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Name: Olga  Charlotte  Lovick
Institution: First Nations University of Canada
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State and/or Country: US
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Language Documentation
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Beaver
Tanana, Upper
Selected Publications: 2002. “Cohesion in Chiricahua Apache Narratives.”

2004. “Why there is no y-/b-alternation in Dena’ina.”

2007. “Lost in Translation: What Linguistics has to offer climate research.”

2007. (with S. Tuttle) “Intonational Marking of Discourse Units in Two Dena’ina Narratives.”

2008. (with G. Holton) “Evidentiality in Dena’ina Athabaskan.”
2010. Studying Dena’ina discourse markers: evidence from elicitation and narrative.

2010. “Person-Marked Numerals in Northern Alberta Beaver.” Anthropological Linguistics

2011. “The Upper Tanana Athabascan vowel system: Taking a snapshot of a language.”
(ed.) 2011. Teedląy t’iin naholndak niign: Stories by the Tetlin people.

2011. (w/ S. Tuttle, I. Nunez-Ortiz) “The vowel system of Upper Tanana Athabascan.”
Forthc. (w/ S. Tuttle) “The prosody of Dena’ina narrative discourse.”
Forthc. (w/ S. Tuttle) “Conversation in Upper Tanana: Syntactic and prosodic patterns.”
Forthc. “Walking like a porcupine, talking like a raven: Figurative speech in Upper Tanana Athabascan.”
Courses Taught: Introduction to Linguistics
Introduction to Semantics
Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology
Research Methods
Field Methods
Seminar in Semantics
Seminar in Morphology
Dene Linguistics
Dissertation Abstract: Agentivity and Participant Marking in Dena'ina Athabascan: A text-based study
Reviewer of: Reference in Discourse (LL Issue 23.2532)

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