(forthcoming)
ISBN 978-3-89645-950-3

Ethnographical Texts in Moroccan Berber (Dialect of Anti-Atlas)

collected by Aki’o Nakano, translated by John Cooper

Compiled by: Aki’o Nakano. Translated by: John Cooper. In collaboration with: Ismail Ilsouk. With a preface by: John Cooper, Aki’o Nakano. Series edited by: Harry Stroomer.

Series: Berber Studies Volume 50

4th quarter 2017
24 pp. Roman, 378 pp.
2 maps, 92 colour photos, 30 b/w photos, index
Text language(s): English
Format: 170 x 240 mm
790 g
Hardcover
Price is not fixed yet.

The texts have been collected, transcribed, and translated during the years from 1977 to 2015. The transcripts from the original editions of the years 1993 to 1995 and the photographs are included in a CD-ROM. The texts comprise the following topics:

1. Food: Life, breakfast, lunch, supper, light snack, meal, bread, porridge, potage, barley mash, maize mash, food made from roasted barley, couscous, grain of couscous, semolina, couscous and whey, couscous with turnip leaves, almond paste, milk / fresh butter / clarified butter, tea, coffee, stew meat, dish of chicken and eggs, tripes, liver and heart, feet, head, brain, canned fish, maize, broad beans, lentil, chick-peas and cow-peas, noodle, potato, onion, carrot, sweet pepper and hot pepper, eggplant, tomato, local salad, turnip, pumpkin, olives, garlic, baby’s foot, meal at a circumcision ceremony, meal at funeral, shepherd’s lunch, lunch in the field, worker’s lunch, meal at home, cigarette / tobacco / hashish, impure food, milk / bread / couscous.

2. Clothes: Women’s winter dress, women’s summer dress, night dress, long shirt, clothes worn at cultivation and harvest time, baby’s clothes, what men war on the head, what women and girls wear on the head, shoes, urban and rural dresses, men’s and women’s dress at the wedding, groom’s and bride's dress at the wedding, bag and dagger, shroud, coranic teacher’s clothes, worn out clothes, ornaments, chest box, ear-piercing, henna, kohl (mineral), hair, shamehair, mustache and beard, bath, washing of clothes, wool, loom, sewer on machine, diseases, popular medicament, serious wound or disease.

3. Habitation: Building of a house, our house in the country, sleeping room, small and large guest room, kitchen, room of barley and room of straw, toilet, rooftop, entrance, windows and doors, how to clean the house, hearth, baking oven, light, bushwood and firewood, place for firewood, charcoal, well, stone wall of the vegetable garden and the courtyard.


Further editions of Berber texts have been published by us in the same series, see the following links:


Accompanying material:

« backPrint version[top]
Back
 
© 2017 by Rüdiger Köppe Verlag