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This site contains presentations from the workshop, Tone in African Languages, which took place May 16-17, 2016, at Kenyatta University, hosted by the Department of English & Linguistics. The workshop convenor was Michael R. Marlo.

Monday, May 16, 2016
Studying Tone 1: Tonal transcription
Michael R. Marlo (University of Missouri)
TONE IN NILO-SAHARAN
 
Lụgbarati Dictionary for School Use and Community Literacy DevelopmentSaidi Omar Dramani (Islamic University in Uganda)
The High-Falling Tone in Dholuo
Jane Oduor (University of Nairobi)
Tone in African Languages: The case of marking tone in MaaTimothy Kamau (SIL International)
Tugen tonology
Prisca Jerono (University of Nairobi), presented by Andrew Chelimo (Moi University)
TONE IN CUSHITIC
 
Tone in Rendille
Kenneth Ngure (Kenyatta University)

Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Studying Tone 2: Tonal Phonology and Tone in Bantu
Michael R. Marlo (University of Missouri)
Advice for postgraduate students in linguistics and African languages at East African universities
Michael R. Marlo (University of Missouri)
TONE IN BANTU
Predictability in Kuria Verbal Tone
Chacha Mwita (Kenyatta University)
Tone in LulogooliHilda Kebeya-Omondi (Kenyatta University) & Joyce Wangia (Kenyatta University)
Tone patterns in the Kikamba verb complex
Angelina Kioko (United States International University)



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