Tuesday , March 28 2017

Tifinagh on Display at California State University

Tifinagh
(Photo by Bill Alkofer/Staff Photographer)

Tifinagh, the Amazigh script used to write Tamazight languages spoken in North Africa is among 15 of the world’s most critically endangered scripts have been carved in wood and currently on display at Salz-Pollak Atrium at California State University Fullerton’s Pollak Library through mid-September. The exhibit is part of a project started in 2009 by Tim Brookes, a professor at Champlain College in Vermont.

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