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Ewelina Wnuk

I have obtained a PhD at the Language and Cognition Department and I am currently doing a post-doc at the Radboud University (http://meaningculturecognition.ruhosting.nl/[…]/). Since 2009, I have been involved in a fieldwork-based research among the speakers of Maniq [ma’niʔ], a population of nomadic foragers inhabiting the area of the Khao Banthad mountain range in southern Thailand. Maniq (also known as Ten’en, Tonga or Mos) is a Northern Aslian language belonging to the Austroasiatic family. My research interests include: semantics, grammar, relationship of language and cognition, anthropological linguistics, as well as language description and language documentation.
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Member of: Language and Cognition Department
Last checked 2016-09-23
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Ewelina Wnuk

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
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The Netherlands
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