List of women linguists

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A linguist is a person who engages in the academic discipline of linguistics. Due to social and institutional forces, women in linguistics have been marginalized leading to significant interest in both the causes of and solutions to gender bias in linguistics.[1][2]


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  1. ^ Sheldon, Amy (1989). "Reflections on Women in Linguistics". In Davison, Alice; Eckert, Penelope (eds.). Women in the Linguistics Profession: The Cornell Lectures. pp. 33–42.
  2. ^ Newmeyer, Frederick (1989). "The Structure of the Field and its Consiquences for Women". In Davison, Alice; Eckert, Penelope (eds.). Women in the Linguistics Profession: The Cornell Lectures. pp. 43–53.

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