I teach the undergraduate level 3 course EGH310 Psychology of Language and the level 2 course ELL232 Phonology. At Master’s level, I teach courses in Phonological Acquisition and First Language Acquisition for the MAs in English Language and Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, and Cognitive Studies. I have previously taught courses on Advanced Phonological Theory, Phonetics (articulatory and acoustic), Syntax and Morphology, and Latin Historical Linguistics.
I would welcome expressions of interest in MA and PhD topics in phonology, particularly in historical or theoretical phonology, or in comparative philology. If you are thinking of doing an MA or PhD in any of these areas, feel free to email me to discuss possible supervision, projects or funding.