Adjunct Faculty

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bardovi@indiana.edu Professor and Chair of Second Language Studies and Adjunct Professor in Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1983. Second language acquisition, discourse pragmatics, classroom oriented research.

Assistant Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Ph. D. Northwestern University, 2005. Perception and production of foreign-accented speech, speech intelligibility, perceptual learning, hearing loss and cochlear implants. tbent@indiana.edu


dcavar@indiana.edu

Computational Linguistics Program
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Potsdam, 1999. Empirical and computational methods in linguistic research, computational aspects of language acquisition, natural language processing, text-mining, dialogue systems.

Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1976. Language acquisition, language disorders, syntactic theory. pconnell@indiana.edu

idarcy@indiana.edu Assistant Professor of Second Language Studies, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Linguistics, and Cognitive Science Program faculty member. Ph.D., Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales and Johannes Gutenberg Universität, 2003. Psycholinguistics, phonology, native and non-native speech processing, word recognition, first and second language acquisition of phonology, foreign accent.

Professor of Second Language Studies and French and Italian, Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., Cornell University, 1995. Syntax-semantics interface, second-language acquisition research, syntactic and semantic theory. ldekydts@indiana.edu

In the Department of Second Language Studies

cfelixbr@indiana.edu Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, Adjunct Associate Professor of Second Language Studies, Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 2002. Cross-cultural and interlanguage pragmatics, politeness theory, discourse analysis, and linguistics variation.

Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1987. Syntax, Slavic linguistics. gfowler@indiana.edu

gierut@indiana.edu Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Cognitive Science and Adjunct Professor in Linguistics. Ph.D., Indiana University, 1985. Phonological acquisition and disorders, evaluation of linguistic and acquisition theories, development and treatment of phonological categories.

Professor of Germanic Studies and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Washington, 1990. Phonology, morphology, historical linguistics, Germanic linguistics. tahall2@indiana.edu

herring@indiana.edu Professor of Library and Information Science and Adjunct Professor in Linguistics. Ph.D., University of California Berkeley, 1991. Discourse analysis, computer-mediated communication, language and gender, functional grammar, historical linguistics, Dravidian languages.

Associate Professor of Anthropology and Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1974, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989, Topical Interests: linguistic theory and its application to the analysis of Native American languages, comparative Algonquian linguistics, Maliseet- Passamaquoddy and Wampanoag (Massachusett) plesourd@indiana.edu

chiclin@indiana.edu Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Cognitive Science. Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2006. Psycholinguistics, Chinese linguistics, sentence processing, lexical access.

Professor of Mathematics and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1984. Applied logic, mathematics of language. lmoss@indiana.edu

paolillo@indiana.edu Associate Professor of Library and Information Science and Informatics, Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., Stanford University, 1992. Computational linguistics, sociolinguistics and language acquisition, second language acquisition, South Asian languages.

Chancellors' Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1971. Psycholinguistics, speech perception, word recognition, lexical access, hearing impairment. pisoni@indiana.edu

krottet@indiana.edu Associate Professor of French and Italian and Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., Indiana University, 1995. Language contact (Louisiana French, Welsh, Breton), lexicography, pidgins and creoles, endangered languages.

Professor of Germanic Studies and Second Language Studies and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., Princeton University, 1989. Second language acquisition, Languages of Western Europe, syntactic theory.
Rex A. Sprouse
rsprouse@indiana.edu
In the Department of Germanic Studies
In the Department of Second Language Studies

ds6@indiana.edu Associate Professor of Second Language Studies and Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Durham, 2005. First and second language acquisition, L2 syntax and lexical semantics, L2 attrition, World Englishes.

Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Arizona, 1987. Lexical semantics, Japanese linguistics, L1 & L2 language acquisition. tsujimur@indiana.edu





Emeriti Adjunct Faculty

gasser@indiana.edu Emeritus Associate Professor of Cognitive Science, and Computer Science. Member of African Studies Program faculty. Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1987. Language acquisition, natural language processing, connectionist models, cognitive grammar, Ethiopian languages.

Emerita Professor of Second Language Studies and Adjunct Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Texas, 1975. Second language acquisition, sociolinguistics, discourse pragmatics, World Englishes. hartford@indiana.edu

Roxana Ma Newman
rmnewman@indiana.edu
Assistant Dean, Office of International Programs and Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics. Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1971. Hausa linguistics, lexicography.