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shuhao.shih@rutgers.edu
Linguistics Department, 18 Seminary Place, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

About me [CV]
I am a fourth year graduate student at the Rutgers Linguistics Department
My research interests lie in phonology, phonetics, and their interfaces. 
 
How to pronounce my name?
[ʂuHH-hauMH ʂɹ̩MH]

Dissertation
My dissertation investigates the phonology and phonetics of sonority-driven stress.
Crucially, it will have the following parts:
a. Evaluate empirical evidence from experiments/fieldwork that I have conducted
b. Conduct an extensive typological survey
c. Propose a theory for sonority-driven stress

Dissertation Committee: Paul de Lacy (chair), Akinbiyi Akinlabi, Adam Jardine, Matt Gordon (external) 

Recent
Shih, Shu-hao (2017). On the interaction between phrase-final lengthening and prosodic structure
The 53rd Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 53), University of Chicago, Illinois. 

Last updated: April 25, 2017