Arienne Dwyer’s work bridges linguistic typology and ethnography, critical discourse analysis, indigenous advocacy, and digital humanities. She is known for identifying Chinese Inner Asia as a language convergence area (Sprachbund), and for her work in Uyghur language and cultural studies. She views Inner Asia as having a common grammar of linguistic and cultural practices, where
Mark Aronoff spent the first twenty years of his life in Montreal and came to the United States to pursue graduate studies. He is Distinguished Professor of Linguistics at Stony Brook University, where he has spent his entire academic career studying the structure of words. His research has concentrated on fundamental theoretical questions in linguistic
Robert D. Fulk
R. D. Fulk is Class of 1964 Chancellor’s Professor of English at Indiana University, Bloomington, where he has taught since 1983. He has also taught at Wabash College (1982–1983) and the University of Copenhagen (1987–1988) and has held a visiting position various years at New York University. He is a philologist specializing in Germanic and
Oscar E. Aguilera F.
Oscar E. Aguilera F. was born in Santiago, Chile, in 1949. He studied Classical Philology (Greek and Latin), Germanistik, and Linguistics at the University of Chile. He has been professor of Greek, Latin, German, and Linguistics at the University of Chile, where he taught for more than thirty years. In 1975 he started a reseach
Alice C. Harris
Alice C. Harris is a Professor of Linguistics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. After receiving her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1976 and completing a postdoctoral fellowship there, she served on the faculty of Vanderbilt University for many years. At Vanderbilt, she chaired the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages, which housed the Linguistics