Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology

Rhosean Asmah

PhD Student

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Gašper Beguš

Assistant Professor of Linguistics

PhD, Harvard

Phonology, phonetics, computational linguistics, historical linguistics, Indo-European

Anna Björklund

PhD Candidate

Anna is a PhD student with an interest in the Wintuan languages, traditionally spoken in the northern Sacramento Valley and now undergoing revitalization. Her primary research interests are in leveraging archival recordings for the phonetic analysis of these under-documented languages. She has worked as a linguistic consultant for the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians since 2020 and the Wintu Tribe of Northern California since 2022.

Maksymilian Dabkowski

PhD Candidate

My research brings grammatical patterns from lesser-studied languages to bear on key questions of linguistic theory. In a lot of my work, I investigate the role of word-internal syntactic structure in the phonology and morphology of agglutinating languages.

My main empirical focus is A'ingae (or Cofán, ISO 639-3: con), an Amazonian isolate spoken by ca. 1,500 Cofán people in northeast Ecuador and southern Colombia.

Amber Galvano

PhD student
Sociophonetics, phonetics-phonology interface, speech & sexuality, speech perception and production, variation & change, language & positionality, Spanish Linguistics

Emily Grabowski

PhD Candidate

Phonetics, phonology, tone, quantitative methods, language documentation

Sharon Inkelas

Professor of Linguistics; Associate Vice Provost for the Faculty and Special Faculty Advisor to the Chancellor on Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment

PhD, Stanford

Phonology, morphology, and their interface; child phonology

Darya (Даша) Kavitskaya

Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and of Linguistics

PhD, UC Berkeley

Slavic, Turkic, Uralic; phonology and phonetics, historical phonology

Raksit Tyler Lau-Preechathammarach


Sound change, experimental phonetics, tonogenesis, perception-production link, documentation & revitalization, Austroasiatic languages, Ryukyuan languages