Enoch Aboh is a strongly internationally oriented theoretical linguist. He holds a Chair in Learnability at the University of Amsterdam. His research revolves around the question as to what makes a language learnable, in particular, in multilingual populations. With his expertise, he contributes in the PARTE project to the study and analysis of the spread or vulnerability of partitive elements in contact situations.
With Petra Sleeman, Enoch Aboh supervises at the University of Amsterdam Thom Westveer‘s PhD project on Gender mismatches in partitive constructions in German and French.