About Natasha Warner
ANLI Program Coordinator, Linguistics
I am a professor in the Department of Linguistics, and also have appointments in the Cognitive Science Program and the Department of East Asian Studies. My research is in the areas of phonetics, experimental phonology, and psycholinguistics, focusing on speech perception. I direct the Douglass Phonetics Lab. I also work on language revitalization for the dormant Native American language Mutsun (Costanoan, formerly spoken in coastal California). My language interests are Japanese, Dutch, and Mutsun.
Natasha Warner was featured in an article on the UAnews website today, covering her efforts in helping to publish a Mutsun-English English-Mutsun dictionary. This is a result of many years of effort! Read the entire article here.
Phonetics, Experimental Phonology, Language Revitalization
UC Berkeley, 1998
LING 195B LANGUAGE & LIFE
LING 415/515 PHONOLOGICAL PHONETICS
LING 478/578 SPEECH TECHNOLOGY
LING 514 FOUNDATIONS OF PHONOLLOGICAL THRY II
LING 495A/595A COLLOQIUM
LING 507 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
LING 689 PROFESSIONALISM
LING 696B TPCS IN PHONOGY & PHONETICS
ANTHRO/LING 580 HISTORICAL COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS