Alan D. Manning

Commonly Taught Courses

Usage (ELANG 322) Grammar (ELANG 325) Intro. to Linguistics (LING 330) Visual Design Editing (ELANG 410R) Fiction Editing (ELANG 410R)


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Alan D. Manning received his Ph.D. (linguistics with a minor in technical writing) from Louisiana State University (LSU) in 1988. He has taught linguistics, literature, and writing courses at LSU, Stephen F. Austin University in Texas, and Idaho State University before joining the Brigham Young University linguistics faculty in 1994. His published research primarily deals with information design, editing, and semiotic analysis.


BA, BYU, 1984

PhD, LSU, 1988


Information Design, Syntax, Semantics, Peircean Analysis