Phonetics & Phonology Research Group.
The Phonetics & Phonology Research Group's main focus is on speech
in its natural settings. We are one of the biggest groups working on phonetics
and phonology in Britain. Most of the data we use is taken from natural
settings, and our work covers both macro- and micro-level analysis of speech
data. Much of our work looks at the relations between phonetics and phonology.
Areas of expertise:
Languages we have worked on include English, French, Dutch, Finnish, Malayalam,
and Nenets. We have presented our work at (among others) ICPhS, LabPhon,
the Manchester Phonology Conferences, Euresco conferences on Interactional
Linguistics, and the Colloquium of the British Association of Academic Phoneticians.
- the phonetics of conversational interaction
- child phonology
- social variability in phonetics and phonology
- laboratory phonology
- forensic phonetics
- declarative phonology
- Firthian Prosodic Analysis
We have working links with colleagues at Newcastle, Cambridge, Boulder
Colorado, Michigan, QMUC Edinburgh, Helsinki, and Sheffield, among others.
Staff: Paul Foulkes, John Local, Richard Ogden, Ros Temple
Researchers: Paul Carter, Traci Curl
Research Students: Leendert Plug, Gareth Walker, Melissa Wright
Here's a photo of some of us taken at the BAAP Colloquium in Newcastle,
Left to right:
John Local, Leendert Plug, Gareth Walker, Richard Ogden, Traci Curl
(back), Melissa Wright (front), Ros Temple.