Côte d'Ivoire

Lindsay Hatch


I am continuing linguistic research and documentation of the Atchan language. Atchan is a Kwa language spoken by the Tchaman people in Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire. I will be joining graduate students Katie Russell and Becky Jarvis for four weeks as we stay in Abidjan. We will be going into Tchaman villages everyday to collect language data with different native speakers. This will be a continuation of the research that I have been doing in the most recent school year. This past semester I was in the Linguistics Research Apprentice Practicum. I helped with audio segmentation, translation, and...

Abdoul Aziz Sandotin Coulibaly

Fellowship Recipient, Alumni
Civil and Environmental Engineering

CAS Research Presented in Côte d’Ivoire

August 18, 2022

Beginning in 2019, the Center for African Studies and Le Centre de Recherche et d’Action pour la Paix (CERAP) at Universite Jesuite in Abidjan have partnered on a Carnegie-funded project in Côte d’Ivoire, Documenting Violence and Promoting Peace in Africa: A Pilot Study for Data Collection in a Conflict-Affected Country. Led by CAS Director, Leo Arriola and CERAP Research Director,...

Scott Straus

Political Science

Hannah Sande

Assistant Professor

I carry out documentary linguistic work, which is informed by and contributes to linguistic theory. Specifically, I investigate phonological processes and the interfaces of phonology with syntax and morphology.

Paul Gertler

Professor, Scientific Director
Public Health
Center for Effective Global Action