Ms. Ronia Anacoura holds a Graduate Diploma in Education, a Bachelor degree in linguistics and knowledge formation, and a Master degree in French linguistics. Ms Anacoura has worked as a teacher and translator for the past 15 years and is currently working on her PhD in sociolinguistics and language policies.
Providing professional expertise and skills in research methodology, research design, data collection, data analysis, and the interpretation and presentation of research and evaluation results, to assist the Research Institute achieve the Institute’s Research strategic goals. The Senior Research Officer also has the opportunity to take the lead in the development, management and reporting of UniSey approved research projects as agreed upon/by the Director.
Nadal, P., & Anacoura, R. (2014). Linguistic vulnerability and the recognition of indigenous languages. Island Studies, 1(1), 40–45.
Conference paper: Anacoura, R. (2014). L’institutionnalisation du Créole en tant que langue standard et officielle en contexte Seychellois: Actes du Colloque, CIEC, 2012.