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My training is in Anthropology and Linguistics (Ph.D. UA, Anthropology and Linguistics Joint Program 1998). I have been at the University of Arizona in one capacity or other - most involving undergraduate teaching - since 1986, and have also taught at Pima Community College. In addition to my teaching commitments I serve on several University committees including Faculty Senate, University Hearing Board, the University-Wide General Education Committee, and others. I served for four years as Secretary of the Faculty of the University of Arizona, I am currently working to support technology development for Indigenous language communities, including undergraduate research opportunities in the areas of tech development, language reclamation and universal design for linguistics teaching and learning.

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Courses
  • MLS
    Meaning in Language and Society

  • L
    Language

  • LN
    Linguistics for Non-majors

  • LSI
    Language and Social Issues

  • MSL
    Mind, Self and Language

  • LDA
    Linguistics in the Digital Age

  • AIL
    American Indian Languages

  • LW
    Language in the World

  • MELR
    Methods & Ethics in Linguistic Research

  • IL
    Introduction to Linguistics

  • TSMW
    The Structure and Meaning of Words

Grants
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    Collaborative Research: The COLRC 2.0: A Coeur d'Alene Grassroots Community-Based Digital Documentation and Preservation Project

    Principal Investigator (PI)

    2018

    $98.0K
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    Collaborative Research: Coeur d'Alene Online Digital Resources

    Principal Investigator (PI)

    2012

    $31.9K
News
  • Endangered Language Loss Calls for Preservation, Revitalization

    2017

Publications (33)
Recent
  • NAMA in the IYIL 2019 Perspectives: Celebrating 20 Years Training Native Scholars in Linguistics

    2022

  • Language invention in linguistics pedagogy

    2020

  • 100 years of analyzing Coeur d’Alene with the community

    2018

  • An invented language project for the introductory linguistics classroom.

    2017

  • Community, Technology, Education, and Language: A case study in digital language resource development for a minorized language

    2017

  • A bibliography of Coeur d'Alene with commentary revisited

    2016

  • Engaging Broader Audiences

    2015

  • Public outreach in linguistics: Engaging broader audiences

    2015

  • A bibliography of Coeur d'Alene with commentary.

    2014

  • Creating grass roots digital Coeur d’Alene resources: The COLRC

    2013

  • A case-study in grass roots development of web resources for language workers

    2013

  • The persistence of language: Constructing and confronting the past and present in the voices of Jane H. Hill

    2013

  • The Persistence of Language

    2013

  • Creating Grass Roots Digital Coeur d'Alene Resources: the COLRC

    2013

  • The Coeur d’Alene Online Language Resource Center: A grassroots digital resource

    2013

  • The TAPS Checklist as a tool for grassroots development of digital language resources

    2013

  • Maya Writing System

    2010

  • Blackfoot Gender and Syntax

    2010

  • Learning the International Phonetic Alphabet

    2010

  • Person and Number Marking in Lakota

    2010

  • Lecture on Syntax for American Indian Languages

    2010

  • Navajo/English Dictionary of Verbs

    2009

  • Cues to perception of reduced flaps

    2009

  • Perception of reduced speech: Approximated stops

    2008

  • Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics from AZ

    2000

  • Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics from AZ, Volume 10.

    2000

  • The optimal account of Tohono O’odham truncation

    1995

  • Constraint Violability in Western Apache

    1995

  • Arapaho accent

    1995

  • Need for cognition, ambiguity tolerance and symbol systems: An initial exploration

    1988

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