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|Hancock, Ian||Linguistics; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Pidginization and Creolization of Language; Romani Language; Regional and Non-standard Varieties of English; African Linguistics.|
|Law, Daniel||Linguistics||Historical Linguistics Language Contact Mayan Languages Writing Systems|
|Meier, Richard||Linguistics||Psycholinguistics, acquisition of American Sign Language as a first language Professor Meier's research is inspired by the fact that there are two modalities, or transmission channels, available …|
|Myers, Scott||Linguistics||Professor Myers' early research was in formal models of phonology and morphology, particularly with respect to the Bantu languages of Africa. More recently, he has focused on experimental …|
|Quinto-Pozos, David||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics||Signed languages, Language contact, Signed language disorders, Language and gesture|
|Sessarego, Sandro||African and African Diaspora Studies; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Linguistics; Spanish and Portuguese||The Afro-Hispanic Languages of the Americas: Casting Light on their Grammar and Origin 1. My research The Afro-Hispanic Languages of the Americas (AHLAs), the languages that developed in Latin …|
|Simmons, David||Linguistics||American Sign Language|
|Smiljanic, Rajka||Linguistics||Focus of our research is on speech production, perception, and processing in a variety of languages. Our research revolves around understanding talker-, listener-, and signal-related characteristics …|
|Sussman, Harvey||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics||Speech motor control, coarticulatory dynamics, hemispheric specialization, stuttering, developmental apraxia, aphasia, neuronal modeling of phonological language acquisition|
|Wechsler, Stephen||Linguistics||Linguistics; syntactic theory: lexicalism, HPSG, LFG; morphosyntax: case-marking, agreement, ergativity; syntax-lexicosemantics interface: argument structure, aspect, prepositions, …|