Fieldwork and Language Documentation

Christine Beier

Assistant Adjunct Professor

PhD, UT Austin

Language endangerment, vitality, and revitalization; language documentation and description; Amazonian languages

Madeline Bossi

PhD student

Syntax and its interfaces, semantics, pragmatics, language documentation and revitalization

Maksymilian Dabkowski

PhD student

Phonology and its interfaces, semantics, language documentation, language revitalization, logic, psycholinguistics

Wesley dos Santos

PhD student

Language documentation and description, historical linguistics, Amazonian languages (especially Kawahiva, a Tupí-Guaraní language)

Emily Drummond

PhD student

Syntax, semantics, language variation and change, language documentation, Polynesian languages, Nukuoro

Andrew Garrett

Professor of Linguistics, Nadine M. Tang and Bruce L. Smith Professor of Cross-Cultural Social Sciences

PhD, Harvard

Historical linguistics; Indo-European; Karuk, Yurok, and California Indian languages; language documentation and revitalization

Emily Grabowski

PhD student

Phonetics, phonology, tone, quantitative methods, language documentation

Larry M. Hyman

Professor of the Graduate School; Executive Director, France-Berkeley Fund

PhD, UCLA

Phonological theory, language typology, African languages, especially Bantu and other Niger-Congo

Edwin Ko

PhD student

Syntax, semantics, morphosyntax, language variation and change, historical and comparative linguistics, language documentation and revitalization, Alaska Native and Native American languages (especially Aleut, Crow, Hidatsa, and Northern Pomo)

Raksit Tyler Lau-Preechathammarach

PhD student

Sound change, experimental phonetics, tonogenesis, perception-production link, documentation & revitalization, Austroasiatic languages, Ryukyuan languages