Of walnuts and werewolves: Learning Occitan by doing something else

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May 16, 2019

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On two different weekends in early 2019, I found myself at the same café in Toulouse, engaging in some rather diverse pastimes: whipping up homemade aioli on the first occasion, and solving supernatural murders on the second. The link between this improbable series of events? Why, Occitan, of course! Perhaps some context could be of use here. The café was La Topina, a newly reopened Occitan cultural café-restaurant aiming to create a space in which Occitan thrives as a language of cuisine, cu...

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