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Map of the Hindu kush region. Design Henrik Liljegren

Gawarbati – Documenting a vulnerable linguistic community in the Hindu Kush

Gawarbati is an endangered language spoken in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border area. The aim of this project is to collect, annotate and analyze language data and produce a grammatical description, an annotated audio and video corpus and a lexical database.

Guillermo Montero-Melis Photo: Arantxa Hurtado Angé

Do concepts in our brain depend on the language we speak?

Guillermo Montero-Melis (Centre for Research on Bilingualism, Department of Linguistics, and Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre)has received an International post doc grant of SEK 3.15 million by the Swedish Research Council.

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