Carolyn Vieira-Martinez

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Carolyn Vieira-Martinez joined the History Department at Chapman University in 2005 as a specialist in Central African History and African Languages. Her dissertation entitled “Building Kimbundu” combined historical linguistics methodology with GIS technology to study the social history of central Angola and the construction of community through language. Dr. Vieira-Martinez has received several prestigious awards to support her research, including the Chancellor's Dissertation Fellowship from UCLA, as well as grants from the Fulbright Scholarship Board, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the national archives of Portugal, and the National African Languages Resource Center.

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