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Julie Brittain (B.A.(Hons) Glasgow , M.A., PhD Memorial), Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics. Office SN3050E; telephone 737-8136 brittain[at]mun.ca
Research interests: Algonquian morphology/syntax; characteristics of polysynthetic languages (especially Aboriginal north American); revitalization of Aboriginal north American languages; Algonquian oral literatures; Tibetan syntax.

Carrie Dyck (B.A. Saskatchewan, M.A., PhD Toronto), Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics. Office SN3041; telephone 737-8170; cdyck[at]mun.ca
Research interests: Phonology (generative phonology, dependency phonology, government phonology, vowel representations), Cayuga (Iroquoian), generative syntax, variation.

Valerie Legge (B.A., BEd, M.A., PhD Memorial), Professor, Department of English. Office AA3023; telephone 737-8592; valerie[at]mun.ca
Research interests: Canadian literature, women's literature, critical theory.

Marguerite Mackenzie (B.A., M.A. McGill, PhD Toronto), Professor, Department of Linguistics. Office SN3050B; telephone 737-8905; mmackenz[at]mun.ca
Research interests: Grammar, lexicon and dialectology of Cree and Innu (Montagnais-Naskapi) dialects, Aboriginal language education.

Lisa Rankin, (B.A.(Hons) UBC, M.A. Trent, PhD McMaster), Associate Professor, Department of Archaeology. Office Q4009; telephone 737-4808; lrankin[at]mun.ca

Research interests: The prehistory of Northeastern North America, South America, Prehistoric Interaction.

John Sandlos, (B.A. McGill, M.E.S. York, PhD York), Associate Professor, Department of History. Office AA4002; telephone 737-2429; jsandlos[at]mun.ca

Jeff Webb, (B.A., M.A. Memorial, PhD New Brunswick), Associate Professor, Department of History. Office AA4003; telephone 737-2125; jawebb[at]mun.ca

Douglas Wharram, (B.A.(Hons) Concordia, M.A. Memorial, PhD Connecticut), Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics. Office SN4065; telephone 737-6918; dwharram[at]mun.ca
Research interests: Labrador Inuttitut dialects, Formal semantics of natural languages, Language revitalisation in (particular) Nunatsiavut, Comparative Inuktitut semantics and syntax.

Peter Whitridge, (B.A. Toronto, M.A. McGill, PhD Arizona State), Associate Professor, Department of Archaeology. Office Q4010; telephone 737-2394; whitridg[at]mun.ca

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