Monica Macaulay

Department of Linguistics
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Monica Macaulay Welcome to my website. I'm a linguist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, specializing in the morphology of American Indian languages. I have worked on Chalcatongo Mixtec (Otomanguean), Ojitlán Chinantec (also Otomanguean), and Karuk (spoken in Northern California).

I currently work with the Menominee, helping out with their language preservation programs. I'm also part of a group that's working on a linguistic corpus of Potawatomi. I am co-editor of the Papers of the Algonquian Conference, and I am President of the Endangered Language Fund. You can learn more about me here.

Linguists of the female persuasion, check out WILMA (Women In Linguistics Mentoring Alliance, a project of the LSA).

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Monica Macaulay
Department of Linguistics

University of Wisconsin
1168 Van Hise Hall
1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1557
mmacaula at wisc dot edu


Fall 2016 Office Hours:
Mondays 2:00-3:00
Wednesdays 1:30-2:30
and by appointment
1164 Van Hise