Executive Council Faculty

Linguistics

  • Mark Baker

    Comparative syntax, linguistic universals, semantic roles, Amerindian and African languages.

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  • Simon Charlow

    Formal semanticist working on scope and binding, questions and indefiniteness, focus, dynamic semantics, continuations and monads, ellipsis, and their interactions, especially interested in using insights from other disciplines (in particular, theoretical computer science) to address fundamental questions in linguistic theory.

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  • Mariapaola D'Imperio

    My main research interests span from intonational phonology to prosody production and perception, within a Laboratory Phonology approach. More recently, my work has expanded to online measures (ERP, Eyetracking) of intonation and word processing/acquisition in both in L1 and L2, aimed at unravelling the impact of individual cognitive differences in linguistic production and perception.

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  • Kristen Syrett

    Language acquisition and development, semantics, syntax-semantics interface, pragmatics, prosody, representation and processing

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  • Bruce Tesar

    Computational models of language learning, phonology, Optimality Theory, the role of linguistics within cognitive science.

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