Raina Heaton has officially accepted a job offer from
The University of Oklahoma, where she will be starting in August as an Assistant Professor of Native American Studies and the Assistant Curator of Native American Languages at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.
Re the audience’s feedback at the Tuesday Seminar talk on 2/21, Steve Trussel has added a search form to the
Austronesian Comparative Dictionary. The search is set to do: Introduction, Cognate Sets, Formosan, Roots, Loans, Near Comparisons, and Noise. There are search forms at the top of all pages in those sections. Any feedback is welcome. For feedback on production of the website, please email Steven Trussel. For feedback on the content, please email Robert Blust.
Please find a screenshot below:
Pre-defense dissertations are submitted to our department two weeks prior to each defense. Upcoming dissertations for Spring 2017 include:
SMITH, Alexander. The languages of Borneo: A comprehensive classification (March 3, 1 PM, Moore 575)
RARRICK, Samantha. A Tonal Grammar of Kere (Papuan) in Typological Perspective. (March 13, 11:30 AM, Moore 575)
HEATON, Raina. A typology of antipassives, with special reference to Mayan . (March 14, 3 PM, Moore 258)
OKURA, Eve. Language Nests and Language Acquisitions: An Empirical Analysis. (March 16, 2017, 10 AM, Moore 575)
GAO, Katie. Dynamics of Language Contact in China: Ethnolinguistic Diversity and Variation in Wuding County, Yunnan.
(March 23, 11:30 AM, Moore 258)
OIWA-BUNGARD, Mayumi. Morphology and syntax of gerunds in Truku Seediq: A third function of Austronesian “voice” morphology.
(April 21, 2:30 PM, Moore 575)
ROSS, Melody Ann. Attitudes Toward Tetun Dili, A Creole Language of East Timor.
(May 5th, 10:00 AM, Moore 575)
We will be adding to this list as the semester continues. You can also check the
Dissertations page for updates on other pre-defense dissertations for the current semester, or final dissertations from previous semesters.
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