Brief CV

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MA Phonetics (UCL), Cand.Mag. English Studies (Copenhagen), PhD (Cantab) – for my full CV, see this page.

Peer-reviewed publications

Summary of teaching experience

  • Spring 2017: English and Globalisation, 3rd year BA minor course, University of Aarhus.
  • Autumn 2016: Experimental Sociophonetics, MA course, University of Aarhus.
  • Autumn 2016: English phonetics and phonology, 1st year BA course, University of Aarhus.
  • 2014–2016: Phonetics, 2nd/3rd year undergraduate course + lecture,  University of Cambridge.
  • October 2014 and 2015: Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology for MML 2. 1st year undergraduate lecture, University of Cambridge.
  • 2013–2014: Sounds and Words, 1st year undergraduate course, University of Cambridge.
  • 2013–2014: Language, Brain and Society, 1st year undergraduate course, University of Cambridge.
  • Spring 2012: English Grammar and Communication. Sessional teaching assistant, 2nd year BA course, University of Copenhagen
  • Spring 2009: English Phonetics. Sessional teaching assistant, 1st year BA course, University of Copenhagen.

Conference presentations

  • (January 2018) Politics and Place in Northern Ireland. Language, Place and Periphery, University of Copenhagen.
  • June 2017: Is uptalk coming to Northern Ireland? Acoustical Society of America conference, University of Boston.
  • June 2017: Language-dependent and language-independent perception of prominence, Phonetics and Phonology in Europe, University of Cologne. Co-authored.
  • June 2017: Audience effects on the phonetic realisation of uptalk, ICLaVE 9, University of Malaga. 
  • June 2016: Uptalk and ethnicity in Sydney Aboriginal English, Sociolinguistics Symposium 22, University of Murcia
  • May-June 2016: A first look at declarative rises as markers of ethnicity in Sydney. Speech Prosody, University of Boston.
  • May-June 2016: Towards a typology of prominence perception: the role of duration. Speech prosody, University of Boston. Co-authored.
  • March–April 2016: The role of duration in the perception of prominence in typologically different and related languages, British Association of Academic Phoneticians Colloquium, University of Lancaster. Co-authored.
  • November 2015: High rising terminals as markers of ethnicity in Sydney, Cambridge Language Sciences Symposium, University of Cambridge.
  • September 2015: “That’s us mob?”: high rising terminals in Aboriginal and Standard Australian English, UK Language, Variation and Change 10, University of York
  • August 2015: Intonational rises and interaction structure in Sydney Aboriginal English, ICPhS 18, University of Glasgow
  • April 2015: High rise terminals and discourse structure in Sydney Aboriginal English, The Phonology of Contemporary English, University of Toulouse
  • July 2014: Voice quality as a sociophonetic variable in Sydney Aboriginal English, Sociolinguistics Summer School 5, University College Dublin.
  • April 2014: The Effect of Speaker Roles and Speech Style on the Use of HRTs in Aboriginal English, poster presentation, British Association of Academic Phoneticians Colloquium, University of Oxford. Awarded the Eugénie Henderson prize.
  • November 2013: The Sociophonetic Function of High Rise Terminals in Aboriginal English, poster presentation, UCL Graduate Conference in Linguistics, University College London.
  • October 2013: Performing Aboriginal English on a Sydney Radio Station, Australian Linguistics Society Conference, University of Melbourne.