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 December 16, 2020

A new publication by Nadine Grimm, assistant professor of linguistics, will soon be available

"A grammar of Gyeli" is a grammatical description of the Ngòló variety of Gyeli, an endangered Bantu (A80) language spoken by 4,000-5,000 "Pygmy" hunter-gatherers in southern Cameroon. It represents one of the most comprehensive descriptions of a northwestern Bantu language. In 2019, the grammar received the Pāṇini Award by the Association for Linguistic Typology.

Find more information here: Forthcoming: A grammar of Gyeli