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Descriptive and documentary linguistics; phonology; syntax; historical linguistics

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

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sociocultural linguistics; linguistic anthropology; Mixtec languages (especially in California); linguistics and social justice; Indigenous language reclamation, maintenance, and documentation; diaspora linguistics; the linguistic construction of ethnoracial and gendered identities; educational linguistics and linguistics outreach; language and social power

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Language revitalization; minoritized languages; endangered languages; language documentation; Languages of French Polynesia; Native American Languages; Romance Languages; Germanic Languages (Frisian); Basque; Phonology; Phonetic Variation; Minoritized Languages and (Social) Media; Minoritized Language Translation.

  • South Hall 4431K
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Corpus Linguistics; Discourse and Grammar; Sociocultural Linguistics; Critical Discourse Analysis; Quantitative Methods; Tunisian Arabic

  • South Hall 4431B
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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

  • South Hall 3617B
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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

  • South Hall 3607C
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Historical linguistics/language change, case systems, Siberian languages (esp. Chukotko-Kamchatkan)

  • South Hall 5431H
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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
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phonetics and phonology; languages of the Caucasus; historical linguistics; documentation

  • South Hall 3511
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Indigenous languages of the Americas; language documentation; language revitalization; morphosyntax; spatial semantics; localist semantics; Na-Dene; Tlingit; Cariban languages; languages of Oregon; languages of California; languages of Washington

  • South Hall 4431W
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Sociocultural linguistics; transgender linguistics; language, gender, and sexuality; identity formation and communication

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

  • South Hall 3607
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language endangerment, description, documentation, and revitalization; space in language, culture, and cognition; typology; and Amazonian languages

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phonology, typology, metaphor, fieldwork, language description and documentation, Uyghur, Turkic languages, Chinese

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

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Sociocultural linguistics; linguistic anthropology; language, gender, and sexuality; Korean-Latinx relations in Los Angeles; Koreans in Mexico; Mexican Spanish; youth language and culture; language and race; language, music (K-pop, hip hop), and identity

  • SH 4431B
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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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language documentation, description, and revitalization; typology; economics and praxeology of language; Chitimacha and the Gulf languages; Swahili, Ekegusii and East African languages

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Phonetics; speech production and perception; phonetics-prosody interface; prosodic structure; articulatory phonology
  • South Hall 5431G
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Corpus-based linguistics, variationist typology, experimental morphosyntax, quantitative methods in linguistics (mixed-effect models, Bayesian hierarchical modelling, bootstrap, discrete time series), discourse and grammar, morphosyntactic alternations, reference tracking, parts of speech, Sino-Tibetan languages (esp. of China and Nepal), prosody and syntax, phonotactics

Maya stands, smiling, in front of a building with painted green wood slats. They are wearing a white and multicolored shirt and green backpack straps can be seen.
  • Graduate Student

Sociocultural linguistics; language, gender, and sexuality; identity and intersectionality; methodology; language change; and linguistic ideologies 

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

  • South Hall 5431G
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sociocultural linguistics; race and racialization; language, gender, and sexuality; african-american language; black feminist theory; community-centered ethnography; performance; pedagogy; genre theory; linguistic terrain.

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  • South Hall 3607
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Sociocultural Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Discourse; Identity; Criminalization; Japanese

  • South Hall 3607C
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Language documentation and revitalization,  integrative functionalism, functional intra-genetic and extra-genetic typology, morphology and syntax, competing motivations approach, clause linkage, reference-tracking mechanisms, grammatical relations, valency-changing operations, language processing, grammaticalization, Uto-Aztecan languages, language acquisition

  • South Hall 4431B
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Language documentation and revitalization; community linguistics; language and identity; language, gender, and sexuality; discourse; tone; Mixteco; Mandarin Chinese; drag queen language

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Referential pragmatics, discourse, grammatical theory, semantics, computational-quantitative approaches to linguistics (NLU, ASR, corpus linguistics, semantic modeling) sociocultural linguistics and sociolinguistics;  philosophies and histories of linguistics, cognitive science; honorification in Korean and Sinitic, anaphora in Archaic Chinese and Mandarin, logophoricity in Kwa languages, "discourse particles" cross-linguistically, linguistic pragmatics of gaslighting, reference-tracking in Southern Min, reference-tracking in African American English; history of African American English

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Linguistic description and theory, syntax, morphology, typology, historical linguistics, cognitive linguistics, language documentation, Papuan linguistics, Bitur (Trans-New Guinea), Abom (unknown), K’ichee’ (Mayan)

  • South Hall 3511
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Language documentation and description, Ende, Pahoturi River languages, Papuan languages, information structure, discourse, language contact, multilingualism

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Phonology; morphosyntax; language documentation and description; languages of the greater Himalayan region; Tibeto-Burman; Yonghe Qiang; historical linguistics; quantitative methodologies

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Languages of Central Asia (Kazakh) and Southern Siberia (Buryat), syntax, linguistic anthropology, direct reported speech, interactional linguistics

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phonetics and phonology; Optimality Theory; Japanese; Kansai dialect; prosody; pitch accent; second language acquisition

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Language documentation, description, and revitalization, applied linguistics, sociocultural linguistics, language ideologies, language and identity, language acquisition, community based linguistics, Native American languages, in particular Zuni

  • South Hall 4431L
Alonso is standing with a green landscape behind him, in a red shirt and sunglasses hanging on his collar.
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Language documentation, description, and revitalization; phonetics; phonology; prosody; morphology;  syntax; historical linguistics; clause chaining; Amazonian languages; Shiwilu (Kawapanan); Peruvian Amazonian Spanish

  • South Hall 5431H
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Language documentation and description; typology; morphology; syntax; Cognitive Linguistics; construction grammar; languages of Siberia; Evenki

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Language, gender, and sexuality; language and bisexuality; language and power; language, perception, cognition, and memory; Japanese linguistics; Ryukyuan languages; Ozark English

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Language chang; language documentation and description; revitalization of  understudied and endangered Native American languages, including the Barbareño Chumash language; second language acquisition; linguistic anthropology

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

  • South Hall 5431H
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Language documentation, description, and revitalization; typology; phonetics, phonology, and prosody; morphosyntax; Formosan and Philippine languages (Austronesian); Inuit languages (Eskimo-Aleut); Cognitive Linguistics; language and music

  • South Hall 4431K