Noah Elkins

Linguist


I'm a 4th year Ph.D. student and teaching fellow in Linguistics at UCLA. Welcome to my website!

I am a phonologist who's primarily interested in its interfaces with phonetics and morphosyntax. Currently, my work focuses on clause structure and prosodic phrasing in Mam, a Mamean-branch Mayan language spoken in Guatemala (Todos Santos dialect).


Recent News

  • I have been nominated for the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award!

  • An acoustic-phonetic study of Mam vowel length and glottalization in collaboration with Jennifer Kuo will be presented at ASA128 in Denver this May

  • I will be presenting my talk "Some empirical challenges to the PStem" at the 29th Manchester Phonology Meeting on May 25th