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  • GRS Certificate student (since 2020)
  • aglio
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  • PhD student (since 2019)
  • aschwab
  • andreschwab.com
  • phonetics, phonology, syntax, sociolinguistics, Khoisan languages, Nguni languages, historical linguistics
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  • PhD student (since 2018)
  • mbrown14
  • meganmbrown.com
  • multilingualism, L2/L3/Ln acquisition, cross-linguistic influence, grammatical gender, speech rhythm
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  • PhD student (since 2020)
  • ocisse
  • sociolinguistics, language variation, bilingualism, phonetics, phonology, syntax, morpho-syntax, morphology, Mandinka, Wolof
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  • PhD student (since 2021)
  • daileyba
  • language documentation and conservation, historical and comparative linguistics, phonology, prosody
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  • MA student (since 2020)
  • mfmfmf
  • second language acquisition, speech production, perception of nonnative vs. native speakers, relationship of speech perception to prosodic features such as vowel length and stress
  • MET Certificate student (since 2021)
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  • MA student (since 2021)
  • shakedg
  • historical linguistics, Semitic languages, Indo-European languages, phonetics and phonology
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  • PhD student (since 2020)
  • dalilag
  • phonetics (experimental phonetics), phonology (laboratory phonology), language documentation (Berber languages), documentation of the phonetics and phonology of Kabyle-Tamazight (known as Berber), phonological development, phonetics and phonology of bi-/multilinguals, neuro-phonology
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  • MA student (since 2021)
  • bgarnica
  • language documentation, field linguistics, revitalization, sociolinguistics
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  • MA student (since 2021)
  • ahamssa
  • sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics
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  • MA student (since 2020)
  • cimmroth
  • syntax, dialect variation (especially at the syntactic level)
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  • GRS Certificate student (since 2020)
  • kekeenan
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  • PhD student (since 2020)
  • jkellogg
  • phonetics, acquisition, rhythm, typology
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  • MA student (since 2020)
  • jpkiv
  • endangered languages, syntax/semantics interface
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  • PhD student (since 2018)
  • aekohut
  • morphosyntax, bilingualism, Slavic languages
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  • PhD student (since 2018)
  • fkpog001
  • felixkpogo.com
  • broad – first and second language acquisition, bilingualism, with a focus on African (i.e., Ghanaian) languages, such as Akan, Ga, and Ewe; narrow – phonological and lexical development in bilingual and multilingual children and adults learning a second language, acquisition of variable input
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  • PhD student (since 2019)
  • chriskcl
  • chris-ka-chun-lee.com
  • cross-linguistic interactions, contact-induced sound change, phonetics, phonology, speech processing, varieties of Chinese
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  • MA student (since 2019)
  • claracm
  • syntax, syntax-semantics interface, semantics, French linguistics
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  • MA student (since 2021)
  • cboland
  • morphology, sociolinguistics
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  • PhD student (since 2020)
  • ookrah
  • syntax, fieldwork, language documentation, Kwa languages
  • MET Certificate student (since 2021)
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  • PhD student (since 2020)
  • jupitara
  • phonology, phonetics, morpho-syntax interface, language description and documentation
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  • MA student (since 2021)
  • alaina
  • French linguistics, bilingualism, language acquisition, phonetics, prosody, syntax
  • MET Certificate student (since 2021)
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  • PhD student (since 2021)
  • liza
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  • PhD student (since 2018)
  • vidall
  • sociolinguistics, language variation and change, language contact, bilingualism, language acquisition, dialectology, Spanish linguistics
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  • MA student (since 2021)
  • yiin
  • sociophonetics, pragmatics
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  • PhD student (since 2019)
  • nrnwu
  • nrnwu.weebly.com
  • comparative syntax, fieldwork, semantics, syntax-semantics interface, language evolution
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  • PhD student (since 2021)
  • zhyy