Lynn Gordon
  Curriculum Vita 

EDUCATION
 Ph.D.  Linguistics  University of California, Los Angeles  1980 
 M.A.    Linguistics   University of California, Los Angeles  1975 
 B.A.  Linguistics   University of California, Los Angeles   1974

EMPLOYMENT 
Employment at Washington State University 
Director, Avery Microcomputer Lab, 2005-2015
Associate Professor, Department of English, 1986 - 
Assistant Professor, Department of English, 1981-86 

Other Employment in Higher Education 
Visiting Associate Professor, Linguistics Department, Simon Fraser University, 1989-1990 
Lecturer, English Department, California State University, Los Angeles, 1981 
Lecturer, Linguistics Department, California State University, Fullerton, 1981 
Research Associate, Behavioral Technology Laboratories, University of Southern California, 1977-78 

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AND HONORS
“Chickasaw Switch Reference,” Department of Linguistics, UC Berkeley, 1986 (invited address). 
Member of  WSU Graduate Faculty. 
“Multiple Analyses: Phonology, Morphology, and Syntax,” Department of Linguistics, SUNY , Buffalo, 1981 (invited address). 
“Switch Reference, Clause Order, and Interclausal Relationships in Maricopa,” Switch Reference Symposium, Winnipeg, 1981 (invited participant). 
“The Development of Evidentials in Maricopa,” Evidentials Symposium, University of California, Berkeley, 1981 (invited participant). 


LANGUAGES 
Reading   Latin, French, Attic Greek, Spanish 

Fieldwork and/or On-Going Research in  Maricopa, Tolkapaya, Yavpai, Bauan Fijian, Chickasaw, Cahuilla, Rapanui, Irish, Welsh, Nez Perce. 

PUBLICATIONS
(An asterisk appears before those items which were screened by referees or editorial advisory boards prior to acceptance for publication)
Book
*Maricopa Morphology and Syntax 1986. University of California Publications in Linguistics (University of California Press: Berkeley). 

Articles
Relative clauses in Western Muskogean languages. With Pamela Munro, in Glossa: a journal of general linguistics2(1), 30. (DOI:http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.184), 2017
"Relative clauses in Western Muskogean languages." With Pamela Munro, accepted by Glossa: a journal of general linguistics.
“Inflectional ablaut in the River languages.” With Pamela Munro, in Papers from the 1989 Hokan-Penutian Languages Workshop: 69-86 (University of Oregon Papers in Linguistics 2),1990 
“Relative clauses in Western Muskogean languages.” Muskogean Linguistics, P. Munro, ed.: 66-80 (UCLA Occasional Papers in Linguistics 6: Los Angeles), 1987. 
"The development of Evidentials in Maricopa." Evidentiality: The Linguistic Coding of Epistemology, W. Chafe and J. Nichols, eds.: 75-88 (Ablex: Norwood, New Jersey), 1986. 
* “Switch-reference, clause order, and interclausal relationships in Maricopa.” Switch Reference and Universal Grammar, J. Haiman and P. Munro, eds.:83-104 (John Benjamins, B.V.),1984. 
“Some Maricopa Auxiliaries.” Hokan-Yuman Workshop, Southern Illinois University Occasional Papers on Linguistics #111-11,1983. 
“Inferential Constructions in Maricopa.” Southern Illinois University Occasional Papers on Linguistics, #10:15-23 (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale), 1982. 
*“Syntactic Relations in Western Muskogean;” with Pamela Munro, Language 58:81-116, March 1982. 
“Evidentials in Maricopa.” Proceedings of the Hokan-Yuman Workshop, Southern Illinois University Occasional Papers on Linguistics, #9:5 9-69 (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale), 1981. 
*“Types of Adverbial and Modal Constructions in Tolkapaya,” with Heather K. Hardy, IJAL 46:183-196, July 1980. 
“Maricopa Relative Clauses.” Southern Illinois University Occasional Papers on Linguistics #7:15-24 (Southern Illinois University; Carbondale), 1980 
“-k and -m in Maricopa,” UCLA Papers in Syntax, #8:119-144 UCLA,1980. 
“On the Psychological Reality of Text Types,” with Allen Munro and Kathy A. Lutz (Tech. Report No. 91); University of Southern California, Behavioral Technology Laboratories, May 1978. “Summaries and Recalls for Three Types of Texts,” with Allen Munro, Joseph W. Rigney, and Kathy A. Lutz (Tech. Report No. 85), University of Southern California, Behavioral Technology Laboratories, May 1978. 
“Morphemes of Epistemic Constrast in Tolkapaya,” with Heather K. Hardy, Southern Illinois Occasional Papers in Linguistics #3:4-21 (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale), 1978. 

Encyclopedia Entry
"Switch reference." 2004, in Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Philipp Strazny (ed.) (Routledge) 

Co-Edited Textbook 
*Chem'ivillu' (Let's speak Cahuilla) 1982, by Katherine Siva Sauvel and Pamela Munro, co-edited with Brent de Chene, et al. 

Transcriptions/Translations
Transcriptions of two Maricopa texts in Spirit Mountain: An Anthology of Yuman Story and Song (Sun Tracks, vol. 10), edited by Leanne Hinton and Lucille J. Watahomigie

Research in Progress 
Maricopa-English Dictionary 

PRESENTATIONS
(An asterisk appears before invited and refereed presentations)
Published Conference Papers 
* “Switch Reference, Clause Order, and Interclausal Relationships in Maricopa,” in Switch Reference and Universal Grammar ed. John Haiman and Pamela Munro (B.V.:John Benjamins,1984), 83-104. 
* “The Development of Evidentials in Maricopa,” in Evidentiality: The Linguistic Coding of Epistemology, ed. Wallace Chafe and Johanna Nichols (Norwood, N.J.: Ablex,1986), 75-88.

Invited Professional Presentations
Presentations to Gila River and Salt River Piipaash (Maricopa) Communities: Five workshops and three presentations on Piipaash (Maricopa) language and on my experience working on the language. Invited by the Huhugam Cultural Center (Gila River Indian Community) and SRPMIC Cultural Resources Department (Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community) (Phoenix, AZ) with the support of the American Indian Language Development Institute, University of Arizona, 23 May-31 May 2016. 

Papers 
*"Podcasting: Cross-Cultural and -Linguistic Audio/Video Explorations”, With Elizabeth Siler, Spokane Regional ESL Conference (Spokane, WA), presented 26 February 2011.
*“Word comprehension skills in reading in Spanish”, With Elizabeth Siler, Washington Association for Foreign Language Teachers Fall Conference (Wenatchee, WA), 11-13 October 2008
“Designing interactive tools for teaching syntax: Issues, and a demonstration of Gordon’s ToolBook-based materials for WSU English 255.” With Guy Carden. University of British Columbia Linguistics Colloquium. 26 November 1999. 
“Demonstration of interactive software for acoustic phonetics and grammatical analysis.” With Guy Carden. Applied Linguistics Forum, PhD Program in Linguistics, CUNY Graduate Center, 19 Feb. 1997 
* “Nez Perce relative clauses.” Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting. (30 minute paper), 1991. 
* “The acquisition of binding.” With Guy Carden. Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting. (30 minute paper), 1991. 
“Inflectional ablaut in the River Languages.” With Pamela Munro. Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1989. 
“Switch-reference in Chickasaw.” Colloquium, Department of Linguistics, Simon Fraser University, 1989. 
“Nez Perce Relative Clauses.” Department of Linguistics, University of British Columbia, 1988. 
*“The Syntactic Status of Noun Clauses in Western Muskogean.” Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, 1987. 
* “Chickasaw Switch-Reference.” Department of Linguistics, UC Berkeley, 1986 (invited). 
“On-going Syntactic Changes in Maricopa.” Haas Festival Conference, Santa Cruz, 1986. 
* “Relative Clauses in Western Muskogean Language.” Linguistics Program, University of Utah, 1985 (invited). 
*“Women and Language: Woman as Participant and Topic.” English Department, University of Utah, 1985 (invited).
“-k and -m Verbs in Maricopa.” Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1985. 
“Switch-reference and Possessor Raising in Chickasaw.” Hokan-Yuman Language Workshop, 1985. 
* “The syntactic status of possessor raising in Chickasaw,” Western Conference on Linguistics, 1985. 
* “Syntactic differences in Western Muskogean,” Pacific Linguistics Conference, 1985. 
*“Switch-reference in Chickasaw,” Linguistics Society of America Annual Meeting, 1985. 
* “George Orwell's View of the Language: A Critique,” Symposium on “George Orwell's 1984, Myth, Legend, and Reality,” WSU, 1984 (invited). 
* “Some Syntactic Differences between Chickasaw and Choctaw,” Harvard University, Linguistics Department, 1984 (invited). 
“Some Morphological and Syntactic Distinctions in Maricopa,” Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1983. 
* “Raising Rules and the Projection Principle,” with Guy Carden and Pamela Munro. Colloquium, LSA Annual Meeting, 1982. 
“S-Structure Co-reference Assignment Will Require Both Reconstruction and Extended Trace Theory: Evidence from English and Fijian,” with Guy Carden, Harvard University, June 1982. 
* “Reconstruction vs. Extended Trace Theory: Two Cases Requiring Reconstruction,” with Guy Carden. Canadian Linguistics Society Annual Meeting, 1 982. 
* “Some Auxiliaries in Maricopa,” Linguistic Association of the Southwest Conference, 1982. 
“Some Maricopa Auxiliaries.” Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1982. 
* “Syntactic Change and Grammatical Systems.” UCLA Conference on Causality and Linguistic Change, May 1982. 
* “How to Simplify Your Sentences While Complicating Your Grammar: The Development of the Maricopa Verb.” Linguistics Colloquium, University of British Columbia, 1 982 (invited). 
* “Intersentential Semantics and Text Type,” (with Allen Munro). Annual Meeting, 1981. 
* “Relative Clauses in Western Muskogean.” American Anthropological Association Meeting, 1981. 
“Inferential Constructions in Maricopa.” Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1981. 
* “The Development of Evidentials in Maricopa,” Evidentials Symposium, University of California, Berkeley, 1 98 1 (invited participant). 
* “Switch Reference, Clause Order, and Interclausal Relationships in Maricopa,” Switch Reference Symposium, Winnipeg, 1981 (invited participant). 
* “Multiple Analyses: Phonology, Morphology, and Syntax,” Department of Linguistics, University of NY, Buffalo, 1981 (invited lecture).
* “Raising in Bauan Fijian,” (30-minute paper), LSA Annual Meeting, 1980.
“Evidentials in Maricopa,” Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1980.
* “Maricopa's Future,” Southwestern Anthropological Association Meeting, 1980.
“Maricopa Relative Clauses,” Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1979.
* “Structural and Semantic Differences Among Three Types of Texts,” with Allen Munro; LSA Annual Meeting, 1978.
“-k and -m in Maricopa,” Switch Reference Symposium, UCLA, 1978.
“Number in Maricopa Verbs,” Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1978.
“Topic and Comment in the Language of Children,” UCLA Colloquium, 1977.
“Morphemes of Epistemic Contrast in Tolkapaya,” with Heather K. Hardy, Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1977.
“Beyond Belief. An Analysis of Tolkapaya yite,” with Heather K. Hardy, Hokan-Yuman Languages Workshop, 1977.