Dr Naledi N. Kgolo is a linguist and senior lecturer in the Department, with years of experience in language work – research, teaching, translation, editing and proposal writing. She has published journal articles, book chapters, and technical reports on various issues within linguistics. Her research interests are in experimental linguistics, language processing, comprehension, and acquisition.
Dr Kgolo holds a PhD in Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics from the University of Essex, an MPhil in English and Applied Linguistics from the University of Cambridge, and an MA in English Language and Linguistics from the University of Botswana. She sits on the Editorial Board of Marang Journal of Language and Literature, is a Language Champion for the Oxford University Press, and is a Board Member of the African Psycholinguistics Association (APsA).
For more information: https://naledikgolo.com/
Laura Anna Ciaccio, Naledi N. Kgolo, Harald Clahsen. (2020). Morphological decomposition in Bantu: A masked priming study on Setswana prefixation. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2020.1722847
Kgolo, N. N. (2018). Setswana Lexical Expressions of Time. Marang Journal of Language and Literature. Vol 30, 17-33.
Batibo, H. B. & Kgolo, N. N. (2016). Nasal Retention of Noun Prefixes of Class 9/10 in Bantu Languages: A Case Study from Setswana, Kiswahili and Shisukuma. Linguistics Association of SADC Universities Journal, 4:9, 21-29.
Kgolo, N. N. & Eisenbeiss, S. (2015). The Role of Morphological Structure in the Processing of Complex Forms: Evidence from Setswana Deverbative Nouns. Language, Cognition & Neuroscience, Special Issue: Laboratory in the Field: Advances in Cross-Linguistic Psycholinguistics, 30:9, 1116-1133, https://doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2015.1053813