About the Contributors

Editorial Board The Archive

Abstract


ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS

Ivan Paul M. Bondoc received his PhD in Linguistics from the University of Hawai'i at M noa. The primary core of his research investigates the nature of grammatical properties and phenomena (with a special interest in morphologically-rich languages such as Tagalog and other Philippine-type languages), and the real-time mechanisms involved in sentence comprehension and production. He maintains an active interest in how the grammatical features from these languages are acquired by first language learners, and are lost due to cognitive decline or acquired language disorders.

Elsie Marie T. Or is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Linguistics, University of the Philippines Diliman where she teaches linguistics and Chinese Mandarin. She conducts research on the morphosyntactic structure of Philippine languages and on second language acquisition.

Ruchie Mark D. Pototanon is an Assistant Professor of History at the Division of Social Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines Visayas. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree (major in Sociology and History), cum laude, from the same university and a Master of Arts degree in History from the University of the Philippines Diliman. His research interests include toponyms, colonial and local history, Austronesian linguistics, and disaster studies. He keeps epiphytic plants as a hobby.

Frances Antoinette Cruz is an Assistant Professor of German at the College of Arts and Letters, University of the Philippines Diliman; co-convenor of the Decolonial Studies Program at the UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UP CIDS); and PhD candidate at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Her research interests are digital text analysis methods and decolonial approaches in language studies.


Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.