LSA 310: Linguistic field methods
Pamela Munro received her A.B. in History from Stanford University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of California, San Diego, and is a Professor of Linguistics at UCLA. Munro's research focus is the grammar of indigenous languages of the United States and Mexico; she also publishes on slang, endangered languages, dictionary making, the Wolof language of Senegal, linguistic fieldwork, and other topics in general linguistics. Her publications (many co-authored with native speakers) include dictionaries and grammars of the Mohave, Cahuilla, Chickasaw, Kawaiisu, Wolof, and San Lucas Quiaviní — Zapotec languages, as well as many papers in books and journals and five dictionaries of undergraduate student slang.
External website: http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/people/munro/munro.htm
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