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  • LIN-301 Intro to Phonology and Morph (2020/01)(01)
  • LIN-721 Cognitive Linguistics I (2020/01)(01)
  • LIN-799 Independent Study (2020/01)(01)
  • LIN-302 Intro to Syntax and Discourse (2020/02)(01)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2020/02)(G02)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2020/02)(UG02)
  • LIN-732 Cognitive Linguistics II (2020/02)(01)
  • LIN-301 Intro to Phonology and Morph (2021/01)(01)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2021/01)(G01)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2021/01)(UG01)
  • LIN-721 Cognitive Linguistics I (2021/01)(01)
  • LIN-480 Linguistics Research Experienc (2022/01)(1)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2022/01)(G01)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2022/01)(G03)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2022/01)(U01)
  • LIN-595 Special Topics (2022/01)(U03)
  • LIN-302 Intro to Syntax and Discourse (2021/02)(1)
  • LIN-827 Cognitive Linguistics III (2021/02)(1)
  • LIN-302 Intro to Syntax and Discourse (2021/02)(01)
  • LIN-827 Cognitive Linguistics III (2021/02)(01)
  • Spatial metaphors in antonym pairs across sign languages
  • Working with ASL Internet data
  • Shaw (2019): Gesture in multiparty interaction
  • Sign schemas
  • English compound translations in American Sign Language
  • Constructions in Contact 2: Language Change, Multilingual Practices, and Additional Language Acquisition
  • Where do we go from here? Faculty placement of deaf linguists in US PhD programs
  • The Open Handbook of Linguistic Data Management
  • Investigating the distribution and functions in the family of 'what'-signs in American Sign Language
  • ASL internet corpus
  • <p>Compositionality in different modalities: A view from usage-based linguistics </p>
  • Verb morphology in ASL: Modality-specific categories or comparative concepts?
  • Comparing two types of borrowed English vocabulary in an ASL news database
  • Modeling the family of LOOK-AT signs as a network of associations
  • A Motivated Look at Indicating Verbs in ASL
  • The multi-mapping of four 'what' signs, functions, and genres: Data from ASL on the internet
  • Collaborative Research: Function and form in the 'what' family of signs in American Sign Language- (National Science Foundation (BCS))
  • Raphael Domingo-Linguistics PhD (Doctoral Committee) 2020/02-2022/01
  • Council on Graduate Education: Member 2021/01
  • MSCHE Self-Study Workgroup 3 2021/01-2021/02
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