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Stacey Oberly

About Stacey Oberly

Stacey Oberly specializes in Southern Ute linguistics, descriptive linguistics, Native American language immersion, language documentation and revitalization, Numic phonetics, Native American education and instrumental phonetics, holds an Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies and Linguistics. Professor Oberly’s most recent scholarly work focuses on voiceless vowels, stress and immersion in Southern Ute. Her current writing focuses on Southern Ute language policy, instrumental phonetic documentation and Native American educational issues. Her seminars and consultant roles has resulted in students working towards a M.A. in Native American linguistics.

Areas of Study

Southern Ute Instrumental Phonetics; Native Language Documentation and Revitalization

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Contact Information

Stacey Oberly
Telephone: (520) 621-0812
Fax: (520) 621-7952
Office: Harvill 320A; Douglass 200
Office Hours: No office hours Fall 2011


Ph.D., 2008, University of Arizona

Courses Taught

Contemporary American Indian Issues  [nid:1239]

Special Topics in American Indian Studies [nid:1218]

American Indian Languages  [nid:1238]

Catalog Courses by Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences