Taylor Lampton Miller
I am a Visiting Assistant Professor in Linguistics at SUNY Oswego! I graduated with my PhD in Linguistics from the University of Delaware in May 2018.
My research interests include phonology, the phonology-syntax interface, and the phonological structure of polysynthetic languages.
- I am an invited speaker at the upcoming 24th Workshop on the Structure and Constituency of the Languages of the Americas (WSCLA), which will take place May 9-11 in College Park, MD. My talk is entitled "(Un)intentional Bias in Linguistic Theories: Challenging Contemporary Approaches to the Phonology-Syntax Interface".
- I will be presenting a paper entitled "Teaching Phonology through Comedy" with Dr. Jean Ann as part of Teaching phonology: the state of the art, a Fringe Workshop of the 27th of the Manchester Phonology Meeting on May 22, 2019.
- I am an invited speaker at the upcoming Annual Meeting of Phonology which will take place October 11-13 at Stony Brook University. Title and short abstract coming soon!
- I will be presenting a paper entitled "Connecting the Generations: Building a Kiowa Online Dictionary" with Dr. Amber Neely at the upcoming International Year of Indigenous Languages: Perspectives Conference, which will take place October 30-November 2, 2019.
office: 230 Marano Campus Center
Spring 2019 Office Hours: TTh 10am-12pm; by appointment