People

  • Ph.D.
  • 1994

Nigeria Bible Translation

Tense and aspect in Obolo grammar and discourse

  • Graduate Student

Socio-cultural Linguistics; African American Women's Language; Language, Race, Gender, and Identity

  • Ph.D.
  • 2014

Silver Academic Editing

  • Ph.D.
  • 2013
Languages of the Caucasus, especially Circassian, Turkic and modern Turkish; Language documentation; Language policy and minority languages, particularly in Turkey; Circassian Diaspora.
 
  • Ph.D.
  • 2016

sociocultural linguistics (linguistic anthropology and sociolinguistics); language, globalization, and mobility; language, identity, and community membership; language and family; dialect and language contact; Salvadoran Spanish; bi/multilingual socialization; language and migration; language and gender; language, materiality, and affect

  • Graduate Student

Typology, historical linguistics and language change, quantitative methods, voice systems, person marking

Santa Barbara
  • Academic Personnel Coordinator

Personnel policy and procedures, faculty recruitment and appointments, ladder faculty merits, promotions, career steps, retentions, appraisals, non-Senate faculty re-appointments, excellence reviews, merits, payroll, additional compensation, and contracts, sabbatical and other leaves, donor acknowledgment, faculty email list administrator, visiting scholars, new faculty email, UCSBNetID, orientation

  • (805) 893-7151
  • South Hall 3431B
  • Ph.D.
  • 2011

University of Helsinki

Livonian; Native American languages, especially Uto-Aztecan; sociocultural linguistics; ecolinguistics; applications of complexity theory to linguistics

  • Ph.D.
  • 1999

Towards a discourse model of prosodic structure: A prosodic and syntactic analysis of declination in Japanese

  • Ph.D.
  • 2014

Kumon Academy

How thoughts become words; discourse; language and cognition; language acquisition; psychology of language; corpus linguistics 

  • Ph.D.
  • 2007

SIL International

A Grammar of Dongwan Tibetan

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural linguistics; language, power, and privilege in educational contexts; linguistic ideologies; language and racial/gender identities; language in interaction; linguistic anthropology

  • South Hall 5431E
  • Ph.D.
  • 2011

University of Hawai'i

Northern Athabaskan, language documentation, geography and language, spatial cognition, language archiving

  • Graduate Student

Historical and comparative linguistics; computational linguistics; language change and contact; lexicostatistics; biological methods in linguistics; computational cladistics; Icelandic (North Germanic); Zapotec languages (Oto-Manguean); linguistics in literary analysis

  • Graduate Student

Language documentation and description; language contact and change; prosody; Chini (Ramu); Hua (Trans-New Guinea); Yiddish (Germanic); Shona (Bantu)

  • Ph.D.
  • 2007

Carpinteria Unified School District

Contextual constraints on interaction: Soaring talk

  • Professor

Sociocultural linguistics; language and identity; language and youth; language and race; language, gender, and sexuality; African American English; Chicano English and Spanish; language in California; discourse, cognition, and culture

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural linguistics, linguistic anthropology, language and race, online discourse and multimodality, humor and activism on social media, language attitudes and ideologies, youth language and culture, African American Language

  • Graduate Student

Historical linguistics/language change, case systems, Siberian languages (esp. Chukotko-Kamchatkan)

  • South Hall 5431H
Portrait on patio of house in Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Assistant Professor
  • Faculty Undergraduate Advisor

Linguistic description and theory, phonology, morphology, historical linguistics, language documentation, linguistic typology, lexical semantics, lexicography, language and culture, Mesoamerica, Otomanguean languages

  • Ph.D.
  • 2007

University of California, Santa Barbara

Hiroshima stories: The construction of collective memorialization in survivors' narratives

  • Ph.D.
  • 2009

Oklahoma State University

Reconstructing stress in Proto-Tibetan: a study in historical comparative acoustics

  • Research Professor Emeritus

Native American languages; discourse; prosody; language and thought; laughter

Anne H. Charity Hudley
  • Professor
  • North Hall Endowed Chair in the Linguistics of African America

African-American English; Language, literacy, and culture; sociolinguistics; community based participatory research in linguistics; language attitudes; multicultural education; undergraduate research

  • Graduate Student

Language documentation, description and revitalization; typology; complex adaptive systems; emergent grammar; modality/modal-evidential systems; voice; argument-marking systems; Austronesian/Formosan linguistics; Chinese linguistics

  • South Hall 5431E
  • Associate Professor Emerita

Language acquisition; language socialization; Japanese/Korean linguistics; discourse and grammar

  • (805) 893-8658
  • South Hall 3511
  • Professor

Language universals and typology; historical linguistics; languages of the Caucasus; languages of New Guinea

  • Ph.D.
  • 1998

Computing representations of the structure of written discourse

  • Graduate Student

phonetics and phonology; languages of the Caucasus; historical linguistics; documentation

  • South Hall 5431E
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor

Intercultural communication; ethnography and communication; theories of cultural adjustment; social semiotic processes of identification; language ideologies and linguistic landscapes; language and globalization

  • Ph.D.
  • 2015

Australian National University

Historical linguistics, fieldwork, descriptive morphosyntax, Papuan languages, the Trans-New Guinea family (especially the Madang subgroup)

  • Ph.D.
  • 2015

San José State University

Language documentation & revitalization; grammaticalization & historical linguistics; typology; discourse and grammar; Khatso (Yunnan Mongolian) and other minority languages in China, such as those in the Ngwi family; Athabaskan languages, particularly Eyak; Tachelhit Berber

  • Professor

Discourse and grammar; sociocultural linguistics; referential pragmatics; grammaticization and emergence; complex adaptive linguistics; corpus linguistics; transcription; Mayan languages

  • Ph.D.
  • 2000

Rice University

Complementation in colloquial Indonesian conversation: A discourse-functional perspective

  • Ph.D.
  • 1999

University of Melbourne

The clause in Cirebon Javanese conversation

  • Graduate Student

Caribbean Spanish, dialectology, emoji use & interpretation, language contact & change, sociocultural linguistics, Spanglish, and virtual language

  • Graduate Student

language endangerment, description, documentation, and revitalization; space in language, culture, and cognition; typology; and Amazonian languages

  • Ph.D.
  • 1997

A Grammatical Overview of Santa Mongolian

  • Ph.D.
  • 1997

San Diego State University

Maintenance of ways of speaking in a community undergoing language shift: Language socialization in a Navajo preschool

  • Ph.D.
  • 2002

Nuance Communications

Sto. Domingo Bikol verbal portmanteau morphemes: Transitivity in conversation

  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural linguistics; linguistic anthropology; language and gender; sociophonetics; prosody and affect; language documentation, description, and revitalization; Eskimo-Aleut languages

  • South Hall 4430
  • Senior Lecturer SOE

Second language writing, pedagogical grammar, applications of corpus linguistics to second language pedagogy, content-based instruction

  • (805) 893-3303
  • South Hall 3505
  • Ph.D.
  • 1999

Museo Paraense Emilio Goeldi

A grammar of Karo, Tupi (Brazil)

  • Ph.D.
  • 2008

Linguistic Data Consortium

The minority language and the cosmopolitan speaker: Ideologies of Irish language learners

  • Professor

Language documentation and description, endangered languages, phonology, morphology, syntax, typology, language change, Tibeto-Burman and Himalayan languages, Rhaeto-Romance

  • (805) 893-3574
  • South Hall 3514
  • Professor
  • Chair

Phonetics; phonology; prosody; typology

  • (805)-893-8658
  • South Hall 3522
  • Professor

Corpus linguistics; cognitive linguistics / construction grammar; statistical methods in linguistics

  • Instructional Program Assistant

Visitor parking arrangements, teaching evaluations, room and media equipment reservations, website updates and questions, technical assistance (e.g., copiers, printers), textbook and desk copy orders, office hours listings, keys, office supplies, business cards, door codes

  • 805-893-7488
  • South Hall 3432 (front desk)
  • Ph.D.
  • 2008

Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social

Borrowing and Grammaticalization in Sierra Popoluca: The Influence of Nahuatl and Spanish

  • Graduate Student

Language Documentation and Description; Oto-Manguean languages; Mixtec in California; Kashaya Pomo; Digital Linguistics; Linguistics and Technology; Community-Based Linguistics

  • South Hall 5431F

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