Research Expertise and Interest
phonology, phonological processes, morphology, Kru languages, West Africa, tone and prosody
Hannah Sande is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics. She carries out documentary linguistic work, which is informed by and contributes to linguistic theory. Specifically, she investigates phonological processes and the interfaces of phonology with syntax and morphology.
Her research focuses on Kru languages, especially Guébie (Côte d'Ivoire). She has also worked with speakers of Ebrié and Ga (Kwa), Nouchi (urban youth language, Côte d'Ivoire), Dafing (Mande, Burkina Faso), Amharic (Semitic, Ethiopia), Nobiin (Nilotic, Sudan), and Moro (Kordofanian, Sudan).