Meg Harvey

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 (, the Tunica Language Project (, and as a research assistant studying Uspanteko (  I also organize the Language Documentation and Fieldwork Reading Group. I strive to combine community and theoretical goals in my work.

Research Interests

Language documentation, maintenance, and revitalization (especially creating projects that simultaneously feed into documentation, revitalization, and linguistic analysis)

Deixis in narratives

Quichean languages

Mayan Linguistics

Video games and language acquisition

Native American languages and linguistics


Uto-Aztecan Languages

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Contact Information

Meg Harvey
PhD Candidate


2017 MA Linguistics Tulane University

2016 BA Anthropology, Linguistics, French Tulane University


Courses Taught

Stand-alone Instructor:

LING/-PSY 201 (Intro to Linguistics, Online) -- Spring 2020, Summer Session 1 2020


LING 341 (Language Development) -- Spring 2021

LING 150C (Language in the Digital Age)     -- Fall 2019

LING/PSY 201 (Intro to Linguistics, Online)  -- Fall 2018

LING/PSY 201 Honors (Intro to Linguistics) -- Fall 2018

LING 314 (Intro to Phonetics)                       -- Spring 2018

LING 150A (Languages of the World)          -- Fall 2017


GER 150B1 “Becoming Transcultural: Maximizing Study Abroad" -- Fall 2019

LING 341 Intro to Language Development, Online -- Spring 2018