Bradley McDonnell

Bradley McDonnell

Assistant Professor

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Biography

Bradley McDonnell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM). His research interests include documentary linguistics, Usage-based linguistics, Interactional Linguistics, and Austronesian languages.

He is a faculty advisor for the Language Documentation Training Center and the Data Science Group, both housed in the Department of Linguistics at UHM. He is also the Book Review Editor for the journal Language Documentation & Conservation and is an organizer for the International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation.

Interests
  • documentary linguistics
  • descriptive linguistics
  • Usage-based linguistics
  • Interactional Linguistics
  • Austronesian languages.
Education
  • PhD in Linguistics, 2016

    University of California, Santa Barbara

  • MA in English (Lingusitics), 2010

    Arizona State University

  • MA in Teaching English as a Second Language, 2003

    Arizona State University

  • BA in History, 2001

    Arizona State University

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