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Arienne Dwyer

Linguistic, cultural study leads to Guggenheim Fellowship
Arienne Dwyer
Building Communities, Expanding Opportunities
Arienne Dwyer
Fellowships from Guggenheim and the National Endowment for the Humanities speak to the impact of Arienne Dwyer’s research on language and culture. Known for identifying Chinese Inner Asia as a language convergence area, her work bridges linguistic typology and ethnography, critical discourse analysis, indigenous advocacy and digital humanities.

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