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Daniel Leonard Everett

Daniel Leonard Everett, American linguist. Grantee National Science Foundation, 1984, 89, 93, Mellon Foundation, 1993-1995. Fellow American Council Learned Societies; member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Linguistic Society of America, Brazilian Linguistics Society.

Background

  • Everett, Daniel Leonard was born on July 26, 1951 in Holtville, California, United States. Son of Leonard and Billie Jean (Bradley) Everett.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Science, University Campinas, 1983. Master of Linguistics, University Campinas, 1980.

    Career

    • Assistant professor linguistics University Campinas, Sao Paulo, 1983-1986. Assistant, then associate professor linguistics University Pittsburgh, 1988-1992, professor, chairman linguistics, since 1992.

    Works

    • Author: A Lingua Piraha, 1991, Wari, 1996, Why There Are No Clitics, 1996. Editor Journal Amazonian Languages, 1995.

    Membership

    Fellow American Council Learned Societies. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Linguistic Society of America, Brazilian Linguistics Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Guitar, singing.

    Connections

    • Married Keren M. Graham, January 31, 1970. Children: Shannon L. Russell, Kristene C. Diggins, Caleb D.
    • father: Leonard Everett
    • mother: Billie Jean (Bradley) Everett
    • spouse: Keren M. Graham
    • children: Shannon L. Russell Everett
    • Kristene C. Diggins Everett
    • Caleb D. Everett
    Daniel Leonard Everett
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    Born July 26, 1951
    (age 66)
    Nationality
    • 1983
      University Campinas
    • 1980
      University Campinas
    • 1983 - 1986
      Assistant, professor linguistics University Campinas
      Sao Paulo, Brazil, Brazil

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