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Kenneth L. Rehg

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Kenneth L. Rehg is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and a leading authority on the languages of Micronesia, a region in which he has conducted extensive fieldwork over the course of the past four decades. He is the (co)author of three books and numerous papers on these languages, coordinator of his department's graduate program in language documentation and conservation, faculty advisor to UHM's student-directed Language Documentation Training Center, founding editor of Language Documentation & Conservation, and 2009 Chair of the Linguistic Society of America's Committee on Endangered Languages and their Preservation. His interests include lexicography, phonology, historical linguistics, and the application of linguistics to the formation of educational policies and practices in the developing nations of the Pacific.