Adam Hodges

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Adam Hodges is a sociocultural linguist who received his PhD from the University of Colorado in 2008. Since then, he has taught at Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University—including two years at Carnegie Mellon’s home campus in Pittsburgh and four years at Carnegie Mellon’s international campus in Doha, Qatar, where he worked with a student body representing 40 different nationalities. His research interests center on how language impacts contemporary social...
Erin Shay

Erin Shay

Research Associate
M. Erin J. Shay holds an MA and PhD in Linguistics from CU Boulder. Her dissertation and much of her subsequent research has been based on endangered languages of the Chadic family, spoken in areas of West Central Africa. She has authored or co-authored grammars of three endangered Chadic languages and has published many works on those and other languages. Much of her research, including travel to Africa, has been...

Kristine Stenzel

Adjoint Professor
Dr. Kristine Stenzel lives and works in Brazil, where she is a Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She received her PhD in Linguistics in 2004 from the University of Colorado and did post-doctoral work at the National Museum/UFRJ. She returned to the University of Colorado Linguistics Department to spend the 2014-2015 academic year as a visiting scholar, during which time...