Margaret Ransdell-Green, Linguistics PhD student, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Originally from Alaska. Focus on language documentation.


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My name is Margaret N. Ransdell-Green. I am a PhD student in Linguistics at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa in my fourth year with a focus on language documentation, phonology, phonetics, typological, and historical linguistics.  I also did an MA in this same area of study at UHM in 2014-16, and then transitioned into the PhD program. I hold a BA in Linguistics (minor in French) from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (2012). 

My other interests include language documentation, language endangerment, morphology, phonology, historical linguistics, Austronesian languages (especially Oceanic), Celtic languages, Japonic (languages of the Ryūkyū Islands), Romance languages, and computational linguistics. I am also a creator of constructed languages (conlangs), of which there is more info at aeniith.com.

Outside of linguistics, I enjoy hiking, baking, metalsmithing, archery, camping, reading, creative writing, poetry, tea, traveling, technology (computer science and programming), and learning about history and anthropology.

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