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. Now an ESRC postdoctoral fellow
affiliated to the Centre for
Doctoral Traning on Data Analytics and Society at the
University of Manchester. Publications: here.
Gopal, Similarity and representations in sonorant
phonology, submitted. 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. Now a lecturer at the University of York. 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