Lisa Travis returns from Madagascar

Lisa Travis returned last week from three weeks of fieldwork and teaching in Madagascar. Lisa reports on 21 days, three cities (Diego, Mahajanga, Antananarivo), 44 hours of flying and 30 hours of overland bus travel. The research team consisted of two Canadian linguists (Lisa Travis and Ileana Paul), four Malagasy linguists (one from Diego, three from Tana), and ten students (four from the Diego group, and six from Tana group).  There were 7 days of classes, 4 days of methodology workshops, 2 days of direct elicitation.  Lots of great dialect data!

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