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Degrees Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph.D., 1981 University of Arizona, B.A., 1976 Professional Experience 2015-present: Professor Emeritus, UCLA 2020-present: Principal Scientist, PARC, a Xerox Company 2019-2020: Senior Director, AI Research…Read More
My primary research involves the study of all aspects of the grammar of a number of different American Indian languages (currently focusing on Chickasaw, San Lucas Quiavin Zapotec and other…Read More
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I’m from Pittsburgh PA where I grew up and received my primary, secondary, and some postgraduate education. After spending four years in Maryknoll Seminary I decided neither the priesthood nor…Read More
Susan Curtiss’ main fields of interest fall within psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics. Her work is focused in several areas. First, she is interested in maturational constraints on first language development (“Critical…Read More
Raimo Anttila’s work deals with Indo-European and some Finno-Ugric, particularly with etymology and loans. There is also a strain of analogy, semiotics, and gestalt theory and gestalt morphology. Another feature…Read More
Research Looking back over my career as a theoretical linguist and a field linguist, I am struck by the vast theoretical progress the field has made, and the stability in…Read More