Address: Dept of Linguistics, University of Hawai'i Manoa
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Email: lylecamp at hawaifi dot edu
1971 Ph.D. Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
1967 M.A. Linguistics, University of Washington
1966 B.A. Archaeology (& Anthropology)
2010-present: University of Hawaifi
2006-2010: Presidential Professor, University of Utah
2004-2010: Professor of Linguistics, and Director of Center for American Indian Languages, University of Utah
1994-2004: Professor of Linguistics, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
1989-94: Louisiana State University, Professor of Linguistics, Anthropology, and Spanish
1974-89: State University of New York, Albany; from assistant to full professor of Anthropology, Linguistics, Spanish, and Latin American Studies
1971-74: University of Missouri, assistant professor of Anthropology, Linguistics, and Behavioral Research.
2008 Language classification: history and method (Lyle Campbell and William J. Poser). Cambridge: Cambridge U Press.
2007 Glossary of historical linguistics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh U Press; Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press. (L. Campbell and Mauricio Mixco).
2006 Grammar from the Human Perspective: Case, Space, and Person in Finnish. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 277.) Amsterdam: Benjamins. (Marja-Liisa Helasvuo and L. Campbell, eds.)
2004 Historical Linguistics: an Introduction. (2nd edition of 1998 book). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, and Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [Chinese translation, to be published 2007.]
2004 New Zealand English: its Origins and Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Elizabeth Gordon, Lyle Campbell, Jennifer Hay, Margaret Maclagan, Andrea Sudbury, and Peter Trudgill.)
2001 Grammaticalization: a critical assessment, ed. by Lyle Campbell. (Special issue of Language Sciences, vol. 23, numbers 2-3.)
1999 Historical Linguistics: an Introduction. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (396pp.)
(American rights edition of 1998 Edinburgh University Press book.)
1998 Historical Linguistics: an Introduction . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (396pp.)
1997 American Indian languages: the historical linguistics of Native America. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (512pp.) [Winner of the Linguistic Society of Americafs gLeonard Bloomfield Book Award,h 2000, for the best book in linguistics for the previous two years. Named 1998 Outstanding Academic Book by Choice.]
1997 The Life of Language: Papers in Linguistics in Honor of William Bright, ed. by Jane Hill, P.J. Mistry, and L. Campbell. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
1995 Historical syntax in cross-linguistic perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Alice C. Harris & L. Campbell) (488pp). [Winner of the Leonard Bloomfield Book Award, 1998.]
1988 Panorama General de las Lenguas Indígenas en las Amerícas. Historia General de América, tomo 10. Instituto Panamericano de Geografía e Historia. Caracas, Venezuela. (E. Migliazza and L. Campbell). (456 pp.)
1988 The Linguistics of Southeast Chiapas. (Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, 51.) Provo, Utah. (416 pp).
1985 The Pipil language of El Salvador. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (947 pp.).
1985 The Foreign Impact of Lowland Mayan Languages and Script. (Middle American Research Institute, publication 53.) New Orleans: Tulane University. (John Justeson, William Norman, L. Campbell, Terrence Kaufman). (97 pp.).
1984 Phoneticism in Mayan Hieroglyphic Writing. (Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, Pub. 9.) SUNY Albany/University of Texas Press. (John Justeson and L. Campbell, editors). (389 pp.)
1980 El Idioma Cacaopera. (Colección Antropología e Historia, 16.) Administración del patrimonio cultural. San Salvador, El Salvador: Ministerio de Educación, Dirección de publicaciones. (32 pp, based on 1975 publication, below).
1979 The Languages of Native America: An Historical and Comparative Assessment. Austin: University of Texas Press. (L. Campbell and Marianne Mithun, editors). (1034 pp.)
1978 Bibliography of Mayan Languages and Linguistics. Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, Publication 3. SUNY Albany. (L. Campbell, P. Ventur, R. Stewart, and B. Gardner). (189 pp.)
1977 Quichean Linguistic Prehistory. (University California Publications in Linguistics, 81.) Berkeley: University of California Press. (132 pp.).
1971 Cakchiquel Basic Course. Provo: Peace Corps. (Robert Blair, L. Campbell, et al.; 2 Vols., 362 pp., 505 pp.).
In press. South American indgenous languages. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (Verónica Grondona and L. Campbell, eds.)
In press. Foundations of Historical Linguistics (selected papers, collection of previously published articles). Supplement of Annurio del Seminario de Filología Vasco gJulio de Urquijo.h Bilbao: Universidad de País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitea. (490 pp.)
In press. Essays in Comparative Linguistics (selected papers, collection of previously published articles). Supplement of Annurio del Seminario de Filología Vasco gJulio de Urquijo.h Bilbao: Universidad de País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitea. (500 pp.)
In press. El nahuate (pipil). San Salvador, El Salvador: CONCULTURA. [Spanish version of 1985 book.]
In press. El arte pipil (edición paleográfica y facsímile, y comentario, del manuscrito colonial del pipil antiguo). San Salvador, El Salvador: CONCULTURA. (L. Campbell and Jorge Lemus).
In preparation. Diccionario del nivaclé (chulupí) – Nivaclé-Español, Español-Nivaclé (with Luis Díaz and Fernando Ángel).
In preparation. Gramática del nivaclé (chulupí) (with Luis Díaz and Fernando Ángel).
In preparation. Gramática comparativa de las lenguas xinkas (with Christopher Rogers, Terrence Kaufman, Naomi Fox).
In preparation. Diccionario comparativo de las lenguas de la familia xinka (with Terrence Kaufman, Christopher Rogers, Naomi Fox).
2011 Structural Aspects of Language Endangerment. The Cambridge Handbook of Endangered Languages, ed. by Peter K. Austin and Julia Sallabank, 100-19. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Naomi Palosaari and L. Campbell.)
2010 Endangered Languages of the United States. Atlas of the Worldfs Languages in Danger of Disappearing (2nd Edition), ed. by Christopher Moseley, 108-13. Paris, France: UNESCO. (Christopher Rogers, Naomi Palosaari, and L. Campbell.)
2008 What can we learn about the earliest human language by comparing languages known today? Origins and Evolution of Language: approaches, models, paradigms, ed. by Bernard Laks, with Serge Cleuziou, Jean-Paul Demoule, and Pierre Encrevé, 79-111. London:
2008 North America. Atlas of the worldfs languages, ed. by Chris Moseley and Ron Asher, 7-41. London: Routledge. [Victor Golla, Ives Goddard, Lyle Campbell, Marianne Mithun, Mauricio Mixco].
2007 Why Sir William Jones got it all wrong, or Jonesf role in how to establish language families. Studies in Basque and Historical Linguistics in Memory of R.L. Trask, ed. by Joseba Lakarra and José Ignacio Hualde, 245-64. Bilbao: Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea.
2006 Areal linguistics: a closer scrutiny. Linguistic Areas: Convergence in Historical and Typological Perspective, ed. by Yaron Matras April McMahon, and Nigel Vincent, 1-31. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
2006 The USA [Sociolinguistics in the USA]. Sociolinguistics: an international Handbook of the science of language and society (2nd edition), ed. by Ulrich Ammon, Norbert Dittmar, Klaus J. Matteier, and Peter Trudgill, 2052-66. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
2006 Long-range comparison: methodological disputes. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd edition), ed. By Keith Brown, 7.324-31. Oxford: Elsevier.
2006 Areal linguistics. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd edition), ed. By Keith Brown, 1.455-60. Oxford: Elsevier.
2006 Introduction: grammar from the human perspective. Grammar from the Human Perspective: Case, Space, and Person in Finnish, ed. by Marja-Liisa Helasvuo and Lyle Campbell, 1-10. Amsterdam: Benjamins. (Marja-Liisa Helasvuo and Lyle Campbell.)
2004 Historical linguistics: state-of-the-art. Linguistics today – facing a greater challenge, ed. by Piet van Sterkenburg, 109-39. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2004 North American Indian cultures: a legacy of language and inspired ideas map. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society. (Campbell, Lyle, Marianne Mithun, Mauricio Mixco, Gerald McMaster, Russell Thornton (Consultants).)
2004 Problematic use of Greenbergfs linguistic classification of the Americas in studies of Native American genetic variation. American Journal of Human Genetics 75.519-523. (Deborah A., B. Deborah A. (Weiss) Bolnick. Beth A. (Schultz) Shook, L. Campbell
2003 Beyond the Comparative Method? Historical linguistics 2003, ed. by Barry Blake and Kate Burridge, 33-58. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2003 On South American Indian languages: Reply to Aikhenvald. Journal of Linguistics 39.141-5.
2003 How to show languages are related: methods for distant genetic relationship. Handbook of historical linguistics, ed. by Brian D. Joseph and Richard D. Janda, 262-82. Oxford: Blackwell.
2003 Syntactic reconstruction and demythologizing eMyth and the prehistory of grammarsf. In Journal of Linguistics 170. (L. Campbell and Alice C. Harris)
2003 What drives linguistic diversity and language spread? Examining the Farming/Language Dispersal Hypothesis, ed. by Peter Bellwood and Colin Renfrew, 49-63. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
2003 Mayan languages. International Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2nd edition), ed. by William Frawley. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Revised and updated version of 1992 paper.)
2003 Meso-American languages. International Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2nd edition), ed. by William Frawley. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Revised and updated version of 1992 paper.)
2002 Areal linguistics. International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. ed. by Bernard Comrie, general eds. Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Balte, 729-33. Oxford: Pergamon.
2002 Linguistics: Comparative Method. International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. ed. by Bernard Comrie, general eds. Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Balte, 8929-32. Oxford: Pergamon.
2002 Xinca. Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, ed. by Katherine Moreau, 733-5. New York: Oxford University Press.
2001 The comparative method applied to other non-Indo-European languages. History of the language sciences. (An International Handbook of Contemporary Research), ed. by Sylvain Auroux, Konrad Koerner, and Kees Versteegh, vol. 2, 1391-9. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. (Cathy Bereznak and L. Campbell)
2001 Language typology in the 20th century: from Sapir to late 20th century approaches. History of the language sciences . (An International Handbook of Contemporary Research), ed. by Sylvain Auroux, Konrad Koerner, and Kees Versteegh, vol. 2, 1453-60. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. (George Yonek and L. Campbell)
2001 Non-canonical subjects and objects in Finnish. Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects, ed. by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, R.M.W. Dixon, and Masayuki Onishi, 251-305. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Kristina Sands and Lyle Campbell)
2001 Introduction: conceptions of grammaticalization and their problems. Grammaticalization: a critical assessment, ed. by Lyle Campbell, Special issue of Language Sciences), 23.94-112. (L. Campbell and Richard Janda)
2001 Whatfs wrong with grammaticalization? Grammaticalization: a critical assessment, ed. by Lyle Campbell, Special issue of Language Sciences, 23.113-61.
2001 Phonological features: problems and proposals. Phonology: Critical Concepts, vol. 1: A variety of viewpoints in phonology, ed. by Charles W. Kreidler, 391-425. London: Routledge. (Reprint of 1974 article.)
2001 Generative phonology vs. Finnish phonology: Retrospect and prospect. Phonology: Critical Concepts, vol. 2: Critical concepts, ed. by Charles W. Kreidler, 65-81. London: Routledge. (Reprint of 1981 article.)
2000 Valency-changing derivations in Kfichef. Changing valencies: case studies in transitivity, ed. by R. M. W. Dixon and Alexandra Aikhenvald, 236-81. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2000 The history of linguistics. Handbook of Linguistics, ed. by Mark Aronoff and Janie Rees-Miller, 81-104. Oxford: Blackwells.
2000 Time Perspective in Linguistics. Time depth in historical linguistics, ed. by Colin Renfrew, April McMahon, and Larry Trask, 3-32. Cambridge: The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
1999 Nostratic and linguistic palaeontology in methodological perspective. Nostratic: Evaluating a Linguistic Macrofamily, ed. by Colin Renfrew and Daniel Nettle, 179-230. Cambridge: The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
1998 Language death. Concise encyclopedia of pragmatics, ed. By Jacob L. Mey, 437-47. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Press. [Reprint of 1994, in Encyclopedia of language and linguistics.]
1998 Haas on historical linguistics. Anthropological Linguistics 39.642--67. (Special issue, Mary R. Haas: A Memorial Issue, ed. by Douglas Parks).
1998 Nostratic: a personal assessment. Nostratic: sifting the evidence, ed. by Brian Joseph and Joe Salmons, 107-152. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1997 Native American languages. Encarta Encyclopedia 1997, Funk & Wagnalls Corporation. Redman, WA: Microsoft Corporation. (CD-ROM, 4,000 words.) (Marianne Mithun and L. Campbell; fully revised from 1993-1995 edition).
1997 Amerindian personal pronouns: a second opinion. Language 72.336-71.
1997 The Linguistic prehistory of Guatemala. Papers in Honor of William Bright, ed. by Jane Hill, P.J. Mistry, and L. Campbell, 183-92. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
1997 The Linguistic Background of Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: Arguments against a "Highland Mayan" Role. The language of Mayan hieroglyphs, ed. by Martha J. Macri and Anabel Ford, 41-67. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute. (John Justeson and L. Campbell).
1997 Typological and Areal Issues in Reconstruction. Linguistic reconstruction and typology, ed. by Jacek Fisiak, 49-72. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
1997 Genetic classification, typology, areal linguistics, language endangerment, and languages of the north Pacific rim. Language s of the North Pacific Rim, Vol. 2, ed. by Osahito Miyaoka and Minoru Oshima, 179-242. Kyoto: Kyoto University.
1997 On the Linguistic Prehistory of Finno-Ugric. Language history and linguistic modelling: a Festschrift for Jacek Fisiak, ed. by Raymond Hickey and Stanislaw Puppel, 830-61. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
1996 Defense strategies for endangered languages. Contact Linguistics. (An International Handbook of Contemporary Research, 14), ed. by Hans Goebl, Peter H. Nelde, Zdenek Stary, and Wolgang Wölck, 659-66. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. (Cathy Bereznak and L. Campbell)
1996 Coahuiltecan: a closer look. Anthropological Linguistics 38.620-634.
1996 Typological and areal issues. Concise encyclopedia of syntactic theories., ed. by Keith Brown and Jim Miller, 339-43. Oxford: Pergamon Press. [Reprint of 1994, in Encyclopedia of language and linguistics.
1996 Phonetics and phonology. Contact Linguistics. (An International Handbook of Contemporary Research, 14), ed. by Hans Goebl, Peter H. Nelde, Zdenek Stary, and Wolgang Wölck, 98-103. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
1996 On Sound Change and Challenges to Regularity. The Comparative Method Reviewed: regularity and irregularity in language change, ed. by Mark Durie and Malcolm Ross, 72-89. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
1995 The Quechumaran hypothesis and lessons for distant genetic comparison. Diachronica 12.157-200.
1995 North American Indian sign language: evidence of it existence before European contact. IJAL 61.153-67. (Susan Wurtzburg and L. Campbell)
1995 History of the study of historical syntax. Syntax: An International Handbook of Contemporary Research, Syntax Handbook, vol. 2: Research into syntactic change II: approaches. (Handbücher zur Sprach-und Kommunikations-wissenschaft, 9), ed. by Joachim Jacobs, Arnim von Stechow, Wolfgang Sternefeld, and Theo Vennemann, 1136-1166. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
1994 The history and classification of American Indian languages: What are the implications for the peopling of the Americas. Method and theory for investigation the peopling of the Americas, ed. by Robson Bonnichsen and D. Gentry Steele, 189-207. (Center for the Study of the First Americans.) Corvallis: Oregon State University (Ives Goddard and L. Campbell).
1994 The American Indian classification controversy: an insiderfs view. Mother Tongue 23.41-55.
1994 Problems with the pronouns in proposals of remote relationships among Native American languages. Proceedings of the meeting of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas and the Hokan-Penutian workshop, ed. by Margaret Langdon, 1-20. (Survey of California and other Indian Languages, Report 8.) Berkeley: University of California.
1994 Mayan. Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, ed. by R. E. Asher & J. M. Y. Simpson, vol. 5, 2398-2400. London: Pergamon Press.
1994 Linguistic reconstruction and unwritten languages. Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, ed. by R. E. Asher and J. M. Y. Simpson, 3475-80. London: Pergamon Press.
1994 Language death. The encyclopedia of language and linguistics, ed. by R.E. Asher and J.M.Y. Simpson, vol. 4, 1960-8. London: Pergamon Press.
1994 Indo-European and Uralic trees. Mother Tongue 22.16-30. [Reprinted from 1990 Diachronica 7.149-80.]
1994 Grammar: typological and areal issues. Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, ed. by R.E. Asher and J.M.Y. Simpson, vol. 3, 1471-4. London: Pergamon Press.
1994 Chibchan-Paezan. Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, ed. by R. E. Asher and J. M. Y. Simpson, vol. 2, 508-10. London: Pergamon Press.
1993-1995 Native American languages. Encarta Encyclopedia, Funk & Wagnalls Corporation. Redman, WA: Microsoft Corporation. (CD-ROM.) (L. Campbell and Marianne Mithun)
1993 The Origin of Corn: A Jacaltec Tale in Comparative Mayan Perspective. Latin American Indian Literatures Journal 9.99-119. (Victor Montejo and L. Campbell)
1993 Pitch, tone, and "saltillo" in modern and ancient Nahuatl, by Benjamin L. Whorf, edition and commentary by L. Campbell and Frances Karttunen. IJAL 59.165-223.
1993 On proposed universals of grammatical borrowing. Historical linguistics 1989: Papers from the 9th international conference on historical linguistics, ed. by Henk Aertsen and Robert Jeffers, 91-109. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1993 Explanation of syntactic change: A historical perspective. Historical linguistics 1991: Papers from the 10th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by Jaap van Marle, 49-69. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1993 Distant genetic relationships and the Maya-Chipaya hypothesis. Special Issue: A Retrospective of the Journal of Anthropological Linguistics: selected papers, 1959-1985. Anthropological Linguistics 35.1-4:66-89. (Reprinted from 1973 article, Anthropological Linguistics 15.3:113-35.)
1992 The Meso-American language area. International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, ed. by William Bright and Bernard Comrie, vol. 2, pp. 415-17. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
1992 The Maya language family. International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, ed. by William Bright and Bernard Comrie, 2:401-6. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
1992 Indo-European practice and historical methodology. Berkeley Linguistics Society 18.214-36. (William Poser and L. Campbell.)
1992 Anthropological linguistics: Mexico and Central America. Handbook of Latin American Studies 51.151-71. (L. Campbell and Ernest Migliazza.)
1991 Summary report: American Indian languages and principles of language change. Patterns of change, change of patterns, ed. by Philip Baldi, 15-30. (L. Campbell and Ives Goddard). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [Reprinted from 1990.]
1991 Some grammaticalization changes in Estonian. Approaches to Grammaticalization, vol. I: Theoretical and methodological issues, ed. by Elizabeth C. Traugott and Bernd Heine, 285-99. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1991 On so-called pan-Americanisms. IJAL 57:394-9.
1991 Mayan languages and linguistic change. Patterns of change, change of patterns, ed. by Philip Baldi, 71-86. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [Reprinted from 1990.]
1991 Los hispanismos y la historia fonética del español en América. El Español de América, Actas del Tercer Congreso Internacional de el español de América, ed. by César Hernández, H. de Granda, C. Hoyos, V. Fernández, D. Dietrick, and Y. Carballera, 171-80. Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Cultura y Turismo.
1991 Kielen merkitys kansanomaisen käsityön tutkimisessa: Maya Intiaanien kutonnaiset. [The role of language in the study of folk crafts: the case of Mayan weaving.], Nuori ja Käden Taidot, ed. by Nea Pitkänen, 28-41. Helsinki: Ammattikasvatushallitus, Opetusministeriö. (L. Campbell and Linda Barrios).
1990 Syntactic reconstruction and Finno-Ugric. Historical linguistics 1987: Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by Henning Andersen and Konrad Koerner, 51-94. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1990 Some proposed readings for a few Mayan glyphs: some heads, animals, kin terms, and syllables. Circumpacifica: Festschrift für Thomas S. Barthel, ed. by Bruno Illius and Mattias Laubscher, 55-65. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
1990 Philological studies and Mayan languages. Historical linguistics and philology, ed. by Jacek Fisiak, 87-105. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
1990 Mother-tongue story misses true meaning. Arch Notes 90.6:8-9.
1990 Mayan languages and linguistic change. Linguistic change and reconstruction methodology, ed. by Philip Baldi, 115-29. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
1990 Lingüística mayanse: ¿Dónde nos encontramos ahora? Lecturas sobre la lingüística maya, ed. by Nora C. England and Stephen R. Elliott, 51-8. Guatemala: Centro de Investigaciones Regionales de Mesoamérica. (Translation of Campbell and Kaufman 1985.)
1990 Indo-European and Uralic trees. Diachronica 7.149-80.
1990 American Indian languages and principles of language change. Linguistic change and reconstruction methodology, ed. by Philip Baldi, 17-32. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (L. Campbell and Ives Goddard).
1989 The structural consequences of language death. Investigating obsolescence: studies in language death. (Studies in the social and cultural foundations of language, 7.), ed. by Nancy Dorian, 181-96. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (L. Campbell a
1989 Anthrolinguistics. Handbook of Latin American Studies, 49.159-80. (L. Campbell and E. Migliazza).
1988 Word order universals: refinements and clarifications. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 33:209-230. (L. Campbell, Vit Bubenik, and Leslie Saxon).
1988 Syntactic change in Finnish dialects. Historical dialectology, ed. by Jacek Fisiak, 85-110. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
1987 Aculturación lingüística Kekchi: un enfoque cognoscitivo. Winak 3.1:29-40. Guatemala. (Translation of 1976 article.)
1987 Tzeltal dialects: new and old. Anthropological Linguistics 29.549-70.
1986 Theories of syntactic change and Finnish historical syntax. Journal of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association 8.72-93.
1986 Testing phonology in the field. Experimental phonology, ed. by John Ohala and Jeri J. Jaeger, 163-73. New York: Academic Press.
1986 Mesoamerica as a linguistic area. (L. Campbell, T. Kaufman, and T. Smith-Stark). Language 62.530-70.
1986 Comments on the settlement of the Americas: a comparison of the linguistic, dental, and genetic evidence. Current Anthropology 27.488.
1986 Claims about syntactic change and Finnish historical syntax. Studies in Finnish language and culture, ed. by Royal Skousen, 45-59. Helsinki: Ministry of Education.
1986 Cautions about loan words and sound correspondences. Linguistics across historical and geographical boundaries: in honor of Jacek Fisiak on the occasion of his fiftieth birthday, Vol. 1: Linguistic theory and historical linguistics, ed. by D. Kastovsky and A. Szwedek, 221-5. Berlin: Mouton.
1985 The foreign impact of lowland Mayan language and script: a summary. Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Mesoamerican Highland-Lowland Interaction, ed. by Arthur Miller, 147-58. Washington: Dumbarton Oaks. (John Justeson, William Norman, L. Campbell, & Terrence Kaufman).
1985 Mayan Linguistics: where are we now? Annual Review of Anthropology 14.187-98. (L. Campbell and T. Kaufman).
1985 Areal linguistics and its implications for historical linguistic theory. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of Historical Linguistics, ed. by Jacek Fisiak, 25-56. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1985 Anthropological linguistics. Handbook of Latin American Studies 45.174-226. (L. Campbell and E. Migliazza).
1985 Anthrolinguistics. Handbook of Latin American Studies, vol. 47, 183-94. (L. Campbell and E. Migliazza).
1985 American Indian languages. Funk and Wagnalls New Encyclopedia, pp.12-20.
1984 The implications of Mayan historical linguistics for glyphic research. Phoneticism in Mayan Hieroglyphic Writing, ed. by John Justeson and Lyle Campbell, 1-16. Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, pub. 9. SUNY Albany.
1984 El pasado lingüístico del sureste de Chiapas. La 17a Mesa Redonda, Investigaciones recientes en el área maya, Vol. 1, 165-84. Mexico: Sociedad Mexicana de Antropología.
1983 Préstamos lingüísticos en el Popol Vuh. Nuevas Perspectivas sobre el Popol Vuh, ed. by Robert Carmack and Ines San Miguel. Guatemala: Piedra Santa Editorial.
1983 Mesoamerican historical linguistics and distant genetic relationship: getting it straight. American Anthropologist 85.362-72. (L. Campbell and Terrence Kaufman).
1982 On comparative syntax. Papers from the Third International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by J. Peter Maher, Allan R. Bomhard, and E. F. Konrad Koerner, 173-91. John Benjamins. (Marianne Mithun and L. Campbell).
1982 Comments on the relationship between philology and historical linguistics. Papers from the 5th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by Anders Ahlqvist, 442-5. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1981 Teleology and the explanation of sound change. Phonologica, ed. by Wolfgang U. Dressler, Oskar E. Pfeiffer, and John R. Rennison, 57-68. Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft. (L. Campbell and Jon Ringen.)
1981 Syntactic reconstruction: priorities and pitfalls. Folia Linguistica Historica 1.1:19-40. (L. Campbell and Marianne Mithun).
1981 Generative phonology vs. Finnish phonology: retrospect and prospect. Phonology in the 1980fs, ed. by D. L. Goyvaerts, 147-82. (Story-Scientia Linguistic Series, 4). Ghent: Story-Scientia.
1981 Comments on the Late Postclassic eastern frontier of Mesoamerica: cultural innovation along the periphery. Current Anthropology 22.339-40. (John Weeks & L. Campbell).
1980 Towards new perspectives on American Finnish. Central Problems in Bilingualism, ed. by H. Paunonen and M. Suojanen, 43-54. Volume 3, part 4 of Congressus Quintus Internationalis Fenno-Ugristarum, ed. by Osmo Ikola. Turku, Finland: Suomen Kielen Seura.
1980 The psychological and sociological reality of Finnish vowel harmony. Issues in Vowel Harmony, ed. by Robert M. Vago, 245-70. (Studies in Language Companion Series, 6.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1980 Proto-Tol (Jicaque). IJAL 46.205-23. (L. Campbell and David Oltrogge).
1980 On Mesoamerican linguistics. American Anthropologist 82.850-7. (L. Campbell and Terrence Kaufman).
1980 Explaining universals and their exceptions. Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by Elizabeth Closs Traugott, B. LaBrum and S. Shepherd, 17-26. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1980 Dictionaries. Encyclopedia of Indians of the Americas, Vol. 5, 155-7. St. Clair Shores, Michigan: Scholarly Press.
1980 Codices. Encyclopedia of Indians of the Americas, Vol. 4, 276-80. St. Clair Shores, Michigan: Scholarly Press.
1980 Coahuiltecan. Encyclopedia of Indians of the Americas, Vol. 4, 265-7. St. Clair Shores, Michigan: Scholarly Press.
1979 The quest for psychological reality: external evidence in phonology. Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, vol. 2, ed. by Eli Fischer-Jørgensen, Jørgen Rischel, and Nina Thorsen, 74-8. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen.
1979 North American Indian historical linguistics in current perspective. The Languages of Native America: an Historical and Comparative Assessment, ed. by L. Campbell and Marianne Mithun, 3-69. Austin: University of Texas Press. (L. Campbell and Marianne Mithun).
1979 Middle American languages. The Languages of Native America: an Historical and Comparative Assessment, ed. by L. Campbell and Marianne Mithun, 902-1000. Austin: University of Texas Press.
1978 Toward a Proto-Mayan syntax: a comparative perspective on grammar. Papers in Mayan Linguistics, ed. by Nora C. England, 136-56. Columbia: Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri. (Miscellaneous Publications in Anthropology, 6.) (William Norman and L. Campbell).
1978 Quichean prehistory: linguistic contributions. Papers in Mayan Linguistics, ed. by Nora C. England, 25-54. Columbia: Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri. (Miscellaneous Publications in Anthropology, 6, Studies in Mayan Linguistics, 2.)
1978 Quichean linguistics and philology. World Anthropology: Approaches to Language, Anthropological Issues, ed. by William McCormack and Stephen Wurm, 223-33. The Hague: Mouton.
1978 Proto-Aztecan vowels: parts I, II, & III. IJAL 44.2:85-102, 44.3:197-210, 44.4:262-79. (L. Campbell & Ronald Langacker).
1978 Honduran Lenca. IJAL 44.330-2. (L. Campbell, Anne Chapman, and Karen Dakin).
1978 Distant genetic relationship and diffusion: a Mesoamerican perspective. Proceedings of the International Congress of Americanists 52.595-605. Paris.
1978 Chicomuceltecfs last throes. IJAL 44.228-30. (L. Campbell and Una Canger).
1977 Vuoden konferenssisatoa. Virittäjä 1977.1:95-6. Helsinki. (L. Campbell and Raimo Anttila).
1977 Generative phonology vs. Finnish phonology: retrospect and prospect. Texas Linguistics Forum 5, ed. by Robert Harms and Frances Karttunen, 21-58. Austin: University of Texas.
1976 The linguistic prehistory of the southern Mesoamerican periphery. Fronteras de Mesoamérica, 14a Mesa Redonda, vol. 1, pp. 157-84. Mexico: Sociedad Mexicana de Antropología.
1976 The last Lenca. IJAL 42.73-8.
1976 Language contact and sound change. Current Progress on Historical Linguistics: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by William M. Christie, Jr., 111-94. (North Holland Linguistics Series, 31.) Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing.
1976 Kekchi linguistic acculturation: a cognitive approach. Mayan Linguistics, vol. 1, ed. by Marlys McClaran, 90-9. Los Angeles: UCLA American Indian Studies Center.
1975 Suomen e-vartalot: lisäys vai poisto? Virittäjä 79.10-30. [Finnish e-stems: insertion or deletion?]
1975 Subtiaba 1974. IJAL 41.80-4.
1975 La dialectología pipil. La Universidad (revista de la Universidad de El Salvador), 62-72 (July-December, 1975). (Modified version of the previous article.)
1975 La dialectología pipil. América Indígena 34.833-44.
1975 Epistemological dilemmas and the TG paradigm. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, ed. by E. F. Konrad Koerner and J. Peter Maher, 351-8. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1975 El estado actual y la afinidad genética de la lengua indígena de Cacaopera. La universidad (revista de la Universidad de El Salvador), 45-54 (January-February, 1975).
1975 Constraints on sound change. The Nordic languages and modern linguistics 2, ed. by Karl-Hampus Dahlstedt, 388-406. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International.
1975 Cacaopera. Anthropological Linguistics 17.4:146-53.
1974 Theoretical implications of Kekchi phonology. IJAL 40.269-78.
1974 Quichean palatalized velars. IJAL 40.59-63.
1974 On conditions on sound change. Historical Linguistics: Proceedings of the first International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. by J. Anderson and C. Jones, vol. 2: Theory and Description in Phonology, 88-96. Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing.
1973 The philological documentation of a variable rule in the history of Pokom and Kekchi. IJAL 39.133-4.
1973 Semantic conditioning of sound change. Proceedings of the Missouri Academy of Sciences.
1973 Rule loss and rule obliteration. Mid-American Linguistics Conference Papers, ed. by J. H. Battle and J. Schweiter, 247-53. Stillwater: Oklahoma State University.
1973 On glottalic consonants. IJAL 39.44-6.
1973 Gatschetfs classification of Mayan languages. IJAL 39.250-2.
1973 Distant genetic relationships and the Maya-Chipaya hypothesis. Anthropological Linguistics 15.3:113-35.
1972 The dilemma of generative dialectology. From Soundstream to Discourse, Proceedings of the 6th Mid-American Linguistics Conference, ed. by Daniel G. Hays and Donald M. Lance, 191-200. Columbia: University of Missouri.
1972 Mayan loan words in Xinca. IJAL 38.187-90.
1972 Is a generative dialectology possible? Orbis 21.289-98.
1972 A note on the so-called Alagüilac language. IJAL 38.203-7.
1970 Nahua loan words in Quichean languages. Chicago Linguistic Society 6.3-13.
In press. Endangered languages. Oxford Bibliographies Online. Oxfoard: Oxford University Press. (Christopher Rogers and Lyle Campbell).
In press. Languages and Genes in Collaboration: some Practical Matters. Language and genes, ed. by Bernard Comrie. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
In press. La Investigación Histórica de Las Lenguas Aisladas, o ¿Es raro el vasco? Congreso de Filología y Lingüística Vascas en memoria del 20 aniversario de la muerte de Luis Michelena, ed. by Blanca Urgell y Joaquín Gorrochategui.
In preparation. The classification of South American languages. South America, ed. by Verónica Grondona and Lyle Campbell. (The Field of Linguistics.) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
In preparation. Statistical Discovery of Implicational Universals. (To be submitted to Journal of Linguistic Typology). (Hal Daume and L. Campbell.)
1992. Review of Language change: contributions to the study of its causes, ed. by Leiv Egil Breivik and Ernst Håkon Jahr. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 15.89-95.
1988 Review of Language in the Americas, by Joseph Greenberg. Language 64.591-615.
1984 Review of Mayan glyphs: the verb, by Linda Schele. Language 60.621-4.
1978 Review of Deciphering the Maya Script, by David Kelley. Ethnos 43.98-105.
1971 Review of Historical Linguistics and Generative Grammar, by Robert King. Language 47.191-209.
2009 Review of Linguistic fieldwork: a practical guide, by Claire Bowern. Anthropological Linguistics 50.393-7. (Christopher Rogers and L. Campbell).
2005 Review of The languages of the Andes, by Willem Adelaar. Anthropological Linguistics 46.480-2.
2004 Review of Vanishing voices: The Extinction of the Worldfs Languages, by Daniel Nettle and Suzanne Romaine. Linguistic Anthropology 14.120-1. (Joan Smith-Kocamahhul and L. Campbell.)
2001 Review (book notice) of The languages of the gFirst Nationsh: comparisons of Native American languages from an ethnolinguistic perspective, by Stefan Liedtke. Language.
2001 Review of New World Babel: languages and nations in early America, by Edward G. Gray. Ethnohistory 48. (L. Campbell and Susan Wurtzburg.)
2001 Review of Skull wars, by David Hurst Thomas. Ethnohistory. (Susan Wurtzburg and L. Campbell.)
2000 Review of Language Relations across Bering Strait: Reappraising the Archaeological and Linguistic Evidence, by Michael Fortescue. Anthropological Linguistics 42.572-9.
1999 Review of Diccionario Chontal de Tabasco, by Kathryn C. Keller and Plácido Luciano G. Word 50.401-3.
1999 Review (book notice) of The Saami languages: an introduction, by Pekka Sammallahti. Language 75.645
1999 Review of Translatiivinen verbinjohdin NE itämerensuomalaisissa kielissä [The translative derivational suffix NE in (Balto-)Finnic languages], by Johanna Laakso. Language 67.868.
1998 Review of The life and mind of Oriental Jones: Sir William Jones, the father of modern linguistics, by Garland Cannon. The Eighteenth Century: a Current Bibliography 16.151-2.
1997 Review ofWilhelm von Humboldt und die amerikanischen Sprachen, ed. by Klaus Zimmermann, Jürgen Trabant, and Kurt Mueller-Vollmer. Linguistic Typology 1.272-7.
1997 Review of Vocabularium Sibiricum (1747), der etymologisch-vergleichende Anteil, by Johann Eberhard Fischer, ed. by János Gulya. Word 48.268-70.
1997 Review of Mexicanische Grammatik, by Wilhelm von Humboldt, with an introduction and commentary, edited by Manfred Ringmacher. Linguistic Typology 1.269-77.
1996 Review (book notice) of The Nostratic macrofamily: a study in distant linguistic relationship, by Allan R. Bomhard and John C. Kerns. Language 72.656-7.
1994 Review of Linguistic variation and change, by James Milroy. Language 70.372-8. (George Yonek and L. Campbell.
1993 Review of Uralische Evidenz für die Laryngaltheorie, by Jorma Koivulehto. Language 69.832-6. (L. Campbell and Andrew Garrett.)
1992 Review of Syntax: a functional-typological introduction, vol. II, by Talmy Givón. Studies in Language 16.491-7.
1992 Review of Sprung from some common source: investigations into the prehistory of language, ed. by Sydney M. Lamb and E. Douglas Mitchell. American Anthropologist 94.1019-20.
1992 Review of Finnisch-ugrische Sprachforschung: von der Renaissance bis zum Neupositivismus, by Günter Johannes Stipa. Language 68.186-8.
1991 Review of The language of the Isleños, by John Lipski. Diachronica 7.277-84.
1991 Review of The cultural evolution of Ancient Nahua civilizations: The Pipil of Central America, by William R. Fowler, Jr. Ethnohistory 38.198-9.
1991 Review of Language universals and linguistic typology (2nd edition), by Bernard Comrie. Studies in Language 15.248-52.
1991 Review of General and Amerindian ethnolinguistics: in remembrance of Stanley Newman, ed. by Marry Ritchie Key and Henry M. Hoenigswald. Word 42.211-4.
1991 Review of Free word order in Finnish: its syntax and discourse functions, by Maria Vilkuna. Linguistics 29.140-143.
1991 Review (book notice) of Korpustutkimus kielitypologiassa sovellettuna Udmurttiin, by Pirkko Suihkonen. Language 67.665.
1990. Review of Language obsolescence, shift, and death in several Native American communities, by Allan R. Taylor . Anthropological Linguistics 32.366-9.
1990 Review (book notice) of Yhteissaamelainen sanasto, by Juhani Lehtiranta. Language 66.875.
1990 Review (book notice) of Wotjakischer Wortschatz, by Yrjö Wichmann, compiled by T.E. Uotila and Mikko Korhonen, edited by Mikko Korhonen. Language 66.642-3.
1990 Review (book notice) of The Uralic protolanguage: a comprehensive reconstruction, by Gyula Décsy. Language 66.863-864.
1990 Review (book notice) of The Mayan languages: a comparative vocabulary, 3 vols., by John M. Dienhart. Language 66.865-866.
1988 Review of South American Indian languages, edited by Harriet E. M. Klein and Louisa R. Stark. Bulletin of Latin American Anthropology.
1987 Review (book notice) of Evidence for multiattachment in Kfekchi Mayan, by Eva Berinstein. Language 63.444.
1986 Review of The Sapir-Kroeber correspondence, by Victor Golla. Language 62.183-8.
1986 Review of Supplement to the Handbook of Middle American Indians: Linguistics, Vol. 2, Victoria R. Bricker, general editor, Munro Edmonson, volume editor. Ethnohistory 32.377-8.
1985 Review of The Mesoamerican Indian Languages, by Jorge A. Suárez. Journal of Linguistics 21.216-21.
1985 Review of La lengua tlapaneca de Malinaltepec, by Jorge A. Suárez. American Anthropologist 87.445-446.
1984 Review of Explanation in Phonology, by Paul Kiparsky. Language 60.416-9.
1982 Review of Historical Morphology, ed. by Jacek Fisiak. Language 59.145-51. (L. Campbell and Alice Harris).
1980 Review of Vocabulario de la Lengua Nevome: the Pima Bajo of Central Sonora, Mexico, by C. W. Pennington. Mexicon 2.1:14-15.
1979 Review of Pronominal Inflection in the Mayan Languages, by Victoria Reifler Bricker. American Anthropology 82.976-7.
1978 Review of Meaning in the Mayan Languages, ed. by Munro Edmonson. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 23.174-8.
1978 Review of Linguistic Subgrouping and Lexicostatistics, by Isidore Dyen. American Anthropologist 80.159-61.
1976 Review of Lexical Reconstruction: The Case of the Proto-Athapaskan Kinship System, by I. Dyen and D. Aberle. American Anthropologist 78.454-5.
1975 Review of Popol Vuh: Structure and Meaning, by M. McClear. Southern Folklore Quarterly 39.105-7.
1975 Review of Chamulas in the World of the Sun: Time and Space in a Maya Oral Tradition, by Gary Gossen. Southern Folklore Quarterly 39.103-4.
1974 Review of A. García de León: Los elementos del tzotzil colonial y moderno ; T. Kaufman: El proto-tzeltal-tzotzil ; Mary Shaw (ed.) According to our Ancestors . Language 50.394-7.
1972 Review of Tzeltal Phonology and Morphology, by Terrence Kaufman. American Anthropologist 76.1495-6.
Other publications and resources
Language Revitalization booklets:
2008. Alfabeto Wichí (Nancy García, Lyle Campbell, Amancio Martínez)
2008. Alfabeto Chorote (Nancy García, Lyle Campbell, Gustavo González)
2008. Alfabeto Chulupí (Nancy García, Lyle Campbell, Luis Díaz, Fernando Ángel)
2008. Pa Niwakle Gilanco [El Indio Gilanco, en Chulupí] (Asencio Quintana, Lyle Campbell)
2008. El dinosaurio (Escrito en Chorote) (Tania Nieli, Nilda Díaz, Julieta Rojas, Nancy García, Lyle Campbell)
2007. Ijlio jlayi pa Woyiki [El quirquincho y el zorro, en Chorote] (Gustavo González, Nancy García, Lyle Campbell)
2007. Olhafchujwenej Wichi Lhamtes (Amancio Martínez, Lyle Campbell, Nancy García)
2007. Isi Lhosaj: libro ta Tolhomtes hi ta Tifchemhyenejlhi Tochefwenyaj ta Tfichen [Pequeña Luz: Libro de lectura para la Alfabetización inicial] (traducido y re-elaborado por Amancio Martínez, Lyle Campbell, Nancy García)
2007. Lhafichujwenej Wichi Lhamtes. (Amancio Martínez, Nancy García, Lyle Campbell)
2006. Kasiwetneyesajnawe Siunuwa Iyowujwa Jlamtes [Aprendemos y Escribimos en Idioma Chorote] (Gustavo González, Nicolá Segundo, Pablo Segundo, Nancy García, Lyle Campbell)
2006. Awetneyisana Niuwa Tfojokis [Practiquemos los Números, en Chorote] (Gustavo González, Nicolá Segundo, Pablo Segundo, Nancy García, Lyle Campbell)
2006. Nôkefesh Shtaneyjatsjanesh na Niwakle Lhklifish [Hoy Aprendemos el Idioma Chulupí] (Marciana Filiberto, Asencio Quintana, Lyle Campbell)
2005. Pa aflenaj [El Anta, en Chorote] (Elitye Bravo, Verónica Grondona, con la ayuda de Lyle Campbell)
2004 Forward. Australian Languages: Classification and the comparative method, edited by Claire L. Bowern and Harold J. Koch. Amsterdam: John Benjamins
Recordings and Fieldnotes archived at Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America (www.ailla.utexas.org)
109 Recordings on Pipil, Xinka, Lenca; several others on other languages.
Grants, Honors, Awards, etc.
2010-2013 Ninam (Yanomaman) Dictionary. National Science Foundation.
2009-2011 Collaborative Research: Endangered Languages Information and Infrastructure Project. National Science Foundation. (International workshop.)
2007 Student Choice Award, Professor of the Year (Linguistics SAC and GSAC, University of Utah).
2006-2009 Wichí: Documentation, Description, and Training. National Endowment for the Humanities (DEL grant) (co-principal investigators Verónica Grondona and L. Campbell).
2006-2009 Wichí. Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (Rausing Charitable Fund), SOAS [School of Oriental and African Studies, London University] (co-principal investigators Verónica Grondona and L. Campbell).
2006 Named Presidential Professor, University of Utah (permanent title)
2005-2008 Xinkan, Pipil, and Mochof: Bringing Three Endangered Language Documentation Projects to Completion. NSF. (Co-Principal Investigators: Lyle Campbell, Laura Martin, Terrence Kaufman.)
2003-2005 Description of Chorote, Nivaclé and Kadiwéu: three of least known and most endangered languages of the Chaco. Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (Rausing Charitable Fund), SOAS [School of Oriental and African Studies, London University] (co-principal investigators L. Campbell, Verónica Grondona, and Filomena Sandalo).
2002-2005 Marsden grant [Royal Society of New Zealand], New Zealand English: the intermediate years (co-Principal Investigators Jennifer Hay and L. Campbell)
2003 gDistinguished Visitor.h University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, April 8-17, lecture and consultation series.
2001 University of Canterbury Research Excellence Medal
2000 The Leonard Bloomfield Book Award (Linguistic Society of America) for American Indian Languages: the Historical Linguistics of Native America.
1999-2003 Marsden grant [Royal Society of New Zealand], How to show languages are related.
1999-2002 Marsden grant [Royal Society of New Zealand], Origins of New Zealand English (co-Principal Investigators Elizabeth Gordon, Margaret MacLagan, and L. Campbell).
1999 Erskine Fellowship (Jan. - April, for travel / research in India, Germany, Mexico, US).
1999-2001 Defense mechanisms for endangered languages. University of Canterbury Research Grant.
1998-1999 Field work on little-known Austronesian languages [Bima and Tetum]. University of Canterbury Research Grants (two grants). (L. Campbell and Michael Dukes).
1998 Named 1998 Outstanding Academic Book by Choice: American Indian languages: the historical linguistics of Native America.
1998 The Leonard Bloomfield Book Award (Linguistic Society of America) for Historical Syntax in Cross-Linguistic Perspective. (by Alice C. Harris & L. Campbell).
1997 Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand
1997 Fellowship, Centre for Linguistic Typology, Australian National University, Aug. -Nov.
1996-98 Foundation for Research, Science, and Technology grant, gThe origins of New Zealand Englishh (Elizabeth Gordon and L. Campbell principal investigators).
1993 National Park Service, Isleño Spanish sociolinguistic and ethnographic reference materials (L. Campbell and Jaan Ingle).
1993 Spring Faculty Research Award, National Endowment for the Humanities, Louisiana State University
1988 Fulbright fellowship, University of Copenhagen Denmark (Visiting professor of Linguistics) (declined).
1987-90 National Science Foundation Grant (syntactic change).
1985-87 National Science Foundation Grant (historical syntax).
1983 American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant (Poznań, Poland).
1981 SUNY Travel Grant (Ireland).
1981 ACLS Travel Grant (Galway, Ireland; Germany).
1980 Fulbright Lectureship, University of Tampere, Finland (declined).
1980 Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung Fellowship: Research on Mayan hieroglyphics in Germany (Tübingen University).
1979-80 Social Sciences Research Council Grant: Mesoamerican Linguistic Prehistory.
1979 SUNY Faculty Research Fellowship and Grant-in-Aid.
1978 SUNY Albany Travel Grant (Boskowo, Poland).
1978 Conversations in the Disciplines Grant: Origins and Phoneticism in Mayan Hieroglyphs. SUNY Research Foundation.
1977-78 National Science Foundation Grant: Evolution of Quiche Culture (co-principal investigator with Robert Carmack and Kenneth Brown).
1977 American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant (Hamburg, Germany).
1976-78 National Science Foundation Grant, Central American and Mexican languages.
1976 SUNY Albany Research Office, Travel Grant.
1976 National Science Foundation Conference Grant: American Indian Linguistics: an Assessment.
1976 French Academy of Sciences, Travel Grant (Paris).
1975 SUNY Faculty Research Fellowship and Grant-in-Aid (Summer).
1974-75 National Science Foundation Grant, Central American languages.
1973 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Grant.
1973 University of Missouri Faculty Research Council Grant (Paris).
1973 Fulbright Lectureship, University of Helsinki, Linguistics.
1973 American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant, Sweden.
1972 University of Missouri Faculty Research Council Grant (Mexico) (Summer).
1972 University of Missouri Faculty Research Council Grant (Guatemala).
1972 Smithsonian Institution, Institute of Man. Urgent Anthropology Program Grant.
1972 American Philosophical Society Grant, Philips Fund (Summer).
1971 UCLA Latin American Studies Center Grant.
1970-71 Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Fellowship.
1970 UCLA Academic Senate Grant. National Science Foundation Training Fellowship, UCLA. (Summer).
1968 American Council of Learned Societies Grant for Linguistic Study. LSA Summer Institute, University of Illinois.
1965-66 Scholastic Achievement Scholarship.
Submitted, pending: Catalogue of Endangered Languages. National Science Foundation, collaborative research (with Helen Dry-Aristar and Anthony Aristar, co-PIs).
Wikipedia entry for Lyle Campbell: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyle_Campbell
Linguist of the Day, LinguistList: http://www.linguistlist.org/donation/fund-drive2006/linguists/lyle-campbell.cfm
Editorial Boards, Advisory Boards (member of)
Anales de Antropología (México), Consejo Editorial (editorial board), July 2002-2006, 2007-present
Ancient Mesoamerica, editorial board, 1989-2003.
Anthropological Linguistics, editorial board, 1991-present.
ASJU (International Journal of Basque Linguistics and Philology) 2005-present
Cognitive Linguistics, editorial board, 2004-2007
Current Issues in Linguistic Theory (Monograph Series), Editorial Advisory Board Member, John Benjamins Press, 1999-present.
Diachronica, member of editorial board, 1991-present.
e-Uralic, member of advisory board, 2007-present. [http://e-uralic.nytud.hu/internal/basics.html].
Folia Linguistica Historica, member of editorial board, 1981-84.
Handbook of Latin American Studies, Linguistics editor, 1983-91.
Journal of Mesoamerican Languages and Linguistics, member of editorial board, 2007-present.
Language Documentation and Conservation, member of editorial board, 2007-present. [http://www.nflrc.hawaii.edu/ldc/default.html].
Language Sciences, board of advisory editors, 1992-present.
Language, Society, and Culture, editorial board, 1996-present.
Línguas e Culturas Tupí, member comitê editorial, 2009-present.
Logos and Language, 2002-present.
Linguistic Discovery, editorial board, 2000-present.
Mayan Linguistics (Journal of), member of editorial board, 1975-78.
National Geographic Enduring Voices Project, Advisory Board member, 2009-present.
New Frontiers in Historical Ecology, editorial board, 2008-present.
Pacific Linguistics, editorial advisory board, 2003- present.
Palgrave Studies in Language History and Language Change (Monograph Series), Advisory Editor, 2001- present. (Macmillanfs).
Revista Brasileira de Lingüística Antropologica, member of editorial board, 2009-present.
Smithsonian Utah Publications in American Indian Languages, University of Utah Press (series editor with Ives Goddard).
The Field of Linguistics, Mouton de Gruyter (a series editor, with Hans Henrich Hock), 2008-2010.
Offices in Profession Organizations
International Scientific Committee, International Congress of Americanists, 2009-present.
President, Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas, 2006.
Scientific Committee, International Congress of Linguistics, 2004-2006.
Linguistic Society of America Executive Committee, 1994-1997.
National Science Foundation panel member, Linguistics, 1984-87.
Fulbright Scholar Awards (Council for International Exchange of Scholars), Discipline Advisory Committee, 1993-1996.
Linguistic Society of America, member of Program Committee 1984-86. Member of Executive Committee 1986, ex-officio.
Member of Language Review Committee of Linguistic Society of America, 1989-92.
International Society of Historical Linguistics, member of executive committee 1975-79, re-elected 1979-83.
Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas, Nominating Committee (elected for 1993-1995).
Linguistic Society of America Linguistics Institute, Associate Director, Ohio State University, summer 1993.
Linguistic Society of America Committee on Linguistic Institutes and Fellowships, 1993-1995.
American Anthropological Association representative to American Association for the Advancement of Science, section Z, 1994.
LSA gLinguistics in the Public Interesth Prize, committee member, 1994-6 (Chair, 1996).
Linguistic Society of New Zealand, elected Executive Board Member, 1995-1999.
2010: Intensive course: Cambio y contacto lingüístico, in the Maestría en Lingüística Indoamericana del CIESAS, Mexico, D.F., May 14-18, 2010.
2007: Workshop/course, Tipología y Lenguas Amerindias, Universitat de Barcelona (Institut dfEstudis Catalans, Departament de Lingüística) (Barcelona, Spain, April 16-20, 2007).
2005: American Indian languages with emphasis on language endangerment, Feb. 21-25, 2005, Associação Brasiliera de Lingüística (ABRALIN), XVII Instituto de Lingüística, University of Brasília, Brazil.
2004: Seminar in language contact and grammatical change, UniCamp (Campinas, Brazil), October 17-26.
2003: Universidad del País Vasco, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (PhD Program in Linguistics, course Acercamientos al Cambio Lingüístico [Approaches to linguistic change]; and PhD Program of the Basque Dept., course: Fundamentos y Principios de la Lingüística Histórica [Foundations and principles of historical linguistics]), Nov 10-Dec. 11.
2003: Visiting Professor, Consortium of graduate programs at Finnish Universities, University of Turku (also University of Helsinki), Finland Oct 2–Nov 8.
2003: How to show languages are related. Associação Brasiliera de Lingüística (ABRALIN), Instituto de Lingüística, Rio de Janeiro, March 10-22, 2003.
2003: Workshop on grammaticalization and lexicalization, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, March 18-28, 2003.
2000: Australian Linguistic Institute, July, University of Melbourne.
1997: Visiting Fellow, Centre for Linguistic Typology, Australian National University, Aug.-Nov.
1996: Australian Linguistic Institute, July 1-12, Australian National University, Canberra.
1993: Linguistic Society of America Linguistic Institute, Associate Director, Ohio State University (Summer).
1986: Distinguished visiting professor, Linguistics, Memorial University, St. Johnfs, NFLD, Canada.
1981: Research Professor, Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Nov 1981-Nov 1983).
1981: Professor, El Colegio de México (Hispanic Linguistics, May-October).
1980: Centro de Estudios Mayas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (intensive courses in historical linguistics and Mayan linguistics, Aug 5-22).
1979: Visiting Professor, University of Hamburg, Germany (Oct 1979-Feb 1980).
1978: Semester abroad, Santa Cruz del Quiché, Guatemala (Director, January to March).
1978: Ethnosemantics, intensive course, Escuela Nacional de Antropología, Mexico (Dec-Jan.).
1976: Professor, Linguistic Society of America Linguistics Institute, Oswego, NY (July 25-Aug 27).
1976: Centro de Investigaciones Superiores, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico (generative phonology, historical linguistics courses). (June 1-July 23).
1973: Fulbright Professor, University of Helsinki, Linguistics
1972: Linguistics Summer School, Cobán, Guatemala
Membership in Professional Organizations
Finno-Ugric Society (elected life-time member, 1974)
Linguistic Society of America
Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of America
Consultations, Academic Reviews, Technical advisor:
Review Panel, Department of Linguistics, Australian National University, May 1998
International Assessor, candidates for professorship in American Studies, University of Helsinki 1998
Technical advisor, the Native American story, Welcome Wing Exhibition, Science Museum, London, 1999
External assessor, for appointment of to the Department of American Indian Languages and Cultures of the University of Copenhagen, 1999-2000
Assessor BBC film project on distant linguistic classifications and endangered languages, 2000.
National Geographic Society map: North American Indian cultures: a legacy of language and inspired ideas, 2004.
Consultant, INALI (Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indígenas) Encuentro Binacional sobre Lenguas en Riesgo de Extinción, Mexico City, Oct 17-21, 2006
Assessor, INALI Catálogo de Cartas de las Lenguas Indígenas Mexicanas. INALI, 2007.
Research Assessment, Humanities panel, Oulu University (Oulu, Finland), Nov. 11-16, 2007.
External panel member, Smithsonian Institution Department of Anthropology (National Museum of Natural History) hiring panel for linguist specialized in endangered languages, March 24, 2008.
Consultant, National Geographic Society map of US place names, Oct., 2008.
International reviewer, Turku Institute for Advanced Studies (University of Turku and Turku School of Economics), to evaluate applicants as Postdoctoral Researchers and senior Collegium Researchers, Dec. 2008.
External Reviewer. Tulane University Linguistics PhD program, 2009.
Reviewer, European Research Council, Advanced Grants, Scientific Council, 2009
Reviewer. Research Institute Programme: Endangered Languages Documentation, Theory and Application, University of Newcastle, Australia, 2010.
External assessor for Professorship, Dept. of Finnish, University of Helsinki, 2010.
Occasional Reviewer for Granting Agencies: Canada Council; Ford Foundation; Foundation for Research, Science, and Technology (New Zealand); Guggenheim Fellowships; MacArthur Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; National Geographic Society; National Science Foundation; Royal Society of New Zealand (Cook Fellowship), School of American Research; Wenner-Gren Foundation.
Reviewer of manuscripts for Journals: American Anthropologist; American Antiquity; Ancient Mesoamerica; Anthropological Linguistics; Cognitive Linguistics; Current Anthropology; Diachronica; Ethnohistory; Folia Linguistica Historica; International Conference on Historical Linguistics (Proceedings); International Journal of American Linguistics; Journal of Linguistic Association of the Atlantic Provinces; Journal of Linguistics; Journal of Mayan Linguistics; Journal of Sociolinguistics; Language; Language Variation and Change; Language Documentation & Conservation; Latin American Antiquity; Linguistic Typology; Mesoamerica; Natural Language and Linguistic Theory; Nature; Oceanic Linguistics; Papers of the Algonquian Conference/Actes du Congrès des Algonquinistes.
Occasional Reviewer for Presses: Bedford/St. Martinfs, Blackwell, Cambridge University Press, Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, John Benjamins, Middle American Research Institute, Mouton de Gruyter, Oxford University Press, Reidel Press, SSILA Book Award, SUNY Press, University of Nebraska Press, University of Oklahoma Press, University of Texas Press, University of Utah Press.
Director, Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, SUNY Albany, 1980
Co-ordinator of Cognitive Science, SUNY Albany, 1988, 1989
Head of Spanish, LSU, 1991-92
Linguistics Executive Committee, LSU, 1989-1994
Latin American Studies Executive Committee, SUNY Albany, 1988-1993
College of Arts and Sciences Promotion and Tenure Committee, LSU, 1989-1993
Peer Evaluation Committee, LSU (elected), 1991-1992
Panel member, external review of the Department of Linguistics, Australian National
University, May 1998.
Anthropology Board of Studies, University of Canterbury (elected), 1996-2000.
University of Canterbury Research Committee member (elected), 1997-2000.
Academic Board member (elected), 1997-2000 University of Canterbury.
Head of Department, Linguistics, 1999-2001 University of Canterbury.
Head of Linguistics, 2004 University of Canterbury
Director of the Center for American Indian Languages, University of Utah, 2004-2010.
Major Areas of Research and Teaching Interest:
Language documentation, endangered languages, language revitalization
American Indian (Native American) languages
Sociolinguistics, Linguistic Anthropology, Dialectology
Mayan languages, Mesoamerica, Nahuatl, Uto-Aztecan, Matacoan languages, South American languages
Finnish, Finno-Ugric, Uralic
Languages: Spanish (excellent), Finnish (excellent), German (good); French (read well, poor speaking); Portuguese (read well, speak limited); Italian (read), Swedish (read, limited speaking), Danish (read); Classical Greek (Attic, Homeric), Sanskrit, Russian (studied, no speaking competency); Nahuatl (good, field research language); Kfichef (good, field research language); Quechua (fair, field research language); Maori (structure, poor reading knowledge); Samoan (course taken).
Extensive field work (3 months or more): Kaqchikel, Qfeqchif, Jakalteko, Nootka, Quechua (Cuzco, Puno), Pipil (Nahuate), Somali, Tzeltal, Xinkan (Guazacapán, Chiquimulilla, Jumaytepeque), Zapotec (Isthmus), Nivaclé (Chulupí, Ashlushlay), Wichí (formerly called Mataco).
Other field work: Bimanese (Austronesian), Cacaopera, Ecuadoran Quechua (Imbabura), Jicaque, Lenca, Ofodham (Papago), Sumu, Tibetan, Tetum (Austronesian), Tongan, Zoque; most other Mayan languages, Chorote (Matacoan), Shoshone.
Courses Taught: Introduction to linguistics; Linguistic field methods, Language Documentation (grammar and dictionary writing), Endangered languages and language revitalization; Historical linguistics (introduction), Historical linguistics (Graduate, advanced), Contemporary issues in historical linguistics, Language Contact, Language relatedness seminar, Syntactic change, Seminar in grammaticalization; Typology and universals; Introduction to phonology, Advanced phonology, Phonetics; Language and culture, Sociolinguistics (introduction), Sociolinguistics (graduate), Dialectology (graduate); Introduction to Indo-European, History of English; History of linguistics; Syntactic theory I; Lectures in Cognitive Science.
American Indian languages, Mesoamerican languages, Seminar in Mayan languages, Mayan hieroglyphics, Kfichef (introduction, structure of), Nahuatl, Quechua.
Introduction to anthropology, Ethnohistory, History of Anthropological Thought (team-taught), Theory of Anthropology (team-taught), North American Indians, Mayan peoples and prehistory, Folklore, Ethnographic semantics (Ethnoscience), Proseminar in linguistics (for Anthropology graduate students),
History of the Spanish language, Structure of the Spanish language (graduate), Spanish syntax and morphology (undergraduate), Spanish phonetics, Spanish sociolinguistics, Spanish dialectology,
Finnish (Introduction, Structure of)
English as a Second language (beginning and intermediate levels).
Presentations at Professional Meetings and Invited Lectures, 2005-2010:
Linguistic Acculturation in Chulupí and Chorote. Society of the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas annual meeting, Oakland, CA, Jan. 8, 2005. (L. Campbell and Verónica Grondona.)
Lost and found in endangered languages: linguistic lessons from the Chaco Project. Keynote address, IV Congresso Internacional da ABRALIN [Linguistic Association of Brazil], Feb. 19, 2005. University of Brasília, Brazil. (invited.)
Chaco Linguistic Stocktaking. In: the Mesa Redonda [panel workshop]: gPesquisas recentes em lingüística ameriíndiah [Recent Investigations in American Indian Linguistics]. IV Congresso Internacional da ABRALIN [Linguistic Association of Brazil], Feb. 19, 2005. University of Brasília, Brazil. (Invited.)
gLost and foundh in endangered languages. Utah Science and Literature symposium: Some Re-Assembly Required: Restoration and Human Production, Panel: Whatfs forever for? Extinction and preservation in life, language, and stone. March 25, 2005. (Invited.)
Mesoamerican Languages: Stock-taking with a View to the Future. Workshop on American Indigenous Languages (WAIL). University of California, Santa Barbara. April 23, 2005,
Mesoamerica – the big picture. Conference on Latin American Indigenous languages. University of Texas, Austin. May 1-2, 2005.
Lost and Found in endangered languages. LASSO [Linguistic Association of Southwest] Oct. 7-9, 2005. Lubeck, Texas.
Language contact among languages of the Gran Chaco: Is there a Chaco linguistic area?: assessing the evidence. Workshop sobre Lingüística Histórica e Línguas em Contato: Línguas Indígenas do Brasil e Regiões Adjacentes, Universidade de Brasília, October 12-14, 2005.
Archiving North American Indian Language data at CAIL. 3rd DELAMAN [Digital Endangered Languages and Musics Archive Network]. University of Texas, Austin. Nov. 21-22, 2005.
Aspectos culturales relacionados con la salud en las comunidades aborígenes del norte argentino. Hospital Britántico de Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Verónica Grondona and L. Campbell). July 5, 2006. [Invited talk.]
Contacto Lingüístico entre las lenguas del Gran Chaco: Existe una Área Lingüística Chaqueña? Symposium: Advances in South American historical linguistics, 52nd International Congress of Americanists. Seville, Spain, July 17-21, 2006. [Invited paper.]
Rasgos Tipológicos Inusuales en el Chulupí y su Significado. Symposium: Lenguas Chaqueñas en Argentina, Bolivia y Paraguay: estudios descriptivos, tipológicos y comprativos, 52nd International Congress of Americanists. Seville, Spain, July 17-21, 2006. [Invited paper.]
Languages and Genes in Collaboration: some Practical Matters. Language and Genes: an interdisciplinary conference, University of California, Santa Barbara, Sept 8-10, 2006. [Invited paper.]
Panel: Alfabetización en Lenguas Indígenas (with Francesc Queixalós, Andrés Pablo Salanova, Verónica Grondona, L. Campbell), Universitat de Girona (Spain), April 17, 2007.
Linguistic prehistory, super-families, and Proto-World. Inferring Language History and Prehistory Workshop, Santa Fe Institute, July 12-13, 2007. (Invited.)
How many language families are there in the world, really? International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Aug 6-12, 2007, University of Quebec, Montreal.] [Plenary paper.]
A Bayesian model of discovering typological implications. Conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), Prague, June 24-29, 2007 (Hal Daume III and Lyle Campbell).
La Investigación Histórica de Las Lenguas Aisladas, o ¿Es raro el vasco? Presentación de Apertura, Congreso de Filología y Lingüística Vascas en memoria del 20 aniversario de la muerte de Luis Michelena, Oct. 11, 2007, Universidad del País Vasco, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. [Invited paper.]
Are there universals of grammatical borrowing? University of Helsinki, Dept. of Finnish, Nov. 19, 2007 [Invited].
Whatfs gained in endangered language documentation? University of Helsinki, Dept. of Finnish, Nov. 19, 2007 [Invited].
What is gained from documenting endangered languages? The Grand Chaco perspective. OSU Martin Luther King Day Linguistic Symposium, Ohio State University, Jan. 21, 2008. [Invited keynote speaker.]
What is Gained from Documentation of Endangered Languages?: The Center for American Indian Languages (CAIL). National Geographic Society, meeting on endangered languages, Feb. 21-22, 2008. [Invited participant (speaker)].
What is gained in language documentation? GLOSS colloquium, University of Oregon, March 9, 2008 [invited].
Rasgos Tipológicos Inusuales en el Chulupí y su Significado. CELCNA 4, March 30, 2008. University of Utah.
The Historical Investigation of Language Isolates, or, Whatfs weird about them? Spring Workshop in Reconstruction, University of Michigan, April 4-5, 2008.
How about linguistic and human genetic correlations? University of Oklahoma, Dept of Anthropology and Native American Languages, Graduate Studentsf association, Sept. 26, 2008 [Invited talk.]
What is Gained from Documentation of Endangered Language?: Lessons from the Chaco University of Oklahoma, Dept of Anthropology and Native American Languages, Graduate Studentsf association, Sept. 26, 2008 [Invited talk.]
How many language families (and language isolates) are there in the world? Linguistics Dept, Cornell University, Oct. 3, 2008. [Invited talk.]
Some Mayan Marvels. Ohio State University, April 16, 2009 [invited talk].
The Finnish Partitive Case. Slavic Linguistic Forum, Ohio State University, April 16, 2009 [invited talk].
How Many Language Families (and language isolates) are there in the World? Changelings Group, Ohio State University, April 17, 2009 [invited talk].
The Linguistic Diversity of the Americas in Gobal Perspective. Catherine Callaghan Emeritus Lecture. Ohio State University, April 17, 2009 [invited talk].
Why Document Endangered Language? University of Texas, San Antonio, Sept. 18, 2009 [invited talk].
The Center for American Indian Languages and Language/Knowledge Documentation and Revitalization. Recovering Voices: Partnership in Documentation and Revitalization of Endangered Languages and Indigenous Knowledge, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, Nov. 3, 2009 [invited talk].
Closing remarks and next steps. Recovering Voices Workshop, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, Nov. 4, 2009 [invited talk].
Why a catalogue of endangered languages? Endangered Languages Information and Infrastructure Project (ELIIP) Workshop, Nov. 12-16, 2009. University of Utah.
Language Isolates and Their History, or, Whatfs Weird, Anyway? Berkeley Linguistics Society, Feb. 7, 2010 [Invited plenary talk].
Historical linguisticis: Facts or Fictions? Facts and Myths in Historical Linguistics, Faculty Workshop, University of Vienna, Nov. 19-20, 2010.
Conferences and Symposia Organized:
Phoneticism in Mayan Hieroglyphic Writing, Albany, NY. 1978.
The Languages of Native America: Historical and Comparative Assessment (National Science Foundation sponsored). 1976.
Linguistic prehistory (Invited to organize this symposium). American Anthropological Association, annual meeting. 1989.
Symposium: Comparative linguistics and historical relationships. American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting, Feb. 21, 1994, San Francisco, CA. (Invited symposium co-organizer, Johanna Nichols and L. Campbell).
American Indian Linguistics: typological and historical Contributions. Invited symposium, Australian Linguistics Society, annual meeting, Melbourne, July 7, 2000.
Comparative Linguistics, International Congress of Linguists. Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, July 24th-29th, 2003.
Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America (CELCNA) I, at CAIL, University of Utah, April 7-10, 2005; CELCNA II, March 31-April 2, 2006, CELCNA III, April 13-15, 2007, CELCNA IV, March 28-30, 2008.
Endangered Languages Information and Infrastructure Project (ELIIP) Workshop, Nov. 12-16, 2009. University of Utah. (NSF sponsored, with Anthony Aristar and Helen Aristar-Dry.)
Current graduate student thesis supervision:
Supervisor, MA thesis committees:
Supervisor, PhD thesis committees:
David J. Iannucci
Christopher Rogers (Completed 2011)
Wilson da Lima Silva
PhD supervisory committee member:
MA supervisory committee member:
Jennifer Mitchel (completed 2010)
Robert Sykes (completed 2010)
External thesis (committee member or external examiner) (currently and last 2 years):
Salomé Gutiérrez Morales, U California, Santa Barbara (PhD)
Jimena Terraza, Université du Québec à Montreal, Canada (PhD) (completed 2009)
Megan Zdrojkowski Avram, Eastern Michigan University (MA) (completed 2009)
Recent service committees and responsibilities:
Organizing committee: International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)
Director, Center for American Indian Languages (2004-2010)
University Press Faculty Editorial Advisory Committee (2009-2010)
Coordinator, CRELC certificates (2005-2010)
Environmental Humanities, College of Humanities, board member (2006-2010)
SSILA Executive Committee (ex-officio as former President)
Ken Hale Prize Committee, SSILA
Mary Haas Prize Committee, SSILA (Chair, 2008-2009)