About Meg Harvey
I'm a PhD candidate focusing on language revitalization and morphology. Currently I work on the Hiaki Language Research and Documentation Project (http://arizonahiaki.org/about/), the Tunica Language Project (http://tunica.wp.tulane.edu/), and as a research assistant studying Uspanteko (panteko.us). I also organize the Language Documentation and Fieldwork Reading Group. I strive to combine community and theoretical goals in my work.
Language documentation, maintenance, and revitalization (especially creating projects that simultaneously feed into documentation, revitalization, and linguistic analysis)
Deixis in narratives
Video games and language acquisition
Native American languages and linguistics