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The Arabic script in Africa [Texte imprimé] : studies in the use of a writing system /

de Mumin, Meikal. (edt.) ; Versteegh, Kees (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XIX-400 p.) : ill., cartes, fac-sim. ; 24 cm.Collection: Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics, ISSN 0081-8461 ; 71Édition: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2014.ISBN: 9789004256798 (rel); 9004256792 (rel); .Contenu: Preface (p.IX) -- List of Contributors (p.XI) -- List of Figures, Tables and Maps (p.XV) -- Introduction (p.1) -- Section I - General Problems of Arabic-Script Based Traditions -- The type and Spread of Arabic Script / Peter T. Daniels (p.25) -- The Arabic Script in Africa: Understudied Literacy / Meikal Mumin (p.41) -- Section II - North Africa -- Preliminary Notes on Tuareg in Arabic Script from Niger / Maarten Kossmann and Ramada Elghamis (p.79) -- Writing 'Shelha' in New Media: Emergent Non-Arabic Literacy in Southwestern Algeria / Lameen Souag (p.91) -- Section III - West Africa -- Olde Kanembu and Kanuri in Arabic script: Phonology through the graphic system / Dmitry Bondarev (p.107) -- Influence of Arabic Poetry on the Composition and Dating of Fulfulde Jihad Poetry in Yola (Nigeria) / Anneke Brredverld (p.143) -- West African Ajami in the New World (Hausa, Fulfude, Mande languages) / Nikolay Dobronravin (p.159) -- Fula and the Ajami Writing System in the Haalpulaar Society of Fuuta Toore (Senegal and Mauritania): A Specific 'Restricted Literacy' / Marie-Eve Humery (p.173) -- Ajami Scripts for Mande Languages / Valentin Vydrin (p199) -- Manding Ajami Samples: Madinka and Bamana / Valentin Vydrin and Gérard Dumestre (p.225) -- West African Scripts and Arabic-Script Orthographies in Socio-Political Context / Andy Warren-Rothlin (p.261) -- Section IV - East Africa -- Chimi:ni in Arabic script: Examples from Brava poetry / Bana Banafunzi and Alessandra Vianello (p.293) -- Swahili Documents form Congo (19th Century): Variation in Orthography / Xavier Luffin (p.311) -- Akhi patia Kalamu: Writing Swahili Poetry in Arabic Script / Clarissa Vierke (p.319) -- Section V - South Africa -- Revisiting al-Qawl al-matin: A Sociolinguistically Engineered Arabic-Afrikaans Text / Muhammed Haron (p.343) -- A Remarkable Document in Arabic-Afrikaans: The Election Pamphlet of 1884 / Kees Versteegh (p365) -- Index (p.381)Sujet RAMEAU: Écriture arabe Actes de congrès | Alphabet arabe Actes de congrès | Arabic language Writing | Arabic alphabetSujet géographique RAMEAU: Afrique Langues Actes de congrès | Africa Languages Thématique: Linguistique, langues Thématique spécifique: Langue | Alphabet | Ecriture Géographique: Afrique Langue: Kanembu | Touareg | Hausa | Mandé | Mandinka | Swahili | Arabic | Kanuri | FulaType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'AmériquesNote: La plupart des textes ont été présentés lors du séminaire TASIA (The Arabic Script in Africa-Diffusion, Usage, Diversity and Dynamics of a Writing System) tenu, les 6 et 7 avril 2010, à l'Université de Cologne, en Allemagne.
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La plupart des textes ont été présentés lors du séminaire TASIA (The Arabic Script in Africa-Diffusion, Usage, Diversity and Dynamics of a Writing System) tenu, les 6 et 7 avril 2010, à l'Université de Cologne, en Allemagne.

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Preface (p.IX) -- List of Contributors (p.XI) -- List of Figures, Tables and Maps (p.XV) -- Introduction (p.1) -- Section I - General Problems of Arabic-Script Based Traditions -- The type and Spread of Arabic Script / Peter T. Daniels (p.25) -- The Arabic Script in Africa: Understudied Literacy / Meikal Mumin (p.41) -- Section II - North Africa -- Preliminary Notes on Tuareg in Arabic Script from Niger / Maarten Kossmann and Ramada Elghamis (p.79) -- Writing 'Shelha' in New Media: Emergent Non-Arabic Literacy in Southwestern Algeria / Lameen Souag (p.91) -- Section III - West Africa -- Olde Kanembu and Kanuri in Arabic script: Phonology through the graphic system / Dmitry Bondarev (p.107) -- Influence of Arabic Poetry on the Composition and Dating of Fulfulde Jihad Poetry in Yola (Nigeria) / Anneke Brredverld (p.143) -- West African Ajami in the New World (Hausa, Fulfude, Mande languages) / Nikolay Dobronravin (p.159) -- Fula and the Ajami Writing System in the Haalpulaar Society of Fuuta Toore (Senegal and Mauritania): A Specific 'Restricted Literacy' / Marie-Eve Humery (p.173) -- Ajami Scripts for Mande Languages / Valentin Vydrin (p199) -- Manding Ajami Samples: Madinka and Bamana / Valentin Vydrin and Gérard Dumestre (p.225) -- West African Scripts and Arabic-Script Orthographies in Socio-Political Context / Andy Warren-Rothlin (p.261) -- Section IV - East Africa -- Chimi:ni in Arabic script: Examples from Brava poetry / Bana Banafunzi and Alessandra Vianello (p.293) -- Swahili Documents form Congo (19th Century): Variation in Orthography / Xavier Luffin (p.311) -- Akhi patia Kalamu: Writing Swahili Poetry in Arabic Script / Clarissa Vierke (p.319) -- Section V - South Africa -- Revisiting al-Qawl al-matin: A Sociolinguistically Engineered Arabic-Afrikaans Text / Muhammed Haron (p.343) -- A Remarkable Document in Arabic-Afrikaans: The Election Pamphlet of 1884 / Kees Versteegh (p365) -- Index (p.381)

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