PhD Student, BA, MA (Brigham Young University)
Language documentation and revitalization, Austronesian languages, linguistic typology, historical comparative linguistics.
Community-based language documentation, conservation and revitalization; syntax; technology in language documentation; historical linguistics.
PhD Student, BA (Macalester College)
Phonetics; language documentation and revitalization; sociolinguistics; interdisciplinary approaches to linguistics including ethnobotany; Jewish languages.
BUTLER, Nicoline (Nicki)
PhD Student, MA (University of Toronto), BA (York University)
Sociophonetics; experimental linguistics; Korean phonetics; multilingualism and codeswitching; Heritage languages; language variation
CABRERA, Angeli Noelle
PhD Student, BA (UC Santa Barbara)
Historical linguistics; Austronesian languages and cultural history; language documentation and revitalization; writing systems; cultural activism.
PhD Candidate, BA (University of Hawaii)
Historical linguistics; language documentation and revitalization; Austronesian languages; Japonic languages; language isolates; Ainu; Okinawan; Yapese.
ESQUIVEL, Orlyn Joyce
Philippine languages; language documentation, acquisition, and revitalization; linguistic typology; historical linguistics; sociolinguistics; corpus linguistics.
Phonology; Language Documentation; Austronesian; Indian Ocean Creoles.
PhD Student, BA (Dartmouth College)
Technology for language documentation; phonetics and phonology; Fijian; Judeo-Arabic.
KONG-JOHNSON, Claire (Noe)
PhD Student, BA (Princeton University)
Neuroscience; bilingualism; language acquisition; language revitilization.
Digital media approaches to language reclamation and revitalization; community-based language documentation and description; linguistic anthropology; sociolinguistics.
Language acquisition; psycholinguistics; neurolinguistics; Korean and Japanese syntax.
L1 acquisition; atypical language development; bilingualism.
Language acquisition; Syntax; Machine learning; Computational modeling; Historical linguistics; Sinitic languages (Taiwanese, Mandarin); Formosan languages; Tangut.
Language documentation and conservation; morphology; Pastaza and Napo Quichua; Amazonian languages; language variation
MAYER, Clemens (Clé)
PhD Student, BA, MA (Leiden University) Language documentation and revitalization; Micronesian linguistics; Papuan Linguistics; Indigenous knowledge; Community-centered revitalization; Language technology; Morphosemantics; Information Structure; Typology.
PhD Student, MA (Kent State University)
Language documentation and revitalization; language acquisition, pedagogy, and curriculum design; multilingualism; translation theory; Salish, signed languages, Spanish.
NUSARTLERT, Anongnard (Porpla)
Sociolinguistics; syntax; language acquisition. Language: Thai, Isaan, Lao, Phu Thai.
OHARA-SAFT, Sebastian (Sebi)
Language documentation; Jejueo; Japanese and Korean morphosyntax.
PhD Student, BA (University of Oregon)
Austronesian documentation; sociolinguistics, especially language attitudes.
REDDY, Anupama (Anu)
PhD Student (BA University of Colorado, Boulder)
Language Acquisition; bilingualism; morphosyntax; Indic languages (Marathi, Hindi); Telugu; French.
Bilingualism; heritage speaking; linguistic transfer; Korean.
PhD Student, BA (University of Chicago)
Endangered language documentation and revitalization; Papuan languages; landscape and place; ecological knowledge; sociolinguistics of gender and sexuality.
PhD Student, BA (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Bilingualism; language acquisition; heritage languages; language contact and change; language revitalization; language maintenance and shift; morphosyntax; Spanish; Armenian.
VILLAREAL, Venson (John)
Language documentation and revitalization; linguistic typology; grammaticalization; Philippine languages.
PhD Student, MA (National Taiwan University), BA (Calvin College)
Syntax; Language documentation & revitalization
Central Pacific Languages; Formosan Languages
WILLIAMS-SOLOMON, Haʻalilio (Noah)
Hawaiian language pedagogy; revitalization; linguistic ideologies; translation theory; and morphosyntactic analysis.
PhD Student, BA, BS (University of Texas at Austin), MA (University of Texas at El Paso)
Community-based language documentation and revitalization; bilingualism; multilingualism; first and second language acquisition; anaphora resolution; pedagogy and curricula development; digital domains in language revitalization
PhD Candidate, MA (University of Montana), BA (Boise State University)
Language documentation, acquisition, and revitalization; language pedagogy; curriculum design, materials development, and assessments in endangered language contexts; archiving and technology in language documentation and revitalization; Algonquian languages.
ZUBIRI, LOUWARD ALLEN
PhD Student, BA and MA (University of the Philippines Diliman)
Philippine languages and scripts; community-based approaches; language documentation and revitalization; multilingualism and mother tongue education; assessment of language vitality and endangerment; language geography; negation.
Language documentation, conservation and revitalization; Micronesian languages; morphosyntax; ergativity; TAM and negation; historical linguistics
Language documentation and community-based approaches to language revitalization, phonology and prosody, second language acquisition and learning, Chinese linguistics, Austronesian languages, Munda languages.
Sign language linguistics; creole languages; language variation & change; language documentation & revitalization; phonology
DANIELS, Raymond (Ray)
Morphosyntax, cognitive linguistics, semantic processing, internet linguistics
Languages: English, French, Latin
Community based language documentation and revitalization, knowledge systems in language, Salishan languages, signed languages, phonology, typology
Language documentation, Japonic languages.
Language documentation, linguistic typology, archiving, syntax, morphology, morphosyntax interface.
MOLINA GOMEZ, Armando
Language Revitalization and Normalization; language ideologies, attitudes and prestige; Community-based Language Documentation; Applied Linguistics and Theatre; Translation Studies; Morphosemantics; teaching materials and curriculum development
Community-based language revitalization, Language contact and change, Historical linguistics, Interdisciplinary linguistics, Creoles and mixed languages, Ryukyuan languages, Oral Histories and Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Prosody, Technology and language revitalization,
Current Interdisciplinary Studies Linguistics Majors