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lionel sango, m.a., researcher

 Lionel 1

Email:lsango[at]uni-bonn.de

Phone:+49 (0)228-73-7593

office hour

Wednesdays from 3pm-4pm

(please email me in advance for an appointment via Zoom)



in room 2.005.

research interests

> Pragmatics
> Contact Languages (Pidgins and Creoles)
> Postcolonial Englishes (African English Varieties)
> Sociolinguistics
> English for Specific Purpose (Aviation English)

 

phd project

 "The speech act (events) of apology in urban Cameroon" [working title]

 

teaching

Summer 2020: Contact Languages (B.A., Übung)

Summer 2020: Pidgins and Creoles (B.A., Übung)

 
 

 Short CV

since Dec. 2019: Research Assistant (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter)
 
2016-2018: Student of Masters in Intercultural Anglophone Studies (English Linguistics) at the University of Bayreuth
 
2017-2018: Student-editorial assistant of the annual "Newsletter of African Studies" (NAB Vol. XVII 2017), Institute of African Studies (IAS) Bayreuth
 
2016-2017: Student Assistant of PD. Dr. Eric Anchimbe, Private Dozent, English Linguistics 1, University of Bayreuth
 
2014-2015: Student of Masters 1 in English Linguistics (maîtrise 1) at the University of Yaounde 1, Kamerun
 
2014-2015: Seasonal tutor of English language at English High School (EHS) Yaounde, Kamerun
 
2010-2013: Student of English Language studies (B.A) at the University of Buea, Kamerun
 

 memberships

> Afrika@school
> Model African Union Bayreuth (MAU)
 
 

talks and workshops

"Sprache und Kultur in Kamerun" Workshop leiter at the Projektwoche: Afrikatag at Gymnasium Ernestinum, Coburg, Germany, July 2019.

"The Representation of foreign/religious Concepts in the local Ecology in the 'Gud Nyus fo ol Pipul. Nyu Testamen fo Pidgin' Bible Translation. Postcolonial Translation workshop, Bayreuth, Germany, August 2017.

writings

Sango, Lionel (2018). The Elaboration of Cameroon Pidgin English through Bible Translation: A study of Gud Nyus fo ol Pipul. Nyu Testamen fo Pidgin. Unpublished Master's dissertation, University of Bayreuth.
 
Sango, Lionel (2013). Sexism and Language use in African Written Expressions: the case of Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart. Unpublished Bachelor's dissertation, University of Buea, Kamerun
 
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