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  • Graduate Student

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

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

  • South Hall 5431E
  • Graduate Student

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

  • Graduate Student

sociocultural linguistics; linguistic anthropology; language and identity; youth language; language and race; African American English; internet linguistics; ​linguistic ideologies

  • Graduate Student

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

  • South Hall 5431E
  • Graduate Student

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

  • Graduate Student

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

  • Graduate Student

Language revitalization; North American languages; Navajo; discourse; education

  • 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
  • Graduate Student

language documentation, description, and revitalization; typology; economics and praxeology of language; Chitimacha and the Gulf languages; Swahili, Ekegusii and East African languages

  • Graduate Student

Cognitive linguistics (esp. Construction Grammar, Cognitive Grammar); quantitative corpus linguistics; psycholinguistics; polysemy/ambiguity; deixis; viewpoint; motion events; Second Language Acquisition; emergent grammar

  • South Hall 5431H
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural linguistics, talk in interaction, language and power, language and identity, youth language, applied linguistics, multilingualism, second language acquisition

  • South Hall 5431E
  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate Student

Iroquoian languages (esp. Wendat); historical linguistics; language documentation, description, and revitalization; morphology; typology

  • South Hall 5431H
  • Graduate Student

Austronesian linguistics, documentary linguistics, morphology, syntax, grammar and discourse, phonetics-phonology

  • Graduate Student

corpus linguistics; internet linguistics; language and cognition; universals and typology; language acquisition

  • South Hall 5431G
  • Graduate Student

Morphosyntax; typology; diachrony; cognitive linguistics; documentation and description; K’ichee’ Mayan

  • Graduate Student

Mayan languages; Wakashan languages; community-based language documentation and maintenance; discourse and grammar; morphology

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  • Graduate Student
  • South Hall 5431H
  • South Hall 4430F
  • Graduate Student

Language documentation; language and cognition; usage-based approaches to acquisition and language change; spatial language; deixis; demonstratives; Blackfoot (Algonquian) language and revitalization; Attic (and Koine) Greek

  • Graduate Student

Endangered languages; phonetics and phonology; language ideology

  • Graduate Student

language and cognition; corpus linguistics; speech errors; language acquisition; Japanese; Korean; Hiligaynon

  • Graduate Student

Language documentation, Tibeto-Burman, Qiang, Tibetan; Language contact, Phonology, Morphology, Evidential systems

  • Graduate Student

Music and language revitalization, tone, phonation, orthography, Celtic languages, Cherokee, Bergamasque & the languages of Northern Italy, Classical Chinese

  • South Hall 5431F
  • Graduate Student

Language and identity; language and sexuality; discourse analysis; corpus linguistics; sociophonetics; language in interaction; linguistic anthropology 

  • Graduate Student

Cognitive modeling, distributional learning, grammar induction, collocations/multi-word units/formulas, unsupervised part-of-speech tagging, corpora and prosody

  • Graduate Student

sociocultural linguistics; linguistic anthropology; language and identity (gender, sexuality, religion); multimodal communication; multilingualism; American English; Italian; Spanish

  • Graduate Student

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

  • South Hall 5431H
  • Graduate Student

Research interests: language documentation and description; Abawiri (Lakes Plain); Enggano (Austronesian); phonology; morphosyntax; discourse; language vitality in Indonesia