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My name is Adam Werle. I live and work on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and am an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Victoria. My theoretical research is mainly in the areas of prosodic phonology and the syntax-phonology interface. But the focus of my work since 2002 has been the documentation, analysis, and teaching of Wakashan languages, especially Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht, Kwak'wala, and Makah.
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Department of Linguistics, University of Victoria
PO Box 3045, Victoria, BC V8W 3P4 Canada
web.uvic.ca/~werle, werle ATNOSPAM uvic.ca
Kyuquot Elementary Secondary School
General Delivery, Kyuquot, BC V0P 1J0 Canada
tel 250-332-5260, fax 250-332-5332
The Jacobs Research Funds
The Wakashan Linguistics Page
The Ditidaht Studies Program
The Ditidaht FirstVoices archive
International Journal of American Linguistics
Northwest Journal of Linguistics – North Wakashan Call (NWJL) (LL 25.394)
last updated January 2014