Remy and me at his museum in Bandial. Photo by Kris Dreessen

  • Dissertation Research

Bradley, M. (2014). The Secret Ones. New Scientist, 222(2971), 42–45.
(Depiction of A. Hantgan’s Dissertation Research)

Hantgan, A. (2010a). Does Tone Polarity Exist? Evidence from Plural Formation
among Bangime Nouns. IULC Working Papers in Linguistics. African Linguistics Across the Discipline, 10(3), 70-83.

—–. (2013). Aspects of Bangime Phonology, Morphology, and
Morpho-syntax (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Indiana University, Bloomington.

Heath, J., & Hantgan, A. (Submitted July 19, 2016). A Grammar of Bangime. De Gruyter Mouton.

Cobbinah, A., Hantgan, A., Lüpke, F., & Watson, R. (2017). Carrefour des Langues, Carrefour des Paradigmes. In M. Auzanneau (Ed.), Espaces, mobilités et éducation plurilingues: Éclairages d’afrique ou d’ailleurs (pp. 79–97). Paris: Edition des Archives Contemporaines.

—–. (2016). How Foreign is Accent? Expressions of Peace in Casamance. In Voices from Around the World. Special issue on multilingualism in the Global South. University of Cologne: Global South Studies Center.

—–. (2017). Choices in Language Accommodation at the Crossroads: Convergence, Divergence, and Mixing. The Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford, IX(1), 102-118.

  • Tiefo (Gur, Burkina Faso)

—–. (in press). Myths and Realities of Language Loss and Change: The Case of Moribund Language Tiefo (Burkina Faso). In Africa’s endangered languages: Documentary and Theoretical Approaches. Oxford University Press.

Heath, J., Ouattara, A., & Hantgan, A. (2017). Short grammar of Tiefo-N of Nyafogo (Gur, Burkina Faso)Language Description Heritage (LDH) collection. (DOI: 10.17617/2.2378140)

  • Bondu-So (Dogon, Mali)

Hantgan, A., & Davis, S. (2012). Bondu Vowel Harmony: A Descriptive Analysis with Theoretical Implications. Studies in African Linguistics, 41(2).

  • Other (Encyclopedia article and book review)

—–. (2010b). People. In ABC-CLIO World Geography Database. Santa Barbara.
—–. (2012). Hacking Timbuktu [Review of the book Hacking Timbuktu, by Stephen Davies]. Africa Access. Boston, MA: Clarion Books, 2010. ISBN 9780547390161 / 0547390165.