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- National African Language Resource Center
- IU Bloomington
Kazeem Kẹ́hìndé Sanuth holds a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) with a combined minor in the pedagogy of Less Commonly Taught Languages from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also has an M.A. in African Languages and Literature from the same university. His research explores the social, cultural, and linguistic implications of language study abroad in a multilingual West African setting.
Dr. Sanuth has been involved in language education and internationalization as a classroom instructor, a coordinator, and an administrator of language education programs. Before transitioning to NALRC, he served as the International Education Outreach Administrator with the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies (HLS), Indiana University-Bloomington.
Kazeem’s mission is to further raise the profile of the NALRC, to enhance supports for scholarship and practice in the field of African language pedagogy, and to broaden access to the center’s resources.