3 edition of Studies in Hausa language and linguistics, in honour of F.W. Parsons found in the catalog.
Studies in Hausa language and linguistics, in honour of F.W. Parsons
by Kegan Paul International in association with the International African Institute, Distributed by Routledge Chapman & Hall in London, New York, New York, NY, USA
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Graham Furniss and Philip J. Jaggar.|
|Series||African languages = Langues africaines. Occasional publication ;, no. 3, African languages., no. 3.|
|Contributions||Parsons, F.W. 1908-, Furniss, Graham., Jaggar, Philip J., 1945-, International African Institute.|
|LC Classifications||PL8231 .S78 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||92138722|
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Studies in Hausa language and linguistics, in honour of F.W. Parsons Author: F W Parsons ; Graham Furniss ; Philip J Jaggar ; International African Institute. Studies in Hausa language and linguistics, in honour of F.W.
Parsons / edited by Graham Furniss and Philip J. Jaggar. Format Book Published London ; New York: Kegan Paul International in association with the International African Institute ; New York, NY, USA: Distributed by Routledge Chapman & Hall, Description.
Book Description. First published inthis book is a landmark in the study of one of the major African languages: Hausa. Hausa is spoken by million people, mostly in northern Nigeria, but also in communities stretching from Senegal to the Red Sea.
First published inthis book is a landmark in the study of one of the major African languages: Hausa. Hausa is spoken by million people, mostly in northern Nigeria, but also in communities stretching from Senegal to the Red by: 1.
All about Studies in Hausa: language and linguistics, in honour of F.W. Parsons by F. Parsons. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: F. Parsons. Studies in Hausa: language and linguistics, in honour of F.W.
Parsons 2 copies The Operation of Gender in Hausa: Stabilizer, Dependent Nominals and 2 copies Further Observations on the 'Causative' Grade of the Verb in Hausa 1 copy. tions on Hausa, a major world language spoken mainly in northern Nigeria and the Republic of Niger, and he was generally acknowledged to be the leading Hausa scholar of the post-Second World War era.
Frederick Parsons was born on February 9, After studying Classics at Marlborough College, he went to Magdalen College, Oxford, where he took.
Introduction. Hausa is one of the most widely spoken languages in West Africa, as noted in Kenneth Katzner’s The Languages of the World (London: Routledge, ). Further, Philip J. Jaggar, the author of “Chadic Languages,” published in the Concise Encyclopedia of Languages of the World (Oxford: Elsevier, ), notes that with upward of over thirty million first-language speakers, Hausa.
Studies in Hausa Language and Linguistics furniss graham (curatore); jaggar philip j. (curatore) First published inthis book is a landmark in the study of one of the major African languages: Hausa.
Hausa is spoken by million people, mostly in northern Nigeria, but also in communities stretching from Senegal to the Red Sea. In: Studies in Hausa Language and Linguistics in Honour of F.
Parsons, ed. by Graham Furniss and Phil Jaggar, -XXX. London, New York: Kegan Paul International [ 1 ] To avoid subjectivity, I have refrained from commenting on Záhořík¨s approach to my own publications (other than in connection with data supplied by them).
Studies in Hausa language and linguistics: in honour of F. Parsons. Edited by Graham Furniss and Philip J. Jaggar. Edited by Graham Furniss and Philip J. Jaggar. London ; New York: Kegan Paul International in association with the International African Institute, Language and Linguistics A clear and up-to-date introduction to linguistics, this bestselling textbook addresses the full scope of language, from the traditional subjects of structural linguistics (relating to sound, form, meaning, and language change) to the more specialized subjects of contextual linguistics (including discourse.
Hausa could be taken in a joint degree with history, linguistics, social anthropology (both Furniss and Jaggar combined Hausa with social anthropology) among other subjects. Parsons succeeded Bargery in the late s and was the main Hausa teacher (and Hausaist scholar) when Jaggar and Furniss were learning Hausa in the mid to late onwards.
Afro Asiatic language of northern Nigeria and southern Niger. Hausa, which is spoken by some 31 million people, belongs to the Chadic branch of Afro Asiatic. Outside of Hausaland, communities of Hausa merchants have stimulated the use of Hausa as.
FurnissGraham and JaggarPhilip J. (ed.): Studies in Hausa language and linguistics, in honour of F. Parsons. xxxi, pp. London and New York: Kegan Paul International [and] the International.
Studies in Language Frajzyngier, Zygmunt. Hausa prose writings in ajami by Alhaji Umaru from A. Mischlich/H.
Sölken’s Studies in Hausa language and linguistics. In honour of F.W. Parsons. Graham Furniss and Philip J. Jaggar. London: Kegan Paul. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies Matsushita, Shūji, n.d. Tokyo: Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
Hausago Sokoto hōgen= a basic vocabulary of the Sokoto Hausa (Northern Nigeria). In Studies in Hausa Language and Linguistics. In Honour of F. Parsons, ed. by Graham Furniss and Philip J. Jaggar, pp.
– London: Kegan Paul International. Body parts in Hausa: Comparative data. In Komparative Afrikanistik: Sprach- geschichts- und literaturwissenschaftliche Aufsätze zu Ehren von Hans G.
(ed.) Writings on Hausa Grammar: the Collected Papers of F. Parsons, pp. Ann Arbor, Books on Demand, University Microfilms International. (ed. with Philip J. Jaggar).
Studies in Hausa Language and Linguistics., xxxi+pp. London: Kegan Paul. Hausa is spoken by some 35 million people as a first language and approximately 15 million more as a second language. Paul Newman, a world authority on the Hausa language, draws on two centuries of Hausa linguistic scholarship to provide the most authoritative and detailed grammar of the language.
The aim of the first edition of Language Acquisition was to provide as comprehensive a description and explanation as possible of the changes in the child's language as he or she grows older. In this second edition Paul Fletcher and Michael Garman have the same fundamental aim.
Six years later the field has not changed dramatically, but there have been fruitful theoretical developments - the.i.— Origins and history. Our sources foi the early history of the Hausa are limited to the oral traditions of the folklore and to three chronicles, written at a late date, but purporting to go back to the tenth century A.D.
and certainly themselves ultimately dependant upon this oral tradition.of F W. Parsons, compiled by Constanze Schmaling, Graham Furniss and Philip J.
Jaggar, SOAS Library, is vivid testimony to his extensive knowledge of and interest in a wide swathe of Hausa grammar, and it includes.