Tigre Studies in the 21st Century – Tigre-Studien im 21. Jahrhundert

ISBN 978-3-89645-682-3

Tigre Studies in the 21st Century – Tigre-Studien im 21. Jahrhundert

Edited by: Rainer Voigt. With a preface by: Rainer Voigt. With contributions by: Maria Bulakh, Bogdan Burtea, Hatem Elliesie, Nicole Hirt, Mohammed-Ali Ibrahim, Saleh Mahmud Idris, Paolo Marrassini †, Abdulkader Saleh Mohammad, Stefan Sienell, Roswitha Stiegner, Tesfay Tewolde, Rainer Voigt, Andrzej Zaborski †. Series edited by: Rainer Voigt, Hatem Elliesie.

Series: Studien zum Horn von Afrika Volume 2

2015
12 pp. Roman, 243 pp.
With English abstracts. 1 facsimile reproduction, numerous tables and charts
Text language(s): English, German
Format: 170 x 240 mm
690 g
Hardcover
€ 48.00

CONTENTS

Vorwort des Herausgebers

Hatem Elliesie / Stefan Sienell / Roswitha Stiegner / Bogdan Burtea:
Der Littmann-Nachlass im Archiv der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

Language and literature / Sprache und Literatur

Maria Bulakh:
The prefix ʾat- in Tigre

Bogdan Burtea:
Anmerkungen zur Palatalisierung im Tigre

Paolo Marrassini (†):
Linguistic stratification in Tigre

Tesfay Tewolde:
Relations between verb types and internal plurals in North Abyssinian Semitic

Rainer Voigt:
The development of Tigre literature

Andrzej Zaborski (†):
Notes on Tigre-Beja interference

Society, traditions and institutions / Gesellschaft, Tradition und Institutionen

Abdulkader Saleh Mohammad / Nicole Hirt:
Conflict resolution and customary law in contemporary Eritrea – case studies of the Saho community

Hatem Elliesie:
Social construct and system in Tigre tradition – a contribution to Eritrean customary law

Mohammed-Ali Ibrahim:
Rabʿat – The Tigre traditional youth organization

Saleh Mahmud Idris:
The Tigre and their traditional beliefs and superstitions – a socio-linguistic survey

Index / Register


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