A documentation of Kujireray and research into its nominal and verbal derivational morphology
|Collection Status||Collection online|
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Summary of the collection
Kujirerai is a Jola language spoken in the Casamance region of Senegal, spoken by only a few hundred people in the village of Brin and the surrounding area. Although the language is vital within this small community, speaker numbers are dwindling as people migrate to urban areas in search of work. The aims of the project are to document instances of language use within this community, particularly in the domain of the traditional practices involved in wet rice cultivation, and provide a preliminary description of the language paying particular attention to aspects of nominal and verbal morphology.
This collection of recordings of members of the Kujireray speech community contains fables and descriptions of various aspects of life in the village such as rice cultivation, fishing, and construction.
Acknowledgement and citation
To refer to any data from the collection, please cite as follows:
Watson, Rachel. 2012. A documentation of Kujireray and research into its nominal and verbal derivational morphology. Endangered Languages Archive. Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/2196/00-0000-0000-0002-EB11-0. Accessed on [insert date here].