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Conference Information

Full Title: 1st International Conference on Endangered Languages in Nigeria

Location: Kano, Nigeria
Start Date: 04-Aug-2014 - 06-Aug-2014
Contact: Isa Yusuf Chamo
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting Description: The First International Conference on Endangered Languages in Nigeria will be held at Bayero University, Kano from Monday 4 - Wednesday 6 August, 2014

The Conference is organized by the Department of Linguistics, Bayero University Kano in Honour and Memory of Professor M.K.M Galadanci.

Keynote Speaker:

Prof. Russell Schuh
UCLA Department of Linguistics
Los Angeles, U.S.A

Lead Paper Presenters:

Prof. T.K. Adeyanju, FLAN
Arewa House, Kaduna
Kaduna State

Prof. Ismaila Junaidu
N.E.R.D, Abuja
Abuja, FCT

Prof. Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche, FLAN
President, Linguistics Association of Nigeria
Abuja, FCT

Prof. Andrew Haruna, FLAN
Department of Language and Linguistics
University of Maiduguri
Borno, State

Conference Registration:

Participants are to pay Ten Thousand Naira (N10, 000) only as Registration Fee and Two Thousand Naira (N2000) for Assessment Fee.


Accommodation is available within and close to the venue of the Conference: B.U.K Guest House, Old Campus; B.U.K Guest House New Campus and A.P.C.U Guest House. For reservation contact Dr. Aliyu Musa on Mobile 08034003614 or Email:

For any additional information concerning the conference, please contact:
Isa Yusuf Chamo, PhD - Secretary, Organizing Committee on Mobile 08036194156
Or Email:,
Linguistic Subfield: Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Documentation; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics
LL Issue: 25.1560

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