PhD Candidate in Field Linguistics at SOAS, University of London. Her main research interests include investigating how knowledge of the natural world is encoded in the Náhuat-Pipil language of El Salvador and how this shapes semantic, lexical and cognitive categorization processes. She has field experience in South East Asia as well as Central America. Ebany is also involved with Language Landscape, a language mapping tool, as well as Plants. Animals. Words. (PAW) a research group that promotes and supports interdisciplinary research within fieldwork based disciplines. Ebany is currently the project administrator for the SOAS branch of the Engaged Humanities (ENGHUM) research project.