Leverhulme Post-Doctoral Fellow
- Dr Abbie Hantgan
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Curriculum Vitae (pdf; 152kb)
Abbie Hantgan studied General and African Linguistics at Indiana University. For her Ph.D. dissertation project, she conducted extensive fieldwork on Bangime, a language isolate spoken among Dogon speakers in Mali. She came to SOAS in 2014 as a postdoctoral fellow on the Crossroads project. Details about the project can be found hat the Crossroads web site.
Abbie Hantgan’s research interests include phonology and morphology in Niger-Congo languages, with a focus on autosegmental features, tone and vowel harmony.
Hantgan, Abbie (2017) 'Choices in Language Accommodation at the Crossroads: Convergence, Divergence, and Mixing'. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online, (IX) 1, pp 102-118.
Cobbinah, Alexander and Hantgan, Abbie and Lüpke, Friederike and Watson, Rachel (2016) 'Carrefour des langues, carrefour des paradigmes'. In: Auzeanneau, Michelle, (ed.), Pratiques plurilingues, mobilités et éducation. Paris: Édition des Archives Contemporaines, pp 79-97.
Hantgan, Abbie (2013) Aspects of Bangime Phonology, Morphology, and Morphosyntax. PhD thesis. Indiana University Bloomington. [Unpublished]
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