Patricia Anderson

Patricia M. Anderson holds a PhD in linguistic anthropology from Tulane University. She is an active member of the Tunica Language Project and head lexicographer of the New Tunica Dictionary. Her research focuses on language revitalization in Native North America and the intersection of language revitalization and technology. She is especially involved in leveraging everyday technology to encourage learner creativity and community empowerment in language revitalization efforts.
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Revitalization Lexicography

Revitalization Lexicography

The Making of the New Tunica Dictionary

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