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Friday, October 25 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Language Endangerment in Africa

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  • Language Endangerment and Loss: Why Africa Has Not Experienced Them Like the Americas and Australia (Salikoko Mufwene)
  • Plural Suffixes in Tagoi, a Highly Endangered Kordofanian Language (Abeer Bashir)
  • Language documentation: a view from the Tanzanian Rift Valley (Andrew Harvey)
  • Stemming digital extinction of African languages: African Language Technology Research and Development (Wanjiku Nganga)
  • A Deadly Hug: the endangerment of languages of Southern Ethiopia and Northern Kenya by Borana (Kenneth Ngure)

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Benjamin Lawrance

Chief Editor, University of Arizona

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Salikoko Mufwene

Professor of Linguistics; Interim Faculty Director, Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, University of Chicago
I do evolutionary linguistics, including the phylogenetic emergence of languages in mankind, language speciation (especially in European American and African colonies, e.g., the case of creoles), language endangerment and loss.

Andrew Harvey

University of Leiden

Friday October 25, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
USIU Business School LT2 USIU Road, Nairobi, Kenya

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