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u̱t‑Maꞌin oral histories and narratives

A project collecting Narratives and wordlists from the various lects of the u̱t‑Maꞌin language.

Contribution of women to linguistic vitality in northwestern Nigeria

Understanding the power that women hold in the preservation of underresourced languages.

Kambari Man

One of three referenced texts in Rebecca’s dissertation. Included in the dissertation as an appendix.

Musa and Audu

One of three referenced texts in Rebecca’s dissertation. Included in the dissertation as an appendix.

My trip to Minna

A personal narrative about traveling from the language area to the state capital.

Possessed Woman

The sad saga of a woman tormented by demons.

The Gossip King

A cautionary tale of suspicion that leads to gossip and ends with forgiveness and shame.

What you sow is what you reap

What you sow is what you reap is the story of a woman whose behavior is blamed for her suffering in childbirth. It was told by Sunday John in a recording made in February 2013 in Tungan Magajiya, Niger State. It was transcribed in the orthography and …

Young man who wants to marry

One of three referenced texts in Rebecca’s dissertation. Included in the dissertation as an appendix.

Mòoré research

Collaboration with Timbwaoga Aime Judicaël Ouermi, Sara Pacchiarotti, and Amos Teo, while enrolled in a 9 month field methods course.