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Faculty with continuing graduate cross-appointments


Parth Bhatt
bhattpm AT chass.utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of French
neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics, creoles

Anne-Marie Brousseau
annemarie.brousseau AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of French
Haitian Creole phonology and lexical semantics, Fongbe tonal phonology, lexical semantics, and morphology, St-Lucian morphology and lexicon, derivational morphology

Craig Chambers
craig.chambers AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, UTM
Psycholinguistics, pragmatics, language acquisition

Laura Colantoni
laura.colantoni AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Sound change, phonetics, phonology, Spanish, French

Rena Helms-Park
rhelms AT utsc.utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Humanities, UTSC
Second language acquisition, child language acquisition, cross-linguistic transfer in L2 acquisition and creolization, L2 lexical acquisition, L2 learnability issues, language awareness, input processing, language and power, academic writing and Web-based research

Elizabeth Johnson
elizabeth.johnson AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, UTM
Infant speech perception, language development, acquisition of language-specific prosody, phonetics, phonology

Emmanuel Nikiema
emmanuel.nikiema AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Language Studies, UTM
Phonology (French, Italian, French-based creoles, Kwa, Mande, Gur), language teaching, language planning

Alejandro Paz
alejandro.paz AT utoronto.ca
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, UTSC
Pragmatics, interaction and textuality, language and ethnicity, linguistic anthropology

Mihaela Pirvulescu
ma.pirvulescu AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Language Studies, UTM, and Department of French
First language acquisition, bilingualism, early second language acquisition (syntax and morphology), syntax-morphology interface (verbal agreement paradigms)

Yves Roberge
yves.roberge AT utoronto.ca
Professor, Department of French
Syntax, variation, inflectional morphology, French, Romance languages

Joseph Schallert
joseph.schallert AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Slavic accentology, Balkan Slavic dialectology

Jack Sidnell
jack.sidnell AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
Conversation analysis, pragmatics (deixis and presupposition), pidgins, creoles, language contact, anthropological linguistics, Guyanese and Vincentian Creoles, Vietnamese

Jeffrey Steele
jeffrey.steele AT utoronto.ca
Associate Professor, Department of French
Language acquisition, phonology, second language teaching