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                Gabriella Hermon

 

Current courses,  Fall 2012

Ling 609: Syntax 1
Ling 677: The Structure of English

Contacting me

Mail

Email

Phone

Fax

Linguistics and Cognitive Science

125 E. Main Street
University of Delaware
Newark DE 19716

gaby_at   udel.edu

(302) 831-1642

(302) 831-6896



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 


2006-

Professor, Linguistics and Cognitive Science

1992-2005

Associate Professor of Linguistics; Associate Professor of Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

1999-present

Visiting Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany.

1995-2002

Coordinator of the MA program in ESL, School of Education, University of Delaware

2000

Visiting Scientist, Utrecht University, OTS, Utrecht, Netherlands

1992-1993

Visiting Fellow, Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

 

Additional Affiliation

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Department of Linguistics   
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig, Germany


Education

Research Interests

Current Research Projects

My major interest in syntax these days is the description of the voice systems found in various Malay dialects spoken in Indonesia. I am investigating the micro parameters involved in describing the variations across dialects.

In the field of language acquisition, I  have been working on projects related to the acquisition of passives in Indonesian  and  head final 
relative clauses in Chinese and Turkish.


Some Recent Publications: see my CV



Courses I have recently taught:

Syntax 2 (Spring 2012),  Syntax 1 (Fall 2012)
Linguistic Typology (Spring 2010)
Austronesian Syntax (University of Venice, Ca Foscari  2008)

Ling 101 (Introduction to Linguistics)
Ling 832: The Acquisition of Syntax
Structure of English
Second Language Acquisition


 



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Last Updated:  April, 2013
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