LCS Postgraduate Researcher Sophiko Daraselia has published two new corpus-based dictionaries: a Georgian-Abkhazian-English Frequency Dictionary and Georgian-Ossetian-English Frequency Dictionary. The work has been carried out in collaboration with the State Language Department of Georgia. The dictionaries include 3,500 entries representing the most frequently used modern Georgian words translated into Abkhazian, Ossetian and English languages. The...
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The Kartvelian and Caucasian Studies research satellite at the University of Leeds welcomes visiting scholar Eter Churadze from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia. Eter Churadze is a Postgraduate researcher. Her research focuses on literary translation problems, particularly on the complexities of form maintenance of Hemingway’s short stories in the course of translating into Georgian. During...
Sophiko Daraselia, PhD student at the University of Leeds and leader of the L@L research satellite on Kartvelian and Caucasian languages, was interviewed live on the most popular Georgian TV about her research and about the University of Leeds. Here’s a link to the interview – in Georgian! https://www.imedi.ge/ge/video/15196/tsarmatebuli-qartveli-studentebi-britanetshi
Laz Study Group. The Laz language is spoken by about 200,000 people on the Black Sea coast of Turkey.
The School of Language, Cultures and Societies at the University of Leeds invites you to join its Laz Study Group, to be led by İsmail Mesut Sezgin, a native speaker of Laz. If you are interested, please contact Prof. James Dickins: J.Dickins@leeds.ac.uk