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|Colomina-Alminana, Juan||Center for Mexican American Studies; Philosophy||Philosophy of Language Linguistic Anthropology Bilingualism Philosophy of Mind and Consciousness Cognition: Intensional and Inductive Logic Philosophy of Science Metaphysics (specially Time) Points …|
|Crowhurst, Megan||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Linguistics||Speech perception (rhythm, metathesis); prosodic phonology (word stress, reduplication, and syllable structure); phonological typology; theoretical phonology (Optimality Theory).|
|Danielson, Elaine||Curriculum and Instruction||Prewriting strategies that affect students' idea generation and the quality of their products.|
|Davis, D||Communication Studies; English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||My work is situated at the intersection of rhetorical theory and continental philosophy. I hold the Kenneth Burke Chair of Rhetoric & Critical Media Philosophy at the European Graduate School in …|
|Dever, Joshua||Philosophy||Philosophy of language, metaphysics, epistemology, ancient philosophy, logic|
|Diehl, Randy||Psychology||The perception and production of speech sounds, on auditory category learning, psycholinguistics, cognition, and speech perception|
|Ebbeler, Jennifer||Classics; Religious Studies||Greco-Roman epistolography; the literature and cultural history of Late Antiquity, particularly Roman Africa; St. Augustine; Classical Latin prose; Vergil's Eclogues|
|Echols, Catharine||Psychology||Acquisition of language, and its interface with cognitive and social development: Children's use of social information—including gaze and other non-verbal cues, past accuracy, similarity, …|
|England, Nora||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Linguistics||Linguistic description; language politics; language ideologies; Mayan descriptive and comparative linguistics; grammar of Mayan languages; contemporary Mayan language politics; American languages.|
|Epps, Patience||Linguistics||Descriptive and documentary work on indigenous Amazonian languages, typology, language contact and language change, and the implications of the latter for studying Amazonian prehistory.|