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Reserachers working on LANGUAGE CHANGE (alphabetical order)
Niko BESNIER Professor, Anthropology at Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands Administrative areas: Tuvalu, Tonga, Wallis and Futuna, American Samoa, Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Gender, Sexuality, Globalization, Body Theory, Food and Nutrition, Sport, Morality, Christianity, Conflict, Economic Anthropology
Christian DÖHLER (DOEHLER) PhD Student, School of Culture, History and Language at Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Western (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Western Province (Fly) Keywords: Environment, Language Documentation, Language Change, Language Shift, Language Socialization, Language-Culture-Cognition, Linguistic Anthropology, Linguistic Description, Myth, Music and Languages
Anne-Laure DOTTE , Laboratoire Dynamique Du Langage (UMR 5596) at Université Lumière-Lyon 2, France Administrative areas: New Caledonia Places: OuvÃ©a, New Caledonia Keywords: Austronesian Languages, French Overseas Territories, Language Change, Language Documentation, Language Policy, Language Shift, Linguistic Anthropology, Contact Linguistic
Marie-France DUHAMEL Research Fellow, School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics at University of Auckland, New Zealand Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Penama (Vanuatu), Malampa (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Linguistic Description, Linguistic Typology, Language Documentation, Language Change, Sociolinguistics, Languages Of Oceania, Language Variation, Historical Linguistics, Variationist Linguistics, Languages Of Vanuatu
Lamont LINDSTROM Professor, Anthropology at University of Tulsa, United States Administrative areas: Vanuatu Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu Keywords: Intellectual Property Rights, Indigenous Politics, Language Change, Linguistic Anthropology, Migration, Narratives, Personhood, Politics, Religion, Ritual
John Dominic LYNCH Professor emeritus, Faculty of Arts, Law and Education at University of the South Pacific Administrative areas: Tafea (Vanuatu), Vanuatu, Malampa (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Contact Linguistic, Indo-Pacific Prehistory, Language, Language Change, Language Documentation, Language Shift, Linguistic Reconstruction, Hitorical-Comparative Linguistics
Michael MAIN PhD Student, School of Culture, History & Language at Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Cultural Change, Development, Social Change, Violence, Weapons, Mining and its Discontents, Materiality, Language Change, Indigenous Agency, Indigenous Peoples Rights
Debra MCDOUGALL Senior Lecturer, Anthropology, School of Social and Political Sciences at University of Melbourne, Australia Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Western (Solomon Islands) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Ethnicity, Religion, Christianity, Political Economy, History, Language Change, Gender
Bambi SCHIEFFELIN Professor, Anthropology Department at New York University, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Christianisation, Intersubjectivity, Language Change, Language Socialization, Linguistic Anthropology, Personhood
Gunter SENFT Professor, Language and Cognition at MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Death and Bereavement, Development, Emotions, Landscape, Linguistic Anthropology, Navigation, Perception, Poetics, Ritual
Deborah VAN HEEKEREN Senior Lecturer, Anthropology at Macquarie University, Australia Administrative areas: Australia Places: Melanesia Keywords: Christianity, History, Language Change, Mission History, Myth, Names and Naming
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