Jennifer Hay

LSA 234: Usage effects in phonology and morphology

Jen Hay received her Ph.D. in 2000 from Northwestern University. She is now an Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Canterbury, where she works on laboratory phonology, morphology, sociophonetics, and heads the ONZE (Origins of New Zealand English) lab. She has (co-)authored three books: Causes and Consequences of Word Structure (2003), New Zealand English: Its Origins and Evolution (2004), and New Zealand English (2008). She also co-edited Probabilistic Linguistics (2003). She is currently editor of Morphology and associate editor of Journal of Phonetics.

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