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Primary Faculty

Maya Abtahian

Abtahian, Maya Ravindranath

Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics
Undergraduate Advisor | (585) 275-4258
514 Lattimore Hall

Interests: Sociolinguistics and language variation

Solveiga Armoskaite

Armoskaite, Solveiga

Assistant Professor | (585) 273-5218
510 Lattimore Hall

Interests: Syntax; Morphosyntax; Gender; Grammatical categories; Language documentation

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Asudeh, Ash

Director of the Center for the Language Sciences
506 Lattimore

Greg Carlson

Carlson, Greg

Professor Emeritus of Linguistics | (585) 275-5907

Interests: Semantic Theory; Psycholinguistics; Discourse

Sasha Eloi

Eloi, Sasha

Instructor, Linguistics | (585) 275-3157
2161 Dewey Hall

Scott Grimm

Grimm, Scott

Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics
Director of Graduate Studies
Director of Quantitative Semantics Lab | (585) 275-5136
512 Lattimore Hall

Nadine Grimm

Grimm, Nadine

Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics
Director Language Documentation and Description Program | (585) 273-2366
509 Lattimore Hall

Interests: Descriptive Linguistics; Language documentation and description; Fieldwork; African languages; Typology; Language contact; Language contact and change

Joyce McDonough

McDonough, Joyce

Professor and Chair, Department of Linguistics | (585) 275-2895
505 Lattimore Hall

Interests: Phonetics, phonology and morphology and their interfaces; Laboratory phonology; Dene (Athabaskan) linguistics; Neural coding of vowels (w Laurel Carney)

Jeff Runner

Runner, Jeffrey T.

Dean of the College in Arts, Sciences and Engineering
Professor of Linguistics and Brain & Cognitive Sciences | (585) 273-5000
317L Lattimore Hall

Interests: Experimental Syntax; Syntactic/Linguistic Theory; Binding Theory; Syntax Processing; Phrase Structure; Syntax/Semantics Interface

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White, Aaron

Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics | (585) 275-8053
511A Lattimore Hall

Interests: computational psycholinguistics, syntactic and semantic theory, first language acquisition.