Last updated 16 March 2014

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HIGHLAND EAST CUSHITIC

Grover Hudson
Michigan State University

Highland East Cushitic (HEC) is a group of Afroasiatic East Cushitic languages spoken by peoples numbering several million in south-central Ethiopia (and Burji also in Kenya). Principal among these are, from north to south, Hadiyya, Kambaata, Sidaama, Gede'o, and Burji, grouped thus:  ((Hadiyya, Kambaata), (Sidaama, Gede'o)), Burji). A named variety mutually intelligible with Kambaata is T'imbaaro, and, more divergent, are Kambaata-like varieties Alaaba and K’abeena (Qabeena). Closely related to but perhaps not mutually intelligible with Hadiyya is Libido (or Marak'o (Maraqo)).

In addition to writings on the HEC languages specifically, this bibliography includes studies of Cushitic, East Cushitic, Ethiopian and general linguistic and anthropological studies which significantly concern Highland East Cushitic languages. Excluded as usually unknown to me are Ethiopian publications in the HEC languages, school-books published in Ethiopia on HEC languages, and unpublished works except for MA and PhD theses and Addis Ababa University senior essays.

For numbers of members Highland East Cushitic ethnic groups and speakers of the languages see Hudson 2012.

If you know of publications on these languages which should be included, please let me know at hudson@msu.edu.

INDEX, works on

Alaaba:  Crass 2003a, Moreno 1939, 1941, Plazikowsky-Brauner 1962, Schneider-Blum 2004, 2006, 2007a/b

Burji:  Amborn 2009, Amborn and Kellner 1999, Banti 1987, 1991, Cerulli 1942, Chiamo 1938, Conti Rossini 1914, Crass 2003b, Hayward 1984b, Kellner 2001, 2006, Leslau 1988, Moreno 1938a, Mude 1969, Sasse 1977, 1982, 1986, Sasse & Straube 1977, C. Wedekind 1985, K. Wedekind 1980, Yilma 1984, Zaborski 1985

Cushitic languages generally with special interest for HEC:  Appleyard 2001, 2012, Banti 1987, Bender 1971, Bender et al, eds. 1976, Blažek 1997, Crass & Meyer 2005, Mous 2012, Plazikowsky-Brauner 1965, Puglielli 1997, Tosco 2000, 2003, Voigt 1996, Zaborski 1987, 1989, 1997a, 1997b, 1998

East Cushitic languages generally with special interest for HEC:  Appleyard 2001, Arvanites 1991, Banti 1991, 1987, Black 1974, 1975, Borelli 1890, Cecchi 1887, Cerulli 1922, 1929, 1933a, 1933b, 1948, Chaine 1913, Cohen 1927, 1947, Conti Rossini 1915, 1927, 1937, Ehret 1987, Fleming 1969, Greenberg 1963, Hayward 1984, Hetzron 1980, Hudson 1988, Leslau 1952a, Meillet & Cohen 1924, Moreno 1938b, Plazikowsky-Brauner 1957, 1958, 1959, 1963, Praetorius 1892, Reinisch 1909, Sasse 1976, 1979, 1980, Tosco 1994, Tucker & Bryan 1956, 1966, Zaborski 1975, 1983, 1986

Ethiopian languages generally with special interest for HEC:  Appleyard 2001, Bender et al, eds. 1976, Blench 2007, Conti Rossini 1913, Conti Rossini 1937, Crass 2006, Crass & Meyer 2005, 2008, 2009, Crass, Girma, Meyer and Wetter 2005, Hudson 2012, König 2008, Leslau 1945, 1952a, 1959, Rossel 2007, Tosco 1994, Treis 2012

Gede'o:  Asebe 2007, Eyob 2006, 2111, Gasparini 1994, Lulseged 1981, Moreno 1937, Tadesse 2005, Teffera 1984, Tesfaye 2007, Voigt 2005, K. Wedekind 1978, 1980, 1985, 1990

Hadiyya:  Bender et al eds. 1976, Braukämper 1980, Braukämper and Mishago 1999, British & Foreign Bible Society 1935, Bustorf 2006, Crass 2005b, Denberu et al 1994, Dolgopolskii 1973, Grenstedt 2000, Haile 1973, Hudson 1976b, Korhonen, Sakas, and Sim 1986, Leslau 1985, Moges 1984, Perritt 1993, 2000, Peter 1992, 1998, Plazikowsky-Brauner 1957, 1960, 1961, 1964, Sim, M. 1988, Sim, R. 1985, 1988a, 1988b, 1991, Sim and Korhonen 1984, Stinson 1965, 1976

HEC languages as a group:  Abebe 1985, Abebe et al 1985, Bender 1971, 1974, Bender & Cooper 1974, Blench 2007, Borelli 1890, Braukämper 1973, Cecchi 1887, Cerulli 1925, 1929, 1933b, Cohen 1927, Conti Rossini 1915, Crass 2007c, 2012, 2013, Crass and Meyer 2005, Dolgopolskii 1973, Eshetu 2010, Hayward 1997, Hudson 1976a, 1981, 1988, 1989, 2005, 2007a, 2007b, Korhonen et al 1986, Leslau 1952a, 1959, 1980, Moreno 1938b, 1938c, Plazikowsky-Brauner 1957, 1958, 1959, 1963, 1965, Sasse 2003, Sim 1988, Tosco 1996, Treis 2012b, Tucker & Bryan 1966, K. Wedekind 1990

Kambaata:  Berhanu 1986, Braukämper 1983, Cerulli 1971, Crass 2001, Crass and Treis 2007, Grenstedt 2000, Kawachi 2011a, Korhonen, Sakas, and Sim 1986, Leslau 1952b, 1956, Markos 1986, Mathewos 1986, Matthews 2003, Moreno 1939, Sheleme 1989, Sim, M. 1985, 1988, Treis 2005a/b, 2006, 2007a/b/c, 2008a/b/c, 2010a/b, 2011a/b, 2012a/b/c, 2014, Wolde Selassie 1984

K’abeena (Qabeena):  Alemtsehay 1988, Crass 2001, 2003c, 2005a, 2007a/b, Crass and Meyer 2001, Crass, Girma, Meyer, and Wetter 2005, Fekede 1988, 2007, Moges 2005, Mous 2007, Shimeles 1988

Libido / Marak'o:  Crass 2007a/d, Denberu et al 1994

Sidaama:  Abebe 1982, 1985, Anbessa 1984, 1987a, 1987b, 2000, 2002, 2007, 2012a/b, British & Foreign Bible Society 1933, Brøgger 1986, Cerulli 1925, 1938, Ethiopian Bible Society 1984, Gasparini 1978, 1983, Hamer 1978, 1987, Leslau 1959, Karsten 1968, Kawachi 2007a/b, 2008, 2011a/b, 2012a/b, Kawachi 2013, Kawachi and Abebayehu 2012, Lonfernini 1967, 1969a-d, 1971, Moreno 1940, Seba  2003, Senayait 1982, Shimelis Gizaw 1992, 1998, 2000, Sileshi & Yohannis 1995, Simoni 1940, Stanley 1970, Wedekind 1980, Yri 1984, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013

T'imbaaro:  Crass 2001

Bibliography of HEC

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  2. Abebe Gebre-Tsadik. 1985. An overview of the morphological structures of Sidamo verbs, Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere 2: 64-81.
  3. Abebe Gebre-Tsadik, Margaret Sim, Ronald Sim,  Charlotte Wedekind, and Klaus Wedekind. 1985. The morphophonemics of five Highland East Cushitic languages including Burji, Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere 2. Cologne: Institut für Afrikanistik, Universität zu Köln. [on the five languages, includes Abebe 1985 on Sidaama; M. Sim 1985 on Kambaata; R. Sim 1985 on Hadiyya; C. Wedekind 1985 on Burji; and K. Wedekind 1985 on Gede'o]
  4. Alemtsehay Reta. 1988. Kebena verb morphology. Senior essay, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa.
  5. Amborn, Hermann. 2009. Flexibel aus Tradition: Burji in Äthiopien und Kenia. Unter Verwendung der Aufzeichnungen von Helmut Straube, with Explanation of some Cultural Items in English (Aethiopstische Forschungen 71). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. [xvii+327 pp., 4 maps, 18 photos]
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