1936) is one of the premier Sorbian
writers of our day.
Groups of "potential minority status" (by linguistic or religious characteristics) have, as a rule either been assimilated into the majority population (as the case of Low German and Low Sorbian
speakers) or chosen exodus (the Protestant Polish-speaking Masurians).
She examines the political context of ethnocultural minorities in Europe, theories on language and culture, and the conditions of Gaelic and Sorbian
We follow the explanation presented in Carlton (1990:114), namely *t and *d before *j surfaced as affricates in West Slavic and the change from voiced affricate to [z] in Czech and Sorbian
was a later development.
These languages include: Asturian Faroese Papago Shona Aymara Frisian Provencal Sorbian
Bemba Inuktitut Romany Swazi Blackfoot Kongo Romansch Tongan Cebuano Maori Ruanda Chamorro Maya Samoan Cornish Nahuatl Sepedi
Contract notice: Maintenance, basic and glass cleaning at the school site sorbian
school and community center bautzen.
6 million citizens and residents of Turkish descent; Danish minority in the north, Sorbian
(Slavic) minority in the east; 7.
TALENTS: Anthony Zammit loves both his roles; Pictures by IAN COOPER; COLOURFUL: Sorbian
folk dance group Schmerlitz above and right, and, Romanian dancers Doina Timisului, above right
IN HIS RECENT NOVELLA DIE EINLADUNG, the Sorbian
writer Jurij Brezan revives the figures from and reconnects to his critically acclaimed Hanusch trilogy (Der Gymnasiast, 1958; Das Semester der verlorenen Zeit, 1960; and Mannesjahre, 1964) to thematize and problematize East and West German history, the role of memory, and the German notion of Heimat.
That, in fact, is the way it seemed to be for Lutheran immigrant Mato Kosyk (1853-1940) until it was discovered just recently that the folks back home in Europe--those who bade him farewell in 1883 either with great hopes and dreams or with a reprimand for having abandoned the Sorbian
cause--are now regarding him as their greatest poet and as one of the three greatest Sorbian
writers who ever lived
The production, called Salted, is a project involving eight theatre companies from European minority language communities like the Basque Country, Occitania, Ireland and Sorbian
Slavonic is typically divided into three main branches: East Slavonic, which includes modern-day Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian, West Slavonic (Czech, Slovak, Polish, Cassubian, Lower Sorbian
, and Upper Sorbian
), and South Slavonic (Slovene, Serbo-Croat, Bulgarian, and Macedonian).