Seminar: Language, Cultural Symbolism, and Values-The Case for an AfroScript, Oct. 28 2011 @ BIEA
The BIEA invites you to a seminar this October on the development of a pan-African writing system. The presentation is scheduled for;
Date: Friday October 28, 2011
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Titled: Language, Cultural Symbolism, and Values-The Case for an AfroScript
This presentation will be given by Phillip Keane, an international educator and linguist whose research interests into ancient African script led to the development of a proto-type African writing system called the AfroScript – a writing system which can be used to write almost any African language.
Phillip has worked in various parts of East Africa, Europe, the Middle East, as well as the Caribbean.
This session will be chaired by Professor Humphrey Ojwang’. Prof. Humphrey is a lecturer at the Institute of African Studies at the University of Nairobi.
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