Congratulations to Assistant Professor Divine Angeli Endriga, who is officially part of the Department’s roster of tenured faculty effective 22 June 2023.
Endriga is currently finishing her PhD in Linguistics at the Department, where she also earned her BA and MA degrees in linguistics. She has been teaching with the Department since 2020. Her research interests include verbal morphosyntax of Philippine languages, language documentation, dialectology, lexicography, and translation.
Among her publications are “On Semantic Verb Classes and Regularity of Voice Paradigms in Tagalog,” which she co-authored with Sergey Klimenko (MA Ling, 2013) and published in the Oceanic Linguistics journal in 2016, and “Phonology of Ayta Mag-antsi,” which she co-authored with Maria Paz San Juan and published in The Archive journal in 2018. She is also the lead author of the Diliman Review article “Language of the Pandemic: The #LexiCOVID Project,” on which she collaborated with Vincent Christopher Santiago, Noah Cruz, Jurekah Chene Abrigo, and James Manrique. Endriga was also part of the Documentation of Butuanon project, which was supported by The Endangered Language Fund, and was one of the editors of Project Marayum, an online community-built multilingual dictionary for Philippine languages. She is also currently serving as The Archive journal’s managing editor and was an editor for the Banwaan: The Philippine Journal of Folklore in 2021 and the University of Asia and the Pacific interdisciplinary research journal, Synergeia, from 2010-2017.
Pagbati at padayon, Divine!
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