores mentioned are the main supervisors: Martin Haspelmath und Uri Tadmor eds.

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Maarten Mous

Before that I worked at Bayreuth University and several I colleges hogescholen. I am working on the history of the South Cushitic languages and on a typological overview of Cushitic. Georg Ziegelmeyer und Norbert Cyffer eds. His dissertation Leiden was a linguistic description of Figuig Berber in eastern Morocco, a region that has been a focus of his interest ever since.

My research on Cushitic languages consists of the description of aspects of grammar, lexicon and verbal arts of Iraqw TanzaniaAlagwa TanzaniaKonso Ethiopia and Somali.

Maarten Mous – Leiden University

Rivista degli Studi Orientali, Essais sur des variations dialectales et autres articles. A solid linguistic analysis may seem straightforward but constantly requires openness to the unexpected. I was director of the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics from to On the origin of the negative aspectual stems in Berber more.

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