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Hi, I am Andreea S. Calude, pronounced [an'drɛ-ə ka-lu-dɛ]. My married name is ASC James. I work as a professional linguist at the University of Waikato. I am the author of the TED ED Lesson "Does Grammar Matter?". I am the Editor-in-Chief of Te Reo - the Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand and an external member of the Human Language Technologies Research Center, University of Bucharest, Romania. You can view my Google Scholar profile here. I blog for Sciblogs as Lippy Linguist. I also offer language consultancy services. If you want to get in touch please email me.

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LINGUISTICS IN THE POPULAR MEDIA:
I enjoy writing about language and linguistics in the popular media; see my latest piece below and Popular press for more.

The Conversation story "Kia Ora: How Māori Borrowings Shape New Zealand English, September 2017.

RECENT NEWS:
NZ Royal Society funds my project The dating game of loanwords: linguistic and sociolinguistic characteristics influencing loanword usage with a 3-year Marsden Fast Start, (2017-2020).

NZ Royal Society funds my work on language evolution with a 2-year Catalyst Seeding Fund (2017-2019).


Picture taken by i-maani photography