Amy Dahlstrom

Amy Dahlstrom

Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Linguistics and Humanities Collegiate Division.
(773) 834-9910
Amy Dahlstrom’s research is on the indigenous languages of the Americas, especially the Algonquian languages Meskwaki (Fox) and Cree, examining issues of morphology, syntax, and information structure. The framework she uses in her syntactic and morphosyntactic work is Lexical Functional Grammar.

Diane Brentari

Diane Brentari

Mary K. Werkman Professor, Department of Linguistics, and Humanities Collegiate Division
(773) 702-5725
My research primarily focuses on the sign languages of the Deaf communities of the world -- their similarities and differences with each other and with regard to spoken languages. These questions extend to the emergence of sign languages, and to the complex role that gesture plays in all languages, both spoken and signed.

Karlos Arregi

Karlos Arregi

Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Linguistics and Humanities Collegiate Division
(773) 702-8528
Dr. Arregi's interests include syntax, syntax-semantics, syntax-phonology interfaces, and morphology. He also specializes in Basque and Romance Linguistics.

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