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23. April 2021, von AAI Webmaster
The Hamburg Society for Thai Studies and the Department for Languages and Cultures of Southeast Asia invite you to an online lecture on Friday, April 23rd, 2021, at 14.00.
The lecture's topic will be the Ariyaka script, one of the most recently invented wiring systems in Thailand, and its origins in the Mon script.
We are delighted to welcome Shinnakrit Tangsiriwattanakul, a Ph. D Student in linguistics at Ohia State University and a special lecturer at Chulalongkorn University as our guest.
The lecture will be in English and via Zoom. For more information and the zoom link, please refer to our flyer (PDF).
Special thanks to the Hamburg Society for Thai Studies for the cooperation and organisation.
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