|Anthropology and Linguistics||University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ|
Area:sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology
Lindsay's research interests include sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology, sociophonetics, language and identity, ethnicity/race, and urban dialectology. She completed her BA in Anthropology and Linguistics from New York University in 2011 and is currently a PhD student in Anthropology an Linguistics at the University of Arizona.
Cross-listing: Anthropology Tree
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|Artymovich K, Kim JS, Linz JE, et al. (2013) A "successful allele" at Campylobacter jejuni contingency locus Cj0170 regulates motility; "successful alleles" at locus Cj0045 are strongly associated with mouse colonization. Food Microbiology. 34: 425-30|