This upcoming Wednesday, February 14, the Center for African Studies and the Department of Linguistics welcome Adams Bodomo, Professor of African Languages and Literatures from the University of Vienna, Austria, for a talk entitled "Diaspora Linguistics: A Comparative Study of Multilingual Matters Among Africans in GZ, China and Africans in Vienna, Austria." Please join us at noon on February 14 at 219 Encina Hall West!
Adams Bodomo specializes in formal theoretical linguistics, cross-cultural communication, digital humanities (languages and literatures in new media), global African diaspora studies, and international studies involving Africa and Asia. He is author of the book, Africans in China: A Sociocultural Study and Its Implications on Africa–China Relations. Bodomo is Director of the Global African Diaspora Studies (GADS) Research Platform at the University of Vienna, where he researches comparative African and Chinese linguistic structures and cross-cultural issues.