am particularly interested in supervising research in the following
and morphological theory, specially the morphosyntax-phonology
and phonology-phonetics interfaces;
phonology and morphology;
and morphological issues in English (from prehistoric times to
the present) and Spanish.
past and present doctoral students include:
Ramsammy, The realisation of coda
nasals in Spanish, 2011. Cosupervised with Yuni
Kim. Winner of the Eugénie
Henderson Prize 2012. Now a
lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. Publications: here.
Strycharczuk, Phonetics-phonology interactions in
pre-sonorant voicing, 2012. Cosupervised with Yuni
Academy postdoctoral fellow at Queen Margaret University,
2013-2016. Winner of Journal of Phonetics Best Early Career Scholar's Article of The Year
2017. Now a lecturer at the University of Manchester. Publications:
Turton, Variation in Mancunian English: synchronic
reflections of the life cycle of phonological processes,
Baranowski and Yuni
Kim. Joint winner of the
Henderson Prize 2014. Now a lecturer
at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Publications: here.
Hejná, Pre-aspiration in Welsh English, 2015.
Cosupervised with Yuni
Kim and Wendell
Kimper. Joint winner of the
Henderson Prize 2014. Now an
assistant professor at the University of Aarhus. Publications: here.
Kauhanen, Individual and population in language change:
mathematical explorations of the acquisition-use loop, 2018. Cosupervised with George
Walkden and Tobias
Galla. Winner of the Anna
Siewierska Prize 2015. Publications: here.
Gopal, The morphology and phonology of Kazakh, in
progress. Cosupervised with Yuni
Kim. Now a research associate at the University of
Cambridge. Publications: here.
Bailey, /ŋg/ in Northern English, in progress.
Cosupervised with Maciej
Baranowski and formerly Laurel
MacKenzie. Publications: here.
Morrison, The phonology of Scottish Gaelic, in progress. Cosupervised
Nance and Wendell
Kimper. Publications: here.
Nichols, The phonology and typology of height harmony in
Bantu, in progress. Cosupervised with Wendell
Coretta, Vowel duration and consonant voicing: an
articulatory study, in progress. Cosupervised with Patrycja
their exploits on Manchet.
See the following posts:
have also served on the following dissertation committees:
BA and MA teaching