Core Faculty

kdeenKamil Deen (Department Chair)
kamil@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of Cailfornia, Los Angeles
Language acquisition (emphasis on experimental approaches); experimental morphosyntax; acquisition of understudied languages; particularly Bantu languages and languages of South East Asia;
bilingualism; second language acquisition


 

aberezAndrea Berez-Kroeker (Graduate Chair)
Email: aberez@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara
Language documentation; digital language archiving and metadata standards; reproducible research; Athabascan languages; Papuan languages; geography and language; discourse; intonation;
usage-based approaches to grammar.


vandersonVictoria Anderson
Email: vanderso@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles
Prosody; experimental linguistics; endangered and under-documented languages; animal communication; speech technology.


rblustRobert A. Blust
Email: blust@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of Hawaiʿi at Mānoa
Historical linguistics; Austronesian linguistics and cultural history; field methods; lexicography; endangered and under-documented languages.


kdragerKatie K. Drager
Email: kdrager@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of Canterbury
Sociolinguistics; phonetics; experimental linguistics; language variation and change; language and identity.


gholtonGary Holton
Email: holton@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara
Language documentation; historical linguistics; Austronesian languages; Na-Dene languages; Papuan languages; linguistic typology; archiving; language revitalization.


Bradley McDonnell
Email: mcdonn@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara
Language documentation; Austronesian linguistics; syntax; phonology; corpus linguistics.


WilliamO'GradyJejuIslandWilliam O’Grady
Email: ogrady@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of Chicago
Syntactic theory and description; experimental syntax; language acquisition; Korean and Jejeuo, heritage languages; language revitalization.


aschaferAmy Schafer
Email: aschafer@nullhawaii.edu
Ph.D. University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Psycholinguistics; experimental linguistics; sentence comprehension and production (including in Korean, Japanese, Austronesian languages; under-documented languages and in language
learners/bilinguals); sentence prosody; information structure;
psycholinguistic approaches to language documentation and
conservation.


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