Siri G. Tuttle

LSA 115: Language documentation and language communities

Siri Tuttle graduated from the University of Washington in 1998 with a Ph.D thesis based on original field in Tanana Athabascan (interior Alaska). Following a postdoc in the UCLA phonetics lab and a two-year research stint at the Technische Universität Berlin, she joined the faculty of the Alaska Native Language Center in 2003. In addition to working with Athabascan communities in Alaska, Tuttle has been involved in documentation and revitalization efforts in California, Arizona and New Mexico with both Athabaskan and Tanoan communities. Her linguistic interests include, but are not limited to, the description and analysis of stress, tone and intonational systems and the interfaces between morphology and syntax and morphology and phonetics.

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