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Faculty

 NameContact Information
boxerBoxer, Diana

Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Discourse analysis and pragmatics, gender and language, critical discourse analysis, and sociolinguistics
Office: 4131D Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7449
dboxer@ufl.edu
dadanDadan, Marcin

Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Theoretical comparative and diachronic syntax and semantics, language change and variation, acquisition, fieldwork
Office: 4106 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-3925
marcin.dadan@ufl.edu
garnerGarner, James

Ph.D., Georgia State University
Phraseology, learner corpus research, data-driven learning, and second language acquisition
Office: 4016 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7460
james.garner@ufl.edu
paulaGolombek, Paula

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Teacher professional development in L2 teacher education, the knowledge-base of L2 teacher education, and second language pedagogy
Office: 4131F Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7459
pgolombek@ufl.edu
hatavHatav, Galia

Ph.D., Tel Aviv University
Conditional semantics and Biblical Hebrew
Office: 4129 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7452
ghatav@ufl.edu
hendersonHenderson, Brent

Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Syntactic theory, case and agreement, and language documentation with a focus on Bantu languages
Office: 4125 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7454
bhendrsn@ufl.edu
kaanKaan, Edith

Ph.D., University of Groningen, Netherlands
Language processing and the brain, looking at native speakers as well as second-language learners
Office: 4127 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7453
kaan@ufl.edu
fiona McLaughlin, Fiona

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
African languages, phonology, morphology, and sociolinguistics
Office: 305 Pugh
Phone: (352) 392-4829
fmcl@ufl.edu
potsdamPotsdam, Eric

Ph.D., University of California at Santa Cruz
Syntactic theory and Austronesian languages, particularly Malagasy and Polynesian languages
Office: 4121 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7456
potsdam@ufl.edu
rossiRossi, Eleonora

Ph.D., University of Groningen, Netherlands
Psycholinguistics, bilingualism, the cognitive and neural effects of second language acquisition, and how those processes might change across the life span
Office: 4107 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7458
eleonora.rossi@ufl.edu
tangTang, Kevin

Ph.D., University College London
Speech perception, productivity, and lexicon modelling
Office: 4017 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7457
tang.kevin@ufl.edu
waylandWayland, Ratree

Ph.D., Cornell University
Acoustic phonetics, second language acquisition, comparative historical linguistics, south east Asian languages (Laotian, Thai, Khmer), and acquisition of tones by non-native speakers of tonal languages
Office: 4131E Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7450
ratree@ufl.edu
wiltshireWiltshire, Caroline

Ph.D., University of Chicago
Phonological theory, second language acquisition, and Dravidian, Tibeto-Burman, and Indian English phonology and phonetics
Office: 4123 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7448
wiltshir@ufl.edu
wulffWulff, Stefanie

Ph.D., University of Bremen
Variation in native and learner language, student writing, and second language acquisition
Office: 4015 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7455
swulff@ufl.edu

Affiliated Faculty

 NameContact Information
aaronAaron, Jessi

Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Sociolinguistics, language variation and change, grammaticalization, and language contact
Office: 152 Dauer
Phone: (352) 392-2017
jeaaron@ufl.edu
antesAntes, Theresa

Ph.D., Cornell
Second language acquisition, pedagogy, and French linguistics
Office: 212 Dauer
Phone: (352) 273-3767
antes@ufl.edu
Blondeau, Helene

Ph.D., Montreal
Language variation and change as well as language contact and bilingualism
Office: 259 Dauer
Phone: (352) 273-3766
blondeau@ufl.edu
broadwellBroadwell, George Aaron

Ph.D., UCLA
Native American languages (Choctaw, Creek, Timucua, Zapotec, Triqui), language documentation, syntax, historical linguistics.
Office: B364 Turlington
Phone: (352) 294-7598
broadwell@ufl.edu
butlerButler, Emily Rine

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Conversation analysis, intercultural pragmatics, the discursive construction of identity, classroom discourse, and the intersection of language, ideology, and power
Office: 412 Rolfs
Phone: (352) 273-2743
erbutler@ufl.edu
essegbeyEssegbey, James

Ph.D., Leiden University
Descriptive, documentary and theoretical linguistics, especially in the domain of syntax, semantics and pragmatics; contact linguistics; language and culture
Office: 342 Pugh
Phone: (352) 846-2431
essegbey@ufl.edu
julesGliesche, Jules

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison
Germanic philology & dialectology, cross-cultural communication, and developing websites & web-based teaching materials
Office: 315 Yon
Phone: (352) 392-3286
drjdg@aa.ufl.edu
haddadHaddad, Youssef

Ph.D., University of Florida
Syntactic theory, pragmatics, and the syntax-pragmatics interface
Office: 357 Pugh
Phone: (352) 273-2958
yah@ufl.edu
Hebblethwaite Hebblethwaite, Benjamin

Ph.D., Indiana University
Syntax, code-switching, bilingualism, Creole studies, morphology, sociolinguistics and historical linguistics
Office: 363 Dauer
Phone: (352) 273-3762
hebble@ufl.edu
lordLord, Gillian

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Spanish linguistics, second language acquisition, acquisition of phonetics and phonology, and pedagogy
Office: 170 Dauer
Phone: (352) 273-3749
glord@ufl.edu
marullMarull, Crystal

Ph.D., Rutgers University
Intersection of cognition and second language acquisition and online teaching pedagogies
Office: 251 Dauer
Phone: (352) 273-3789
cmarull@ufl.edu
phamPham, Andrea Hoa

Ph.D., University of Toronto
Vietnamese phonology, gender and language, and sound change
Office: 343 Pugh
Phone: (352) 392-7084
apham@ufl.edu
phariesPharies, David

Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
Spanish and Romance linguistics and historical linguistics
Office: 2014 Turlington
Phone: (352) 392-2264
pharies@ufl.edu
jorgeVald├ęs Kroff, Jorge

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Bilingual sentence processing, especially in the auditory domain
Office: 246 Dauer
Phone: (352) 273-3744
jvaldeskroff@ufl.edu
Wehmeyer, Ann

Ph.D., University of Michigan
apanese language and culture, the history of linguistics, language in Japanese society, and the origins of linguistics in Japan
Office: 320 Pugh
Phone: (352) 273-2961
awehmeye@ufl.edu

Faculty Emeritus

NameContact Information
Casagrande , Jean

Ph.D., Indiana University
History of linguistics, the grammar and structure of French, and French written and transcribed codes and their interface
jeancas@cox.net
Chu, Chauncey C.

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
Functionalism and discourse
ca9169@ufl.edu
Hardman, M.J.

Ph.D. Stanford University
language and cultures, field methods, Jaqi Languages, languages and gender, and language and violence
hardman@ufl.edu
Der-Houssikian, Haig

Ph.D., University of Texas in Austin
Morphology, Swahili and Bantu linguistics, and the sociology of language in Africa
haig@ufl.edu
Miller, D. Gary

Ph.D., Harvard University
Morphological theory; the syntactic history of Latin, Romance, and English; nonfinite structures; and etymology
dgm@ufl.edu
Thompson, Roger

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
Language contact, second language acquisition, computer assisted instruction, TESL, and interaction and English structure
rthompso@ufl.edu
Wyatt-Brown, Anne M.

Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University
awyattbr@gmail.com

Staff

 NameContact Information
kelliGranade, KelliOffice: 4131 Turlington Hall
Phone: (352) 294-7446
kgranade@ufl.edu