In my post on the use of racial analogies to describe the speakers of languages in Africa, and to relate … Continue reading A short thought, on the false dichotomy of “the African” and “the African languages”
It is time that we examine the constructs that make us think of the difference between the languages of “black, sub-Saharan Africa” and “non-black, Saharan Africa”. Continue reading The non-existence, of a relationship between language and racial analogies in Africa
I’ve come to realize that while I feel I’ve explained my approach to Semitic well, I don’t think I actually have. So here’s some clarity. Continue reading Before I continue posting
Actually, most of anything I realize is entirely accidental and for the most part based on previous “revelations” I have … Continue reading Cushitic dispersal: a possible new model?
I haven’t updated, with reason of course. Continue reading On the topics of future posts