ILR DE: Faculty, Staff and Students


The following Berkeley faculty are currently members of the Graduate Group in Indigenous Language Revitalization:


Johnny Morales Arellano, Linguistics/DE-ILR Graduate Student Services

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Graduate Students

The following Berkeley graduate students are currently enrolled in the Designated Emphasis in Indigenous Language Revitalization:

Recent PhDs:

  • Sara Chase (Education, 2020) Na:tinixwe Education as a Site for (Re)newed Words and Worlds. Assistant professor, Department of Child Development, Cal Poly Humboldt.
  • Edwin Ko (Linguistics, 2023) Studies in Crow Linguistics: Documentation, Grammar, and History. Lecturer, Linguistics, Yale University.
  • Julia Nee (Linguistics, 2021) Participatory Action Research in Teotitlán del Valle Zapotec Language Revitalization. Bilingual Research Associate, Exploratorium, San Francisco.
  • Esther Ramer (Classics, 2021) What Does the Fox Say? A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Aesop and the Talking Animal Tradition. Accommodations Coordinator, Housing Assignments Office, UC Berkeley
  • Tessa Scott (Linguistics, 2023) Pronouns and agreement in San Juan Atitán MamPostdoctoral Fellow, Future of Higher Education, UC Berkeley