Workshop on Amazigh Languages

March 21st and 22nd, 2019 at McGill University


McGill linguistics will host a workshop on current issues in Amazigh linguistics, with invited talks by Karim Achab (University of Ottawa), Hamid Ouali (University of Wisconsin, Madison), and Khokha Fahloune (UQAM), as well as short presentations on Kabyle by the students in this semester’s Field Methods course on Kabyle.

Attendance is free and all are welcome! Contact organizer Nico Baier for more information

This workshop is supported by the SSHRC Insight Grant "Agreement and Anti-Agreement Across Languages.""


March 21: Leacock 738 (9:30am to 6pm)

March 22: Room 117, Linguistics Department (10am-12pm)

Invited Speakers

Karim Achab (University of Ottawa)

Diachronic and Synchronic Account of Anti-Agreement in Amazigh Languages (abstract)

Hamid Ouali (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)

On Tense and Aspect in Tamazight (abstract)

Khokha Fahloune (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Retour sur les marqueurs sujet et objet en kabyle (abstract)


You can download the schedule here