|Name||Job title||Department||Role||Research interests|
|Gladys Ajaelo||Lecturer||African American Studies||African Language Specialist, Faculty||
Igbo; African language pedagogy.
|Larry Hyman||Linguistics||Phonology; Tonal Geometry; Bantu Languages; Comparative Bantu On-Line Dictionary (CBOLD)||African Language Specialist, Faculty||
Genetic & developmental basis of mammalian skeletal variation and evolution
|Sharon Inkelas||Professor||Linguistics||African Language Specialist, Faculty||
Phonology, Syntax, Hausa, Bantu Languages.
|Peter Jenks||Associate Professor||Linguistics||African Language Specialist, Faculty||
the syntax-semantics interface in Thai; the syntax, morphology, and phonology of Moro, a Kordofanian language; nominal syntax of Basaá, a Bantu language of Cameroon.
|David Kyeu||Lecturer||African American Studies||African Language Specialist, Faculty||
Swahili; African language pedagogy
|Sam Mchombo||Associate Professor||African American Studies||African Language Specialist, Faculty||
Interaction between quantification & verb morphology as well as the relation between morphological structure & logical form in African languages; the theory of lexical-functional grammar; Democratic transitions.
|Hannah Sande||Assistant Professor||Linguistics||African Language Specialist, Faculty||
Sande's research focuses on Kru languages, especially Guébie (Côte d'Ivoire). She has also worked with speakers of Ebrié and Ga (Kwa), Nouchi (urban youth language, Côte d'Ivoire), Dafing (Mande, Burkina Faso), Amharic (Semitic, Ethiopia), Nobiin (Nilotic, Sudan), and Moro (Kordofanian,...