On the 7th of November, Helen Goodluck (York) will come to Essex and give a seminar talk on the processing of Akan, a Kwa language spoken in Ghana.
Yesterday, I presented work with Naledi Kgolo in York: “Taking psycholinguistics to the field: A case study on morphological processing in Setswana”
Helen Goodluck in York is doing some interesting comparative work on the processing of English and Akan questions.
Sonja Eisenbeiss, Naledi Kgolo, Sarah Schmid, and Janina Fickel will present at the Essex Language and Computation Day 2013: “Experimental Linguistics in the Field: A Morphological Processing Study on Setswana Noun Derivations and a New Resource Repository”. Come and join us.