Welcome to Monica Macaulay's 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 (Hokan, spoken in Northern California).
I currently work on Menominee, and am helping out with the tribe's language preservation programs. I'm also part of a group that's working on a dictionary of Potawatomi.
I am part of the Linguist List review editors team, and was one of the founders of WILMA (Women In Linguistics Mentoring Alliance, a project of the LSA).