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Extended ezafe particles in Tor Kurdish
There are a group of unstressed particles in the Kurdish spoken in Tor, which
depending on the kind of the predicate and person, seems to be sensitive to the gender
of the subject and object, and in certain situations can affect the tense of the sentence.The present study investigates these particles based on recordings from the Tor area in Southeastern Turkey and on previous studies.
Workshop on Self-knowledge
"Pronominal clitics across Kurdic varieties: their formal and functional distribution from historical and areal perspectives"
(CANCELLED) Patrick Wallis, London School of Economics
Office for History of Science
Linus Ljungström: PhD Dissertation Project
The Higher Seminar in Literature
”Meeting Sacred Time and Space through Hymnbook-Singing”
Presentation of a draft of a paper to be submitted for the conference "Music and the Sacred"
Post-verbal elements in Balochi
The purpose of the present study is to investigate post-predicate elements in Balochi. The investigation will be based on oral narratives (both folktales and life stories) from three different Balochi dialects spoken in Iran (Sistani Balochi, Barjasteh Delforooz 2010; Koroshi Balochi, Nourzaei et al. 2015; Southern Balochi, Nourzaei 2017).
Seminar "Information war and identity-politics in Estonia and Latvia"
with Vassilis Petsinis (University of Tartu)