LSA 103: Athabaskan linguistic structures
I am University Professor and Canada Research Chair in Linguistics and Aboriginal Studies at the University of Toronto, and I am the Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Initiatives. I also serve as editor of IJAL (International Journal of American Linguistics). My research is concentrated in two major areas, Athabaskan linguistics and phonological theory, where in recent years I have been focused on markedness and its diagnostics. I have been involved with work in Dene communities in northern Canada, and developed a course in language revitalization.
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