Tuesday , March 28 2017

Tifinagh Currently On Display At Endangered Language Exhibition In Vermont

By Tim Brookes

Just in time for International Mother Language Day, I have an exhibition of carvings that has gone up at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont—an exhibition that includes a carving based on Amazigh Tifinagh calligraphy by Madghis Madi. The exhibition consists of the phrase “Mother tongue” in 13 different endangered written or spoken languages. It is open until March 10, and I will be glad to show any visitors around personally.

Meanwhile I urgently need support for my Kickstarter campaign to create a children’s dictionary in endangered languages of Bangladesh. Check it out at kickstarter.com and help if you can.

Tim Brookes

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