Field Methods in Linguistics Class Presentation

Field Methods in Linguistics Class Presentation, Fall 2018.
Students in the Field Methods in Linguistics class have been conducting interviews all semester with a native speaker of Lulogooli (an understudied Bantu language of Kenya). The last class served as a luncheon/research presentation.


photo of Field Methods in Linguistics class

photo of Field Methods in Linguistics class

photo of the Wh-question formation in Lulogooli poster. Research and poster by Elizabeth Adeyami, Ben Fertig, Helen Taylor

Students presenting their research on Negation formation in Lulogooli. Seaira Lett, Melanie Fabregas, Julie Wechsler. Poster, students and faculty.

photo of students presenting their research on the Relative clauses in Lulogooli. Presented by Darrah Devane, Kailey Nelson, Rammi Quah. Photo includes poster, students and faculty.

photo of students presenting their research on the Relative clauses in Lulogooli. Presented by Darrah Devane, Kailey Nelson, Rammi Quah. Photo includes poster, students and faculty.

photo of students presenting research on Ditransitive constructions in Lulogooli. Daisy Mohiuddun, Joshua Morabito, Nicole Steiner. Photo also includes poster, students and faculty.

photo of students presenting research on Ditransitive constructions in Lulogooli. Daisy Mohiuddun, Joshua Morabito, Nicole Steiner. Photo also includes poster, students and faculty.