1998-1999, scholarship, Cairo University (Egypt).
2001, M.A. in African Lingusitics: “Syntactic Accomodation within the Verbal Phrase in Hausa”; supervisor: Prof. Nina Pawlak.
2002, scholarship, Department of Linguistics, SOAS, London.
2005, Ph.D. in African Linguistics: “Syntactic Classes of Nouns in Hausa”; supervisor: Prof. Nina Pawlak.
2006-2007, teaching Hausa linguistics, Department of Nigerian Languages, Bayero University Kano (Nigeria).
Functions and activities
member of the Polish Association of African Studies;
2002 - participated in “Roundtable on Chadic and Hausa Linguistic”;
2004 - presented a paper “Subject-oriented and object-oriented verbs in Hausa”, Colloquium of African Languages and Linguistics, Leiden;
2005 - research visit, University of Leipzig (Germany);
2003-5 - realization of a project financed by the Polish Committee for Scientific Research “Syntactic Classes of Nouns in Hausa”;
2006 - presented a paper on “A typology of nominal phrases in Hausa”, Typology of Afroasiatic Languages, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA;
2006 - presented a paper “Verbal nouns in Hausa – coming back to the question of transitivity”, Kano-Warsaw workshop on Hausa, Warsaw University.
basic and advanced courses of Hausa, African art, language and intercultural communication.
syntax of Hausa, nouns and nominalization in Hausa, nonverbal communication.
Tuesday 11:30 pm - 1:00 pm (please call or e-mail in advance)