University of Arizona

Name Area Department Start Year Stop Year Advisor
Idriss AbdoulayeLiteracy2003 Patricia Anders (grad student)
Satoshi Abecultural anthropology, modernity, religion and secularism, social and political theory, liberalism, reform, public culture, mass media, nationalism, historiography Anthropology2013 Brian E. Silverstein (grad student)
Jesus M. Acosta IriquiHer research focuses on early literacy, bilingualism and biliteracy development, language socialization, and child development Language, Reading & Culture2012 Iliana Reyes (grad student)
Brian L. Adams-Thies Anthropology2007 Norma C. Mendoza-denton (grad student)
Elea AguirreVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism2002 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Hyunok AhnLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education2006 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Khaled Al MasaeedLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2013 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Jassem M. Al-FahidGeneral, Language and Literature, Linguistics2000 Kenneth S. Goodman (grad student)
Muhammad A. Al-Qudhai'een2003 Rudolph Troike (grad student)
Lisa E. AllspachSpeech Communication, Social Psychology2000 Judee K. Burgoon (grad student)
Adnan Othman AlobaidLanguage Assessment
Jose A. Alvarez ValenciaLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2014 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Nancy H. AmannHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2005 Kathy Short (grad student)
Cathy Amanti Her research focuses on language processes in the U.S./Mexico borderlands, immigration and education, language ideologies, and household ethnographies. Language, Reading & Culture2013 Norma Gonzalez (grad student)
Ari S. Anandcultural anthropology, modernity, religion and secularism, social and political theory, liberalism, reform, public culture, mass media, nationalism, historiography Anthropology2008 Brian E. Silverstein (grad student)
Patricia AndersLiteracy
Michael Don Anderson Linguistics2009 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Diana Archangeliphonology
Robert A. AriewLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education
Mary S. ArmstrongHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2005 Kathy Short (grad student)
Joanna C. ArnoldLiteracy Language, Reading & Culture2011 Patricia Anders (grad student)
Elizabeth J. Arnot-HopfferBilingual and Multicultural Education Language, Reading and Culture2007 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Wendy AshbyLanguage and Literature Education2003 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Patricia Azuara SanchezHer research focuses on early literacy, bilingualism and biliteracy development, language socialization, and child development Language, Reading & Culture2009 Iliana Reyes (grad student)
Dominique G. BachmannLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education2001 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Heidi R. BaconLiteracy Language, Reading & Culture2014 Patricia Anders (grad student)
Amanda Jean BaileyEducation, Anthropology Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Todd A. BakerPhonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, poetry, language games, English, Celtic Linguistics2008 Michael Hammond (grad student)
Ojeya C. BanksAnthropology and Education Language, Reading & Culture2007 Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Norma P. Barletta ManjarresLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2007 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Luis S. BarrosSociocultural Anthropology Norma C. Mendoza-denton (grad student), Jennifer Roth-Gordon (research assistant)
Andrew BarssLinguistics Language, Cognitive Psychology
Andy Barsssyntax, semantics, knowledge representation, implementation, optimization, reading
Karen A. BartoPhonetics, Phonology, Psycholinguistics Second Language Acquisition and Teaching2015 Miquel Simonet (grad student)
Robert C. BasalduVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism Anthropology2009 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Sara M. BeaudrieLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education2006 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Kristina BeckmanAnthropology and Education2005 Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Randi S. BerlingerAnthropology and Education Education, Language and Culture2007 Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Jeffrey J. Berryphonology Linguistics2012 Diana Archangeli (grad student)
Thomas G. Beverpsycholinguistics, cognitive neuroscience, linguistics,
Sonya F. BirdPhonetics-Phonology interface2002 Natasha Warner (grad student)
Shannon T. Bischoff2007 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Patrick A. BolgerCognitive Psychology, Linguistics Language, Bilingual and Multicultural Education2005 Cecile McKee (grad student)
Michael BonineLinguistics Language
Joseph A. BonitoSocial Psychology, Linguistics Language, Cognitive Psychology
Carine BourgetAfrican Literature, African Studies, Linguistics Language
Marcia R. BrendenSociology of Education, Cultural Anthropology2000 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Jordan B. Brewer Linguistics2008 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Jong Y. BrewerAnthropology and Education2003 Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Darla M. BrownHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2005 Kathy Short (grad student)
Danika M. BrownRhetoric and Composition Language, Higher Education2003 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Gilbert BrownHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2013 Kathy Short (grad student)
Ana C. BrunoVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism2003 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Gene Bukhmanmedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine2001 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Nyssa BulkesPsycholinguistics, language comprehension, figurative language Psychology2017 Vicky Lai (post-doc)
Judee K. BurgoonInformation Technology, Linguistics Language, Management Business Administration
Lindsay Kay Butler Linguistics2011 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Lynnika Butlerlanguage revitalization Linguistics2013 Natasha Warner (grad student)
Maggie CampJapanese linguistics, sociolinguistics, sexuality and language East Asian Studies2009 Natasha Warner (grad student), Timothy Vance (grad student), John M. Lawler (research assistant), Kimberly Jones (grad student)
Tasha Campbell Spanish & Portuguese20102016 Sonia Colina (grad student)
Chiara M. CannellaAnthropology and Education Language, Reading & Culture2009 Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Catherine M. CarmichaelBilingual and Multicultural Education, Early Childhood Education, Language and Literature Education Language, Reading & Culture2008 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Andrew H. CarnieSyntax, Celtic Languages, Phonology, Morphology Heidi B. Harley (collaborator)
Lauren Carruthmedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine Anthropology2011 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Judith K. CaseyLiteracy2001 Patricia Anders (grad student)
Joseph V. Casillas Spanish & Portuguese20102016 Miquel Simonet (grad student)
Heide Castanedamedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine2007 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Josefina M. CastilloAdult and Continuing Education, Social Work, Women's Studies2000 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Patricia M. Castrodad-RodriguezHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2010 Kathy Short (grad student)
Theresa CatalanoLinguistics Language, English as a Second Language Education, Foreign Language Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2011 Grace E. Fielder (grad student)
Heather A. CavellMathematics Education, Secondary Education, Hispanic American Studies Language, Reading & Culture2010 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Mi-Kyoung ChangHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2013 Kathy Short (grad student)
Chien-Chou ChenLinguistics2001 D Terence Langendoen (grad student)
Jaehoon ChoiSyntax, Morphology, Semantics Linguistics2014 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Joon-Beom Chu Norma C. Mendoza-denton (grad student)
Ruth E. Claros KartchnerBilingual and Multicultural Education, Special Education, General Language2000 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Karen Coelhomedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine2004 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Lara d. Coggin Her research focuses on language processes in the U.S./Mexico borderlands, immigration and education, language ideologies, and household ethnographies. Language, Reading & Culture2011 Norma Gonzalez (grad student)
Deborah ColePhonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, poetry, language games, English, Celtic2004 Michael Hammond (grad student)
Sonia Colina
Sonya N. ConnollyHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2005 Kathy Short (grad student)
Christina Convertino Her research focuses on language processes in the U.S./Mexico borderlands, immigration and education, language ideologies, and household ethnographies. Language, Reading & Culture2011 Norma Gonzalez (grad student)
Susan L. CooledgeLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education2004 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Susan CorapiHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2014 Kathy Short (grad student)
Maite Correaheritage language, critical pedagogy, metalinguistic awareness, teacher training2008 Sonia Colina (grad student), Perry Gilmore (grad student), Janet Nicol (grad student), Rudolph Troike (grad student), Antxon Olarrea (grad student)
Nolvia A. CortezLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2008 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Rolando Coto SolanoLanguage revitalization, phonetics, tone Linguistics Linguistics Linguistics20132016 Andrew B. Wedel (grad student), Leisy T. Wyman (grad student), Natasha Warner (grad student)
Jody H. CrippsReading Education, Linguistics Language, Special Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2008 Samuel J. Supalla (grad student)
Adrienne CrumpRhetoric and Composition Language, Gender Studies English2013 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Irene d'AlmeidaAfrican Literature, African Studies, Linguistics Language
Huanping DaiPsychoacoustics
Deanna L. DayHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2002 Kathy Short (grad student)
Amy E. DaytonRhetoric and Composition Language, United States History2005 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Sharon K. DeckertLanguage and Literature Education2006 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
William DeGenaroRhetoric and Composition Language, Higher Education, History of Education2002 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Richard Demers
Douglas C. DerrickComputer Science, Management Business Administration Management Information Systems2011 Judee K. Burgoon (grad student)
Miriam DiazSecond Language Acquisition2011 Natasha Warner (grad student), Antxon Olarrea (grad student)
Miriam Diaz GranadoPhonetics, Phonology, Psycholinguistics Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2011 Miquel Simonet (grad student)
Deborah L. DimmettHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2010 Kathy Short (grad student)
Shiloh Drakepsycholinguistics, morphology, lexical access
Lauralee J. DrydenHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2004 Kathy Short (grad student)
Hang DuLinguistics Language2004 Feng-hsi Liu (grad student)
Cynthia M. DucarLanguage and Literature Education2006 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Stephanie DuisbergLanguage and Literature, Linguistics2001 Renate A. Schulz (grad student)
Norah E. DunbarSpeech Communication, Social Psychology, Theory and Methods2000 Judee K. Burgoon (grad student)
Joseph J. DuprisLanguage Revitalization, Klamath-Modoc, Language Shift Linguistics Anthropology20152015 Stacey Oberly (grad student), Jennifer Roth-Gordon (grad student)
Paola "Giuli" E. DussiasBilingualism, second language acquisition, psycholinguistics Rudolph Troike (grad student)
Chen-chun E Linguistics2014 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Michele M. EbersoleHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2000 Kathy Short (grad student)
Aaron C. ElkinsManagement Business Administration, Social Psychology, Artificial Intelligence Management Information Systems2011 Judee K. Burgoon (grad student)
Olga EllisLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2012 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Dirk A. Elzingaphonology, native american linguistics19931999 Diana Archangeli (grad student)
Simona E. EneLanguage and Literature Education2006 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Naciye G. ErcetinLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education2001 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Annika Ericksencultural anthropology, modernity, religion and secularism, social and political theory, liberalism, reform, public culture, mass media, nationalism, historiography Anthropology2014 Brian E. Silverstein (grad student)
Betil ErozLanguage and Literature Education2003 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Mary L. FahrenbruckHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2009 Kathy Short (grad student)
Jeanne G. FainHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2003 Kathy Short (grad student)
Scott O. FarrarLinguistics2003 D Terence Langendoen (grad student)
Samira FarwanehLinguistics Language, Language and Literature Education, Modern Language
Nayalin P. Fellerbilingualism, biliteracy, indigenous education, linguistic anthropology Iliana Reyes (grad student), Norma Gonzalez (grad student), Sheilah Nicholas (grad student), Kathy Short (grad student), Md. Ashiqur Rahman (collaborator)
Luciana FellinVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism2001 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Wei FengLinguistics Language2003 Richard Demers (grad student)
Grace E. FielderLinguistics Language, Language and Literature Education, Cultural Anthropology
Matthew S. Finkbeinerlexical access, masked priming, bilingual speech production2002 Kenneth I. Forster (grad student), Janet Nicol (grad student)
Colleen M. Fitzgeraldphonology, Native American linguistics, language documenation and revitalization Michael Hammond (grad student)
Bonnibeth B. Fonseca-GreberLexical Semantics, Pragmatics2000 Adrienne Lehrer (grad student)
Kenneth I. ForsterPsycholinguistics, Masked Priming, Lexical access, Visual Word Recognition, Bilingualism, Morphology John J. B. Allen (collaborator)
Amy V. Fountainphonology, Navajo, language revitalization, morpho-phonology Linguistics Anthropology Linguistics Linguistics19921998 Michael Hammond (grad student), Jane H. Hill (grad student), Mary Ann Willie (grad student), Richard Demers (grad student)
Claudia FrancomSociolinguistics, Linguistic Anthropology Spanish2012 Norma C. Mendoza-denton (grad student)
Randa A. GamalBilingual and Multicultural Education, Linguistics Language Language, Reading & Culture2007 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Andrea Garcia ObregonHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2002 Kathy Short (grad student)
Merrill F. GarrettPsycholinguistics, speech errors, speech production, sentence comprehension, spoonerisms Kenneth I. Forster (collaborator)
Jonathan Geary Linguistics2015 Adam Ussishkin (grad student)
Jessica E. GerardLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2007 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Chip GerfenPhonetics, Phonology, Sociophonetics, Statistical Learning Diana Archangeli (grad student)
LouAnn GerkenLanguage acquisition
Perry GilmoreAnthropology and Education
Jason R. GinsburgLinguistics Language Linguistics2009 Simin Karimi (grad student)
Namino M. Glantzmedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine2007 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Kathryn R. Goldademedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine Anthropology2008 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Tamar H. GollanSecond language acquisition, bilingualism Kenneth I. Forster (grad student), Merrill F. Garrett (grad student)
Rebecca L. GomezCognitive development1995 LouAnn Gerken (grad student), Roger W. Schvaneveldt (grad student)
Gwynne GonzalezJapanese linguistics, sociolinguistics Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2011 Kimberly Jones (grad student)
Albert S. GonzalezHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2003 Kathy Short (grad student)
Norma Gonzalez Her research focuses on language processes in the U.S./Mexico borderlands, immigration and education, language ideologies, and household ethnographies. Jane H. Hill (grad student), Ana Celia Zentella (grad student), Paulo Freire (grad student)
Aura E. Gonzalez-RoblesHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2011 Kathy Short (grad student)
Erin GoodLanguage Acquisition Linguistics2008 Natasha Warner (grad student)
Kenneth S. GoodmanGeneral, Language and Literature, Linguistics
Anastasia A. GorbunovaVisual word recognition, masked priming, psycholinguistics, masking, awareness Psychology20072009 W Jake Jacobs (research assistant), Matthew S. Finkbeiner (research assistant), Janet Nicol (research assistant), John J. B. Allen (grad student), Kenneth I. Forster (grad student)
Bryan James GordonLanguage revitalization, Information structure, Gender, Social cognition Norma C. Mendoza-denton (grad student)
Colin F. Gorriephonology Linguistics Linguistics2014 Diana Archangeli (grad student), Andrew H. Carnie (grad student)
Julia V. Gousseva-GoodwinLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education2000 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Samantha L. Gracesociocultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, medical anthropology20092015 Susan J. Shaw (grad student), Mimi Nichter (research assistant), Luis S. Barros (collaborator)
Tania GranadilloVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism2006 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Sumayya (Racy) GrangerEnglish as a Second Language Syntax, Semantics Andrew H. Carnie (grad student)
Patricia GrieselLiteracy2000 Patricia Anders (grad student)
Honoria GuarinoCultural Anthropology, Linguistics Language2003 Susan Philips (grad student)
Carmen H. Guerrero-NietoLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2009 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Ute M. HakerRhetoric and Composition Language, History of Education Rhetoric, Composition & the Teaching of English2010 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Michael HammondPhonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, poetry, language games, English, Celtic
Phillip E. HammondsLinguistics Language, Language and Literature Education, Cultural Anthropology2001 Grace E. Fielder (grad student)
Heidi B. Harleysyntax, lexical semantics, morphology
Robert M. HarnishLinguistics Language, Speech Communication, Higher Education
Jason Derek Haugen2004 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Rachel L. HayesPhonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, poetry, language games, English, Celtic2003 Michael Hammond (grad student)
Rachel L. Hayes-HarbPhonetics, Second Language Aquisition2003 Michael Hammond (grad student), Natasha Warner (grad student)
Julian C. HeatherLanguage and Literature, Linguistics2003 Renate A. Schulz (grad student)
Shawn I. HellmanRhetoric and Composition Language, History of Religion, United States History2003 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Robert HendersonSemantics
Catherine Hicks-KennardSociolingusitics2006 Natasha Warner (grad student)
Jane H. HillVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism19911993 Judith T. Irvine (collaborator)
Manuel M. HinojosaRhetoric and Composition Language, Language and Literature Education2005 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Mary M. Hodges-PopovaAnthropology and Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2010 Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Angeline P. HoffmanHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2010 Kathy Short (grad student)
Maureen HoffmannLinguistics, linguistic anthropology2011 Qing Zhang (grad student)
Azita Hojatollah2006 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Yu-Ying HouHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2013 Kathy Short (grad student)
Raymond G. HounfodjiAfrican Literature, African Studies French2011 Irene d'Almeida (grad student)
Ke HuangHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading and Culture2014 Kathy Short (grad student)
Andrew L. HuertaLiteracy Language, Reading & Culture2013 Patricia Anders (grad student)
Mans HuldenPhonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, poetry, language games, English, Celtic Linguistics2009 Michael Hammond (grad student)
Yueh-Nu HungGeneral, Language and Literature, Linguistics2000 Kenneth S. Goodman (grad student)
Damla Isikcultural anthropology, modernity, religion and secularism, social and political theory, liberalism, reform, public culture, mass media, nationalism, historiography2007 Brian E. Silverstein (grad student)
Scott JacobsCognitive Psychology, Speech Communication, Linguistics Language
Debra E. JacobsonHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2002 Kathy Short (grad student)
Holly JacobsonLinguistics Language2002 Muriel Saville-Troike (grad student)
Gisela E. JerniganHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2003 Kathy Short (grad student)
Alicia C. JimenezHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2009 Kathy Short (grad student)
Luz Jimenez Quispe Her research focuses on language processes in the U.S./Mexico borderlands, immigration and education, language ideologies, and household ethnographies. Language, Reading & Culture2013 Norma Gonzalez (grad student)
Lingxia JinLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2011 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Keith E. JohnsonSecond Language Acquisition Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2008 Natasha Warner (grad student)
Kimberly JonesJapanese linguistics, sociolinguistics
Erik M. JuergensmeyerRhetoric and Composition Language2007 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Hyun Kyoung Jung Linguistics2014 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Leslie H. KahnHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2005 Kathy Short (grad student)
Paul J. KaldjianGeography, General Agriculture, Middle Eastern History2000 Michael Bonine (grad student)
Beth E. Kangasmedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine2002 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Mariko KaratsuConversation Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics
Simin KarimiLinguistics Language, Modern Language
Akiko KatoGeneral Language, Linguistics Language, Modern Language2001 Muriel Saville-Troike (grad student)
Lindsay Kelleysociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology2011 Norma C. Mendoza-denton (grad student)
Catherine H. Kennardphonology Language, Linguistics2006 Diana Archangeli (grad student)
Gregory Key Linguistics2013 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Shireen Keyl Her research focuses on language processes in the U.S./Mexico borderlands, immigration and education, language ideologies, and household ethnographies. Language, Reading and Culture2014 Norma Gonzalez (grad student)
Viktor KharlamovPhonetics, phonology, psycholinguistics20122014 Natasha Warner (post-doc)
Emily KidderPhonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, poetry, language games, English, Celtic Anthropology & Linguistics2013 Michael Hammond (grad student)
Misun KimHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2010 Kathy Short (grad student)
Dorea K. Kleker Her research focuses on language processes in the U.S./Mexico borderlands, immigration and education, language ideologies, and household ethnographies. Language, Reading & Culture2013 Norma Gonzalez (grad student)
Masato KogureLinguistics Language2003 Susan Philips (grad student)
Alexandra KuchukAnthropology and Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2012 Perry Gilmore (grad student)
Meredith A. KuhnVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism Anthropology2008 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Lori Labotka Anthropology2014 Norma C. Mendoza-denton (grad student)
Amy LaCrossphonology, psycholinguistics Linguistics20052011 Adam Ussishkin (grad student)
Terry LangendoenLinguistics Language, Cultural Anthropology
D Terence LangendoenLinguistics
Terence LangendoenLinguistics Language
Jill LanyCognitive development2007 Rebecca L. Gomez (grad student)
Jeongrae Lee2006 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Adrienne LehrerLexical Semantics, Pragmatics
Murray S. LepkinVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism2004 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Christina LezaVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism Anthropology2009 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
Wen-Yun LinGeneral, Language and Literature, Linguistics2000 Kenneth S. Goodman (grad student)
Chien-Jer Charles Linpsycholinguistics, sentence processing, Chinese linguistics2006 Thomas G. Bever (grad student)
Feng-hsi LiuLinguistics Language
Wen-Yun LiuHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2003 Kathy Short (grad student)
Si LiuJapanese linguistics, phonetics, phonology2004 Timothy Vance (grad student)
Leila Lomashvili Linguistics2010 Heidi B. Harley (grad student)
Julia M. Lopez-RobertsonHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2004 Kathy Short (grad student)
Susan B. LorensonPhonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, poetry, language games, English, Celtic Linguistics2014 Michael Hammond (grad student)
Herman R. LuceroHistory of Education, Bilingual and Multicultural Education2004 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Paul A. LyddonLanguage and Literature Education, Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2007 Robert A. Ariew (grad student)
Natasha MackCultural Anthropology, Modern Language, Women's Studies2004 Susan Philips (grad student)
Guillermo MalaveBilingual and Multicultural Education, Sociology of Education, Curriculum and Instruction Education, Ethnic and Racial Studies2006 Luis C. Moll (grad student)
Frank MalgesiniLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2010 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Lori MarksonCognitive development, language acquisition Paul Bloom (grad student)
Daylanne MarkwardtRhetoric and Composition Language, Higher Education, History of Education English2012 Thomas P. Miller (grad student)
Constantino Martinez FabianLinguistics Language2006 Terence Langendoen (grad student)
Carmen M. Martinez-RoldanHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t2000 Kathy Short (grad student)
Kyoko Masuda2002 Rudolph Troike (grad student)
Yuka MatsuguJapanese linguistics, sociolinguistics2007 Kimberly Jones (grad student)
Jessica MayeLanguage acquisition2000 LouAnn Gerken (grad student)
Tamara MCLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition and Teaching2014 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
Megan McCaffreyHer research has focused around dialogue and inquiry, particularly as connected to curricular frameworks and to the use of global literature to build intercultural understanding. Her research includes studies on the integration of global literature into t Language, Reading & Culture2014 Kathy Short (grad student)
Cecile McKeeLinguistics Language
J. B. McMahanmedical anthropology, health disparities, ethnomedicine Anthropology2014 Mark Nichter (grad student)
Bryan MeadowsLanguage and Literature Education Second Language Acquisition & Teaching2009 Linda E. Waugh (grad student)
David P. MedeirosSyntax, Formal Grammar, Biolinguistics Linguistics2012 Andrew H. Carnie (grad student)
Barbra A. MeekVariation in the Tohono O'odham language in relation to O'odham adaptation; language and identity, especially self­construction in narrative; discourse in classical and colonial Nahuatl; semiotics; language ideology; race and racism2001 Jane H. Hill (grad student)
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