March 23-26, 2016, the Department of Linguistics at UC Berkeley will host the 47th meeting of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. The conference will focus on all aspects of African linguistics, from linguistic description to theoretical analysis and historical reconstruction.
G. Tucker Childs (1948-2021) received his PhD in Linguistics in 1988. His dissertation was The phonology and morphology of Kisi. Tucker helped to run the African language program in its early days while he was a student.
Research Interests: Phonology; Tonal Geometry; Bantu Languages; Comparative Bantu On-Line Dictionary (CBOLD)
Research Interests: Phonology, Syntax, Hausa, Bantu Languages.
Research Interests: the syntax-semantics interface in Thai and the syntax, morphology, and phonology of Moro, a Kordofanian language;nominal syntax of Basaá, an Bantu language of Cameroon.