Randi Moore

Visiting Assistant Professor of English & Linguistics (Typology and/or Language Docum.)

Office: Tucker Hall 317
Office Hours: Tuesdays 3-4, Wednesdays 3:30-4:30, Thursdays 9:30-10:30 and by appointment
Email: [[remoore02]]

Areas of Specialization
Semantics; linguistic anthropology; field methods and language documentation; language, culture, and cognition; Mesoamerican languages, especially Zapotec
Publications

Alshehri, A., Bohnemeyer, J., Moore, R., & G. Pérez-Báez. The Principle of Canonical Orientation: A Crosslinguistic Study. Language and Cognition 10(3): 494-513. DOI:10.1017/langcog.2018.12.

Moore, R. Spatial language and cognition in Isthmus Zapotec. Dissertation: University at Buffalo.    

Bohnemeyer, J., K. T. Donelson, R. Moore, E. Benedicto, A. Eggleston, G. Pérez Báez, A. Capistrán Garza, N. Hernández Green, M. Hernández Gómez, S. Herrera, C. K. O'Meara, E. Palancar, G. Polian, & R. Romero Méndez. The contact diffusion of linguistic practices: Reference frames in Mesoamerica. Language Dynamics and Change 5(2): 169-201. DOI:10.1163/22105832-00502002.

Moore, R., K. T. Donelson, A. Eggleston, & J. Bohnemeyer. Semantic typology: New approaches to crosslinguistic variation in language and cognition.  Linguistics Vanguard 1(1): 189-200. DOI: 10.1515/lingvan-2015-1004, Apr 2015.
Background

B.A., The College of William and Mary; M.A., Old Dominion University; Ph.D. University at Buffalo, SUNY

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