Teaching

Teaching
Amsterdam
First Year Group Project

Course coordinator. First year BA Linguistics students, in groups of four, conceive, design, perform and report (orally and written) an original research project, under the tutelage of a faculty member. I supervised some of the groups and coordinated the course instructors.

Neurolinguistics

Dual track course, consisting of a Brain and Language part (taught by dr. Ileana Grama) and an Artificial Neural Network modelling part (taught by me).

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Course in articulating and transcription of IPA, sound change, and speech physiology.

Phonology

Seminar instructor.

Phonetics

Introduction to phonetics. Focusing mostly on acoustics, including some physiology and physics of speech, some perceptual phonetics (including physiology), some articulatory phonetics.

Phonetics and Phonology II

Graduate course in on corpus phonology. Students learn to formulate a phonological research question, match that to the appropriate phonetic methodology, find a suitable corpus, and perform the study. Includes a crash course on Praat scripting.

Speech Processing

Course about automated speech analysis and (re)synthesis using Praat scripts, in which students must perform a study inspired by the Ganong effect.

First Language Acquisition

Together with dr. Beyza Sümer.

First Year Group Project

Course coordinator. First year BA Linguistics students, in groups of four, conceive, design, perform and report (orally and written) an original research project, under the tutelage of a faculty member. I supervised some of the groups and coordinated the course instructors.

Neurolinguistics

Dual track course, consisting of a Brain and Language part (taught by dr. Ileana Grama) and an Artificial Neural Network modelling part (taught by me).

Phonetics and Phonology II

Gradutate course in phonology, covering Element Theory (ET) leading up to an experiment performed by the students.

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Course in articulating and transcription of IPA, sound change, and speech physiology.

Phonetics

Introduction to phonetics. Focusing mostly on acoustics, including some physiology and physics of speech, some perceptual phonetics (including physiology), some articulatory phonetics.

Phonology

Seminar instructor

Phonetics

Introduction to phonetics. Focusing mostly on acoustics, including some physiology and physics of speech, some perceptual phonetics (including physiology), some articulatory phonetics.

Leiden Campus
Intermediate Dutch II

Intermediate Dutch for international undergraduate students

Intermediate Dutch I

Intermediate Dutch for international undergraduate students

Elementary Dutch II

Elementary Dutch for international undergraduate students

Elementary Dutch I

Elementary Dutch for international undergraduate students

Leiden
Phonology I

Seminar instructor

Phonology: From Data to Analysis

In this course we looked at Element Theory and related frameworks, using Backley 2011.

Phonology: From Data to Analysis

Graduate course, seminar, principal instructor. Topic: the phonological status of sonorants

Fonologie II

Undergraduate Course, principal instructor. Book used: Peng, Long (2013) Analyzing Sound Patterns. An introduction to Phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Kindersprache, Aphasie und Algemeine Lautgesetze revisited

Graduate course, Topics in Linguistics, III, principal instructor

Introduction to Phonology, I

Undergraduate seminar, guest instructor

Sound and Sound Structure: The Phonetics and Phonology of R

Undergraduate seminar, principal instructor

Methods in Child Language Research

Graduate course, principal instructor

Introduction to Phonology, II

Undergraduate course, principal instructor.

Cognitive Neuroscience of Language

Undergraduate course, guest instructor

Postverbal Subjects in Child French

Undergraduate course, guest instructor

Introduction to Psycholinguistics

Undergraduate course, guest instructor

Methods in Child Language Research

Graduate course, principal instructor

Cognitive Neuroscience of Language

Undergraduate course, guest instructor

London
Phonological Theory B (PLING3104)

Mixed graduate and undergraduate course, guest instructor

Thesis supervision
Amsterdam
When Vowels are Empty and Consonants Collide: Exploring the Consonant Clusters of Mukallawi Arabic in Strict CV

Undergraduate thesis by Husam Al Gariri

Ancient Articulations: Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European from a Gestural Perspective

Undergraduate thesis by Victoria Ivanova

Leiden
Classification of Sibiliants in Awa Pit: Phonetic and Phonological Evidence

Undergraduate thesis by Leanne Kuiper. Co-supervised with Martine Bruil

Rhotic-Vowel Interactions in Element Theory.

Undergraduate thesis by Luuk Suurmeijer

On the Psychological Reality of Constraint Ranking.

Undergraduate thesis by Christiaan Slaats. Co-supervised with prof.dr. C. Levelt.

The Development of the Speech Production Mechanism in Young Children: Evidence from the Acquisition of Onset Clusters in Dutch.

PhD thesis by Margarita Gulian. Member of reading and defence committees.

Onderzoek Naar Klankcategorisatie bij Baby’s: Methoden en Resultaten

Undergraduate thesis, Sofie Gerbrands

On the Subsegmental Structure of Liquids and Glides

MPhil Linguistics thesis by Kenneth de Kok. Second reader

Phonological Development in Perception and Production: Theory, Practice and an Application to the Acquisition of [dorsal] in Dutch

Undergraduate thesis, Mirjam de Jonge