The Riffian Tamazight (Berber) is the language of an estimated 2 to 3 million people in Morocco. The language is spoken in the central and eastern part of the Rif, an area from which many people emigrate. Riffian therefore also plays a major role in the Moroccan diaspora in Europe. In this lecture Dr. Khalid Mourigh, researcher at the Meertens Institute and Berberologist, will place the Riffian within the context of the Berber language family, and talk about the development of the language in Morocco and the Netherlands and the interactions between them.
Your speaker: Dr. Khalid Mourigh
Your moderator: Diederik Burgersdijk/Lieke Rademakers
This lecture is in Dutch, and will take place on 17 March 2023, at Muiderstraat 24. You can register below.
If you’re a (higher education) student, the ticket price is only 5 euros. Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 17 March 2023