Lieven L. Litaer

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Lieven Litaer in 2012

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Lieven Litaer in Klingon disguise 2011
Lieven L. Litaer (Klingon name Quvar valer, born 1980) discovered Star Trek in 1991, and became a Klingonist in 1995. He was born in Belgium, but has been living in Germany most of his life. He holds the KLCP rank of po'wI' (expert). In 2013, Lieven was responsible for the correction of the awfully translated German Klingon Dictionary. Since he started his YouTube Channel, he is known in the web as the "Klingon Teacher from Germany". In summer 2017, he has published the first Klingon textbook entitled "Klingonisch für Einsteiger" (Klingon for Beginners).

Serving the KLI

Lectures

Starting in 2009, Litaer has held lectures at several Sci-Fi-Conventions but also at universities and museums, among them:

Translations

Klingon language Projects

Appearance on Television

During his mission on teaching the Klingon language, Lieven has appeared in some television shows in Germany:

See also

References

1 : http://klingon.wikia.com - The Klingon Encyclopedia

Beginners' Grammarian of the KLI
1. Barbara Dobelbower • 2. d'Armond Speers • 3. Will Martin • 4. Randall Franklin • 5. Alan Anderson • 7. David Trimboli • 8. Robyn Stewart • 9. Eric Andeen • 10. Tad Stauffer • 11. Roger Cheesbro • 12. Lieven L. Litaer • 13. Scott Willis • 14. Rhona Fenwick • 15. Terrence Donnelly • 16. John Harness

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Category: People    Latest edit: 12 Feb 2018, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 03 Mar 2014 by LieVen
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