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  1. Bakken Jepsen, Julie

    Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology) (Language endangerment (sign languages)), Functional linguistics (Linguistic Typology), Identity (Deaf culture, Deaf identity), Others (Sign languages), Phonetics and phonology (The structure of sign languages)

    • Bakker, Peter

      Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology) (gender differences, language change, languages in contat), Africa, American, Native, Canada (early history, First Nations, Metis, language), Empires and colonies (Africa: Danes in Ghana, Canada's east coast ca. 1600, cultural encounters, India), Language Politics and Language Pedagogics, Language acquisition (language disorders, twins), Morphology (polysynthetic lanuages, reduplication), North America in general (First Nations, Native Americans), Other Languages, Other countries (Sri Lanka Portuguese), Others, Phonetics and phonology, West Africa (creoles, Danish activities, Ghana, pidgins)

      • Levisen, Carsten

        Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology) (Semantic change, Historical pragmatics, creolization of languages and cultures), Dansk semantics (meaning), Identity (Linguistic, sociohistorical and cognitive aspects of creolization), Intercultural communication, Language development (Language socialization), Pacific Ocean (Urban Bislama, Pacific Englishes,), Pragmatics (language use) (Ethnopragmatics), Psychology of culture (Language and social emotions, critical "happiness" studies), Semantics (cognitive semantics, formal semantics etc) (Lexical semantics, Cultural semantics, Cognitive semantics, Natural Semantic Metalanguage), Sociolects (child language, language of adolescents, immigrants, specialised language etc) (The sociolinguistics of identity, World Englishes), Syntax (Cultural influences on grammatical systems), Text typology (genre theory) (Ethnopragmatic approaches to genre)

        • McGregor, William Bernard

          Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology) (comparative Bunuban, comparative Nyulnyulan, comparative Worrorran, grammaticalisation), Functional linguistics (Linguistic Typology, Semiotic grammar), Morphology (ergative case-marking, optional case-marking), Psycholinguistics (classification, language and theory of mind, symbolic cognition), Semantics (cognitive semantics, formal semantics etc) (mood and modality, semantics of grammar), Sociolects (child language, language of adolescents, immigrants, specialised language etc) (language endangerment, special registers (mother-in-law)), Syntax (complementation constructions, compound verb constructions, mood and subordination)