Fields of interest

Ana ARREGUI - Ph.D., Linguistics, University of Massachusetts

  • Semantics
  • Psycholinguistics

Marc BRUNELLE - Ph.D. Linguistics, Cornell University

  • Phonology
  • Phonetics
  • Language Contact
  • Southeast Asian linguistics

Marie-Hélène CÔTÉ - Ph.D., Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Phonology and its interfaces with phonetics
  • Morphology and lexis
  • Linguistic variation
  • Varieties of French

John T. JENSEN - PhD Linguistics, McGill University

  • Phonology
  • Morphology
  • Historical Linguistics

André LAPIERRE - PhD Linguistics, Université de Strasbourg

  • Onomastics
  • Lexicography
  • Sociolinguistics

Stephen LEVEY - PhD. Linguistics, University of London

  • Urban dialectology and linguistic change
  • The language of adolescents and preadolescents from a variationist perspective
  • Pidgin and creole languages

Ian MACKAY - Ph.D., Experimental Phonetics, University of Cincinnati

  • General phonetics
  • Acoustic phonetics
  • Phonological acquisition of additional languages
  • Speech science

France MARTINEAU - Ph.D. (linguistique), Université d'Ottawa

  • French syntax
  • History of the French language
  • French and Quebec philology
  • Sociolinguistics

Éric MATHIEU - PhD, Linguistics, University College London

  • Syntax
  • French linguistics
  • Algonquian linguistics

Juana MUÑOZ-LICERAS - Ph.D., Linguistics,University of Toronto

  • Language acquisition
  • Spanish and general linguistics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Contrastive and descriptive grammar

Shana POPLACK - PhD, Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania

  • Linguistic variation and change
  • Constraints on language mixing
  • Language contact and linguistic convergence
  • The genesis of African American Vernacular English
  • Language ideology, normative prescription and praxis

Maria-Luisa RIVERO - PhD Linguistics, University of Rochester

  • Syntax (in the generative framework)
  • Comparative and historical linguistics
  • Romance and Slavic languages, languages of the Balkan region

Laura SABOURIN - PhD. Linguistics, University of Groningen

  • Psycholinguistics
  • First and second language processing
  • Neural organization of language

Andrés Pablo SALANOVA - PhD, Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Descriptive linguistics (of Amerindian languages)
  • Semantics
  • Morphosyntax

Tania ZAMUNER - Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Arizona

  • First Language Acquisition
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Developmental Speech Perception and Production
  • Lexical Development
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