Our graduate students

PhD students

Name Research area Supervisor
Alhemaid, Amjad Second language speaking strategies Li-Shih Huang
Syntax Martha McGinnis
Critical Discourse Analysis and Raciolinguistics Alexandra D'Arcy
Inuit languages and language revitalization Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins
L3 Phonology John Archibald
Bangla Phonology Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins
Learning and teaching approaches for language revitalization Su Urbanczyk
McCreery, Dale Language revitalization and healing Leslie Saxon; Li-Shih Huang
Phonetics Sonya Bird
Intonation, gesture, and language revitalization Sonya Bird
L3 Phonology John Archibald
Yuan, Qin (Sophia) Discourse connectives in argumentative writing Li-Shih Huang

MA Linguistics students

Name Research area Supervisor
Sociolinguistics and language change Alexandra D'Arcy
Language variation and change Alexandra D'Arcy
Language revitalization Megan Lukaniec
Speech technology and language revitalization Sonya Bird; Su Urbanczyk
TBA Su Urbanczyk
Tamil Heritage Language Learning Sonya Bird
Syntax Martha McGinnis

MA Applied Linguistics students

Name Research area Supervisor
TBA Hossein Nassaji
Comparative lexical analysis of learner writing across disciplines Li-Shih Huang
Bilingual semantic processing and metaphor comprehension Li-Shih Huang
Data-Driven Learning Li-Shih Huang
L2 pronunciation and assessment Li-Shih Huang
Second language acquisition and language revitalization Li-Shih Huang
Nezhad, Pegah Classroom discourse, task-based language teaching, feedback Hossein Nassaji

Masters in Indigenous Language Revitalization (MILR) students

Name Research area Supervisor
Dennis, Odelia Forming new words in Tahltan Leslie Saxon
Grant, Laura TBA Alexandra D'Arcy
Watts, Patricia Oowekyala coming of age ceremony Suzanne Urbanczyk
Weir, Candace Digitizing Xaayda Kil elders tapes Suzanne Urbanczyk
Wells, Victoria Using theatre for language revitalization Suzanne Urbanczyk