Møde med Agron Dalipaj den 26. oktober 2023 kl. 19.00
Kære medlem af Dansk-Albansk Forening (DAF), kommende medlem og andre med interesse for albansk sprog og kultur.
Torsdag den 26. oktober 2023 kl. 19.00 – ca. 21.00 kan du møde Agron Dalipaj som er passioneret omkring lingvistik og det albanske sprog’s oprindelse.
Han er en meget omdiskuteret person, da han (meget kort fortalt) mener, at de fleste andre sprog udspringer af albansk.
Agron Dalipaj vil primært tale om sin sprogteori. Da han tidligere har beskræftiget sig med det albanske erhvervsliv, vil han også kunne spørges ind til dette.
Sted: Economical Aps, Co/ Regus, Lautruphøj 1, 2750 Ballerup. (Gode P-muligheder.)
Agron Dalipaj vil tale på albansk, og der bliver oversat til dansk eller engelsk.
OBS: Kender du nogen som vil være rigtig god til at oversætte, så skriv meget gerne dit forslag til os.
Der kræves tilmelding til mødet: Du tilmelder dig her på DAFs hjemmeside: https://albanske.dk/kontakt-os/
Med venlig hilsen
Om Agron Dalipaj:
Agron Dalipaj was born on August 30, 1963, in Këlcyrë, Albania. He completed his higher education studies in finance and economics at ILB Tirana in 1987.
In 1993, he founded the Chamber of Commerce in Përmet and led it until 1998. From 1998 to 2009, he emigrated to Greece.
In the year 2000, he opened the first Albanian-language bookstore in Athens and published the biweekly newspaper “Iliria” until 2006, where he also authored a series of articles. In 2009, he returned to Albania and settled in Pogradec. That same year, he began studying philology with a specialization in linguistics at F.S. Noli University in Korçë. During his studies, he published several articles on Albanian linguistic studies, including one in which he criticized the etymological work of the Albanologist E. Çabej, titled “Etymological Studies in the Albanian language,” and refuted his theories.
Due to his academic opposition to conventional theory, he was permanently expelled from the university in March 29, 2013, with a decision from the rectorate, citing reasons of being “anti-national, undermining the Albanian language, and denigrating prominent figures in Albanian linguistics.” He was arrested three times within the university campus, with the final arrest being overturned by the Supreme Court, resulting in his reinstatement. In 2014, he received his degree in linguistics from the university from which he had been permanently expelled.
In 2016, he published the first etymological dictionary, “Cosmic Language,” and subsequently published dictionaries such as “Greek: A Daughter of Albanian,” “Pseudo-Orientalisms in the Albanian Language,” “Italian and Latin from the Perspective of Albanian,” and “Myths and the Origin of Their Language.”
Since 2010, he has been invited on various Albanian television channels to participate in linguistics-related programs, and has contributed to several television documentaries on linguistics. His books have been submitted for peer review to the Academy of Sciences in Tirana and various universities in Albania, but he has never received a response.
Dalipaj is the author of the “Embryomorpheme Theory,” which deconstructs the classical morpheme into embryo morphemes, thus overturning the morphology of Indo-European languages. He presents a common table of embryo morphemes similar to Mendeleev’s Periodic Table for chemical elements.
Dalipaj is the most sought-after and best-selling author of scientific books in Albanian-speaking regions, and he has turned his Facebook page into a large community where his 26,000 followers discuss etymology.
Redaksia, diplomacia. dk nuk e merr përgjegjësinë për pikëpamjet e autorit në shkrimin e botuar!