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Claiborne Rice, Ph.D.
 
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Associate Professor of English
 
Ph.D., University of Georgia, 2002
 
P.O. Box 44691
Lafayette LA 70504
Griffin 357
Phone: 337-482-1327
Email: crice@louisiana.edu
 
Teaching and Research Areas
 
Cognitive poetics, English linguistics, American poetry, Digital Humanities
 
Noteworthy
 
Dr. Rice’s research focuses on how contemporary theories of linguistics, especially cognitive linguistics, can be used to understand poetic language and practice. He is also studying the distribution iof Cajun English dialect in Acadiana, and has recently co-authored an article about "folk illusions," a new category of folklore, in the Journal of American Folklore
 

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