Applied Linguistics MA
Peter Khoury
Peter Khoury
  BSc, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Research interests: Language variation, evolution of language, comparative syntax,language and mind, L1 and L2 acquisition
 
Walter Lehner
Linguistics PhD
Andre Batchelder-Schwab
Andre Batchelder-Schwab
  BA, MA, New York University
Research interests: Fieldwork, Khoisan languages, sociolinguistics, phonetics, phonology, and American dialectology
Megan Brown
Megan Brown
  BS, University of Connecticut
MA, Boston University
Research interests: Multilingualism, language acquisition, psycholinguistics, and morphosyntax, with an emphasis on L3 acquisition of DP-related syntactic features such as gender, number, and case
Danielle Dionne
Danielle Dionne
  BA, MA, Florida Atlantic University
Research interests: Phonetics, phonology, the phonetics-phonology interface, bilingualism, and sociolinguistics
Ying Gong
Ying Gong
  BA, Tianjin University, China
MA, Syracuse University, NY
Research interests: Syntax, semantics, formal Semantics, syntax-semantics interface
 
Ali Hussain
 
Jackson Kellogg
Alexandra Kohut
Alexandra Kohut
  BA, Bryn Mawr College
MA, Indiana University, Bloomington
Research interests: Morphosyntax, second language acquisition, bilingualism, and Slavic languages
Felix Kpogo
Felix Kpogo
  BA, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
MA, Florida International University
Research interests: First and second language acquisition, and bilingualism, with focus on African/Ghanaian languages -- Akan, Ga, Ewe etc. Specific Interest: Phonological & lexical acquisition in children and adults learning a second language
Ka Chun Lee
Ka Chun Lee
  BA, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
MA, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Research interests: Cross-linguistic interactions, contact-induced sound change, phonetics, phonology, speech processing, varieties of Chinese
Kevin Samejon
Kevin Samejon
  BA, Mindanao State University
MA, Biola University
Research interests: Phonetics, phonology, speech production and perception, prosody, semantics, Philippine languages
Lee-Ann Vidal Covas
Lee-Ann Vidal Covas
[Spring 2020]
  BA, MA, Louisiana State University
Research interests: Language contact and its effects on language change, language variation, sociolinguistics, bilingualism, and language acquisition
 
Nairan Wu
  BA, New York University
MA, University of Edinburgh
Linguistics MA
Michael Alexander-Yang
Michael Alexander-Yang
  BA, Boston College
Research interests: Historical and comparative linguistics, syntax, Indo-European and Sinitic languages
 
Ashwaq Alqurashi
Jessie Calkins
Jessie Calkins
  BA, Boston University
Research interests: Language acquisition, pragmatics, historical linguistics and language change, phonology, Japanese linguistics
Giuliana Carder
Giuliana Carder
  BA in progress, Boston University
Research interests: Sociolinguistics, language change, bilingualism, dialectology, ASL
Mara Coolidge
Mara Coolidge
  BA in progress, Boston University
Research interests: Phonetics, phonology, prosody, sociolinguistics, ASL
 
Neshat Darvishi
 
Caroline Immroth
 
Roger Kechawah
Christof Ketchmark
Christof Ketchmark
  BA in progress, Boston University
Research interests: Bilingualism, Japanese linguistics, language acquisition, sociolinguistics, syntax, and translation
 
John Kinney
 
Eugenia Lukin
Clara McMahon
Clara McMahon
  BA, UCLA
Research interests: Morphology, syntax, syntax-semantics interface, natural language processing, and French linguistics
 
Daniel Neault
Kelsey Pember
Kelsey Pember
  BA, Tulane University
Elizabeth Platz
Elizabeth Platz
  BA, SUNY, Oswego
Research interests: Phonetics, phonology, pragmatics, language change, language acquisition, and language use on the Internet
 
Neil Ray
 
Orly Salame
Elize Steinhoff
Elize Steinhoff
  BA in progress, Boston University
Research interests: Syntax, morphology, historical linguistics, dialects, and linguistic variation
 
Kaitlin Stenberg
Natalie Swiacki
Natalie Swiacki
  BA in progress, Boston University
Research interests: Sociolinguistics, Spanish, morphosyntax, semantics, phonology, and language change
 
David Welsh