This Thursday, October 22nd, “Basque-Icelandic and Basque-Canadian Pidgin”: In the XVIth century, Basque whalers travelled to the North Atlantic hunting grounds and developed a simplified way of communication with the native people of Iceland and of North America. They used a basic language called pidgin. Online talk by Siru Laine and Peter Baker, organized by London Basque Society. At 7pm (UK time). Request a link for the online platform writing to: email@example.com. You will need to add name, surname and city/town.