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Majed Al-Solami
majed.al.solamiATmail.utoronto.ca

Arabic post-velar articulations, Phonetics, Phonology.


Andre Arsenault
adj.arsenaultATmail.utoronto.ca

Kaz Bamba
kaz.bambaATmail.utoronto.ca

Theoretical linguistics, Reflexives, Null subjects, Directionality in harmony, Pitch accent patterns  


Emily Blamire
emily.blamireATmail.utoronto.ca

Julien Carrier
julien.carrierATmail.utoronto.ca

Syntactic theory, Language change and variation, Inuktitut


Joanna Chociej
joanna.chociejATmail.utoronto.ca

Phonology, Polish, variation


Emily Clare
e.clareATmail.utoronto.ca
Phonetics, phonology, human and machine speech recognition, psycholinguistics, Semitic languages 

Radu Craioveanu
radu.craioveanuATutoronto.ca

Phonetics, phonology, syntax, Ethio-Semitic, Finno-Ugric, Celtic


Julianne Doner
julie.donerATmail.utoronto.ca

The EPP, syntactic relationships, phases, syntactic movement, formal features, cross-linguistic variation, morphology, syntax-phonology interface


Clarissa Forbes
c.forbesATmail.utoronto.ca

Tsimshianic languages (Gitksan), morphosyntax, nominal structure, ergativity, endangered language documentation, fieldwork methodology, syntax-phonology interface


Shayna Gardiner
shayna.gardinerATmail.utoronto.ca

Ancient Egyptian, language variation and change, syntax, morphology, writing systems, historical linguistics


Matt Hunt Gardner
matt.gardnerATutoronto.ca

Sociolinguistics, language variation and change, comparative phonetics and phonology of Canadian English dialects (especially Cape Breton and Nova Scotia English), language and identity, urban dialectology


Frederick Gietz
frederick.gietzATmail.utoronto.ca

Semantics, at the interfaces: pragmatics, prosody, syntax.

Psycholinguistics for semantics/pragmatics.

Harmonic Serialism and phonological shift.



Ross Godfrey
ross.godfreyATmail.utoronto.ca

Morphology, inflectional paradigms, long-distance phonological processes, causatives, Ethio-Semitic languages.


Erin Hall
e.hallATmail.utoronto.ca

Sociophonetics, phonology, Canadian English, language variation and change, language acquisition, speech-language pathology


Christopher Harvey
c.harveyATmail.utoronto.ca



Phil Howson
phil.howsonATmail.utoronto.ca

Speech production, Japanese, Slavic languages, phonetics, speech perception, phonology, syntax


Angelika Kiss
angelika.kissATmail.utoronto.ca

Lex Konnelly
a.konnellyATmail.utoronto.ca

Sociolinguistics, language variation and change (grammatical and discourse-pragmatic), language and gender, language and sexuality, language and identity.


Ross Krekoski
r.krekoskiATmail.utoronto.ca

Hong-Yan Liu
hongyan.liuATmail.utoronto.ca

Theoretical syntax; argument structures; cross-linguistic voice categories; morphosyntax-semantics interphaces; Mandarin Chinese


Ruth Maddeaux
ruth.maddeauxATmail.utoronto.ca

Sociolinguistics, morpho-syntactic variation & change.


Jessica Mathie
jessica.mathieATmail.utoronto.ca

Morphosyntax, Australian Aboriginal languages, transitivity, ergativity, agreement/clitic features, endangered language documentation


Zoe McKenzie
z.mckenzieATmail.utoronto.ca

Syntax, morphology, imperatives, ergativity, Inuktitut.


Emilia Melara
emilia.melaraATmail.utoronto.ca

Syntactic theory, syntax-semantics interface, morphology, definiteness, tense, lexical aspect, grammatical aspect


Dan Milway
dan.milwayATutoronto.ca

Syntax, Germanic, Lexical Semantics, Adpositions


Annick Morin
annick.morinATmail.utoronto.ca

Alexandra Motut
alex.motutATmail.utoronto.ca

Patrick Murphy
p.murphyATmail.utoronto.ca

Psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic approaches to dialect variation. Canadian French & Canadian English.


Kiranpreet Nara
kiranpreet.naraATmail.utoronto.ca

Ilia (Katherine) Nicoll
katherine.nicollATmail.utoronto.ca

morphosyntax of agreement, noun incorporation, and analysis of Inuit morphosyntax 


Iryna Osadcha
iryna.osadchaATmail.utoronto.ca

Formal semantics, tense and aspect, modality, conditionals; comparative and corpus-based approaches to semantics and pragmatics; phonology of stress


Katharina Pabst
katharina.pabstATmail.utoronto.ca
Language variation and change (esp. lifespan change),  dialectology, sociolinguistic language documentation

Virgilio Partida Penalva
virgilio.partidapenalvaATmail.utoronto.ca

Syntax, morphology, clitics, Slavic languages, Oto-Pamean languages.


Maida Percival
maida.percivalATmail.utoronto.ca

Robert Prazeres
robert.prazeresATmail.utoronto.ca

Na-Young Ryu
nayoung.ryuATmail.utoronto.ca

Phonology, phonetics, loanwords, Korean vowel harmony, language variation and change


James Smith
jgsmithATsympatico.ca

Sociophonetics, language variation and change, non-native speech perception and production


Michelle St-Amour
michelle.stamourATmail.utoronto.ca

Heather Stephens
heathermarie.stephensATmail.utoronto.ca

semantics, pronouns, counterfactuals


Rebecca Tollan
becky.tollanATmail.utoronto.ca

Theoretical and experimental syntax (Ergativity and Case theory, Grammatical relations, Argument structure, WH-questions, Polynesian languages), Modality, Diachronic syntactic change. 


Fiona Wilson
fm.wilsonATmail.utoronto.ca

Language variation and change, historical linguistics, corpus linguistics


Heather Yawney
heather.yawneyATmail.utoronto.ca

Turkish, Irregular stress patterns, Phonology, Syntax-Phonology Interface


Tomohiro Yokoyama
tom.yokoyamaATmail.utoronto.ca

Syntax, Morphology, Semantics/Pragmatics, Japanese, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, Rhetorical Questions, Exclamatives




MA Students


Çağrı Bilgin
cagri.bilginATmail.utoronto.ca

Kelly-Ann Blake
kellyann.blakeATmail.utoronto.ca

Andrea Boom
Andrea.oudykATmail.utoronto.ca

Fulang Chen
cater.chenATmail.utoronto.ca

Kristen DonPaul
kristen.donpaulATmail.utoronto.ca

Israel Erlich
izzy.erlichATmail.utoronto.ca

Brea Lutton
brea.luttonATmail.utoronto.ca
Syntax; Negation; Negative Concord; Romance languages

Kinza Mahoon
kinza.mahoonATmail.utoronto.ca

Savannah Meslin
savannah.meslinATmail.utoronto.ca

Language variation and change; Historical linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Language contact; French


Andrei Munteanu
andrei.munteanuATmail.utoronto.ca

Historical Linguistics, Phonology, Optimality Theory, Morphology, Indo-European Languages, Japanese 


Sarah Newman
sarahjoy.newmanATmail.utoronto.ca
Syntax; Grammar; English poetry; Predication; Noun-Adj order

Jessica Yeung
jessicacy.yeungATmail.utoronto.ca

Luke Zhou
luke.zhouATmail.utoronto.ca

Phonetics, sociolinguistics, language & gender, conversation analysis, North American English, Canadian French, Taiwanese Mandarin