I teach linguistics at "the Tri-Co": Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, and Swarthmore College. I've been studying Zapotec since 1999 and I'm excited to spend the summer in Oaxaca with these four amazing students learning even more. While I'm interested in all areas of grammar, I'm especially interested in how location is expressed in language and have ongoing projects related to Zapotec body part locatives and positional verbs. I'm also involved in interdisciplinary work to understand and translate colonial materials written in Valley Zapotec.
My webpage and publications.
With support from
We're very grateful for funding and support from:
Bryn Mawr College McPherson Award
Endangered Language Fund
Haverford College Faculty Research Support Fund
Haverford College Center for Peace & Global Citizenship
Laboratory for Endangered Languages
LivingTongues Institute for Endangered Languages
Swarthmore College Department of English Morrell-Potter Summer Stipend