Sigwan Thivierge, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of Community and Public Affairs
Assistant Professor, Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
My research interests are primarily in morphosyntax, focusing on Algonquian and Kartvelian languages. More specifically, I am interested in complex agreement systems, roots and the structure of verbal stems. I also have a secondary research interest in semantics, specifically relating to modality and indexical shifting. My work also focuses on language reclamation and documentation, particularly in my home community in Long Point First Nation (Winneway, QC).