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Biography

I received my PhD in linguistics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006.

Research interests

  • language variation and change, particularly at the level of phonetics and phonology
  • sociolinguistics
  • accents of English
  • sociophonetics

External research grants:
2011-2014. ‘Variation and change in the vowel system of Manchester’; Economic & Social Research Council:  £99,939; PI
2009-2011. ‘Phonological variation and change in African American Vernacular English’; British Academy: £5766; PI
2009. ‘The role of gender and social class in the loss of phonemic distinctions’; Arts & Humanities Research Council Research Leave grant: £25,060; PI

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