Typological Study of Microvariation in Bantu (Phase 1) (2016.04-2019.03)
About the Project
Project term: 2016.04–2019.03
One of the most important topics in Bantu language studies in the last decade has been microvariation. In this project, researchers in Bantu language descriptive studies (mainly Japanese Bantuists) first reorganize their research outputs according to the new framework, i.e., by parameters proposed in studies of microvariation and also develop our discussion on the languages of the study. Second, the project will make our research outputs available to many Bantuists worldwide, enabling us to join the discussion to propose new analysis parameters in cooperation with overseas Bantuists.
Yuko ABE, Project Coordinator (Associate Professor, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University)
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- Training Workshops
- Language Documentation
- Joint Research Projects
- Research Meetings and Symposia
- Outreach Events
- Past Projects
The 6th Language Documentation Training Workshop in Miyako, Okinawa
Grammatical Studies Workshops 16: “Writing better abstracts for co ...
2019 Poster Session for the Institute-wide Research Program: Estab ...