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Chris Rogers

Assistant Professor

4047 JFSB
Provo, UT 84602


Rogers Reading List

Dr. Rogers has compiled a list of readings that are essential to the development of skills relating to language endangerment, language documentation, language description, linguistic typology, and historical linguistics. For Rogers Reading List click here.

Research Interests

Endangered Languages, Language Documentation, Language Description, Linguistic Fieldwork, Linguistic Typology, Theoretical implications of lesser-known languages.

Teaching Interests

Language Documentation and Description, Typology, Phonology, Morphosyntax Historical Linguistics, and Linguistic Field Methods.


  • PhD, Linguistics , Empirical & General linguistics, University of Utah (2010)
  • MA, Linguistics , Sociolinguistics, San Diego State University (2007)
  • BA, Spanish , California State San Marcos (2004)


  • Society of the Study of Indigenous Languages of Latin America (2008 - Present)
  • Society of the Study of the Indigenous Languages of America (2007 - Present)

Courses Taught