Category Archives: Games

Children’s toys in Baskeet

Like in most places in rural areas of Ethiopia, Baskeet children have to be content with self-made toys from stones, sticks, bamboo rods, wires and other little things that are thrown away or not of much other use. With this … Continue reading

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The shared multifunctionality (or polysemy) of grammatical elements across Ethiopian languages has been the topic of a research project that I carried out in the months before I started my Baskeet documentation project. I was (and still am) especially interested … Continue reading

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