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Edward Stabler

Published: April 21, 2017

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 Scientist, Samsung Research America 2015-2018 Principal Research Scientist, Nuance Communications 1989-2015: Professor of Linguistics, UCLA 2012,2008,2004,2003: Lecturer, École d’Automne de Linguistique (EALING), École Normale Supérieure,…

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Terry Parsons

Published: April 21, 2017

I work on the semantics of natural language, trying to develop theories of truth and meaning for natural language similar to those devised for artificial languages by philosophical logicians. This is based in part on work by linguists on natural language syntax. A few years ago, I completed a book investigating the hypothesis that the…

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Pamela Munro

Published: April 21, 2017

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 varieties of Tlacolula Valley Zapotec, Pima, Gabrielino / Tongva / Fernandeo, Lakhota, Tolkapaya Yavapai, and Garifuna, and among others) and language families (especially Muskogean, Uto-Aztecan,…

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Craig Melchert

Published: April 21, 2017

Mailing address: 103 Westview Drive Apt. B Carrboro NC 27510-1564

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Thomas Hinnebusch

Published: April 21, 2017

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 life as a missionary were for me. I left and began Swahili and African studies at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh where I received a M.A….

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Susan Curtiss

Published: April 21, 2017

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 period” effects), and her work indicates that the greatest effects are on syntax and syntactically-driven morphology and that these effects increase with age at acquisition….

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Raimo Anttila

Published: April 21, 2017

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 is the philosophy of philology, as well as a general touch of history of linguistics.

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