Adam Werle

Linguist, Language Activist

I am a linguist and language activist. I document, analyze, and teach Aboriginal languages spoken on and around Vancouver Island, especially Nuu-chah-nulth, Kwak'wala, Ditidaht, and Makah. I work with Native communities to restore their endangered languages to a healthy, thriving state. My theoretical work focuses on the analysis of Wakashan and neighbouring languages, and on prosodic phonology, clisis, and related topics. I am based in Kyuquot and Seattle.

Contact

werle–at–uvic.ca

Linguist
Kyuquot Elementary Secondary School
General Delivery, Kyuquot, BC V0P 1J0 Canada
tel 1-250-332-5260, fax 1-250-332-5332

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Linguistics, University of Victoria
PO Box 3045, Victoria, BC V8W 3P4 Canada
tel 1-250-721-6634, fax 1-250-721-7423

More

My curriculum vitae (pdf)
My personal page: adam.werle.us
Wakashan Linguistics Page: depts.washington.edu/wll2
Westcoast (South Wakashan) language materials: kwistuup.net

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