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Rand Valentine

Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics and American Indian Studies Program

Office: 1106 Van Hise
Phone: 262-9875

Ph.D.: University of Texas at Austin, Department of Linguistics, 1994. Ojibwe dialect relationships. Advisor, Anthony C. Woodbury.

Academic positions held
1995-present: UW-Madison
1983-present: Lecturer in Algonquian Linguistics, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Courses taught
LING 306 General Phonetics
LING 322 Morphology
LING 522 Advanced Morphology
LING 426, LING 427 Field Methods
(languages of study have included Icelandic, Korean, Arabic, Igbo, and Finnish)
AIS 301, 302, 401, 402 Ojibwe Language
(4 semester course satisfying the undergraduate "foreign" language requirement)
AIS 450 Ojibwe Oral Tradition

Current research interests - See the Research Page

Representative publications

To appear. Ojibwe Dialect Relationships. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

To appear. Being and Becoming in Ojibwe. Journal of Anthropological Linguistics.

To appear. Body Part Verbs and Ojibwe Dialect Variation. International Journal of American Linguistics.

2001. Nishnaabemwin Reference Grammar. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

2001. "The Ojibwa Woman" and Nenabozho. In Papers of the 32nd Algonquian Conference. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba.



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