The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T +44 (0)1227 764000
Professor Amalia Arvaniti
Professor of Linguistics
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Office: Rutherford W4.S8
Office hours: On leave until 18th December 2015
Professor Arvaniti received her PhD from the Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge (1991) and has since held research and teaching appointments at the University of California, San Diego, the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, the University of Edinburgh, King's College London and the University of Cyprus. Professor Arvaniti is one of the pioneers of Laboratory Phonology, which uses experimental research methods to test linguistic models of sound structure. Her research on prosody, which has been widely published and cited, has yielded crucial insights into the production, perception and linguistic structure of intonation and has challenged traditional views on the nature of speech rhythm and rhythmic typology. A large part of her research has contributed to our knowledge on Greek phonetics and phonology and to aspects of Greek dialectology and sociolinguistic variation. Professor Arvaniti's research has been supported by grants from various sources, including the UK's Economic and Social Research Council, and the European Science Foundation. She has recently been awarded a grant by the Academy of Korean Studies to study Korean rhythm (with Hae-Sung Jeon) and acts as consultant on an NSF grant testing different models of intonation. For more information you can visit Amalia's personal site.back to top
A list of my publications with downloadable pdfs can be found on my personal website.
Also view these in the Kent Academic Repository
Taught MA in Linguistics
- Ishrat Rehman, "Investigating and Defining Urdu Phonology and its Role and Use in L2 Perception" (PhD project).
- Sumio Kobayashi, (PhD project)