Curriculum Vitae [pdf]
Editor of the Cambridge Handbook of Phonology
My specialties are the phonological module and its interfaces. My current concerns are methodology in phonological research, the phonetics and phonology of glossolalia, and universals. See my publications, presentations, or read more about my research.
de Lacy, Paul (2011) Phonology. In Mark Aronoff (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies Online: Linguistics. New York: Oxford University Press. http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com
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I have supervised 14 graduate students as committee chairperson (3 PhD dissertations, 5 MPhil Theses, 5 Graduate Qualifying Papers) and served on the committees of 11 others. I have supervised 2 Undergraduate Honors Theses, 2 Undergraduate Independent Study Projects, and supervised 53 undergrad research students.
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I have taught phonetics, phonology, and morphology at all levels. I have also taught introductory linguistics courses (100- and 200-level).
I am currently (Fall 2013) on sabbatical.