LingCircle is the graduate student organization of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona. LingCircle members organize and participate in meetings and social events for linguistics graduate students (e.g. happy hours, game nights, hikes), prospective student weekend events, and other department- and university-wide events (e.g. the annual Meet Your Major fair). We organize an annual linguistics conference, Arizona Linguistics Circle (ALC), which brings together researchers in all areas of linguistics from around the world. You can find out more about the latest conference, ALC13, at the conference website. Additionally, we are working to revive Coyote Papers, our department's working papers and conference proceedings publication. You can learn more about Coyote Papers, as well as access all previous publications, on this website.
Current LingCircle Representatives
President, Amber Lubera
Vice President, Lucy Hall Hartley
Secretary, Meg Harvey
Treasurer, Luis Irizarry
Cave Keeper, Luis Irizarry
Faculty Meeting Representatives, Luis Irizarry & Remo Nitschke
Faculty Meeting Representatives (alternates), Kerry McCullough & John W.W. Powell
ANLI Liason, Christina Newhall
HLT Liason, Meghavarshini Krishnaswamy
NAMA Liason, Kevan Joe
Social Chair, JR Yu
Bird Liason, Jon Geary
Coyote Papers Liason, Gabriela De la Cruz
ALC14 Co-Chairs, Kerry McCullough & Maya Klein
Coyote Papers Committee Members, Remo Nitschke, John Powell, Gabriela De la Cruz, Damián Yukio Romero Díaz, and Christina Newhall
Coyote Papers Former Committee Members, Angela Hughes, Maya Klein, and Jonathan Geary
Coyote Papers Webmaster & Digital Archivist, Damian Yukio Romero Diaz
Linguistics graduate students are welcome to use the Cave (Douglass 112), which serves as the linguistics graduate student lounge; and the Hive (Douglass 110), which houses several TA offices and a library containing various dissertations, books, journal issues, and other publications. The Cave and Hive are meant to be happy places for working and respectful meeting and chatting with other graduate students, and we ask that you help keep them this way.
To contact all LingCircle members, please use the LingCircle listserv (lingcircle(AT)list(DOT)arizona(DOT)edu).
For questions about this website, please contact the Webmaster directly (damianiji [at] email etc)