Department of Linguistics

Ming Xiang

Assistant Professor
Department of Linguistics

1010 E 59th St
Classics 308
Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 702-8023

Professor Xiang's research is geared towards better understanding the processing and neural mechanisms that support the rapid, real-time construction of sophisticated linguistic representations.  I primarily work on sentence processing, including syntax, semantics and discourse comprehension. For more information, visit her page the university's Department of Linguistics.


Alan C. L. Yu

Professor
Department of Linguistics

1115 E. 58th Street
Rosenwald 205F
Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 702-8522

Alan C. L. Yu is Professor of Linguistics. He is also the director of the Phonology Laboratory and the principal investigator of the Washo Documentation Project. His research and teaching interests include theoretical and experimental phonology, the interface between phonology and morphology, as well as issues concerning language variation and change, particularly in relation to the inception of sound change and its phonologization. His language areas of focus are North America and Asia. For more information, please visit his page on the Department of Linguistics website.