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Graduate Student Profile

Erin Hall
Program: Ph.D.
Email: e.hallATmail.utoronto.ca

Mailing Address: 
Dept. of Linguistics, University of Toronto
Sidney Smith Hall, 4th floor
100 St. George St.
Toronto, ON, M5S 3G3
Canada


EDUCATION

University of Toronto

PhD, Linguistics, Sept. 2014 – present

 

University of Toronto

Master of Arts, Linguistics, Sept. 2011 – Nov. 2012

·         Forum paper: The Canadian Shift in Young Toronto Speakers

·         Advisor: Jack Chambers

 

University of British Columbia

Master of Science, Speech-Language Pathology, Sept. 2004 – Nov. 2006

·         Thesis: Spelling Development in Bilingual and Monolingual Children in Grade One

·         Advisor: Stefka H. Marinova-Todd

 

University of British Columbia

Bachelor of Arts, Honours Speech Sciences, Sept. 1996 – May 2000

TEACHING

Teaching Assistantships:

JLS472 Child Language Disorders, Spring 2016. 

LIN203 English Words, Fall 2015. 

JLS475 Literacy and Reading Disorders, Spring 2015. 

LIN204 English Grammar, Spring 2015. 

LIN100 Introduction to General Linguistics, Fall 2014. 

JLP315 Language Acquisition, Spring 2012. 

LIN200 Introduction to Language, Fall 2011. 

RESEARCH

Research Assistantships:

Complexity and Recursion Project, University of Toronto, May 2015-present. Principal Investigator: Ana Pérez-Leroux.

Bilingualism Research Group, University of British Columbia, May 2005-June 2007. Principal Investigator: Stefka Marinova-Todd.

PUBLICATIONS

(with Jack Chambers). 2014. The Melky Way. Tribute to John Esling, Special issue of Working Papers of the Linguistic Circle 24. University of Victoria, BC. 1-7. 

(with S.H. Marinova-Todd). 2013. Predictors of English spelling in bilingual and monolingual children in Grade 1: the case of Cantonese and Tagalog. Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology 33(6), 734-754.

2000. Regional variation in Canadian English vowel backing. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 18: Special Issue in Sociolinguistic Dialectology, ed. Gordon Easson. 21-27. 

PRESENTATIONS

Canadian Raising in Toronto and Vancouver. Symposium of Graduate Research on Canadian English. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. November 18, 2015.

Canadian Raising in Young Toronto Speakers. CRC-Sponsored Summer Phonetics/Phonology Workshop. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. June 8, 2015.

(with Jack Chambers). The Melky Way. CRC-Sponsored Summer Phonetics/Phonology Workshop. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. June 8, 2015.

Japanese verb suffixation: Allomorphy, not onset deletion. Montréal-Ottawa-Laval-Toronto Workshop in Phonology (MOLT). University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. March 14, 2015.

Style and Substance in the Canadian Shift: New Evidence from Toronto. CRC-Sponsored Summer Phonetics/Phonology Workshop. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. June 19, 2014.

Style and Substance in the Canadian Shift: New Evidence from Toronto. Canadian English: Linguistic Variation in Space and Time. York University, Toronto, Ontario. November 23, 2012.

The Canadian Shift in Young Toronto Speakers. Language Variation and Change Research Group. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. February 10, 2012.

(with S.H. Marinova-Todd). Age and the degree of foreign accent in English: the case of children and adults. Pacific Second Language Research Forum. Brisbane, Australia. July 6, 2006.