Ecling endangered Caucasian Languages in Georgia Interim report



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ECLING Endangered Caucasian Languages in Georgia

  • Interim report

  • 16.4.2003


ECLING Languages

  • Tsova-Tush (Batsbi)

    • Affiliation: NE-Caucasian, Nakh
    • Location: Zemo-Alvani (Tushetia, NE-Georgia)
    • Number of speakers: less than 1000, all bilingual with Georgian


ECLING Languages

  • Udi

    • Affiliation: NE-Caucasian, Lezgian
    • Location: Oktomberi (Kakhetia, E-Georgia)
    • Number of speakers: less than 200 speakers, all bilingual with Georgian


ECLING Languages

  • Svan

    • Affiliation: SE-Caucasian (Kartvelian)
    • Dialects: Upper-Bal, Lower-Bal, Lashkh, Cholur, Lentekh
    • Locations: Svaneti (NW-Georgia), Bolnisi region (S-Georgia)
    • Number of speakers: ca. 30,000, all bilingual with Georgian


ECLING Teams

  • Frankfurt:

    • Jost Gippert
    • Manana Tandaschwili
    • Svetlana Ahlborn
  • Munich:

    • Wolfgang Schulze
    • Arnd Sölling


ECLING Teams

  • Tbilisi: Tsova-Tush team:

    • Maia Machavariani
    • Bela Shavkhelishvili
    • Donanna Dingashvili
  • Tbilisi: Svan team:

    • Iza Chantladze
    • Rusudan Ioseliani
    • Medea Saghliani
  • Tbilisi: Ethnological advisor:

    • Roland Topchishvili


Collected Recordings (as of 31.3.2003)



Collected Recordings (as of 31.3.2003)

  • Udi

    • 1.2 hrs. video & audio recordings
    • digitized by MPI
    • IMDI metadata structure provided
    • monological & dialogical texts
    • narratives, explanations of every-day life & environment, historical accounts
    • 3 texts fully transcribed
    • 90 sentences fully analyzed


Collected Recordings (as of 31.3.2003)

  • Svan

    • 7 hrs. video & audio recordings
    • 4 hrs. digitized by MPI
    • IMDI metadata structure in process
    • monological & dialogical texts
    • narratives, explanations of every-day life & environment, historical accounts, legends, toasts; musical ballads AVI / MPG
    • 5 texts fully transcribed
    • 70 sentences fully analyzed


Text transcription and analysis

  • Raw transcription (Shoebox format): Svan



Text transcription and analysis



Text transcription and analysis

  • Basic dictionary (Shoebox format): Svan, Udi



IMDI Data Structure

  • General structure: Udi



IMDI Data Structure

  • Monological and dialogical data structure: Udi



IMDI Data Structure

  • Monological and dialogical data structure: Tsova-Tush



IMDI Data Structure

  • Elicitation and non-linguistic data: Tsova-Tush



Publications

  • Provisional Project Web Page

    • http://titus.fkidg1.uni-frankfurt.de/ecling/ecling.htm
  • Historical and ethnological description of the Svan speaking areas (R. Topchishvili; manuscript, 99 pp.)

  • Svan sample text in:

      • Kartvelologiuri krebuli I, Tbilisi 2002, 121-128


Requirements



Requirements

  • Adaptation of annotation systems to language-specific requirements (Example: Svan)



Requirements

  • Adaptation of annotation systems to language-specific requirements (Example: Udi)



Requirements

  • Adaptation of annotation systems to code-switching (multilingual speakers; example: Udi) AVI / MPG



Prospects

  • Material to be recorded (2nd year):

    • Tsova-Tush:
      • Dialogical texts
      • Recordings in natural environment
      • Elicitation of special terminology


Prospects

  • Material to be recorded (2nd year):

    • Udi:
      • Dialogical texts
      • Historical texts
      • Elicitation of special terminology


Prospects

  • Material to be recorded (2nd year):

    • Svan:
      • Extension of dialectal basis (Cholur)
      • Recordings in traditional environment (Upper / Lower Svanetia)
      • Elicitation of special terminology



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