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Holman Tse

PhD Candidate
Teaching Fellow (2016-2017)

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Upcoming Talk at LSA 2017: Heritage Language Maintenance and Phonological Maintenance in Toronto Cantonese Monophthongs – But They Still Have an Accent!, Sunday, January 8, 2017, Austin, TX.


My CV (PDF) - Last Updated: September 28, 2016


PhD (in progress, expected Spring 2017), University of Pittsburgh (Linguistics)
MA, University of Chicago (Linguistics)
BA, University of California - Santa Cruz (Anthropology with highest honors, minor in Linguistics, Phi Beta Kappa)

Certificate in TESL, University of California - Berkeley (Extension)

Research Interests

General Areas: Sociolinguistics, Contact Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Phonetics / Phonology
Specific Areas: sound change and bilingualism/multilingualism, heritage language phonetics/phonology, vowel variation and change, phonetics-phonology interface, Cantonese linguistics, Northeastern Bantu Languages

Contact Information

Holman Tse
University of Pittsburgh
Department of Linguistics
2816 Cathedral of Learning
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Email (hbt3 AT pitt DOT edu)

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