About Skye Anderson
Skye Anderson is PhD student in Linguistics. She works on speech processing, focusing on the extent to which abstract representations like syllable structure interact with concrete acoustic representations during online speech segmentation and spoken word recognition. She also works on the morphophonology of Moroccan Arabic.
2nd year PhD students Skye Anderson and Ryan Walter Smith presented their co-authored talk "An Analysis of Plural Reduplication in Tohono O'odham in Harmonic Serialism" at the 34th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL), held this year... read more
Five talks were presented by U of A linguists at the Workshop on Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas in Montreal, Quebec, at UQAM. Here's all the U of A linguists representing our department after our arrival in the Montreal... read more
Morphophonology, nonconcatenative morphology, computational phonology, stress and prosody, rhythm, speech perception, language acquisition, and Semitic languages.
MA Linguistics, University of Arizona, 2016
BS Linguistics, Tulane University, 2014
LING 150A1, Winter 2015-2016, Winter 2016-2017
LING 123, Summer I 2016