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Linguistics educator , researcher

Joseph Embley Emonds, American linguistics educator, researcher. Fellow Center for Advanced Studies, University Illinois, 1968-1969, Guggenheim Foundation, 1978, Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University, 1985-1986, The Netherlands Organization Science, Tilburg University, since 1992.

Background

Emonds, Joseph Embley was born on April 7, 1940 in Minot, North Dakota, United States. Son of Joseph Frederick and Margaret Josephine (Embley) Emonds.

Education

Bachelor, Loras College, 1962. Master of Arts, University Kansas, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1970.

Career

Assistant professor, then associate professor linguistics University of California at Los Angeles, 1970-1979. Professor linguistics University Washington, Seattle, since 1986, chair department, 1980-1986. Maître de conference department linguistique University Paris VIII, Vincennes, 1969-1970, professor 1re classe St. Denis, 1989.

Professor 2me classe University de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, France, 1987. Visiting lecturer Princeton University, 1973-1974. Lecturer summer school International Christian University, Mitaka, Japan, 1976.

Lecturer department linguistics University Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1982. Co-director Summer Institute, Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 1989.

Membership

Member Student-Worker Action Committee, Los Angeles, 1970-1974, International Socialists, Los Angeles, 1974-1976. Founding member Faculty for Human Rights in El Salvador and Center American, Seattle, 1983-1988. Member Linguistics Society of America.

Connections

1 child, Peter Emonds-Banfield.

father:
Joseph Frederick Emonds

mother:
Margaret Josephine (Embley) Emonds

child:
Peter Emonds-Banfield Emonds