Inaugural lectures often comprise stimulating discussions by top-level academics; indeed, inaugural lectures are often given by the top five percent of scholars in the discipline concerned, yet there are hardly any series dedicated solely to these high quality lectures. We have set up the ILM to fill this vacuum.
About the author
Adams Bodomo is a Professor of Linguistics and the Chair of African Languages and Literatures at the University of Vienna. He specialises in theoretical linguistics with a focus on Mabia languages of West Africa. He has researched extensively in cross-cultural communication, digital humanities, and studies on Africa and Asia.