Aditi Lahiri taught at UCLA and UC Santa Cruz, and then worked as a research scientist at the Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands after obtaining doctoral degrees from the University of Calcutta (Comparative Philology) and Brown University (Linguistics). She is currently Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Konstanz in Germany. Her research interests include phonology and morphology (synchronic and diachronic), phonetics, experimental psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics. Recent publications include Analogy, Leveling, Markedness: Principles of Change in Phonology and Morphology (editor, Mouton de Gruyter); (with Henning Reetz) “Underspecified Recognition,” in Laboratory Phonology (Mouton de Gruyter); and (with Carsten Eulitz) “Neurobiological Evidence for Abstract Phonological Representations in Speech Recognition,” in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
Introduction to Phonetics | LSA.308
with John Kingston
Six Week Course
The Nature of Lexical Representations | LSA.241
with Keith Johnson
Three Week Course | Second Session