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Junker’s Yaghnōbī Studien June 20, 2011

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The first monographical account on the Yaghnob valley and the Yaghnobi Language by Heinrich Franz Josef Junker:

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Yaghnobi-Czech Dictionary May 9, 2011

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ЯҒНОБӢ•ЧЕХӢ ЛУҒАТ яғнобӣ ‎зивоки дастури феҳрастипӣ

JAGHNÓBSKO•ČESKÝ SLOVNÍK ‎s přehledem jaghnóbské gramatiky

(Yaghnobi-Czech Dictionary with an overview of Yaghnobi grammar) (more…)

Yaghnobi Language on Facebook November 15, 2010

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If you are interested in the Yaghnobi language, please join the Facebook group Яғнобӣ зивок (Yaghnobi Language / Забони яғнобӣ).

A. Gunya – Yaghnob Valley July 21, 2010

Posted by آستان in Agriculture, Central Asia, Ethnolinguistics, Geography, Geology, History, Tajikistan, Yaghnobi.
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Link for a book of A. Gunya – Yagnob valley – Nature, History, and Changes of a Mountain Community Development in Tajikistan, Moscow 2002.

The Ethnolinguistic Vitality of Yaghnobi July 17, 2010

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A survey on Yaghnobi published on the SIL website – SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2010-017: The ethnolinguistic vitality of Yaghnobi by Daniel Paul, Elisabeth Abbess, Katja Müller, Calvin Tiessen and Gabriela Tiessen.

Bogolyubov’s Yaghnobi Language from The Languages of the USSR March 17, 2010

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Here you can download Bogolyubov’s article on the Yaghnobi Language form the book The Languages of the USSR – Михаил Николаевич Боголюбов: Ягнобский язык. In: В. В. Виноградов (ed.): Языки народов СССР. Том первый: Индоевропейские языки. Москва (: Наука), 1966, p. 342-361. (45 MB)

Areas populated by the Yaghnobis in Tajikistan September 18, 2009

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Main areas populated by Yaghnobi speakers in Tajikistan

Main areas populated by Yaghnobi speakers or by people of Yaghnobi origin in Tajikistan

Nawa Sol nuborak vot! – A Yaghnobi New Year’s Song December 1, 2008

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Here you can hear a Yaghnobi New Year’s song “Náwa Sṓl nubṓrak vṓt!” (more…)

Aspects of Yaghnobi Grammar – Thesis Finished! July 21, 2008

Posted by Bahrom in Endangered Languages, Linguistics, Orthography, Syntax, Tajikistan, Yaghnobi.
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In December of last year I submitted my thesis on Yaghnobi grammar to the graduate school of the University of Oregon. After serveral rounds of review and revision, the thesis was accepted. Printed copies are available in the U of O Knight Library and the Linguistics departmentLibrary. I have also uploaded a down-loadable copy  to this blog. Many thanks for all the critique, suggestions, and comments. I have incorporated all of your feedback in one way or another to make this a much better description of Yaghnobi grammar. (more…)

Draft of Aspects of Yaghnobi Grammar November 5, 2007

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Today I submitted a draft of my MA thesis, Aspects of Yaghnobi Grammar, to my thesis review committee. I am also posting a copy here. I would appreciate the time any of you may take to read this draft and value any comments that you might make. There are still some issues with formatting, hopefully these won’t distract you from the content. (more…)

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