SuyeonYun

 

I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Centre for French and Linguistics at University of Toronto Scarborough. My research interests mainly lie in phonetics and phonology, and their interfaces with morphology, syntax, and semantics. I am a fieldworker, but I also do experiments concerning speech production and perception.


Here is my CV [pdf].


Snail mail:

Centre for French and Linguistics

University of Toronto Scarborough

1265 Military Trail

Toronto, ON M1C 1A4

Papers


Under revision

  1. -Urarina verbal morphology (with Michelle Fullwood).


Manuscripts

  1. -Auditory properties explain cluster-dependent asymmetries in epenthesis. [pdf]

  2. -Post-verbal arguments in Korean: Syntax, prosody, and information structure. [pdf]

  3. -Phonetic grammar of compensatory lengthening.


To appear

  1. -English -uh-insertion and consonant cluster splittability. Proceedings of Phonology 2014.

  2. -Prosody of right dislocation in head-final languages. Proceedings of CLS 49.

  3. -Perceptual similarity and epenthesis positioning in loan adaptation. Proceedings of CLS 48. [pdf]

  4. -Two types of right dislocation in Korean. Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics 15. [pdf]


2014

  1. -The role of acoustic cues in nonnative cluster repairs. Proceedings of WCCFL 31. [pdf]

  2. -The typology of compensatory lengthening: A phonetically-based OT approach. Proceedings of CLS 46. [pdf]


2013

  1. -Opacity and serial phonology-morphology interaction in Kyungsang Korean. Proceedings of NELS 42. [pdf]


2007

- Phonological patterns of the glides in Arabic. Korean Journal of Linguistics 32. [pdf]

Selected Presentations


2015

  1. -Auditory properties explain cluster-dependent epenthesis asymmetries. LSA 89. [slides]


2014

  1. -English -uh-insertion and consonant cluster splittability. Phonology 2014. [slides]

  2. - The role of acoustic disjuncture in loan epenthesis: Experimental evidence. The 22nd Manchester Phonology Meeting. [slides]

  3. - Manner assimilation in Uyghur. The 10th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics. [handout]

  4. -Two types of focus movement. LSA 88. [handout]


2013

  1. -To metathesize or not to metathesize: Phonological and morphological constraints on Tunisian Arabic nouns. The 27th Annual Arabic Linguistics Symposium. [slides]

  2. -The role of acoustic cues in nonnative cluster repairs. WCCFL 31. [slides]

  3. -Phonetic grammar of compensatory lengthening. LSA 87. [poster]


2012

  1. -Perceptual similarity and epenthesis positioning in loan adaptation. CLS 48.


2011

  1. -Opacity and serial phonology-morphology interaction in Kyungsang Korean. NELS 42. [handout]


2010

- A typology of compensatory lengthening: A phonetically-based Optimality Theoretic approach. GLOW 33.


Office: HW312

Office phone: (+1) 416-208-2243


E-mail: suyeon.yun [at] utoronto [dot] ca