- Linguistics Faculty
ANDERSON, Victoria (UCLA) vanderso-- phonetics-phonology interface; phonetic and phonological universals; prosody; endangered and underdocumented languages of Australia and Austronesia; speech technology
BEREZ, Andrea (UCSB) aberez-- language documentation; language technology; Athabascan languages; geography and language; discourse; intonation; language change; functional approaches to grammar
BLEY-VROMAN, Robert [SLS] (Washington) vroman-- applied linguistics; syntax; second language acquisition theory; computational linguistics; natural language processing; corpus linguistics; and machine translation.
NOTE: Those interested in working primarily on second language acquisition with Professor Bley-Vroman should direct their applications to the Department of Second Language Studies, where he is also a member of the Graduate Faculty.
BLUST, Robert A. (U Hawai‘i) blust-- historical linguistics; Austronesian linguistics and cultural history; field methods; lexicography; endangered and underdocumented languages
CAMPBELL, Lyle (UCLA) lylecamp-- language documentation, historical linguistics, endangered languages and language revitalization, typology, field methods, American Indian languages
NOTE: Those interested in working primarily with Professor Cook should direct their applications to the Department of East-Asian Languages & Literatures, where she is also a member of the Graduate Faculty.
DEEN, Kamil Ud (UCLA) kamil-- language acquisition, morphosyntax, Bantu languages; second language acquisition
DONEGAN, Patricia J. (Ohio State) donegan-- phonology and phonetics; vowel systems; acquisition; variation and change; typology; Austroasiatic languages, language documentation
DRAGER, Katie K. (Canterbury) kdrager-- language variation and change; sociophonetics; language and identity; languages in contact; laboratory phonetics
O'GRADY, William (Chicago) ogrady-- syntactic theory and description; language acquisition; Korean; assessment of language strength
ONNIS, Luca [SLS] (Warwick) lucao-- cognitive science of learning; computational models of language acquisition; statistical learning; brain correlates of language processing; monolingual and bilingual sentence processing; corpus linguistics and corpus-based analyses; language evolution; revival of endangered languages.
NOTE: Those interested in working primarily with Professor Onnis should direct their applications to the Department of Second Language Studies, where he is also a member of the Graduate Faculty.
OTSUKA, Yuko (Oxford) yotsuka-- syntax, Minimalist Program; Tongan and Polynesian languages; endangered and underdocumented languages and language planning in Polynesia
PETERS, Ann M. (Wisconsin) ann-- language acquisition: prosody, emergence of grammatical morphemes, crosslinguistic issues
REHG, Kenneth L. (U Hawai‘i) rehg-- phonology; Micronesian linguistics; lexicography; endangered and underdocumented languages; language contact; language planning; vernacular language education
SCHAFER, Amy J. (U Mass.) aschafer-- sentence comprehension and production across languages (including Korean, Japanese, and Austronesian languages), sentence prosody, information structure, psycholinguistic approaches to language documentation and conservation
SCHWARTZ, Bonnie D. [SLS] (USC)-- Linguistic theory and second language acquisition, Universal Grammar, Child SLA
NOTE: Those interested in working primarily on second language acquisition with Professor Schwartz should direct their applications to the Department of Second Language Studies, where she is also a member of the Graduate Faculty.
NOTE: Those interested in working primarily with Professor Sohn should direct their applications to the Department of East-Asian Languages & Literatures, where he is also a member of the Graduate Faculty.
NOTE: Those interested in working primarily with Professor Vovin should direct their applications to the Department of East-Asian Languages & Literatures, where he is also a member of the Graduate Faculty.
- Cooperating Faculty
HOONCHAMLONG, Yuphaphann (IPLL)-- Thai linguistics (syntax, discourse, semantics), Tai/Thai dialectology, language learning and teaching, internet technology in language research and language instruction, translation
SAK-HUMPHRY, Chhany (IPLL)-- Khmer language, linguistics and literature
SILVA, Noenoe K. (POLS)-- Hawaiian politics, indigenous politics
WARNER, Sam L. (IPLL)-- Hawaiian language, Hawaiian language immersion education, curriculum development and second-language acquisition, educational psychology
- Adjunct/Affiliate Faculty
BIRD, Steven (Affiliate)-- computational analysis of written and spoken languages; tone languages; endangered language preseration; linguistic annotation and query
CHOE, Jin Sun -- first/second language acquisition, syntax
CHOO, Miho (Adjunct) -- Korean
EARTH, Barbara (Adjunct) -- sign languages, history of Hawai'i Sign Language (HSL)
FURUKAWA, Toshiaki (Adjunct) (Osaka University)-- sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology
GRIMES, Joseph (Adjunct) -- theory of the lexicon, discourse, language divergence
HATTORI, Ryoko (Adjunct) --language documentation, Oceanic language, language survival, typology, syntax, first language acquisition
MIYAGI, Kimi (Adjunct) -- syntactic theory, language documentation, Micronesian linguistics
SIEGEL, Jeff (Adjunct) -- language contact and contact-induced language change (pidgin, creole, new dialects); language and education; descriptive or sociolinguistic studies of particular languages in Oceania or South Asia
THIEBERGER, Nick (Adjunct) -- Vanuatu languages, Australian languages, linguistic fieldwork thechnologies, lanuage archiving
WOODWARD, James (Adjunct) --
LINCOLN, Peter C-- Melanesian linguistics
- Emeriti and Retired Faculty
BENDER, Byron W.-- general linguistics; morphology; Micronesian linguistics
BICKERTON, Derek-- language variation; pidgins and creoles; language and literature
FORMAN, Michael L. (Cornell) -- general linguistics; ethnographic linguistics; Philippine studies, language documentation
GRACE, George W.-- historical linguistics; Austronesian, especially Melanesian linguistics; ethnolinguisitcs
JACOBS, Roderick A.-- syntax and syntactic change; English, Oceanic, and American Indian linguistics; discourse grammar and applied linguistics
LYOVIN, Anatole -- historical linguistics, language typology and Sino-Tibetan
REID, Lawrence A. -- Austronesian, especially Philippine and Formosan languages; lexicography, morphosyntactic reconstruction
SCHUTZ, Albert J.-- descriptive linguistics, field methods, lexicography; Fijian and other Melanesian languages; Hawaiian and other Polynesian languages; history of linguistics in the Pacific
STAMPE, David -- computational linguistics, phonology and prosody, holistic typology and drift, Munda languages
- Linguistics 100 Instructors
|Jonathan Kuo||Hiroko Sato|
- Linguistics 102 Instructors
|Thomas Dougherty||Melody Ross|
|James Grama||Nozomi Tanaka|
|Tyler Heston||John Van Way|
|Chae Eun Kim||Laura Viana|
- Linguistics 320 Instructors