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The Gothenburgian Iká Sessions

Participants Pontus Fredriksson, Karl Erland Gadelii, Tore Janson, Jouni Maho, Joseph Onyeche, Christina Thornell, and occasionally others too.

Iká is an Igboid language spoken in southern Nigeria. It belongs to a widespread language family commonly known as Niger-Congo (or, Niger-Kordofanian). To our knowledge, it has yet to be thoroughly described. Thus our wish has been to contribute towards the proper description of this language, and we have aimed at covering phonetics/phonology as well as grammar. Preliminary accounts of various aspects of the language have been presented and discussed in various seminars.

The entire enterprise has now been incorporated into Joseph Onyeche's dissertation project "Change or death? Ongoing change in the Iká language".

Distributed working papers and handouts

  • "Ika verbs" by Pontus Fredriksson. March 4th, 1998. Pp 4.
  • "Ìká grammar" by Karl Erland Gadelii. March 11th, 1998. Pp 4.
  • "Ika lexicon" by Joseph Onyeche. April 1st, 1998. Pp 5.
  • "Notes on nouns and noun phrases in Iká" by Jouni Maho. April 15th, 1998. Pp 17.
  • "Second proposal for phonological analysis of Ika" by Tore Janson. April 29th, 1998. Pp 6.
  • "Notes on verbs in Ìká" by Pontus Fredriksson. May 13th, 1998. Pp 9.
  • "Third proposal for phonological analysis of Ika" by Tore Janson. May 13th, 1998. Pp 5.
  • "Clause structure in Ìká" by Karl Erland Gadelii. May 27th, 1998. Pp 10.
  • "Argument structure in Ìká" by Karl Erland Gadelii. October 22nd, 1998. Pp 5.
  • "Ika verb phrases" by Joseph Onyeche. October 27th, 1998. Pp 3.
  • "Ika tones: first investigation" by Tore Janson. November 25th, 1998. Pp 7, 25 diagrams.
  • "Notes on nouns and noun phrases in Iká" (revised version) by Jouni Maho. January 27th, 1999. Pp 22.
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  • "Ika verb phrases (II)" by Joseph Onyeche. January 27th, 1999. Pp [6-]11.
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