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Arienne M. Dwyer

Director of Research (and Founding Co-Director), Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities
Professor, Linguistic Anthropology
Primary office:
Fraser Hall, Rm. 638

Dr. Arienne M Dwyer is a Professor of Linguistic Anthropology, and an affiliate in with Linguistics and Indigenous Nations Studies. She works in language documentation and technology, and is currently directing three NSF-sponsored research projects. She is Co-Director (with Professor Carlos Nash) of Co-Lang: Institute for Language Research, held at KU in June and July of 2012.

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