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Alan Manning

Professor
Linguistics

4053 JFSB
Provo, UT 84602

Biography

Commonly Taught Courses

Grammar (ELANG 325) Intro. to Linguistics (LING 201) Discourse Analysis (ELANG 362)

Biography

Alan D. Manning received his Ph.D. (linguistics with a minor in technical writing) from Louisiana State University (LSU) in 1988. He has taught linguistics, literature, and writing courses at LSU, Stephen F. Austin University in Texas, and Idaho State University before joining the Brigham Young University linguistics faculty in 1994. His published research primarily deals with information design, editing, and semiotic analysis.

Degrees

BA, BYU, 1984
PhD, LSU, 1988

Interests

Information Design, Syntax, Semantics, Peircean Analysis

Research Interests

Information Design, Syntax, Semantics, Peircean Text Analysis
Mark Twain Studies

Teaching Interests

Grammar, Editing, Visual Information Design

Courses Taught

Presentations

Alan Dee Manning Nicole E Amare
Alan Dee Manning