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Dr. Lioba Moshi – “The Manifestation of Cultural and Gender Roles in Some African Languages”

 

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2011-12 African Studies Lecture Series, University of Oregon

Dr. Lioba Moshi, Linguistics/African Languages, University of Georgia

Dr. Moshi is a leading scholar in the pedagogy of African languages and Director of the African Studies Institute at the University of Georgia. Educated in Tanzania, England, and the United States, she has worked extensively on the importance of cultural contexts in Kiswahili language instruction and has run numerous study abroad programs for undergraduates interested in learning Kiswahili. In this talk, she will examine how cultural concepts of social and gender roles are embedded in various African languages.


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