Two cows from Dinkaland

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Nilotic Prosody - People

The affiliation of the people listed below is The University of Edinburgh unless stated otherwise.


Current team members (Beyond Text Large Grant: Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song)

Elizabeth Achol Ajuet DengCollection and annotation of Dinka songs
Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng in Edinburgh, in the company of a festive cow

Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng in Edinburgh, September 2009, in the company of a festive cow.

Angela Impey (School of Oriental and African Studies)Music of southern and eastern Africa; music/sound, memory and place; music, advocacy and human rights; music and gender
John Penn de NgongAnnotation of Dinka songs
D. Robert LaddPhonetic and phonological analysis of prosody
Cedric MacMartinDevelopment of electronic resource
Peter Malek Ayuel RingCollection and annotation of Dinka songs; production of Dinka song book for children
The group in Juba, January 2010

The Beyond Text group in Juba, January 2010. From left: Angela Impey, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn de Ngong, Bert Remijsen, Akol Kongoor Reech.

Miriam MeyerhoffSociolinguistics and language variation
Tatiana ReidDescriptive research on Thok Reel, a Western Nilotic language; earlier: MScR dissertation on Thok Reel phonectics, phonology and morphophonology, and MA dissertation on Shilluk noun morphology
Bert RemijsenData collection & analysis on Dinka and Shilluk speech; day-to-day project management
Simon Yak Deng YakCollection and annotation of Dinka songs; analysis of Dinka songs

Current research collaborators outside the Beyond Text project

Leoma Gilley (SIL International)Expertise on Shilluk and linguistic fieldwork in Sudan
Otto Gwado (Shilluk Language Council)Data collection and analysis on Shilluk
Tatiana Reid and Otto Gwado

Participants in December 2008 - Tatiana Reid and Otto Gwado

Cynthia L. Miller (University of Wisconsin-Madison and University of the Free State [Bloemfontein, South Africa]) Expertise on Shilluk morphology and syntax

Past team members

Caguor Adong Manyang (U. of Bahr El-Ghazal)Data collection on Dinka; expertise on Dinka
Akol Kongoor ReechExpertise on Dinka
Peter Ladefoged (University of California, Los Angeles)- in memoriamExpertise on phonetic fieldwork and analysis
Bert Remijsen, Bob Ladd, Michael Bennett, Caguor Adong Manyang, Leoma Gilley, Peter Ladefoged

Participants in November 2005 - from left to right: Bert Remijsen, Bob Ladd, Michael Bennett,
Caguor Adong Manyang, Leoma Gilley, Peter Ladefoged.

Tatiana LibmanMSc project on Shilluk word prosody

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