// Surgada d’awdooyateh
We have a few different types of circle types. Select the one that interests you (whether its for a dialect you already know, or want to learn) and register through the eventbrite tool to save your virtual seat. Looking forward to meeting you soon!
As we get closer to the end of each Season (aqma), you will see a lot of events have ended. Not to worry, a new Season begins every three months — we’ll start Season 8 in January 2022 with a fresh calendar — subscribe on our homepage if you’d like the new calendar delivered to your inbox.
Convert all of the event times below into your own timezone using http://www.timeanddate.com.
(La’za Madinkhaya — Modern Standard Assyrian // Lishana Daraya Mkhaida)
Sign up on the Eastern Dialect Circles Eventbrite page.
Circle Leads, Key Dates, and the Topics:
- Robina Lajin — TBA
- Ramsin Youkana — TBA
- Diana Atureta (all times are in the Eastern timezone in Toronto — please convert the time into your timezone using www.timeanddate.com).
- Speak-with-a-teacher circle, with guest Rabi Anwar Atto
- Assyrian and French circle
- (This is a circle where French is used as the translation language rather than English) — in collaboration with Fédération Assyrienne de France
- Save your seat by registering on the Eventbrite page.
Western Dialect (La’zo ma’irboyo)
Request a dialect-focused circle (select from drop-down list)
Guests & Collaborations
This is a group discussion and debrief on Dr Mariam’s speech at the Assyrian Policy Institute Conference 2020 centered on Assyrian indigeneity and related topics.
Date will be confirmed soon.
Sign up on the Assyrian Poetry Circle Eventbrite page.
Sun December 12th @ 1-2pm ET (Toronto time).
Resources // Mabboo’eh
Now launched. Download the Beginners’ Guide and find a full page of Assyrian language resources included.
If you have recommendations for what our list should include, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Assyrian Circles Beginner’s Guide helps you easily participate in Assyrian Circles events as well as everyday Assyrian conversations.
Created in the Eastern dialect in July 2021. We aim to create one in the Western dialect soon.
If you’d like to help us make improvements or help us build the Western resource, please email at email@example.com.
Let’s make Shlama the first word we say to other Assyrians, rather than hi.