PhD Student, MA (Simon Fraser University)
Syntactic and semantic typology; verb initiality; language and space; syntax and pragmatics of clause linkage; language endangerment; activism; revitalization; Salish; Austronesian, Sinitic; languages of Southeast Asia
Language documentation and revitalization; psycholinguistics; cognitive science
Language documentation and conservation
PhD Candidate, MA (National Tsing Hua University)
Comparative and historical linguistics; typology; tone; Kradai; Sino-Tibetan
PhD Student, BA (University of Hawaii)
Historical linguistics; language documentation and revitalization; Austronesian languages; Japonic languages; language isolates; Ainu; Okinawan; Yapese
Language documentation; linguistic typology; historical linguistics; phonetics; Mascoyan languages; Enlhet-Enenlhet languages; Gran Chaco areal linguistics
Language documentation; language acquisition and revitalization; language pedagogy; bilingual education; multi-lingual education; morphosyntax; Philippine-type languages; Western Subanon
PhD Student, BA (University of Michigan)
Language documentation and description; languages of the Caucasus; phonetics; morphology; syntax; language revitalization; open science; Finno-Ugric languages
PhD Student, BA (University of California, Los Angeles)
Language and geography; language documentation and revitalization; language and cognition; traditional ecological knowledge; phonetics; phonology
PhD Student, M.Sc. (TU Berlin), BS (UC Berkeley)
Language documentation and conservation; language maintenance and advocacy; technology in language documentation; Papuan languages
IANNUCCI, David J.
PhD Candidate, MS (Stony Brook), MA (Utah)
Grammatical theory; language change; Japonic; mathematical linguistics; digital humanities
PhD Student, BA (McGill), MPhil (Cambridge)
Sociolinguistics; phonetics; phonology; historical linguistics; vowel shifts. Languages: English, French, Hawaiian, Finnish.
L1 acquisition; atypical language development; bilingualism
PhD Student, BA (University of Chicago)
Languages of Borneo, with a focus on Lun Bawang/Lundayeh (which I speak fairly competently); symmetrical voice; synchronic and diachronic approaches to Austronesian morphosyntax; historical linguistics
NOSCHESE, Emily Jo
NUSARLERT, Porpla (Anongnard)
O’BRIEN, Colleen Alena
PhD Candidate, MA (University of Hawaii), BA (Miami)
Language documentation; syntax; anthropology
Children’s first language acquisition; syntax; semantics; pragmatics
Language documentation; language acquisition; sociolinguistics
Language documentation and description, video documentation, phonetics, language contact and change, traditional knowledge systems, language and space. Languages spoken: French (fluent), Spanish (intermediate), Indonesian (intermediate) and Hawaiian (working knowledge)
Language documentation and revitalization; phonology; historical linguistics
Language documentation, endangered languages, morphology, phonology, language revitalization, historical linguistics, Austronesian languages, Japonic languages, Celtic languages, Papuan languages
Language documentation and conservation; Roviana linguistics, Solomon Island linguistics; Austronesian languages; Pacific Island languages; syntax; symmetrical voice; ergativity; phonology; typology; Emergentism
PhD Student, BA (Georgetown University)
Language documentation and conservation; endangered languages; linguistic economics; activism.
Language documentation; language revitalization; Austronesian languages; Barbacoan languages; Kanowit; endangered languages.
PhD Student, BS (Black Hills State University)
Language documentation and conservation; language revitalization; northern Dene languages (Canada): Dene Dháh, Hän.
WILLIAMS-SOLOMON, Haʻalilio (Noah)
Hawaiian language pedagogy; revitalization; linguistic ideologies; translation theory; and morphosyntactic analysis
MA Student, BA (University of Southern California)
Language processing, cognition & acquisition; sociolinguistics. Languages: Persian, Mandarin, Hawaiian Pidgin.
Language documentation and revitalization.
DOMINGUEZ, Dillon (Keane)
Syntax, language documentation, Japanese in 17th-19th century
MA Student with focus on Historical Syntax
Syntactic description across languages, historical linguistics, language change across time, and the effects of historical relations between communities on their respective languages. I speak English, Japanese, and some Mandarin.
Language documentation, phonetics, historical linguistics
Sign languages, language documentation and revitalization, language ideologies, language policy, and linguistic anthropology
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, ASL
MA Student, BA (Brigham Young University – Provo) Language documentation; phonology; historical linguistics; Amazonia; Napo and Paztasa Quichua; Waorani
MA Student, BA (New York University)
Language Documentation and Conservation, Papuan languages, Morphology, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Community-focused archiving.
Languages spoken: French (Cameroon)
Current Indisciplinary Studies Linguistics Majors
AKIN, Emmy (Margaret)
Native Californian languages; Native Central and South American languages; language revitalization; local ecological knowledge within language.