Welcome to resources on African languages at the University of California, Los Angeles! You will find here a rich collection of research materials on languages from West and East Africa. The website has been originally envisioned and created by the late Professor Russell G. Schuh, and regularly updated by the UCLA faculty. Currently UCLA offers Swahili at elementary and intermediate levels. Enrollment is open to students from all UC campuses through the cross-campus enrollment.Learn More About Us
March 15, 2018 Rolfe 1301, 8-10am Welcome to celebrate the end of the quarter and meet Swahili speakers on the UCLA campus. In this informal event, we will...
Endangered Language Fund Grants
Language Legacies Grant Program: Request for Proposals 2018 Complete RFP can be found here or click on http://www.endangeredlanguagefund.org/rfp_languagelegacies2018.html. The Endangered Language Fund provides grants for language documentation and...
A Training Program in African Linguistics and Language Documentation: Fieldwork Opportunity in Ghana
This project is a unique opportunity to conduct fieldwork on under-documented and endangered languages in Ghana. We seek early-career doctoral and masters students who plan to pursue...
UCLA Lenart Graduate Travel Fellowships
DEADLINE FEBRUARY 23, 2018 The Division of Humanities invites nominations for the Harry and Yvonne Lenart Graduate Travel Fellowships. These fellowships provide funds for travel and living...