I teach courses in the Language Documentation & Conservation academic program at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.

Interested in majoring in Lingusitics? You can study lingusitics as an undergraduate via the Interdisciplinary Studies program. Contact me for more informtion.

You might also be interested in this list of resources for documentary linguistics.

Spring 2020

LING 630: Field Methods

Spring 2020 (CRN: 81799)
Wednesdays 3-6 pm , Moore 226

This course will equip graduate students to carry out linguistic fieldwork, building on previous documentation and description where available.

Fall 2019

IS 750: Topics in Biocultural Diversity

Fall 2019
Wednesdays 3-6 pm , Moore 575

This is a seminar course which introduces students to the field of biocultural diversity and conservation, emphasizing transdisciplinary approaches to understanding the interrelationships between culture, ecology, and language. This course features lectures and discussions by key UH Mānoa faculty in anthropology, biology, botany, Hawaiian studies, natural resources, linguistics, literature, law, and more.

Fall 2017

LING 640G: Language, Landscape and Space

Fall 2017
Wednesdays 3-6 pm , Moore 224

This course provides an introduction to the study of the complex inter-relationships between language, landscape, and space.