Co-ordinator & Administrative Officer
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Women & gender in the Middle East; women’s movements and feminism in Middle East; secularism and Islamism; transnational migration, diaspora mobilization; gendering violence, war and peace; history of Iraqi women; impact of sanctions, war and occupation on Iraqi women, Iraq.
Phonology, morpho-phonology, stress systems, vowel harmony, syllabic structure, word-structure, Altaic languages, Turkish, French
Jaina Studies; South Asian History & Culture; Anthropology & Sociology of Religion
Modern and Contemporary Japanese history. Social and cultural history of the 20th century, especially the intersection of consumer capitalism and historical memory.
Human Resources; Demography; Trade Policy & Regional Integration; Energy and Natural Resources with reference to the MENA region.
The Malay manuscript tradition; Islam in South East Asia; gender in the Malay world; modern literatures of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore
Tibetan language from Old Tibetan to Modern Standard Tibetan; Tibetan historical and biographical literature; historical, descriptive and corpus linguistics, in particular with reference to Tibetan or other Tibeto-Burman/Sino-Tibetan languages; Chinese minorities; Mongolian
Professor Hintze takes an interest in all aspects of Zoroastrianism, the religion of pre-Islamic Iran.
Second language acquisition (grammatical and pragmatic development, impact of study abroad), language pedagogy, psycholinguistics (language production, cognition and language), Japanese linguistics.
Jack Joy is an Associate Tutor with the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy.
Historical linguistics, Arabic linguistics, Maltese linguistics, Arabic dialectology, language contact, linguistic variation, contact-induced language change, Language Analysis for the Determination of Origin, Dynamic Syntax, Relevance Theory, Arabic language, Afro-Asiatic languages, English
Sociality, belonging, and exclusion across cultural domains and scales; identity and personhood; cultural models and conceptual schemas; transcultural encounter and interaction (esp in tourism); kinship and relatedness; community and well being; social inequality; psychological anthropology, person-centred ethnography, institutional ethnography, ethnographic theory & method.
Premodern Indian and Tibetan Buddhist art and its context
Language documentation and description, contact linguistics, anthropological linguistics, syntax-semantics interface, argument structure, Ajami writing in Africa, Niger-Congo languages, Mande languages, Atlantic languages, Jalonke (Fuuta Jalon, Guinea), Bainouk (Casamance, Senegal)
Bantu languages and linguistics; syntax; semantics; pragmatics; historical linguistics; language and society in Eastern and Southern Africa
Syntax, morphology, information structure, typology, lexicalist theories of grammar, Construction Grammar, documentation of endangered languages, Palaeosiberian linguistics, Uralic languages, Altaic languages, Tundra Nenets (northwestern Siberia)
Mayan languages, Barbacoan languages, morphosyntax, lexical semantics, linguistic typology, variation, historical linguistics, language production and comprehension.
Applied linguistics and sociolinguistics
Swahili literature; African philosophy; Afrophone philosophical discourses; literatures in African languages
Social psychology of language and intergroup relations, intercultural communication, identity (minority and majority), bi-multilingualism, multiculturalism, language attitudes and motivations
History of Translation Studies in Japan, Intergeneric translations (manga to film), Translation of oral narratives or orality, Cultural translation, The relationship between translation and power.
Lecturer in Zoroastrianism, with particular reference to the living tradition in Iran and India.
Middle East: states and ideologies, war, Islamic political thought
Burmese languages and Burmese linguistics; language policy in Burma; experimental and acoustic phonetics; computer lexicography; minority languages of South East Asia; Mon-Khmer and Tibeto Burman languages; tone languages. Sign languages in Burma and South East Asia.
Jay Latarche is the team coordinator and coder at SOAS University, London, and particularly enjoys coding Sino-Tibetan languages. They are interested in conducting further research on logogram amnesia in Mainland China.
Biu Rainey is a Grambank coder and BA student at SOAS. Outside of coding languages with Grambank, his study focusses on language and identity on the internet, particularly the orthography of memes and online/offline code-switching.
Jemima Goodall is a Grambank coder based at the SOAS university team in London. She is currently a Linguistics BA student at UCL.
Maisie Yong is a BA Japanese and Linguistic student at SOAS, University of London and is a language coder for Grambank. Versed in both Mandarin and English, she codes mostly for Sino-Tibetan languages whose grammars are written in Mandarin. She inadvertently speaks Singlish when exasperated.